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What is happening at
Branch 115,



56, Beach Road,
Hudson, Qc,
J0P 1H0


(450) 458-4882


April 28, 1945


06-Lakeshore West


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The executive committee of Branch 115
(Updated on January 7, 2021)

  • President: Comrade Rod Hodgson
  • 1st Vice-president: Comrade Michael Elliott
  • Secretary: Comrade Lise Bernier
  • Treasurer: Comrade Ted Poulin
  • Service Officer: Comrade Robin Pelletier
  • Poppy Chairman: Comrade John Dalgarno
  • Membership Chairman: Comrade Lise Bernier

The « Branch information form » must be completed and returned to Quebec Provincial Command as soon as possible after your elections.

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Upcoming activities at our Branch

Activités à venir à notre Filiale

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Place Vimy park bench

October 24, 2020 - The idea was conceived by Branch 1st. V.P. Mike Elliott and the design was made by Natalie Trainor of St. Lazare.

The project got really moving by Executive member Jay Oland then it was built by Keith Bonerak of Rigaud.

It is totally unique and was paid for by donations from the family of Lt. Harry E. Trenholme RCNVR, WW II.

(He was at D-Day on a landing craft and was awarded the Legion of Honour a few years ago).

The other donor was the D-Day Society & Friends who Remember.

This group of which Harry was a member, was formed in 1945 by those who had been at D-Day the year before.

Only Ian M. Walker who was with the British Army that day is left, he lives in Okotoks, AB.

We normally meet every year for a lunch at the Hudson Legion, but not this year, the first time in 75 years.

Sad as we normally get 85-90 ‘’Friends who Remember’’. Legionnaires and just friends.

New Vimy tree planted at Branch 115

Well the new Vimy Oak has arrived and we planted it on Thursday, June 18,2020.

A local area resident was kind enough to pick it up near Dundas, Ontario and deliver it to us free of charge.

The seven memorial plaques for the posts surrounding Place Vimy, that were advertised to be available, have now been sold and should be installed by the end of this coming week.

Work on the Place Vimy Park bench is coming along well and it should be here by mid-August if all goes well.

Thank you for supporting our cause!

A Lady that cares for our Veterans

December 23, 2019 - Each week a local resident, Gwen Periard, collects our empty wine, liquor and soft drink cans and takes them to Hawkesbury.

The money raised goes to purchase gifts for the Veterans at the Ste Anne’s Veterans Hospital at Christmas.

This year she has raised $930.00.

This is a wonderful volunteer achievement from a local lady who is not a Legion member but who cares for our Veterans.

Thank you, Gwen, on behalf of all the members of Legion Branch 115 in Hudson.

For the gifts, she coordinates this with Legion members Linda Eames & John Dalgarno.

Sadly, Gwen cannot continue in 2020 thus we will be looking for a volunteer to carry on her dedication and hard work.

Branch 115, Hudson very honored to have one of their own on the 2019 Veterans’ Week poster marking  the 75th anniversary of the Italian Campaign

27 July 2019 – Hamilton, Ontario – Veterans Affairs Canada - Today, the Honourable Lawrence MacAulay, Minister of Veterans Affairs and Associate Minister of National Defence, unveiled the official poster for Veterans’ Week to commemorate the Italian Campaign during the Second World War.

The poster features Lieutenant (retd) Maxine Llewelyn Bredt—a Nursing Sister in the Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps who helped treat the sick and wounded during the Italian Campaign. Ms. Bredt, in her former uniform, is superimposed on a photo showing soldiers of the Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry in the Sicilian town of Agira after capturing it in July 1943.

Comrade Bredt is a member of Branch 115, Hudson.

Are we proud of her and all of our other Veterans?
Lest we forget.

Comrade Rod Hodgson,
Legion Branch #115, Hudson

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'I wanted to be right in the action': Maxine Bredt, 99, is the face of Veterans' Week, CBC News, Posted: Aug 01, 2019

La Filiale 115, Hudson est très honorée d’avoir l’un des leurs sur l’affiche de la Semaine des anciens combattants 2019 marquant le 75e anniversaire de la campagne d’Italie.

Communiqué de presse, Le 27 juillet 2019– Hamilton (Ontario) – Anciens Combattants Canada - Aujourd’hui, l’honorable Lawrence MacAulay, ministre des Anciens Combattants et ministre associé de la Défense nationale, a dévoilé l’affiche officielle de la Semaine des vétérans 2019 commémorant la campagne d’Italie qui s’est déroulée pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale.

