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Montreal Second World War Veteran celebrates 100 years: ‘All of us should aspire to be like him’

Source: BY BRITTANY HENRIQUES GLOBAL NEWS, Posted October 19, 2019 5:53 pm

October 19, 2019 - Garnet Bourgaize turned 100 years old on Oct. 18, and members of the Royal Canadian Legion as well as friends and family from across Canada gathered to celebrate the Second World War veteran.

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Huge success of the VetBuild program at Branch 011, Lacolle

October 18, 2019 - The program is a huge success that attracts 7 to 10 Veterans depending on their availability.

The meetings are now held Wednesday evening between 19h00 and 21h00, however, it is possible that all starts at 13h15 (by appointment Pierre 450-246-4373 or Gilles at 450-246-4663).


Commemorative ceremony of the Battle of Britain at Branch 033, Aylmer

On Sunday September 15, 2019, the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 033, Aylmer held a commemorative ceremony in honour of the Battle of Britain.

An honour guard and flag party were provided by Air Cadet “500 Squadron Outaouais”.

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Poppy donation to the Jewish Rehabilitation Hospital

On September 15, 2019, members of the Royal Canadian legion, Branch 251, Chomedey made a Poppy donation in the amount of $3,000 to the Jewish Rehabilitation Hospital.

The money is to purchase an aquabike, an exercise device that will allow patients to enjoy the benefits of a cardiovascular workout from pedaling on a bicycle while also drawing low-impact benefits from being in the water.

This donation seemed particularly appropriate this year as several members of our Branch found themselves in need and requiring the JRH’s services.


Canada's Military Police National Motorcycle Relay 2019

August 14, 2019 - The MPNMR is a cross country ride, World’s Longest Annual Motorcycle Relay, which captures the beauty of all of Canada, while patrolling the landscape for donations and visibility opportunities for the Military Police Fund for Blind Children. This charity fundraiser has raised over $700,000 on behalf of the Military Police Fund for Blind Children and other charities since its inception in 2009.

The Royal Canadian Legion is a proud sponsor of the Relay and this year on Wednesday August 14 the Aylmer Legion Branch #33 was pleased to welcome MCpl Alex Millhan for a complimentary breakfast and present him with a donation of  $300 towards the Military Police Fund for Blind Children.

MCpl Millhan departed Victoria, British Columbia, on July 29th is now on his way to Valcartier and other locations until he gets to Newfoundland.

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Recognition for a man of faith and law

July 31, 2019 - A lawyer by profession, Fr. Benoît-Marc Boyer has done pro bono work for many non-profit organizations and those in need for more than 30 years.

Recently he has been recognized with three distinct honours, which are:

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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?
YOU BET WE ARE.
Lest we forget.

Comrade Rod Hodgson,
President,
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


Presentation of the "Comradeship" Trophy at the Canadian Forces Leadership and Recruit School

July 25, 2019 - Comrade Yves LaBarre, president of Branch 034 Arras in Chambly, , accompanied by comrades Paul Veilleux and Gaétan Martel of Branch 079 Richelieu, St-Jean-sur-Richelieu,  proceeded in the unveiling and presentation of the new Comradeship Trophy at the Canadian Forces Leadership and Recruit School, St-Jean Garrison in St-Jean-sur-Richelieu.

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A successful “Fundraiser” and Canada Day Celebration at the Aylmer Legion Branch 033

July 1st, 2019 - A big Thank you to all who came to celebrate Canada Day with us and support the Aylmer Legion.

Thanks to the volunteers and sponsors:
  • Amusement Saute-Partout for providing the Bouncy Castle;
  • Mascots; and
  • Vélozophie for the sun tents.

This fundraiser helped us raise $1803.25 in donations for the Aylmer Legion!

Thank you very much!


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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.


Launch of the Operation "VETBUILD" at Branch 011

June 26, 2019 - Branch 011 is opening a chapter of "VETBUILD" with the opening on September 12, between 19h00 and 21h00. 

Those who are interested in participating can contact Comrade Pierre Pellerin at:

We are also looking for model kits and related materiel in order to start-up the activity. 

