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Honouring a Veterans is our Duty!

Service Officer :

The Legion Service Bureau Network serves Veterans, members of the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF), RCMP, and their families by representing their interests with Veterans Affairs Canada and the Veterans Review and Appeal Board for disability benefits under the Pension Act or the New Veterans Charter. The Legion's professional Command Service Officers are mandated by legislation to provide representation, advocacy and financial assistance free of charge, Legion member or not.

Service Officer
Quebec region


"Service Officer" for the Quebec region is:
Comrade Jérome Gagnon




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Comrade Jérome Gagnon

Service Officer, Quebec region

104-1930, de l'Interlude
Quebec, QC
Tel. : (418) 843-7778
Fax : (418) 843-2824
Email : jgagnon@qc.legion.ca

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Service Officer
Quebec region


"Service Officer" for the Quebec region is:
Comrade Sonia Ménard




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Comrade Sonia Ménard

Service Officer, Quebec region

104-1930, de l'Interlude
Quebec, QC
G3K 0R6
Tel. : (418) 843-7778
Fax : (418) 843-2824
Email : smenard@qc.legion.ca

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Service Officer
Montreal region


"Service Officer" for the Montreal region is:
Comrade Debra Viskelis




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Comrade Debra Viskelis

Service Officer, Montreal region

720 -1000, rue Saint-Antoine W.
Montreal, QC
H3C 3R7
Tel. : (514) 866-7491 poste 225
Toll free : 1 (877) 401-7111
Fax : 514-866-6303
Emaill: dviskelis@qc.legion.ca

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Our Command Service Officers provide, among other things:

  • Information and advice on available VAC programs and benefits
  • Assistance with the preparation and submission of disability claims
  • Assistance with the claims process from the first application up to and including a Request for Reconsideration with the Veterans Review and Appeal Board
  • Professional counselling, advice and assistance in accessing other programs and benefits

The services provided by Professional Command Legion Service Officers are free of charge, whether or not you are a Legion member. Our representation role is mandated through legislation.

If you require assistance in obtaining VAC disability benefits or need more information about available VAC services and programs or the Legion's benevolent assistance, or have a friend or family member who needs this help, please contact one of the Service Officer mentioned above.

Documents available for the Branches Service Officer

Royal Canadian Legion claim application form - Dominion Command

Benevolent Fund Application - Dominion Command

The Guide to Benefits, Programs, and Services for Serving and Former Canadian Armed Forces Members and their Families. - National Defence and the Canadian Armed Forces

Entitlement Eligibility Guidelines - Veterans Affairs Canada

Table of Disabilities - Veterans Affairs Canada

Rates - Veterans Affairs Canada

Canadian Institute for Military & Veteran Health Research - Veterans Affairs Canada

Transitions to Communities
Transitions to Communities is a skills development program for Canadian veterans to support their transition to civilian employment.

Transitions to Communities is a seven-week employment skills development program created to support veterans who are experiencing obstacles reintegrating into civilian life after serving in the Canadian Armed Forces or RCMP.

Transitions to Communities is a collaborative project led by the Mood Disorders Society of Canada with support from Employment and Social Development Canada and Veteran Affairs Canada.

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  • 000 Quebec Provincial Command
  • 001 Montreal
  • 002 St-Hyacinthe
  • 003 Baie Comeau
  • 004 Montréal
    (borough Verdun)
  • 005 Stanstead
  • 010 Sherbrooke
  • 011 Lacolle
  • 012 Lévis
  • 014 Westmount
    (Island of Montreal)
  • 015 Richmond
  • 018 Témiscaming
  • 019 Amos
  • 020 Jonquière
    (borough Kénogami)
  • 023 Knowlton
  • 024/106 Montreal
    (borough Notre-Dame-de-Grâce)
  • 025 East Angus
  • 026 Coaticook
  • 027 Montreal
  • 029 Montreal
    (borough Rosemont)
  • 031 La Tuque
  • 033 Gatineau
    (borough Aylmer)
  • 034 Chambly
  • 035 Trois-Rivières
  • 036 Rimouski
  • 041 Danville
  • 044 Shawinigan
  • 048 Bury
  • 051 Drummondville
  • 054 Gatineau,
    (borough Buckingham)
  • 057 Pointe-Claire
    (Island of Montreal)
  • 058 Gatineau,
    (borough Pointe Gatineau)
  • 059 Gaspé
  • 062 Valleyfield
  • 064 New Carlisle
  • 066 Montreal
  • 070 Lachute
  • 071 Brownsburgh-Chatham
  • 076 Val-d'Or
  • 077 Waterloo
  • 079 St-Jean-sur-Richelieu
    (Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu)
  • 081 Huntingdon
  • 082 Philipsburg
  • 083 Joliette
  • 085/090 Montreal
    (borough Lachine)
  • 086 Victoriaville
  • 091 Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue
    (Island of Montreal)
  • 094 Longueuil
    (borough Greenfield Park)
  • 097 Côte-St-Luc
    (Island of Montreal)
  • 098 Montreal
    (borough St-Laurent)
  • 099 Cowansville
  • 101 Grand-Mère
  • 108 Châteauguay
  • 115 Hudson
  • 116 Mont-Laurier
  • 117 Sorel-Tracy
  • 120 Mascouche
  • 121 Otterburn Park
  • 127 Montreal
  • 128 Ayers Cliff
  • 130 Matane
  • 136 Lac-Mégantic
  • 137 Mont-Joli
  • 146 Beauharnois
  • 147 St-Bruno
    (Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville)
  • 150 Montmagny
  • 158 Sutton
  • 159 Longueuil
    (borough St-Hubert)
  • 162 Campbell's Bay
  • 165 Sawyerville
  • 171 Morin Heights
  • 172 Cascapédia-St-Jule
  • 173 Montreal-Est
  • 185 Deux-Montagnes
  • 187 Maniwaki
  • 188 Rouyn-Noranda
  • 190 St-Jérôme
  • 192 Arundel
  • 196 Ormstown
  • 198 Rawdon
  • 203 Chandler
  • 204 Trois-Rivières,
    (borough Cap-de-la-Madeleine)
  • 205 Chénéville
  • 208 Ste-Thérèse
  • 209 Ville de Saguenay
    (arrondissement Jonquière, sector Arvida)
  • 212 Montreal
    (borough LaSalle)
  • 214 Wakefield
  • 215 Brossard
  • 216 Laval
    (borough Sainte-Rose)
  • 219 Kahnawake
  • 227 Gatineau
  • 228 Senneterre
  • 229 Montreal
  • 231 Quyon
  • 234 Roxboro
  • 235 Chicoutimi
  • 238 Beloeil
  • 242 North Hatley
  • 244 Hemmingford
  • 245 Dorval
    (Island of Montreal)
  • 249 St-Georges-de-Beauce
  • 251 Laval
    (borough Chomedey)
  • 253 Ste-Anne-des-Monts
  • 261 Barachois
  • 263 St-Jean-sur-Richelieu,
    (borough Iberville)
  • 265 Québec
  • 266 Boucherville
  • 276 Alma