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Find your local Remembrance Day Ceremony

Royal Canadian Legion Branches host Remembrance Day ceremonies in communities across the country.

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Remembrance



We, as members of The Royal Canadian Legion, strive to keep the memory alive of the 117,000 Canadian men and women who paid the supreme sacrifice in the service of Canada during war and on subsequent operations since Korea.

This goal is achieved through our annual Poppy Campaign and the Remembrance Day services organized by this great organization throughout the country and by our fellow citizens who are working far from our shores.



Remembrance Day shall remain and be reverently observed
at the 11th hour,
of the 11th day,
of the 11th month
of each year
by us and our successors.


In memory of Canada's Veterans

LE NECROLOGUE offers a section of their website for deceased Veterans.

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"Act of Remembrance"

"They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will remember them!"


Canadians often associate The Royal Canadian Legion with Remembrance ceremonies and events.

Through these initiatives, we honour and remember Canada’s fallen Veterans and help ensure Canadians never forget.

The Legion is responsible for planning and coordinating annual Remembrance Day ceremonies in communities across the country, including the national ceremony in Ottawa.

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"In Flanders Fields"

In Flanders fields the poppies blow
Between the crosses, row on row,
That mark our place; and in the sky
The larks, still bravely singing, fly
Scarce heard amid the guns below.

We are the Dead. Short days ago
We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow,
Loved and were loved, and now we lie
In Flanders fields.

Take up our quarrel with the foe:
To you from failing hands we throw
The torch; be yours to hold it high.
If ye break faith with us who die
We shall not sleep, though poppies grow
In Flanders fields.


The Poppy Campaign

The Poppy Campaign is the foundation of our Remembrance Program.

. We provide Canadians with the opportunity to Remember by providing them with a Poppy and to participate at Remembrance Day services.

Our Remembrance activities however, go far beyond the two weeks leading up to 11 November each year.

Canadians are generous when they see our Poppy volunteers on the street and the collection trays in the stores.

As a result of this generosity, we are able to ensure that Veterans and their families are cared for and treated with the respect that they deserve.

The willingness to participate in the Poppy Campaign is one of the obligations we undertake when we become members of The Royal Canadian Legion.

All of us must strive to never forget this solemn undertaking — it is part of the debt that we owe to those who have gone before.

It is through the Poppy Campaign and the generosity of our fellow citizens that, in addition to providing assistance to Veterans and their families, we foster the Tradition of Remembrance amongst our youth, the leaders of tomorrow.

The Poppy Campaign commences on the last Friday of October and concludes on November 11.

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"Forgotten"

I was prepared to serve,
I was prepared to be wounded,
I was prepared to die,
However:

When I came home,
I was not prepared
To be forgotten!

Unknown




Our Branches

Click on the Branches of your choice for more information...

000, Quebec Provincial Command
001, Montreal
002, Saint-Hyacinthe
003, Baie Comeau
004, Montreal
(Verdun)
005, Stanstead
010, Sherbrooke
011, Lacolle
012, Lévis
014, Westmount
(Island of Montreal)
015, Richmond
018, Témiscaming
019, Amos
020, Jonquière
(Kénogami)
023, Knowlton
024/106, Montreal
(Notre-Dame-de-Grâce)
025, East Angus
026, Coaticook
027, Montreal
029, Montreal
(Rosemont)
031, La Tuque
033, Gatineau
(Aylmer)
035, Trois-Rivières
036, Rimouski
041, Danville-Windsor
044, Shawinigan
048, Bury
051, Drummondville
054, Gatineau
(Buckingham)
057, Pointe-Claire
(Island of Montreal)
058, Gatineau
(Pointe-Gatineau)
059, Gaspé
062, Valleyfield
064, New Carlisle
066, Montreal
070, Lachute
071, Brownsburgh-Chatham
076, Val-d'Or
077, Waterloo
079, Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu
081, Huntingdon
082, Philipsburg
083, Joliette
085/090, Montreal
(Lachine)
086, Victoriaville
091, Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue
(Island of Montreal)
094, Longueuil
(Greenfield Park)
097, Côte-St-Luc
(Island of Montreal)
098, Montreal
(St-Laurent)
099, Cowansville
101, Shawinigan
(Grand-Mère)
108, Châteauguay
115, Hudson
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
(St-Hubert)
162, Campbell's Bay
165, Sawyerville
171, Morin Heights
172, Cascapédia-St-Jule
173, East of Montreal
185, Deux-Montagnes
187, Maniwaki
188, Rouyn-Noranda
190, St-Jérôme
192, Arundel
(Rouge River)
196, Ormstown
198, Rawdon
203, Chandler
204, Trois-Rivières,
(Cap-de-la-Madeleine)
205, Chénéville
208, Ste-Thérèse
209, Ville de Saguenay
(Jonquière, sector of Arvida)
212, Montreal
(LaSalle)
214, Wakefield
215, Brossard
216, Laval
219, Kahnawake
227, Gatineau
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
(Chomedey)
253, Ste-Anne-des-Monts
261, Barachois
263, Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu,
(Iberville)
265, Québec
266, Boucherville
276, Alma