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"QUEBEC PROVINCIAL COMMAND"


Scotland the Brave


105-2727 Saint-Patrick St.,
Montreal, Qc, H3K 0A8,
Tel: (514) 866-7491
Toll free: 1 (877) 401-7111
Email: Info@qc.legion.ca




Bylaws of Quebec Provincial Command

Duties of Directors – Incorporated Registered Charities

Provincial Officer Invitation Form

Provincial Command Leadership committee



THE QUEBEC PROVINCIAL COMMAND

Quebec Provincial 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.

The affairs of the Command shall be administered by a Convention, an Executive Council and a Sub-Executive Committee.

The Convention shall be the supreme authority within the Command.

See the right column for more information on the responsibilities of the Officers of the Quebec Provincial Command.

Source: BYLAWS OF QUEBEC PROVINCIAL COMMAND




A message from Veterans Affairs Canada

April 30, 2024


This year, 6 June 2024, marks the 80th anniversary of D-Day and the Battle of Normandy.

Veterans Affairs Canada will hold our signature in-Canada events in the Greater Moncton Area, New Brunswick, from 4-7 June 2024.

We are currently seeking Second World War Veterans to join our delegation in New Brunswick.

If you have Second World War Veterans within your organization or community who are interested in travelling to Moncton to mark the anniversary, we kindly ask that you forward us their contact information and we will ensure they receive an official invitation.

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Veterans Benefits Guide 2024

April 30, 2024


Get your FREE copy of the Veterans Benefits Guide 2024 today!

Free for veterans, CAF and RCMP members

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Miscalculation of Disability Pensions Class Action

March 19, 2024


We are pleased to inform you that the Federal Court decision approving the settlement of this class proceeding became effective on March 19, 2024.

Later this year, Class Members who currently receive disability pensions directly from Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC) will automatically receive settlement payments from VAC by direct deposit or cheque.

Estates, family members of deceased Class Members and other Class Members who do not currently receive disability pensions directly from VAC will be required to submit a Claim by March 19, 2025. Claims can be submitted at the administrator’s website:

veteranspensionsettlement.kpmg.ca

veteranspensionreglement.kpmg.ca

A dedicated call center has been established by the administrator to address general inquiries and help individuals complete the online claims form.

Please call 1 (833) 839-0648.

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Enjoy exclusive Home and Auto insurance savings

February 28, 2024

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Did you know?

Royal Canadian Legion, Quebec Provincial Command members get preferred rates with Co-operators Group Home and Auto insurance program.

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Airlines baggage allowance for veterans

January 27, 2024



► Air Canada: members of the Canadian and U.S. military benefit from an enhanced baggage allowance whenever they travel on a flight operated by Air Canada, Air Canada rouge or Air Canada Express
Eligible active and retired members of the Canadian and U.S. military are now entitled to check up to three pieces of checked baggage, each weighing up to 32 kg (70 lb) each.
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► Flair Airlines: A 25% discount off base fares is available for all Canadian Armed Forces members, which includes veterans, RCMP and members of the Extended Defence Team.
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► Porter: Canadian and US military personnel are eligible for an enhanced baggage allowance when they fly on a Porter operated flight.
Baggage fees will be waived for up to 3 pieces of checked baggage per person.
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Swoop: Swoop allows active Canadian military personnel and veterans two pieces of checked baggage and one carry-on bag free of charge.
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WestJet: WestJet waives baggage fee(s)* for active or veteran Canadian military personnel.
Any military personnel travelling for business or personal reasons can do so with a maximum of four bags on WestJet flights and a maximum of three bags on WestJet Encore flights at no additional charge.
* Note: To have your baggage fee(s) waived, WestJet must be the marketing and operating carrier on the entire journey.
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Government of Canada announces free daily admission to Parks Canada administered places for members and Veterans of the Canadian Armed Forces and their immediate family members

December 18, 2023


The Government of Canada acknowledges and respects the extraordinary contributions and sacrifices made by Canadian Veterans, active Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) members, and their families.

Today, the Honourable Steven Guilbeault, Minister of Environment and Climate Change and Minister responsible for Parks Canada, and the Honourable Bill Blair, Minister of National Defence, announced that Parks Canada will be providing free daily admission to active CAF members, Veterans of the CAF, and their immediate families.

