National Holocaust Monument unveiled

Holocaust survivors, donors and members of the National Holocaust Monument Development Council gathered in Ottawa on Sept. 27 for the unveiling of the National Holocaust Monument. A torrential rainstorm moved the invitation-only ceremony indoors, across the street to the Canadian War Museum, where dignitaries including Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Minister of Canadian Heritage...
  • Gaps in long-term care noted by ombudsman

    January 4, 2018 by Sharon Adams
    Some elderly and disabled veterans are falling into a gap between support provided to help them remain in their homes as long as possible and entry into long-term care, says Veterans Ombudsman Guy Parent. The Veterans Independence Program (VIP), which helps pay for housekeeping and...
  • January/February 2018 issue is now available!

    January 2, 2018 by Legion Magazine
    The January/February 2018 issue of Legion Magazine is out today! Look for it on newsstands today or check your mailbox if you subscribe already! What’s inside? BORN ON THE FIRST OF JULY As many as 20,000 Canadians joined the United States military to fight in Vietnam. Are they our...
  • B.C. branches aid in wildfire relief

    November 30, 2017 by Stephanie Slegtenhorst
    Legion branches across British Columbia were out in full force to aid those affected by the wildfires that spread through the province this summer. In a letter to branches in July, Sandy Reiser, executive director of British Columbia/Yukon Command, sent out a call for help:...
  • Canadian veterans’ graves marked in California

    November 30, 2017 by Cameron Cathcart
    Strolling through the Inglewood Park Cemetery, east of Los Angeles, in 2003, Charles Brechin, then the president of California Branch of The Royal Canadian Legion in Vista, California, struck up a conversation with a cemetery groundskeeper. He was told that “about six” Canadian veterans were...
  • Community outreach and a rate increase

    November 30, 2017 by Eric Harris
    Unexpectedly clear blue skies greeted delegates at the 65th Newfoundland and Labrador Command Convention in Stephenville on Aug. 26-30. Proceedings got underway on a sunny Sunday afternoon with a parade from Blanche Brooke Park to the cenotaph. A remembrance ceremony followed, with wreaths placed by...
  • Winner of three major awards at the 2017 Canadian Online Publishing Awards! Last week at the 2017 Canadian Online Publishing Awards in Toronto, Canvet Publications Ltd. (publisher of Legion Magazine and Canada’s Ultimate Story) was named the 2017 Independent Publisher of the Year! The award...
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