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Day: March 11, 2022

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Perseverance through uncertainty

Royal Canadian Legion members weathered another year of uncertainty with resilience, dedication and focus. Yet the thousands of people who help the Legion fulfil its mission were not deterred in 2021.  Legion service officers demonstrated their commitment to ensure care for veterans. The National Headquarters supported Dominion Command, provincial commands and branches which, in turn, continued serving communities despite reduced hours and varying closures.  The Legion welcomed 25,000 new members and produced new innovations to help carry it through the National Poppy Campaign. Its public relations and advocacy efforts resulted in widespread coverage and interest and helped celebrate the 100th anniversary of the poppy. It managed a virtual convention, a restricted National Remembrance Da...

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