One third of veterans surveyed feel “poorly served” by Veterans Affairs Canada

NEWS RELEASE: Feb. 25, 2015 One third of veterans surveyed feel “poorly served” by Veterans Affairs Canada Legion Magazine has stepped in to fill a gap left by the federal department of Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC), which has discontinued its national survey measuring the satisfaction of military veterans with the services they receive from VAC....
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    Kites Pay Tribute To Fallen Soldiers

    February 1, 2015 by Ellen O'Connor
    It was a day of high-flying fun and remembrance in Ajax, Ont., as an array of brightly coloured kites soared through the sky over Rotary Park to pay tribute to veterans who served in...
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    Whitehorse Branch Keeps The Home Fires Burning

    January 18, 2015 by Tom MacGregor
    Keeping alive the spirit of the pioneers who first came to Yukon and settled is important to the members of Whitehorse Branch of The Royal Canadian Legion. That’s one of the reasons the branch has become involved in restoring the long neglected Pioneer...
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    Carrying On In Dawson City

    January 18, 2015 by Tom MacGregor
    News from the outside world wasn’t always easy to get in Dawson City in the 1910s. In the summer of 1914, little attention had been paid to the growing tensions in far-off Europe. On Aug. 5, Yukon Commissioner George Black and his wife Martha were...
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    Traditional Colours Restored To RCAF Uniforms

    January 13, 2015 by Ellen O'Connor
    The Canadian Armed Forces is pressing the rewind button again, this time for the Royal Canadian Air Force. Following the trend of returning to Canada’s Commonwealth roots, RCAF unveiled new uniforms that restore the traditional colours of their...
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    Students Get A Hands-On Look At History

    January 7, 2015 by Ellen O'Connor
    Heritage, along with 23 other Brookfield High School students in Ottawa, swapped out his history textbooks for artifacts from the Canadian War Museum’s First World War collection as part of the official launch of a free nationwide program called Supply Line....
  • Letter-Writing Campaign Launched By The Legion

    January 4, 2015 by Sharon Adams
    Frustrated by the federal government’s slow response to substantive changes recommended to the New Veterans Charter, The Royal Canadian Legion has launched a campaign asking its members and the public to write letters to the federal government urging action before tabling of the 2015 federal...
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