Students reflect on Canada’s sacrifices

In raw numbers alone, it has to be one of the largest, most enduring contest of the arts in Canada. For more than 50 years Canadians students have been entering posters, essays and poems in The Royal Canadian Legion’s annual poster and literary contests. This year there were more than 100,000 entries. The four...
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    A monument for the missing

    May 2, 2016 by Jason Duprau
    The Menin Gate in Ypres, Belgium— a memorial to 54,395 Commonwealth soldiers with no known grave—is the setting for a daily ritual of remembrance   It is 5:00 a.m. and the streets of Ypres, Belgium, are dark and quiet. I’m out early today, on my...
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    Our back pages: 1946-1960

    May 1, 2016 by Legion Magazine
    Resettlement and a larger magazine Third in a six-part series looking back at 90 years of  The Legionary and Legion Magazine After the Second World War, The Legionary became an important vehicle for communicating news of benefits available to returning veterans. Still, the Legion had problems putting...
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    The rarely mentioned war

    March 20, 2016 by Richard Gimblett
    How the Persian Gulf War changed the Canadian Armed Forces It doesn’t feel like a quarter-century has gone by since the Persian Gulf War of 1990-91. When I entered the Royal Military College as an officer cadet in 1975, it similarly had been 25 years since...
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    Focus on veterans

    March 7, 2016 by Sharon Adams
    Bomb aimer Charlie Walker and dozens of other veterans are the subject of one photographer’s labour of love Photography by Ludmila Schnaider     RCAF Flying Officer Charles W. Walker flew 34 missions with Britain’s Royal Air Force Bomber Command during the Second World War—28...
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    Ill-fated trench raiders

    March 1, 2016 by Frank Gogos
  • Our back pages: 1939-1945- The Second World War

    March 1, 2016 by Legion Magazine
    Second in a six-part series looking back at 90 years of The Legionary and Legion Magazine     The royal visit of George VI and Queen Elizabeth boosted spirits in 1939, but even then there were ominous tones. As The Legionary said in an editorial welcoming...
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