Sur l’affiche, on peut voir le lieutenant (à la retraite) Maxine Llewelyn Bredt, une infirmière militaire dans le Corps de santé royal canadien qui aidait à soigner les malades et les blessés pendant la campagne d’Italie. Une photo de Mme Bredt dans son ancien uniforme est superposée à une photo historique montrant des soldats du Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry dans la ville sicilienne d’Agira après sa capture en juillet 1943.

Camarade Bredt est membre de la Filiale 115, Hudson.

Sommes-nous fiers d'elle et de tous nos autres anciens combattants?
Nous nous souviendrons.

Camarade Rod Hodgson,
Légion, Filiale #115, Hudson

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WW II Veteran present the Legion Cadet Medal of Excellence

June 2019, WW II Veteran J. Norm St. Aubin representing Legion Branch 115 of Hudson Qc. presented the Legion Cadet Medal of Excellence to Air Cadet Sgt. Abby Campeau of 867 Air Cadet Squadron, Vaudreuil-Dorion.

Alongside Air Cadet Sgt. Abby Campeau is her mother Deborah Pharand.

Comrade St. Aubin is the last surviving "Pararescue" from WW II in Canada and is 97 years old.

"D-Day" luncheon at Branch 115

Thursday, June 6th 2019 - We were very pleased to have seven World War II Veterans present at the annual "D-Day" luncheon.
Two had been at "D-Day", Harry Trenholme & Peter B. Hughes.
They are all pictured here with five members of the current Canadian Armed Forces who were VERY proud to be there with these very special Veterans & local residents of Hudson.

Donation from Branch 115 to the Army and Navy Cadets

Thursday, June 6th 2019 - During the annual "D-Day luncheon a check was given to Captain Alexandre Grimard Latulippe of #3 Bourget Army Cadets in Rigaud by Poppy Fund Chairman, Comrade Eric Connor.

Another check was also given to Lieutenant(N) Anne-Marie Fournier representing the Navy League Cadets of Valleyfield.

These two cadet corps are regular attendees at our annual Remembrance Day ceremonies.

Canadian flags placed next to the gravestones at the Field of Honour in Pointe Claire

On Saturday, June 1st 2019, some 15,000 Canadian flags were placed at each of the grave markers at the Field of Honour in Pointe Claire.
A small number of our Branch #115 members were there to help.
Pictured here is Suzanne Beckman who was there with her son and sister to help out.
Thank you to all those who did attend.

Presentation of the Royal Canadian Legion Canadian Cadet Medal of Excellence and certificate.

On Wednesday, May 15th 2019, Branch President Rod Hodgson and Sgt. at Arms Robin Pelletier were invited to attend the annual review for the #3 Bourget Army Cadets in Rigaud.
They presented Master Corporal Maika Roy with the Royal Canadian Legion Canadian Cadet Medal of Excellence and certificate.

Donations from the "Poppy Fund" of Branch 115, Hudson

On Saturday, March 16thn2019 the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 115 Hudson, presented a check from the Poppy Campaign of $2,000.00 to the "Lakeshore Hospital Foundation" in Pointe Claire, Qc.
Accepting the check was Carole Ravenda, Development Manager. Presenting the check was comrade Eric Connor Past President and Poppy Fund President.

Comrade Eric Connor presenting a check for $2,000.00 from the Hudson "Poppy Campaign" to Erin Tabakman representing the "Hawkesbury General Hospital Foundation" in Hawkesbury, On.

Branch 115 well represented in the Hudson St. Patrick's Day Parade

On Saturday, March 16th 2019 - Royal Canadian Legion Branch 115 was well represented in the Hudson St. Patrick's Day Parade with a colour guard and a float with many of our junior curlers.
Thanks for all those who participated. The colour guard was made up from our very dedicated Hardy Rocks curlers.
There over 20,000 people in attendance, that is 4 times the population of Hudson!

Donations from Branch 115, Hudson

On Friday, March 15th Legion Branch 115 in Hudson, gave out $2000.00 to the "l'Hôpital du Suroît Foundation" in Valleyfield, Qc.

That same evening Eric Connor (Past President & Poppy Chairperson) presented a check for $2,000.00 to Milly Belliveau who was representing the Manoir Cavagnal in Hudson.

The Manoir Cavagnal is a seniors residence sponsored by five Legion Branches west of Montreal.

Branch 115, Hudson Poppy Fund Committee make two donations to the community.

On January 26th, 2019 during the Annual Robbie Burns dinner, Poppy Committee members of Branch 115 in Hudson made a donation of $2000.00 to the NOVA Hudson Adult Centre and a donation of $4000.00 to the Ste Annes Hospital Veterans Recreational Services.

