Sinclair Secondary School Partners with the Ontario Regimental Museum For Remembrance Week Activities

Posted On Friday November 06, 2020

In honour of Remembrance Day, Sinclair Secondary School Canadian World Studies Department has organized with the Ontario Regimental Museum to have two military vehicles on school property to give students an up close and personal glimpse of vehicles used in the Canadian Armed Forces.

The Ontario Regimental Museum has agreed to support Sinclair Secondary School's Remembrance Week activities by providing two historical light armored military vehicles from their collection. The event will allow students and staff to learn about these vehicles and the important roles they played in combat for Canada.

The Ontario Regimental Museum will set up in the north parking lot to allow students and staff to visit the vehicles while physical distancing outside in open air space. Four volunteers will be speaking from a distance with students in History, Civics and Law classes.

Date:                  Monday, November 9, 2020                 

Time:                  10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.                     

Location:            Sinclair Secondary School, 380 Taunton Rd. E., Whitby (north parking lot)

Audience:          Approximately 80students

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