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The National Field of Honour in financial difficulty

November 11, 2023
Source: La Presse


Recording significant operating deficits for several years, the National Field of Honour, the Pointe-Claire cemetery where 22,500 soldiers of all ranks are buried, is requesting help from the Department of Veterans Affairs to ensure its sustainability.

To learn more... (In French only.)




Frequently Asked Questions on the Development of the Canada Disability Benefit Regulations

November 6, 2023


The Canada Disability Benefit Act received Royal Assent on June 22, 2023. The Act provides the legal framework for a new Canada Disability Benefit.

The goal of the Benefit is to reduce poverty and support the financial security of working-age persons with disabilities.

As framework legislation, the details of the Benefit—such as eligibility and amount—will be set in future regulations.

This approach, in the spirit of “Nothing Without Us,” allows the Government to continue to engage with Canadians with disabilities and other stakeholders to inform the Benefit’s design.

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Poppy Campaign

November 2, 2023


It has been brought to the attention of Quebec Provincial Command, that some Branches are SELLING Poppies.

The Poppy Campaign is the foundation of our Remembrance Program.

We provide Canadians with the opportunity to Remember by providing them with a Poppy for a DONATION not for SALE.

Let us not disrespect the POPPY.

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SKY-PTSD Study - Next cohort and promotions

November 2, 2023

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This is the next cohort for the study, and they are looking to recruit more veterans.

We had sent this out before and it was very successful for them.

It is Sudarshan Kriya Yoga (SKY) and involves breathing and meditation for those suffering from PTSD.

It is completely free for participants.

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2023, Quebec Command Silver Cross Mother

October 26, 2023

Madame Nicole Robidoux Beauchamp


Madame Nicole Robidoux Beauchamp, mother of “Corporal Nicolas Raymond Beauchamp” who died on November 17, 2007, in Kandahar, Afghanistan, was chosen by the Quebec Provincial Command as “Silver Cross Mother” for the year 2023.


Click here to learn more about "Corporal Nicolas Raymond Beauchamp".




Presentation of the Medal of Past Provincial Officer

September 15, 2023

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The Quebec Provincial Command and its past president, comrade Kenneth R. Ouellet CD, presented on Friday September 15, 2023, during a dinner at Branch 265 in Quebec City, the past provincial officer's medal accompanied by the bar "Leadership" to the president of the provincial Leadership committee, comrade Robert Trépanier MMM, CD for his professional work in the production of 12 modules which will shortly be intended for all executive committees and members of the Royal Canadian Legion - Quebec Provincial Command.




Poppy Trademark




Dominion Command of The Royal Canadian Legion has registered the trademark of the Poppy image to safeguard the Poppy insignia as a symbol of Remembrance.

The People of Canada also provided enhanced protection to the Poppy insignia as a protected mark through an Act of Parliament in 1948.

The Legion has registered many variations of the Poppy image (lapel poppy, Poppy logo, symbols, and flower) as trademarks and has registered the trademark POPPY.

The ensuing rights prevent unauthorized use, especially in the context of Veterans, remembrance, and fund-raising for each trademark.

The Poppy can never be used as a symbol of Remembrance for profit or personal gain and may not be used without the express written permission of Dominion Command by any organization, group, community, or individual for commercial or charitable display or public distribution.


► The Remembrance Poppy CANNOT be used without authorization from Dominion Cammand

  • on consumer items such as products, apparel, art, or commemorative items or their packaging
  • on lawn signs and door decorations produced for distribution
  • in promotions or signage for a business, an offer, an event, or group
  • as produced or crafted for resale, to raise money, or for public distribution
  • on a commemorative Christmas decoration
  • incorporated into a logo


► The Remembrance Poppy CAN NEVER

  • be placed where it can be walked on, such as on crosswalks, pathways, or tiles on the floor. The Poppy must always be displayed in a way that respects its sacred symbol of Remembrance
  • be made as edible products

Please refer to the poppy manual chapter 7 and 8 starting on page 39 by clicking here.



Donation to groups of veterans participating in the Poppy Campaign


At the 2022 Royal Canadian Legion, Quebec Provincial Command convention held September 24, 2022, at Branch 185 St-Eustache, a question was raised about veterans’ groups that help with the Poppy campaign if we can give them money from the Poppy fund as we do with the cadets.

The correct answer is NO.

Please refer to the Poppy manual Chapter 4 section 403 by clicking here.




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