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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

Biscuits in Bed

Many Canadian soldiers arriving in Britain at the start of the Second World War found themselves billeted at Aldershot, which had been a training ground

85th New Brunswick Convention

Dedication and determination in New Brunswick Delegates met for the 85th New Brunswick Command convention at the Beaverbrook Kin Centre in Miramichi, N.B., on Sept.

55th Nova Scotia/Nunavut Convention

Continuing to stand strong The pandemic has changed the way they do things, but members of The Royal Canadian Legion’s Nova Scotia/Nunavut Command have continued

Afghan vets honoured with art exhibits

Canadian and other coalition troops wounded during the war in Afghanistan are front and centre in two exhibitions currently showing in France and Canada.   

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