Stratford News Remembrance Day Ceremony Set for Stratford Saturday SHARE ON: Gregory Rosser, contributor, Friday, Nov. 10th, 2017 Photo: Gregory Rosser It could be a cold and windy Remembrance Day in Stratford tomorrow. World War II veteran Art Boon was part of the initial invasion force in Normandy on D-Day, he says the weather was similar on that fateful day. //www.mystratfordnow.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/BOON-1.mp3 From the Royal Canadian Legion, Ken Albert says there’s a slight change to this year’s ceremony and march. //www.mystratfordnow.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/ALBERT-1.mp3 The march to the Cenotaph in downtown Stratford will begin at 10:00am on Saturday leaving the Armory located on Waterloo to Albert and crossing Ontario Street. The march will then head to Cobourg and onto Veterans Drive, following onto York Street and then ending at the Cenotaph. The City of Stratford says those streets will be closed from 10:00am until 10:30am and for the march back from 12:00pm until 12:30pm. Organizers say the forecast is calling for windy and cold conditions and to dress appropriately if you’re attending Saturday’s ceremony. Services are set to begin around 11:00am.