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Pilot project introduces new transition program

The Canadian Armed Forces has begun a program that will help its members make an easier transition to their life after service. The goal of the new Canadian Armed Forces Transition Group is to ensure that members leaving the service and their families receive the full range of support, compensation and benefits available. The...
  • Veteran’s service cards to be reintroduced

    November 18, 2018 by Legion Magazine
    The CAF is reintroducing cards, known as the NDI 75, as a veteran’s service card intended to acknowledge the service of members and to encourage an enduring affiliation with the CAF. The Legion has not yet received all of the details so the purpose of...
  • O Canada: The Best of Everything – On newsstands now!

    November 16, 2018 by Legion Magazine
    It’s like nothing you’ve ever seen before! O Canada: The Best of Everything is packed with stories and pictures of Canadian people, places, wildlife, cities, culture, feats and innovations. With a hilarious intro by iconic Canadian comedian Ron James, this collector’s edition brings you great inventions, gorgeous landscapes,...
  • Embracing a modern-day Legion

    November 15, 2018 by Eric Harris
    Delegates meet up in Manitoba and make plans for the future   In late August, 928 accredited delegates from across the country assembled in Winnipeg for The Royal Canadian Legion’s 47th Dominion Convention, determined to plan a course for the future focused on expanding membership,...
  • At the helm

    November 15, 2018 by Legion Magazine
    DOMINION PRESIDENT Thomas Irvine, 63, served for 23 years with the Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) of Canada, including active duty in Egypt with the United Nations Emergency Force. He has spent 30 years serving the Legion and is currently a life member of Hemmingford,...
  • To all who lived through the war years, and more particularly to those who saw active service—today has been a day of sacred memories, different perhaps in detail to each one of us, but yet all based on similar experiences and similar emotions. With the...
  • Armistice Centenary: Last to fall (Pt.3 of 4)

    November 8, 2018 by John Boileau
    5:12 a.m., Nov. 11, 1918  After three days of negotiations, Allied and German representatives meet in a railway carriage parked in a forest clearing northeast of Paris and sign an agreement to end four years of fighting. Germany wants the ceasefire to come into effect...
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