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Annual Remembrance Day parade and ceremonies at Branch 115, Hudson.

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Hudson, November 11th 2018 - Legion Branch 115, Hudson held their annual Remembrance parade and ceremonies on November 11th this year.

Two new plaques were unveiled prior to the regular ceremonies. These two plaques honour 24 men from Vaudreuil-Soulanges Counties who were killed in World Wars I & II.

The Hudson cenotaph is the only one in all Vaudreuil-Soulanges. About 600 people took part in the ceremonies following the largest ever Remembrance Day parade lead by the Black Watch cadets, which included the 867 Air Cadet Squadron from Vaudreuil-Dorion and the #3 Army Cadets Corps, Bourget College from Rigaud.

Wreaths were laid by:

  • M.P. Peter Schiefke (Vaudreuil-Soulanges),
  • Local M.N.A.s Marie-Claude Nichols of Vaudreuil and Marilyne Picard of Soulanges,
  • As well as the Mayors of Hudson, Vaudreuil-Dorion, Rigaud & St. Lazare.

Many veterans were present including one RCNVR Veteran Harry Trenholme who had landed at D-Day, June 6th, 1944. He laid a wreath as well.

During the dinner on September 28th our dear Dorothy (aka Doris) Blaise was presented with a lovely bouquet of roses by Past President Eric Connor.
The reason was that Dorothy will be celebrating her 100th birthday in the next few days. The whole crowd gave her a rousing standing ovation and sang and clapped.
Her beautiful & large birthday cake was made by Liz Rozon and served to all those in attendance.
Dorothy was also in her regular spot playing her button accordion and her signature tune "ROLL OUT THE BARRELL" and accompanying Uncle Phil & Mack all evening.
The photos show two lovely ladies and longtime members of our Legion.
Doris Blaise and Maxine Bredt who also celebrated her 99th Birthday on September 21st. past
Congratulations to both of you and many more Happy Years to come!

Photo courtesy of James Parry

Monday Hardy Rock Golf at Como Club.

Bob Fournier relates a very successful Hardy Rock Summer Golf season:

Monday Hardy Rock Golf at Como Club

It all began 4 years ago thanks to Karl Boulé for introducing this competition. I took over from Karl in 2016 and we have had great time with fun competition.

The format consists of 3 competitions of 5 weeks each and members pay $20 for each competition. We form teams (usually 7 teams) and keep individual handicap. Each team has a Captain and teams are 5 to 6 players each. Every week the players play in a foursome and the results of each player are carried forward to his team. Points are awarded each week (7 for first, 1 for last) and top 3 teams after 5 weeks win money prizes.

The last day of the season usually late August, we have a 18 holes Vegas format with a lunch at the Como Club included. This works out very well as all level of players can participate. A steak lunch held at the Legion using the left over money is done in September combine with a Horseshoe Tournament for those interested.This has been successful, thanks to the support from all captains and participants. We plan to have it again next season, just lookout for the email invitation.

Presentation from Branch 115, Hudson to the Navy League of Valleyfield.

During the annual D-Day lunch, on June 6th, 2018, Hudson Legion Branch 115 President, comrade Eric Connor presented Lieutenant(N) Anne-Marie Fournier of the Navy League of Valleyfield with a cheque for $500.00.
The Navy League attended a couple of our Legion ceremonies last year and helped out on Saturday, June 2nd at the Field of Honour where they placed a Canadian flag at each gravesite.
Also attending the annual D-Day lunch, were comrade Harry Trenholme of the RCNVR & a D-Day Veteran and comrade Peter Hughes, 24th Lancers, British Army a D=Day +1 Veteran.

A Branch proud of its Cenotaph.

May 25th, 2018 -

The Cenotaph is in front of Branch 115 and is maintained by the Branch members which includes:
  • Cutting the grass,
  • Planting the tulips,
  • Weeding the garden and
  • Later planting the poppies.
Click on the picture on the left to see more of the great work done by the volunteers of that Branch.

We will remember them.

Une Filiale fière de son cénotaphe.

25 mai 2018 - Pour commémorer le 100e anniversaire de la bataille de la crête de Vimy, la Filiale 115 d'Hudson a redédié son cénotaphe et l'a renommé « Place Vimy ».

