Still plenty of work for Veterans Ombudsman

As outgoing Veterans Ombudsman Guy Parent prepares to hand the torch to a successor, his 2018 report on government action shows while much has been accomplished, much remains to do. The federal government has acted on nearly three-quarters of the recommendations made by the ombudsman since the office was created a decade ago. But...
  • Legion National Foundation established

    May 3, 2018 by Legion Magazine
    The Legion has established the Legion National Foundation, a charity that will show support for veterans and educate the public on remembrance. The foundation will operate at arm’s length from the Legion. Its purpose is to remember, honour and assist those who have served or...
  • May/June 2018 issue is now available!

    May 1, 2018 by Legion Magazine
    The May/June 2018 issue of Legion Magazine is out today! Look for it on newsstands or check your mailbox if you subscribe already. BATTLEFIELD DOCTOR My great-great-grandfather was a surgeon who treated soldiers in the Battle of Ridgeway in 1866 ABUSED PRISONERS AND GREAT ESCAPEES...
  • Future of Equitas lawsuit uncertain

    April 5, 2018 by Legion Magazine
    The veterans behind the Equitas lawsuit vow to continue their fight, despite rejection of their claim by the British Columbia Court of Appeal. “At this time we are still working with our legal team to work out our merits on an appeal” to the Supreme...
  • Planning for change | 2017: The year in review

    March 22, 2018 by Nujma Bond
    From supporting the Invictus Games to advocating for research into a controversial drug prescribed to soldiers, 2017 at The Royal Canadian Legion Dominion Command was full of activity. As the country’s largest veterans’ support organization, the Legion promoted remembrance, provided programs to help veterans receive...
  • Choose the next cover of Canada’s Ultimate Story!

    March 14, 2018 by Legion Magazine
    Choose the cover of the next issue of Canada’s Ultimate Story! Available by subscription and on newsstands across Canada in May 2018!...
  • Deadline nears for cadets injured in 1974 blast

    March 9, 2018 by Sharon Adams
    Eight former army cadets involved in a grenade accident 44 years ago have not yet come forward to apply for financial compensation and health-care support under the 1974 Valcartier Grenade Incident Program. “We want to locate them as soon as possible, because the offer of...
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