Lisa LaFlamme Hosts CTV News Special, REMEMBRANCE DAY 2012, Sunday, Nov. 11 on CTV and CTV News Channel
OnÂ Sunday, Nov. 11 at 10:30 a.m. ET/7:30 a.m. PT, CTV News pays tribute to the service of the men and women of Canadaâ€™s military with expansive national Remembrance Day coverage inREMEMBRANCE DAY 2012. Hosted by Chief Anchor and Senior Editor Lisa LaFlamme, the CTV News team deploys to memorial sites across the nation to commemorate Canadaâ€™s heroic veterans in the commercial-free, live, 90-minute broadcast. The special also underlines the incredible stories of selflessness and heroism of Canadaâ€™s veterans.
REMEMBRANCE DAY 2012Â features live hits from CTV News Ottawa Bureau Chief Robert Fife from Remembrance Day services at the National War Memorial in Ottawa. CTV News Channelâ€™s Mercedes Stephenson will be reporting live from the ceremony at the National War Memorial in Ottawa. Todd Battis, CTV Newsâ€™ Atlantic Bureau Chief, will be live at the Remembrance Day ceremony in Halifax, a city rich in military history.
Throughout the special, LaFlamme is joined by a panel of expert guests providing analysis, commentary and historical context of Remembrance Day in Canada, including CTV Newsâ€™ Chief Political Correspondent, Craig Oliver; former Chief of Defence Staff of the Canadian Forces, General (Ret.) Rick Hillier; and award-winning historian and author, Charlotte Gray.
Additional Remembrance Day coverage includes:
CTVNews.ca presents live streaming of CTV News specialÂ REMEMBRANCE DAY 2012, as well as extensive coverage in photo galleries, videos, and articles.
Hosted by Ann Rohmer and Stephen LeDrew, CP24 marks Torontoâ€™s Remembrance Day with live special extensive live coverage beginning atÂ 10 a.m. from the main Toronto Remembrance Day Ceremony at Old City Hall. Gurdeep Ahluwalia and Pooja Handa will be live on site at Old City Hall, with Jackie Crandles providing additional live coverage from Queenâ€™s Park at the Ontario Veterans Memorial.
Live streaming CP24â€™s Toronto Remembrance Day coverage, CP24.com will also include a photo gallery tribute to Canadaâ€™s fallen soldiers.