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Honouring a Veterans is our Duty!

The "Quebec Provincial Command"


The Royal Canadian Legion - Application For Membership

Application for Veteran's License Plate Eligibility Certification


Having served in the Canadian Armed Forces for more than forty-one (41) years, and having been a member of The Royal Canadian Legion for the past thirteen (13) years, I know how important it is to belong to an organization where you feel welcome and among comrades. The spirit of comradeship is what will keep Veterans and their families in their branch and encourage them to participate in the activities.

But The Royal Canadian Legion is much more than a meeting place; it is also where Veterans and their dependants can receive help to better their quality of life, whether with access to medical care and paratransit; knowing and discovering local help resources; and recognize and protect their rights, either with Veterans Affairs Canada or the different levels of government. We must not forget that our mission is:

  • To serve Veterans, including serving members of the military, members of the RCMP and their families;
  • To promote Remembrance; and
  • To serve our community and our country.

During my term, I plan to visit as many branches as I can, and to interact with our members. This will enable me to have a better understanding of the health of our organization and to know where to channel my efforts. Don't hesitate to invite me to your activities by using the attached form.

I also invite you to send me your accomplishments so I can share them with our members to inspire them. There is a lot of good in our organization, and the credit is all yours.

Until next time, in comradeship

Kenneth R. Ouellet

To see the full text of the "President's word", click here.

Provincial Officer Invitation Form

What is happening at the
"Quebec Provincial Command"

Quebec Provincial Command , Remembrance Day activities.

Remembrance Day Parade,
Saturday, November 11 at 11h00.
Park Place du Canada,
1010 Rue de la Gauchetière O, Montréal.

First Poppy presentation

Her Excellency the Right Honourable Julie Payette, Governor General and Commander-in-Chief of Canada and patron of The Royal Canadian Legion, will receive the symbolic first poppy of the 2017 National Poppy Campaign from David Flannigan, Dominion President of The Royal Canadian Legion.

The ceremony will be held at Rideau Hall on Monday, October 23, 2017, at 13h00.


A very special hymn.

September 1, 2017 - The hymn was first recited at a Thanksgiving Service, 13 May 1917, only three weeks, after the capture of Vimy ridge: 10th Battalion, First Canadian Division.

Note the spelling mistake and the attempted corrections in the document."

I found this hymn in the personal possessions of Brigadier-General Daniel Mowat Ormond.


Discount Service for the Legion and Members.

September 26, 2017 - Cojen Extermination is pleased to offer these discounted programs to members and Branches of the Royal Canadian Legion of Quebec.



Each fall, The Royal Canadian Legion provides Canadians with the opportunity to Remember and honour our fallen Comrades by conducting the annual Poppy Campaign.

Again this year, the Dominion Command Poppy and Remembrance Committee is pleased that national corporations wish to assist branches in their important work by accepting Poppies and trays in all of their outlets during the 2017 Poppy Campaign."

The Poppy Campaign for 2017 is from 27 October until 11 November.



  • Saturday, October 21, 2017,
  • HOST BRANCH: Branch 108 Châteauguay,
  • Cost: $50.00 per team of 4 players,
  • Entry Deadline: October 7, 2017


Legion website redesigned to better support branches and improve member services.

July 4, 2017 - Legion members and members of the public interested in supporting Veterans will appreciate the newly redesigned Legion.ca and its improved rich content and new navigation features that make it easy to find any information needed.

"This new and improved site is just one tool we are using to streamline our systems and processes to improve member services and support our branches," says Dominion President David Flannigan. "We want to make and facilitate direct connections that keep everyone informed and involved."


Last Post Funds – Be part of history!

June 28, 2017 - With à $200 donation an engraved stone to your name will be laid along Remembrance Lane of the cemetery.

To do so, click here to access the form.

New Application for Membership Form and the new optional Member Initiation Guidelines and Ceremony. June 26, 2017.

During the Dominion Executive Council meeting in April a motion was passed to update the current member initiation process.
The Membership Committee recommended including the initiation on the application for membership form so when a member signs their application they would be initiated in The Royal Canadian Legion.
This motion also included working with the Rituals and Awards Committee in streamlining the current initiation process and making it optional for the branches to conduct this ceremony moving forward.

New Application Form For Membership
New Optional Initiation Guidelines

New Public Relations Resource for Branches

To strengthen public relations across the organization, Dominion Command delivered a Public Relations training session for Senior Elected Officers at the Dominion Executive Council (DEC) in April 2017.

The session focussed on the importance of public relations (PR) to the Legion and how we, as an organization, can leverage PR opportunities at all levels to generate positive media to support awareness and growth.

As part of the training session, a PR booklet was developed offering an overview and recommended approaches to public relations, including tips on media relations, dealing with problems, emergencies and crises, plus worksheets to assist with strategic PR planning.


Medal Canada 150

The Royal Canadian Legion has struck this limited edition medal to commemorate our nation's 150th Anniversary.

Legion members and Ladies' Auxiliary members are authorized to wear this medal on their uniforms since January 1, 2017.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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


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.


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.


Executive Council