Le cénotaphe se trouve devant la Filiale 115 et est entretenu par les membres de cette Filiale, ce qui comprend:
  • Couper la pelouse,
  • Planter les tulipes,
  • Enlever les mauvaises herbes, et
  • Plus tard, la plantation des coquelicots.
Cliquez sur l'image à gauche pour voir l'excellent travail effectué par les bénévoles de cette Filiale.

Nous nous souviendrons d'eux.

Presentation of the Legion Cadet Medal of Excellence.

On May 16th, 2018, Hudson Branch 115 second vice-president comrade Rod Hodgson presented the Legion Cadet Medal of Excellence to MCpl. Emilie Narbonne of the #3 Army Cadet Corps of College Bourget in Rigaud, Qc.

The presentation took place during their second annual review.

Branch 115, Hudson present a check to the No.3 Army Cadet Corps (College Bourget) in Rigaud.

On May 16th, 2018 second vice-president comrade Rod Hodgson presented a check to the amount of $500.00 to the No.3 Army Cadet Corps (College Bourget) in Rigaud.

This was a donation from the Hudson Legion Branch. #115 Poppy Fund.

This Cadet Corps is now two years old and are very active and have taken part in some our Branch memorial services.

Dedicated members of Hudson Legion Branch 115 volunteer their times at the Vaudreuil/Soulanges Palliative Care Residence.

April, 2018 For the past four years members of the Hudson Legion Branch 115 have been attending to the 15 bird feeders that are located outside the patient's rooms at the Vaudreuil/Soulanges Palliative Care Residence in Hudson.

They fill the bird feeders that they installed in 2015 each week from donations of bird seed that are regularly donated.

Retirement party at Legion Branch 115, Hudson.

April 12, 2018 - Long-time Legion member Terry Connolly has been hired as the new Manager for Hudson Legion Branch 115 replacing Joan Hughes who is retiring after 15 years of truly dedicated service.
Terry takes over on May 1st.
Good luck to you Terry and enjoy your well-deserved retirement Joan.
On Thursday, April 12th, the ladies of the Legion held a great retirement party for our Manager Joan Hughes.
It was a wonderful gesture on their part.

Hudson Branch 115, honour 15 years of service.

March 16, 2018 - Legion Manager Joan Hughes was presented with a beautiful bouquet of flowers and a gift from the Legion Executive and members honouring her 15 years of service as Manager of Hudson Br. #115.
Joan will be retiring on March 30th. We all wish her the best in her well-deserved retirement.

Hudson Branch 115, donations from the Legion Poppy Fund.

March 16, 2018 - At the St. Patrick's Dinner & Dance two donations were from the Legion Poppy Fund.
Receiving checks for $2,000.00 were Lakeshore General Hospital Foundation represented by Carole Ravenda & The Hawkesbury General Foundation represented by Pierre-Luc Byham and Donald Hay.

Hudson Branch 115, Poppy Funds helping out in the community!

January 27, 2018 - At the Robbie Burns dinner, Branch 115 President, comrade Eric Connor and comrade Gerry Foliot presented two checks to Tania Shand of the Ste Anne's Veterans Hospital.
The first check is for the Hospital Volunteer Services and the second for the Patient's Committee.
Each check was for $2000.00.

Branch President, comrade Eric Connor and comrade Gerry Foliot presented a $2000.00 donation to the NOVA Adult Day Care Centre of Hudson. The check was received by NOVA President Judy Tellier (far left) and Centre coordinator Katie Van Very (on right).

Comrade Gerry Foliot (very active member of the branch Poppy Campaign) who was representing the Vaudreuil Soulanges Palliative Care Residence receiving a $2000.00 donation from Branch President, comrade Eric Connor.

Remembrance Day ceremony at Hudson, Legion Branch #115

Saturday, November 4, 2017 - The Remembrance Day ceremony last Saturday was attended by over 200 Legionaires and local residents and currently serving Canadian military personnel, as well as the local Girl Guides; Scouts; and Cadets from Rigaud and Vaudreuil.

A special thanks goes out to Cody Gilmore for preparing a wonderful luncheon for all those present. It was much appreciated as was the help she received from Georgia Jesty.

Photo Courtsey of comrade Rod Hodgson

Hudson Branch 115, Legion NEWS

August 17th, 2017 - In the NEWS at Hudson Legion Branch 115:
1. Legion Cenotaph Rededicated.
2. Friday night dinner, August 25th.
3. Meet us at the market.
4. In Memoriam.


Quite an Honour for Comrade Maxine Bredt from Hudson Legion Branch #115

"Your Local Journal", Sunday, July 16, 2017 edition. - For the 150th Anniversary of Canadian Confederation, the Right Honourable Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, and the Member of Parliament for Vaudreuil-Soulanges, Peter Schiefke, awarded the first of four Sesqui Awards for Lifetime Contribution to Maxine Bredt.

