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Blood in the mud

It is not easy to connect with the experiences of Canadian soldiers in the First World War. Now, one hundred years in our past, it has slipped beyond living memory. But we think we have found a way to bring you back, to connect with the epic story of the Somme. And we want you...
  • Kent Hehr

    Expectations high for new minister

    February 1, 2016 by Sharon Adams
    Minister of Veterans Affairs Kent Hehr faces a steep challenge over the next few months living up to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s campaign promises to veterans. And veterans’ advocates will be watching every step along the way. “I think there are good intentions,” said retired captain...
  • Dom Conv

    St.John’s to host dominion convention

    February 1, 2016 by Legion Magazine
    Royal Canadian Legion delegates from commands, sections and branches are invited to assemble their delegates in St. John’s, N.L., for the 46th dominion convention on June 11-15. “I’m told it will be one of the largest conventions ever held in St. John’s,” said Local Arrangements...
  • Our Back Pages 1926-1938: The early years

    January 4, 2016 by Legion Magazine
    First in a six-part series looking back at 90 years of The Legionary and Legion Magazine   The Legion—An Established Fact,” reads the headline in the first issue of The Legionary, published May 15, 1926. It is a front-page editorial, proudly proclaiming that the Legion was...
  • Peace on Earth | Merry Christmas

    December 21, 2015 by Legion Magazine
    Legion Magazine presents a special Christmas tribute video to our soldiers and military history. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from all of us at Legion...
  • SommeCovers4

    Help choose our next special issue cover

    December 10, 2015 by Legion Magazine
    The next special issue from Legion Magazine examines the role of the Newfoundland Regiment and the Canadian Expeditionary Force in the monumental First World War battle that took place a century ago on both sides of the Somme River in France, from July 1 to Nov. 18,...
  • Gre 1
    Cadets injured in a grenade accident at a 1974 cadet summer camp at Canadian Forces Base Valcartier, Que., were treated callously during the investigation and unfairly afterwards, says a scathing report by the military ombudsman. Six cadets were killed when a cadet pulled the pin...
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