Choose our cover for the September/October issue of Legion Magazine!

Help choose the September/October issue of Legion Magazine! The next issue of Legion Magazine explores life after Japan’s formal surrender in September 1945 which brought an end to the Second World War. We also explore the 50th anniversary of the October Crisis and the introduction of tank warfare in the First World War. All...
  • Veterans streaming service launches mobile app

    July 6, 2020 by Stephen J. Thorne
    The Veterans Channel, a free global streaming service specializing in programming for military, ex-military and first responders, has announced a new mobile application offering a range of services to its followers. The Veterans Lifestyle App provides a mobile link to Veterans Channel programming as well...
  • Dominion convention and other events rescheduled

    July 6, 2020 by Legion Magazine
    Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 Dominion Convention has been rescheduled to Aug. 12-19, 2021, at the TCU Place convention centre in Saskatoon. All other arrangements will be the same as planned. The following convention will be in 2024 in order to resume dominion...
  • Some 6,800 veterans may receive compensation and increases in their long-term disability payments following a Federal Court ruling in favour of their class-action suit that argued monthly allowances should be included along with base salary in the military’s disability insurance plan benefit calculations. Former warrant...
  • – Click on above covers to enlarge – 2020 marks the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Britain, from July to October 1940. The next issue of Canada’s Ultimate Story explores the furious air defence of the British Isles that pitted Spitfires against Messerschmitts, and...
  • VAC opens office for women and LGBTQ2 veterans

    June 2, 2020 by Sharon Adams
    Minister of Veterans Affairs Lawrence MacAulay announced on March 3 that Veterans Affairs Canada has opened an Office of Women and LGBTQ2 Veterans. “Women and LGBTQ2 service members continue to represent Canada in uniform, as they have for more than a century,” said MacAulay. The...
  • Inuit bone collectors honoured

    May 22, 2020 by Tom MacGregor
    Parks Canada paid tribute to the previously untold story of how Inuit from Nunavut communities joined the home front war effort during the Second World War by collecting animal bones that could be used for munitions. Environment and Climate Change Minister Johnathan Wilkinson, the minister responsible...
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