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...
  • Remembrance Day at the National War Memorial

    November 10, 2017 by Legion Magazine
    Coverage ended. Watch the full stream above. Watch The Royal Canadian Legion’s Live Steam at the National War Memorial here and Tweet to us @Legion_Magazine Tweets by Legion_Magazine  ...
  • November/December 2017 issue now available!

    October 30, 2017 by Legion Magazine
    What’s inside?   THE HALIFAX EXPLOSION A collision between two ships in Halifax Harbour in 1917 sets off an explosion unrivalled until the atomic bomb THE WOUNDED These Canadian soldiers wounded in Afghanistan returned home to face the fight of their lives THE CINDERELLA CAMPAIGN...
  • In the fall of 1917, three years into the First World War, the front was a ruined and shattered battlefield of endless craters and mud that trapped both the living and the dead. The Canadian Corps was thrust into this menacing warscape to help Britain, France...
  • New Brunswick racks up victory in eight-ball

    October 2, 2017 by Tom MacGregor
    Eight-ball returned with enthusiasm to Dominion Command member sports programs, after a year’s hiatus, at the 2017 Eight-Ball Championships played at Sturgeon Falls, Ont., Branch, May 26-28. The sport, along with curling, had been suspended in 2016 while Dominion Command evaluated many of its programs...
  • Story and photography by Stephen J. Thorne Almost 650 athletes, nearly 100 coaches and hundreds of volunteers gathered under the Prairie sun at Brandon’s brand-new athletics facility Aug. 11-13 for the 41st Royal Canadian Legion National Track and Field Championships. It is the only meet...
  • Contest winner travels to Ottawa for Canada’s biggest party ever

    August 25, 2017 by Stephanie Slegtenhorst
    It was the biggest party of the year, and Barron McKay of Cache Creek, B.C., was the lucky winner of Legion Magazine’s contest to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday in the nation’s capital. Sponsored by Carlson Wagonlit Travel, the four-day visit included round-trip airfare and three-night...
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