This distinction is awarded to a constituent who, throughout their life, embodied and exemplified the spirit of community service with dignity and integrity. Three other recipients will be announced throughout the summer.".


Hudson Legion Branch 115 present five bursaries to local students.

June 22, 2017 - Five bursaries of $750.00 from the Poppy Fund were presented to local students.

On the picture, left to right; Peter Miller (teacher), Olivia Dumas, Lucas Petropolis, Shane Rikley-Krindle, Hanna Schmoelz and Griffin Walker. They are students from Westwood Senior Campus in Hudson, Quebec.

Presenting the checks were comrade David Hatch, Sgt at Arms and President comrade Eric Connor from Hudson Legion Branch 115.

(Photo courtesy of Westwood Senior Campus High School.)

Branch 115, Hudson commemorate D-Day Landing

Last Tuesday, June 6th, 2017, Branch 115, Hudson commemorated the 73rd anniversary of the Normandy landings to honor those who landed at D-Day (1944), and especially those who made the supreme sacrifice.

In the presence of D-Day and WW II Veterans, the Branch held its 72nd D-Day Society & Friends luncheon commemorating that event.

Photos by James Parry.
Report by Rod Hodgson.

Hudson Branch 115, Legion NEWS

June 4th, 2017 - In the NEWS at Hudson Legion Br. #115:
1. Friday night dinner.
2. Lobster dinner on Friday, June 23rd.
3. Last Pub Quiz of the season.
4. Dedication of our cenotaph.
5. In Memoriam.
6. Field of Honour. 7. Hamburger Night. 8. Legion Market.

Hudson Branch 115, Legion NEWS

April 9, 2017 - In the NEWS at Hudson Legion Br. #115:
1. Extra End Bonspiel.
2. Sunday's memorial to Vimy Ridge.
3. Sales of the Vimy pins.
4. Friday Night Dinner.
5. Burger night.
6. Passing of two long term Hudson Legion members.

Hudson Legion Branch 115, present a check to the Lakeshore Legion Housing Association.

March 10, 2017 - Hudson Legion Br. #115 present a check for $3,000.00 to the Lakeshore Legion Housing Association.
Accepting the donation from Hudson Legion Poppy rep. Moe LaFoley (left) is the Association's Vice President Neil Asselin (right).
Master of Ceremonies for the evening was Patrick O'Grady (centre).
(Photo by Bob Blackburn.)

Branch 115, Hudson present a check to the Hawkesbury General Hospital Foundation.

March 10, 2017 - Accepting a donation of $2,000.00 is Pierre-Luc Byham (on the left) of the Hawkesbury General Hospital Foundation.
Those presenting the donation from the Hudson Legion Poppy fund are Moe LaFoley (2nd from left) & Hudson Legion Br. #115 President Eric Connor (right).
In the background is Master of Ceremonies Patrick O'Grady.
(Photo by Bob Blackburn.)

Branch 115, Hudson present a check to the Lakeshore General Hospital Foundation.

March 10, 2017 - On Friday March 10th 2017, Branch 115, Hudson presented a check for $2,000 to Jeanie Basile of the Lakeshore General Hospital Foundation.
Presenting the check from the Legion Poppy fund is Moe LaFoley (centre) and Eric Connor, President Hudson Legion Br. #115.
(Photo by Bob Blackburn.)

At the annual Robbie Burns dinner, Hudson Legion Branch #115 presented four checks to various organizations.

January 27, 2017 - Hudson Legion Br. #115 President Eric Connor along with Cody Gilmore of the Hudson Poppy Campaign are seen presenting a check for $2,000.00 to Judy Tellier of NOVA Hudson Day Care Centre.

Hudson Legion Br. #115 President Eric Connor along with Cody Gilmore of the Hudson Poppy Campaign are seen presenting a check for $2,000.00 to Madeleine Langlois from the Vaudreuil-Soulanges Palliative Care Residence in Hudson, Qc.

Cody Gilmore of the Hudson Br. #115 Poppy Campaign presents two checks of $2,000.00 each to Jean Hurtubise and John Dalgarno representing the Ste Anne's Veterans Hospital Volunteer Services and Patient Committee.

Collect of supplies for the Fort McMurray fire victims

Spring, 2016 - A very dedicated group from Hudson Legion Br. #115 who under the leadership of Bruce Munro have collected over a ton of supplies for the Fort McMurray fire victims.

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