Save now through Canada Day Weekend! | Économisez maintenant pendant la fin de semaine de la fête du Canada!

Members are encouraged to participate in this fundraising and fitness activity on behalf of the Canadian Army and these other veterans organizations.  Our President has already registered.


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Happy Canada Day! 

Joyeuse fête du Canada !

Until Monday, July 4, use the code OCANADA5 to save $5 on any in-person or virtual registration!
In-Person – Sunday Sept 18:
5K
10K
5K + 10K Challenge

Virtual:
5K
10K
Half Marathon
5K + 10K Challenge
5K + Half Marathon Commander’s Challenge

New registrations only. Offer in effect until midnight, July 4 EST. Offer cannot be used in combination with any other offer. Offer cannot be applied to existing registrations.


Vous avez jusqu’au lundi 4 juillet pour utiliser le code OCANADA5 pour économiser 5 $ sur toute inscription en personne ou virtuelle!

En personne – Le dimanche 18 septembre :
5 km
10 km
Défi du 5 km + 10 km

Virtuel :
5 km
10 km
Demi-marathon
Défi du 5 km + 10 km
5 km + demi-marathon Défi du commandant

Pour les nouvelles inscriptions uniquement. L’offre est en vigueur jusqu’au 4 juillet à minuit (HNE). Cette offre ne peut être combinée avec aucune autre offre. Cette offre ne s’applique pas aux inscriptions existantes.

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Government MPs vote down attempt to create Victoria Cross review board

An item from the Legion Magazine.


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Front Lines
Small blessings: Military marks Indigenous Peoples Day in Ottawa

Valour in the Presence of the Enemy

Government MPs vote down attempt to create Victoria Cross review board

STORY BY STEPHEN J. THORNE

Government MPs have voted down the proposed creation of a board to review historical combat actions, including those of Private Jess Larochelle, with an eye to recommending Victoria Crosses where warranted.

Former Conservative leader Erin O’Toole drafted a detailed proposal after New Democrat MP Niki Ashton tabled a 14,129-name petition on May 19 urging the federal government to re-evaluate Larochelle’s decorated conduct in Afghanistan.

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An evening with Margaret MacMillan

A free virtual event hosted by the Bill Graham Centre and the Legion National Foundation, Margaret MacMillan will share about her books including War: How Conflict Shaped Us. This is a hybrid event with a 50-person live capacity and unlimited attendance online.

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Military Milestones
The unfortunate fate of convoy HX-49

 Imperial War Museum

A banner day for RCAF fighters

“The Huns were like bees. They seemed confused and acted as though they did not know what they were doing,” said Warrant Officer Murray Havers, one of a group of Royal Canadian Air Force pilots to shoot down 26 German planes between dawn and dusk over the Normandy front on June 28, 1944.

The story of “one of the most brilliant achievements in the history of the RCAF” was told in great detail in a Canadian Press report the following day.

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Save on insurance and win $1000 from our partner belairdirect There are 36x $1000 cash prizes! Enter at belairdirect.com/bonus. For a BONUS entry, call for a quote and mention you’re a RCL member. 1-833-294-2911 (BC, AB, ON, QC) or 1-866-473-9676 (NB, NS, PE). Good luck!

 

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Maple Leaf Route Webinar – The Royal Canadian Air Force in the Second World War

Note these items from a partner of Dominion Command may be of interest to some of our members.


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MIKE BECHTHOLD


PER ARDUA AD ASTRA: THE ROYAL CANADIAN AIR FORCE IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR

29 June @ 7:30 pm ET

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In a few short years, the Royal Canadian Air Force expanded from a small domestic force of 8 squadrons and 4,000 personnel to a globe-spanning air force with 80 operational squadrons and 250,000 personnel (including 17,000 women). The RCAF defended London, led the Normandy invasion, protected convoys in the North Atlantic, and took the fight to Hamburg and Berlin. RCAF pilots served in North Africa, Italy, Burma, and the Aleutians. And, the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan was one of Canada’s most important wartime activities. This talk will explore the RCAF’s many contributions to victory in the Second World War.
Upcoming Webinars
R. SCOTT SHEFFIELD

Fighting a White Man’s War: Canada’s First Nations Peoples and the Second World War

