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Delayed by a year, Legion delegates finally met in a virtual convention hall and found strength in unity August 13-15, 883 accredited delegates assembled online for

Offering support in cottage country

Bala Branch, a small Legion branch in the heart of the Muskoka district, has been reinventing itself for the new realities of COVID-19. The branch

Find-Share-Discuss: November/December 2015

James H. Robertson of Victoria sent us photos of his grandfather, George Henry Cecil Robertson, who served in France with the 6th Field Company, 2nd

Find-Share-Discuss: September/October 2015

James E. Russell of Scarborough, Ont., sent us this photo of his maternal grandfather, Clifford Kemsley, on his return from the First World War to his family home in Toronto’s west end, possibly in 1917.

Find-Share-Discuss: July/August 2015

John (Jack) Weakford Smith was killed in action in the Battle of Normandy   We thank Laraine Maltby Smith for sharing these photos and encourage

Find-Share-Discuss: May/June 2015

A personal look at the Liberation of the Netherlands
Ann Meunier of St. Albert, Alta., sends a number of photos that her late father Albert Thomas Collins kept in a small box following his return from the Second World War. Collins was in the 3rd Canadian Army Infantry and participated in the liberation of the Netherlands in 1945.

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