Welcome to all Veterans with or without your children.

You do not have to be a member of the Legion to join.


Branch 023, Brome, Knowlton, is very active even without a Branch building!

June 19, 2019 - Ms. Meredith MacKeen of the Knowlton Harmony Band receives the donation from Brome, Branch 023 President, Comrade Barry Bellware.

Comrade Bellware is joined by members of the Branch, Comrade Ron Lancaster (Past President), Comrade Margaret Pille (Secretary-Treasurer), Comrade Brian Badger (Finance Chair) and Comrade Jacques Beauregard.


Annual Golf Tournament Raises $5000 for the Aylmer Legion, Branch 033

June 15, 2019 - A big thank you to organizers Ray Danis, Heather Charlebois, Paul Gravelle and Cheryl Devine, along with all the volunteers, participants and sponsors of this year’s annual Fundraiser Golf Tournament to the benefit of the Aylmer Legion which was held on June 15, 2019 at the Champlain golf course.


Update on the Humanitarian Initiative of the Aylmer Legion, Branch 033

June 13, 2019 - Today our little Izzy dolls will begin their journey to bring a smile to a child in a crisis situation.

Health Partners International of Canada (HPIC) is finalizing a shipment of primary care medicines to be airlifted and the medical relief will be distributed in rural hospitals and communities affected by Cyclone Idai in southeastern Africa.

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"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.


Acknowledgment to Corps de Cadet 2644 « Le Régiment de Hull »

On June 6th, 2019 - the Aylmer Legion Branch 033 marked the 75th anniversary of D-Day and the Battle of Normandy with a special Remembrance Ceremony and Commemorative Dinner.

Comrade Mary-Ann Latimer, President of Branch 033 took the opportunity to thank le Corps de Cadet 2644 “Le Régiment de Hull” and presented a cheque of 700$ to Capt Levasseur of CC2644 in gratitude for their support to the Aylmer Legion Branch 033.


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.


Presentation of the Medal of Excellence for Cadets

Saturday,May 11, 2019 - during the Corps de Cadets de l'Armée 2644, (Régiment de Hull) 59th Annual Review, Comrade Mary Ann Latimer, President of Legion Branch 033, presented the Cadet Medal of Excellence to Warrant Officer Bao in recognition for her individual achievements that exceeded the goals of the Cadet Citizenship Program.

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Ceremony commemorating the Anniversary of the Battle of the Atlantic

On Sunday May 5th, 2019, Aylmer Legion Branch 033 held a ceremony at the Commemorative Park in Aylmer Québec marking the 74th Anniversary for the Battle of the Atlantic.

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Donation for the renovation of Branch 011 Cenotaph

April 25, 2019 - A donation of $ 2,000 was made by comrades Marlies Roth Gauthier and Robert Gauthier for the renovation of the Cenotaph of Branch 011, Lacolle and District, located opposite the Lacolle Town Hall.


Aylmer Legion Branch 033 « Izzy Doll » Knitting Group.

April 12, 2019, Our Aylmer Legion Branch 033 « Izzy Doll » Knitting Group for the Frontlines, meet every Thursday afternoon .

In only a couple of weeks our knitters have produced over 95 Izzy Dolls!

« KNITTERS BRING JOY TO THOUSANDS OF CHILDREN IN CRISIS SITUATIONS AROUND THE WORLD. »

Bravo and thank you to all participants for your help and contributions.

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Quebec Branch 265, donation from the Legion Poppy Fund to "Le Repos du Soldat"

On March 29, 2019, the Royal Canadian Legion's Poppy Committee (LRC) Branch 265 issued a cheque for $1,000 to the project "Le Repos du Soldat".

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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.



WHERE DOES YOUR POPPY MONEY GO?

February 14, 2019, Some may be asking what type of concrete activities are carried out to help our Veterans.
One regular recipient of Branch 014 Poppy Funds is the Adaptive Sports Foundation, based in Knowlton, Quebec.


Founded by Peter Treacy after he became disabled, its mission is to offer individuals with physical disabilities a chance to discover new abilities through winter and summer sports.