20 July @ 7:30 pm EDT

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MARIE EVE VAILLANCOURT


Dieppe 80 Years After: The Juno Beach Centre’s Exhibition From Dieppe to Juno


10 August @ 7:30 pm EDT

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STACEY BARKER


To Help Win the Fight: Canadian Servicewomen of the Second World War


31 August @ 7:30 pm EDT

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JEFF NOAKES

Canada and the Second World War at Sea

ANNA PEARSON, STEPHEN CONNOR, ROBERT CATSBERG

Ne-kah-ne-tah: The Liberation of Welberg, Memory, Meaning and Experience

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Thank you to all our supporters

An item from a fellow veterans organization that may be of interest to members.


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Dear Michael,

The intensity of preparations for the Memorial Day Flowers Foundation events at Arlington National Cemetery disappears the day after Memorial Day, but there is still much work for us to do.  First and foremost, to thank the record number of 2000 volunteers who signed up to honor those who have served our country.

The Foundation organized three events at Arlington National Cemetery this year.

On Saturday, May 28, the Foundation coordinated with ANC to have over 20,000 flowers available for visitors to place at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.

On Sunday flowers were provided to sponsors, donors, and volunteers to place at sections around the cemetery.

On Memorial Day Monday tables were set up at the Welcome Center for visitors to receive flowers for placement at headstones. Gold Star Families were given flowers as they entered on Memorial Avenue. Sponsors made enough flowers available for all of Section 60 and volunteers placed flowers at each of the over 14,000 headstones.

Behind-the-scenes

Thirty “Core Volunteers” worked tirelessly to prepare the flowers for the three days of events.  These perennial volunteers came from all over the country, including California, Florida, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and the DMV; internationally volunteers travelled from El Salvador, Colombia, and Ecuador.

In-kind support

The flower industry donated half of the 250,000 roses and summer flowers for Arlington National Cemetery.  Transportation for all the flowers was donated by Armellini Express Lines, Younger & Son, DV Flora, and Bergey’s Leasing Associates.

This year proved challenging.  Worldwide logistics are still plagued by the effects of the pandemic, and the conflict in Ukraine put even more pressure on flower cargo flights from Colombia and Ecuador.  At one point, flights were delayed for a week, and there we thought the 100,000 sponsored flowers from Latin America might not arrive in time at Arlington National Cemetery.

The flower industry from California, Miami, and New Jersey came to the rescue, pulled product from their inventories, and made more flowers available than we ever had before.

Sponsors and Supporters

Partner: CalFlowers

Platinum Sponsors: Peraton, DGCI, TD Bank

Gold Sponsors: Abe & Minna Bacarra, BallSB, Cisco Systems, Flowers of Colombia, Maggie & Tom Sheedy, Van Scoyoc

Silver Sponsors: Amcham Ecuador, Miller-Shah, Travis Spouses Club, Truist, Victory for Veterans

Bronze Sponsors: ATA LLC, Amazon, Arcfield, Ben & Amy Chew, Blue Star Mothers of America, Calvin Fouche, Carrie Kristensen, Cox Communication, Huron Consulting Group, John & Janet Galloway, Michael Black, Morphworks, Nancy Greco, Offutt Officers’ Spouses’ Club, Poppy Flowers, Robert & Ginny Weinstock, United Bank

In-Kind Sponsors

Platinum Sponsors: Armellini Logistics, Holland America Flowers, Jet Fresh Flowers, Passion Growers, Sole Farms, Younger & Son

Gold Sponsors: 7000 Logistics, Bill Doran Wholesale Florist Austin, Bill Doran Wholesale Florist Denver, Bouquet Collection, DV Flora, Mayesh Wholesale, The Elite Flower, The Queens Group

Silver Sponsors: Bergey’s Leasing Associates, Equiflor, Fresca Farms, Galleria Farms, Kennicott Brothers Grand Rapids, Mellano & Co, Natural Flowers, Rokay Floral, RosaPrima, Stellar Farms, USA Bouquet, Valleflor

Bronze Sponsors: Agrogana, Bioflor, Coexflor, Ecuatorian Flowers, Floraser, Florequisa, Ofelia Flowers, Star Roses

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