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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: November 17, 2021)
  • President: Comrade Rod Hodgson
  • 1st Vice-president: Comrade Michael Elliott
  • Secretary: Comrade Jon Bazar
  • Treasurer: Comrade Ted Poulin
  • Service Officer: Comrade Robin Pelletier
  • Poppy Chairperson: Comrade John Dalgarno
  • Membership Chairperson: Comrade Peggy Pelletier

For information on renting our Legion hall, click here.

Donation to the Canadian Service Dog Unit

September 6, 2022

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Our Service Rep. and Sergeant-at-Arms, comrade Robin Pelletier travelled to Ottawa to donate $1,500.00 to the Canadian Service Dog Unit on behalf of our Legion Branch 115 and our Poppy Fund.

Donation to the Old Brewery Mission Sentinel Program

July 27, 2022

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A donation of $2,000.00 was made to the Old Brewery Mission Sentinel Program by Branch 115 Poppy Fund.

Donation of bursaries at Westwood Senior High School

June 22, 2022

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On June 22, Sergeant-at-Arms and Service Officer, comrade Robin Pelletier attended the Graduation Exercises at the Westwood Senior High School and presented five students with bursaries from the Hudson Legion Branch 115 Poppy Fund.

St. Patrick’s Day celebration

March 19, 2022

The Naval Reserve Band along with the Black Watch pipes and drums took part in the recent St. Patrick’s Day celebration parade.

Our Legion main hall was filled after the parade with members of both groups plus friends and participants.

Here is a photo of the Naval Reserve Band
enjoying themselves to our well-known
hospitality in Legion Branch 115.

A $500.00 donation was made from the Soulanges Irish Society on behalf of the Black Watch Pipes and Drums

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A $500.00 donation was also made from the Soulanges Irish Society on behalf of the Canadian Naval Reserve Band.

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These two wonderful donations were organized by the Soulanges Irish Society with special thanks to Jay de La Durantaye for arranging them.

Poppy Fund donation to the Vaudreuil Soulanges Palliative Care Residence

August 26, 2021

Mrs. Patricia Sévigny, on the left, receiving the donation
from the Poppy Chairman, comrade John Dalgarno.

Poppy Chairman, comrade John Dalgarno presented a check for $2,000.00 from our Legion Poppy Fund to Mrs. Patricia Sévigny who is the new Philanthropic Development Consultant of the Vaudreuil Soulanges Palliative Care Residence here in Hudson.

Poppy Fund donation to the Hawkesbury & District General Hospital Foundation

July 11, 2021

Our Poppy Fund Chairman, comrade John Dalgarno, is seen here donating a check for $2,000.00 to Erin Tabakman, Executive Director of the Hawkesbury & District General Hospital Foundation on Sunday, July 11th in front of Place Vimy at the Hudson Legion, Branch 115.

Donation to the Canadian Veteran Service Dog Unit

June 24, 2021

From left to right: Sergeant-at-arms and Service Executive, Comrade Robin Pelletier representing Branch 115.
Dwayne Sawyer, serve in operation UNIKOM, UNPROFOR, Afghanistan, Eureka, and President of the CVSDU.
His service dog Rex, a 7.5-year-old Lab/Retriever cross.
Claudine Perrault did two Tours in Afghanistan. Her service dog Chewbacca, a 3-year-old Goldendoodle.
Husband Gaétan Poulin peacekeeping in Cyprus, Rwanda and one tour in Afghanistan.

Branch 115 donated $2000 to the Canadian Veteran Service Dog Unit.

A non-profit group established in 2012 to provide trained service dogs in support of the military, RCMP and first responder veterans suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Operational Stress Injury (OSI).

Forty-two (42) dogs were provided since established and they have twenty-six (26) veterans in the waiting list.

Stay awhile - Talk to a Veteran

April 25, 2021

Comrade Robin Pelletier posing behind his bench.

Comrade Robin Pelletier is a member of our Branch 115 and serves as our Service Officer qand Sgt. at Arms.

He spent over 15 years in the Canadian Armed Forces, and during the winter he built this beautiful park bench.

He has it in front of his house in St. Lazare.

Nice tribute from a very fine fellow.

Fundraising at Branch 115

December 5, 2020

Our fundraising campaign on December 5, in the form of drive-thru, was a great success.

Comrade Jay Oland organized an amazing day, and it was VERY well received.

(Photos by Peter Mansell)

A special thank you goes out to all of our members and friends who dropped by to purchase the various products we had available.

Some 125 cars drove through our set up with the occupants donating 680 kg of food for the John Abbott College Food Bank.

(Photos by Peter Mansell)

Numerous members and new members also signed up for 2021.

It was a long cold day for our 17 volunteers, but very worthwhile and just seeing members and friends for the first time in many months was wonderful as well.

On behalf of Legion Branch 115, I wish to thank all of you who were there on that day.

You are all so kind and generous.

Comrade Rod L. Hodgson
Branch 115

Donation to the Branch from a local area resident

November 11, 2020

Mrs. Paola Irrera handing over her donation
to our Branch President, comrade Rod Hodgson.

Back in October, Paola Irrera, decided to make poppy masks and she promised to donate part of the sales to our Legion, Branch 115.

Well, at the end of November she had raised $850.00!

On behalf of our Branch, thank you for this very kind and generous donation.

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