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Honouring a Veterans is our Duty!


The "Quebec Provincial Command"


BYLAWS OF QUEBEC PROVINCIAL COMMAND
The Royal Canadian Legion - Application For Membership
Application for Veteran's License Plate Eligibility Certification

The Quebec Command is the Provincial Command of the Royal Canadian Legion, organized and constituted in the Province of Quebec by the Dominion Command of the Royal Canadian Legion under the authority of its Act of Incorporation and General Bylaws

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All Districts, Branches and Auxiliaries of the Royal Canadian Legion organized and constituted within the Province of Quebec, with the exception of Îles-de-la-Madeleine, shall be subject to the provisions of the Act of Incorporation and General Bylaws of the Royal Canadian Legion insofar as they are applicable, and, excepting the Ladies Auxiliaries, shall be under the jurisdiction of Quebec Command. Ladies Auxiliaries of Branches in the Province of Quebec shall be under the jurisdiction of their respective Branches.

Nearly thirteen thousand (13,000) members divided into fifteen (15) Districts and one hundred and eight (108) Branches are part of the Quebec Command of the Royal Canadian Legion.

Our mission is:

  • To serve Veterans, which includes serving military and RCMP members and their families;
  • To promote Remembrance; and
  • To serve our community and our country.

On behalf of the members of Quebec Command of the Royal Canadian Legion, I invite you to join us in our commitment to service; not for self, but for those in need.

In comradeship,

Kenneth R. Ouellet
President




What is happening at the
"Quebec Provincial Command"



The Legion Supports Commonwealth Veterans through The Royal Commonwealth Ex-Services League.

Did you know the Legion supports Commonwealth Veterans? As a member of the Royal Commonwealth Ex-Services League (RCEL), The Royal Canadian Legion helps Veterans and ex-service members of the Commonwealth and former Commonwealth countries.

The RCEL is a union of 56 ex-service organizations, from 47 Commonwealth and former Commonwealth countries, that promotes the welfare of Commonwealth Veterans and their dependents while helping them to meet their own charitable objectives.

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57th Provincial Convention of the Quebec Command.

The 57th Provincial Convention of the Quebec Command of the Royal Canadian Legion was held in Victoriaville on the weekend of May 20 - 21, 2017.

A new executive was voted in at this convention.

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New era for the Royal Canadian Legion membership.

The Royal Canadian Legion is about to enter a period of change with respect to membership.

The new initiatives are:
  • New membership cards for 2018!
  • New membership processing website!
  • Members initiation;
  • Graduating cadets complimentary memberships;
  • Recognizing Ladies auxiliary years of service;
  • Branch membership registers.

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Introduction of a ribbon to be worn on the Legion uniform to identify the Veterans.

At the 46th National Convention held in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador in June 2016, a suggestion was made about the introduction of a scroll for wear on the Legion dress below the Legion crest, that would recognize our Veterans when wearing Legion dress.

This new Veteran Ribbon may be worn on the Legion uniform by any member who meets the definition of "Veteran" as established in the Legion General By-Laws.

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Government of Canada Increases Financial Support for Veterans

March 16, 2017 - The Honourable Kent Hehr, Minister of Veterans Affairs and Associate Minister of National Defence announced today that, all Veterans with a Disability Award from Veterans Affairs Canada will receive an additional, tax-free, lump sum payment.

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The 100th Anniversary of the Victorious Battle at Vimy Ridge - Wearing of the Vimy 1917 lapel pin on Legion Dress for the period of April 1, 2017 through to December 30, 2017.

April 9th marks an iconic day in Canadian history, the 100th Anniversary of the Victorious Battle at Vimy Ridge.
Your Dominion Executive Council has approved the wearing of the Vimy pin on the right lapel of the Legion uniform from April 1st until December 30th, 2017.

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2017 is Canada's 150th birthday. You can give a gift to our country that will INSPIRE Canadians in a historic effort to honour our war dead.

Buy a tree and YOU get a tree!
Make a $150 donation to buy a "Hero Tree," one of the 117,000 that will be planted along the Highway of Heroes AND you will receive a '#150Tree' kit that includes a small '#150Tree', a HOHLT t-shirt and an official certificate to commemorate your gift to Canada. Your '#150Tree' kit will arrive in the spring, for you to plant in the location that means the most to you! *please note that we cannot sent '#150Tree' kits to addresses outside of Canada

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Cadet Instructors Cadre (CIC) Officer Positions Available

Cadet Corps (CC) 2497 Black Watch Cadets are currently looking for mature leaders (ages 19-65) to participate in the growth and development of its Cadets and Cadet Corps.

Ideal candidates include former regular forces or reserve members or civilians looking to participate in the RCAC (Royal Canadian Army Cadet) program for youth 12 to 19.

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Canadians recognized for their dedication to Veterans

November 6, 2016 - The Honourable Kent Hehr, Minister of Veterans Affairs and Associate Minister of National Defence, today presented the Minister of Veterans Affairs Commendation to the following Quebec residents, honouring their contributions in the service of Canada's Veterans. Through their efforts, these citizens provide invaluable support to the Veteran community, promoting greater awareness of the sacrifices and achievements of Canada's Veterans and dedicating themselves to Veteran care.

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2016 Veterans Affairs Canada Stakeholder Summit: The Legion`s Perspective

October 18, 2016 - Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC) held a Stakeholder Summit on 5-6 October 2016 to discuss issues facing Canada's Veterans and their families and to hear recommendations brought forward by the Ministerial Advisory Groups, newly formed groups established by the Minister of Veterans Affairs to improve transparency and seek consultation on issues of importance to Veterans and their families.

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