Due to overwhelming community support, we sold out of spaces in 2021! Thank you to everyone who sponsored banners or showed interest. If you wish to be put on the waitlist for 2022, please contact our ACE Coordinator. We are completely blown away by the community's support and will be adding more spaces in 2022.  

Our community is a great place to grow, but it came at a cost. Countless men and women sacrificed in the name of peace, and it is through their sacrifice that we enjoy the freedoms we have today. Their service has not been, nor will be forgotten.

The Veterans Banner Program is not unique to Taber; it has been put forth in other communities across Canada (and the United States). This is one way the Town has chosen to recognize, honour, and remember all those who sacrificed so that we can live in peace, in partnership with our local Royal Canadian Legion Branch #20 (Taber).

We hope that by displaying the names and faces of our veterans that our community will be able to connect with the everyday people who made the extraordinary decision to serve their country.

We will remember them.

Banner Program Details

Please click below for answers to all your questions regarding our Veterans Banner Program. If you have any questions which are not answered below, please contact us for more information.

Application Form & Deadline
Cost of a Banner
Eligibility of Veterans
Photo Requirements
When will the banners be hung?
What does the banner look like?
Who can sponsor a banner?
Can I put the veteran's rank on the banner?

Frequently Asked Questions

I don't have a veteran in mind, but still want to participate. How do I do this?
Can I choose what lamp post my banner goes on?
The veteran I want to honour is still alive. May I still sponsor their banner?
Is this a fundraiser?
The veteran I want to honour was not from Taber. Can I still purchase a banner?
Someone already purchased the name of the veteran I wanted to honour. Can there be two banners with the same veteran?
What happens to the banners after November 15th?
Can I hang my banner up next year?
What happens if the banners are damaged?


The Town of Taber accepts no liability for the information provided as part of the Veterans Banner Project. The Town of Taber does not guarantee the quality, accuracy, or completeness of any information submitted by members of the public in regards to this project. Responsibility to provide accurate details regarding the veteran’s name, service, and other information lies solely with the submitter and/or sponsor and the Town of Taber accepts no liability or responsibility for inaccurate or false information.