After Peter retired from actively running the program, it is now led by former Montreal Alouette Steve Charbonneau, aided by Yan Martin, Kelly Bush and a host of volunteers.

Besides its regular programs, the Foundation runs winter and summer camps for wounded Veterans.
From 10 – 14 February, a winter ski camp was held at Mont Bromont. 40 veterans took part in the camp either as a participant, ski buddy or volunteer.

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Branch 033, Aylmer wishes to sincerely thank five members of the 2644 Cadet Corps "Le Régiment de Hull".

Saturday, February 9, 2019 - Five CC2644 cadets served the guests at the gatronomic dinner at the Aylmer Legion.  The Aylmer Legion, Branch 033 would like to sincerely thank WO Valérie Bouchard Calderon, WO Eusellia Amegah, WO Laura Tixador, WO Jennifer Bao and Sgt Caleb Duckworth and of course Capt Pilon who was supervising his cadets.  By your dedicated work you made a great contribution to ensure the success of this event.


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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Quebec Branch 265, donation from the Poppy Fund to Les Eaux Curatives and Maison Paul-Triquet.

On January 24, 2019, the Poppy Committee of Branch 265, Lt. Col. Jean-Charles Forbes, RMWO, of Quebec City has presented a cheque of twelve thousand dollars ($12,000) to the project "Les Eaux Curatives".

On January 31th 2019 the Poppy Committee of Branch 265, Lt. Col. Jean-Charles Forbes, RMWO, of Quebec City has presented a cheque of five thousand dollars ($5,000) to Maison Paul-Triquet.

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Branch 058, Pointe Gatineau makes a donation towards the Perley Hospital.

December 4, 2018 - At the Perley Rideau Veterans 'Dinner, the Poppy Fund of Branch 058, Pointe Gatineau presented a check in the amount of $ 2,500.00 to the Perley and Rideau Veterans' Health Centre.

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Branch 033, Aylmer marked the Centennial of Armistice.

November 2018, To mark the " Centennial of Armistice " Branch 033, Aylmer made an amateur montage as a souvenir of the activities that took place to honor the one hundred years since the end of the First World War.
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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.



Sixty-year bar presentation at Branch 015, Richmond Ladies Auxiliary.

On November 10, 2018 Branch 015 Richmond, Ladies auxiliary president comrade Donna Ham presented comrade Elsie Dunn with her 60 years long service bar as member of the Royal Canadian Legion.

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Mohawk Branch 219, Kahnawake "Remembers"

On Saturday, November 10, 2018, Kahnawake, Mohawk Branch 219, took time to remember the Veterans that paid the ultimate sacrifice.

A day long activity was planned for the occasion starting by the Second Annual "BREAKFAST for VETERANS", followed by ceremonies at the Catholic and Protestant cemeteries.

In the afternoon the parade formed up at the Royal Canadian Legion Mohawk Branch 219 parking lot; then proceeded to march to the Cenotaph for the Remembrance ceremony.

Following the ceremony, the Veterans and their guests gathered at Branch 219 to pay tribute to the Veterans of their community that paid the ultimate sacrifice, followed by a Black Watch Pipes and Drums performance.

Mohawk Branch 219 is grateful for the presence of Quebec Provincial Command President, comrade Ken Ouellette and Past President, comrade Norm Shelton, and also, a special thank you to all the Royal Canadian Legion Branches that attended.

To view the "Photo album" of the Remembrance Day ceremony, click here.


Presentation of the first Poppy to the
Lieutenant Governor of Quebec.

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Quebec City, October 25, 2018 - Once again this year, members of Branch 265, Lt. Col. Jean-Charles Forbes, RMWO, of Quebec City presented the first Poppy to the Lieutenant Governor of Quebec, the Honorable J. Michel Doyon.

Present for the presentation: Comrade André Lavallée, President of Branch 265, Comrade Bruno Dumas 1st Vice-President, Comrade Pierre Gosselin, 2nd Vice-President, Comrade Yvon Ouellet, Chairman of the Poppy Committee and Comrade Claude Paquet Commander, District 4 St Laurent, and a member of Branch 265.


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