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Branches to lower flags to half-mast for 215 hours

A message from Dominion Command.


Message from the Dominion President 

Dominion Convention – Important Update

An important announcement from Dominion Command.


See how your Legion is making an impact

An item from Dominion Command.


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Your support helps communities thrive
Through the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Canada’s Veterans are in more need than ever before. We thank you for your support, which allows us to continue to provide essential services to Veterans in need during these times.
“The Legion helped pull me out of my
                            darkest symptoms, made me feel part of the
                            organization and family again.” – Brandon
                            Gorham, Veteran and Legion member
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Bring a friend to the Legion and you can win!
There’s still time to enter. Recruit a friend or family member to join the Legion here before April 30 using promo code REFER and you will both* be entered to win a $500 Canada Post Visa gift card.
Every member helps the Legion make a difference for Canada’s Veterans.
* Referring member must be in good standing as of January 31, 2021. See full Terms and Conditions.
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The Legion Scholarship has been awarded
On January 27, Dominion President Thomas D. Irvine announced this year’s Veteran Health Research scholarship recipient. Dr. Abdelhakim Khellaf of the University of Toronto has received $30,000 to continue his work studying traumatic brain injury (TBI) in Veterans.
Through the Canadian Institute for Military and Veteran Health Research, the Legion rewards this scholarship each year to a student specializing in the critical care and support of Canada’s Veterans.
Congratulations, Dr. Khellaf!
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Members of the Shediac Legion build a Veteran apartment complex
When members dream big, great things can happen.
Canadian Veteran and Legion member Leo Doiron and members of the Shediac Legion in New Brunswick came together to fundraise and build an eight-unit apartment building in their town to home Veterans and their families.
Read the inspiring story  ‣
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Legion responds to Office of the Veterans Ombudsman report
On January 19, the Legion Dominion President released the following statement in support of the Veterans Ombudsman’s report:
“The Royal Canadian Legion supports all recommendations released in the Office of the Veterans Ombudsman’s report. Of particular note, we ask Veterans Affairs Canada to push for legislative and financial changes to ensure that family members including former spouses, survivors and dependent children, can access federally funded mental health care when their illness is related to the conditions of a Veteran’s service. This should happen whether or not the Veteran is in treatment. We believe mental health care must extend to family members in their own right who provide a crucial support system for our Veterans.”
–Thomas D. Irvine, CD, Dominion President, The Royal Canadian Legion
Read the full report  ‣
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MemberPerks® saved Legion members almost $150,000 last year alone. Sign up today to see what you can save – it’s free with your membership.
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Digital Poppy Campaign – 2020

If you happen to live in an area that does not have an active branch of the Royal Canadian Legion, this might be an option for you to obtain a poppy.


Dear Poppy Campaign Supporter:

Last year you kindly and generously donated to the Legion’s National Poppy Campaign through the Digital Poppy initiative at www.mypoppy.ca.  

We’re asking if you could please participate as a donor again this year. All funds raised from donations through the Digital Poppy are dedicated to needed programs and services for our Veterans and their families.  

Please visit www.mypoppy.ca to personalize, dedicate and share your 2020 Digital Poppy. 

Thank you for your continued support. 

Sincerely, 

David Flannigan

David Flannigan, Chair, Legion National Foundation

The Digital Poppy as part of the National Poppy Campaign is generously supported by our corporate partner, HomeEquity Bank.   

The National Remembrance Day Ceremony – Facebook Live

The 2020 National Remembrance Day Ceremony in Ottawa looks a little different this year. For the first time, spectators are discouraged from attending the service and encouraged to watch from home. Tune in to pay your respects on Facebook Live beginning at 7:45 am PST/10:45 am EST.

The two minutes of silence will be held at 8:00 am PST/11:00 am EST.

We Will Remember Them.

2020 National Remembrance Day Ceremony Overview: https://www.legion.ca/remembrance/remembrance-day/the-national-ceremony

la Cérémonie nationale du jour du Souvenir à Ottawa est un peu différente cette année. Pour la première fois, les spectateurs sont découragés d’assister au service et encouragés à regarder de chez eux. Connectez-vous pour présenter vos respects sur Facebook en direct à partir de 7 h 45 HNO/10 h 45 HNE.

Les deux minutes de silence auront lieu à 8 h 00 HNO/11 h 00 HNE.

Nous nous souviendrons d’eux.Cérémonie nationale du Souvenir 2020 – Un aperçu : https://www.legion.ca/fr/souvenir/jour-du-souvenir/participation-a-la-ceremonie-nationale

Join / Rejoindre : https://www.facebook.com/events/382710382890676/