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Quilt of Valour presentation - Branch 094

July 29, 2022


On July 29, 2022, Mrs. Bonnie Frappier (Representative for Quebec) presented Comrade Norm Cleary with a Quilt of Valour in recognition of his service for Canada in Korea.

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Donation to the Old Brewery Mission Sentinel Program - Branch 115

July 27, 2022


A donation of $2,000.00 was made to the Old Brewery Mission Sentinel Program by Branch 115 Poppy Fund.

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Winners of the "Poster and Literary Contests" - Branch 044

July 20, 2022


It is with great pleasure that the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 044 Lieutenant-Colonel Robert Grondin CD of Shawinigan is proud to present the recipients of the 2021-22 Poster and Literary Contests as part of Remembrance Day.

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


Summer activities - Branch 265

July 20, 2022


June marked the start of summer activities for Branch 265 of the Royal Canadian Legion in Quebec.

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


Support to Carrefour d’entraide bénévole des Bois-Francs - Branch 086

July 7, 2022


Once again this year, the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 086 Arthabaska is supporting the  Carrefour d’entraide bénévole des Bois-Francs.

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


Ambassador for Peace Medal presentation - Branch 094

July 1, 2022


The Ambassador for Peace Medal was presented to comrade Joe Bockus, by Branch President, comrade Cheryl Moores on behalf of the Minister of Veterans for the Republic of Korea.

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Presentation of the Châteauguay-Lacolle Community Volunteer Pin - Branch 108

July 1, 2022


Since being elected in 2015, Brenda Shanahan, Member of Parliament for Châteauguay-Lacolle, regularly recognizes the contributions of citizens to the community.

Comrade François (Frank) Cholette, President of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 108 – Châteauguay is one of the 20 decorated citizens.

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Donation from the Poppy Fund - Branch 147

June 29, 2022


On June 29, Poppy funds were distributed by President, comrade David Innes and 2nd Vice-President and Coordinator of the Poppy Campaign comrade Pierre Plante to the following organizations: Ms. Louise Fleischmann, from the volunteer centre Les p'tit bonheurs and Ms. Mélanie Marsolais of La Maison Victor Gadbois.

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Legionnaire ceremony for comrade Victor Chénard - Branch 036

June 25, 2022


He was a World War II Veteran.

A Legionnaire Ceremony by members of Branch 036, Joseph Kaeble VC, MM, of Rimouski was held on Saturday June 25, 2022.

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


Donation of bursaries at Westwood Senior High School - Branch 115

June 22, 2022


On June 22, Sergeant-at-Arms and Service Officer, comrade Robin Pelletier attended the Graduation Exercises at the Westwood Senior High School and presented five students with bursaries from the Hudson Legion Branch 115 Poppy Fund.

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Sergeant-at Arms sash presented to Comrade Margaret Thomas - Branch 057

June 20, 2022


At a recent general meeting of Pointe-Claire, Qc, Branch 057, the Branch Sergeant-at-Arms sash worn for seventeen years by the late Sergeant-at-Arms Comrade Harry Baggott was presented to Comrade Margaret Thomas, his partner.

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Comrade Paul Goulet, thank you for your involvement and dedication - Branch 083

June 18, 2022


On June 18, 2022, during the Annual General Meeting, Comrade Sylvain Tétreault, President of Branch 083 took this opportunity to present a Legion watch to Comrade Paul Goulet for 10 years of involvement and dedication to our Branch.

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


Visit of the historic military site, Fort Peninsula - Branch 203

June 17, 2022


Yesterday, June 17, 2022, we took an excursion into the past of military history in Gaspésie.

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


Presentation of a quilt - Branch 044

June 13, 2022


Monday, June 13, 2022, at the Résidence des Jardins du Campanile in Shawinigan, the Royal Canadian Legion - Branch 044 Lieutenant-Colonel Robert Grondin CD of Shawinigan in collaboration with the representative of the Canadian Society “Quilt of Valour”, Mrs. Bonnie Frappier, presented a magnificent comfort quilt to our comrade Albert Pellerin who will be 101 years old on August 29th.

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


Donation to the Air Cadet Corps - Branch 035

June 10, 2022


On Friday, June 10, 2022, Comrade Richard Boisclair of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 035 in Trois-Rivières presented a check for $750.00 to the Air Cadet Corps - 226 Chavigny Squadron in Trois-Rivières.

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


A Legion truly serving Veterans - Branch 091

June 6, 2022


Ste Anne's Legion at 28 Ste Anne de Bellevue is located on the Lake Shore with a wonderful view of the Lake.

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D-Day memorial ceremony - Branch 121

June 6, 2022

On June 6, Auclair 121 held a D-Day memorial ceremony.

Wreaths were laid in memory of Walter Cooper and Jean-Jacques Auclair as well as the Canadian Armed Forces Fallen Comrades.

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Tribute to our veterans at the St-Calixte cemetery in Plessisville - Branch 086

June 5, 2022


The cemetery committee (tribute to our veterans) of Branch 086 Arthabaska supports 22 cemeteries in the MRC Arthabaska. The committee selects one veteran per cemetery to honour him on behalf of all the veterans buried in that cemetery.

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


Presentation of medals and service pins - Branch 121

June 5, 2022


The Branch President, comrade Laura Derry awarded medals and service pins to members of Branch 121.

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Presentation of the Canadian Platinum Jubilee emblem to members of the Branch - Branch 121

June 5, 2022


Branch President Laura Derry awarded the Canadian Platinum Jubilee emblem to members for their loyalty and commitment to the Royal Canadian Legion, Auclair, Branch 121.

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Branch 086 Legion Riders

June 4, 2022


In partnership with the "Flame Riders of Victoriaville", the veterans, members of Victoriaville "Branch 086 Legion rider" participated in the motorcycle ride for the fourth edition of "Ride ta Fondation" for the CLSC Suzor-Coté de Victoriaville.

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


Presentation of the Cadet Medal of Excellence - Branch 002

June 1, 2022


On June 1, 2022, the President of Saint-Hyacinthe, Branch 002 presented the Royal Canadian Legion Cadet Medal of Excellence to Cadet Marie Soleil Timmins.

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


Presentation to the Cowansville Cadet Corps - Branch 158

May 27, 2022


Branch 158 presented a $1,000.00 Poppy Fund donation to Cowansville 725 Massey Vanier Air Cadet Squadron.

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Presentation of the Meritorious Service Medal (MSM) - Branch 203

May 27, 2022


On May 27, 2022, during the general assembly, President Henri Vachon, CD of Branch 203 in Chandler presented the Meritorious Service Medal (MSM) to comrade Véra Wall.

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


Presentation of the Legion Medal to two deserving Cadets - Branch 035

May 25, 2022


On May 25, 2022, the end of the year training ceremony for CC 2671 – Sqn772 took place at the Armory of the 12th Canadian Armored Regiment in Trois-Rivières.

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


Donation to the Joliette Cadet Corps - Branch 083

May 22, 2022


Three members of the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 083 of Lanaudière were present for the presentation of medals during the annual review of the Corps de cadets de Joliette.

We took this opportunity to present a check for $1000 for the cadets from the Branch Poppy Fund.

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


Election of the executive committee - Branch 101

May 22, 2022


Present for this election, the representativefrom Quebec Command, comrade Pierre Saint-Louis and the representative from District 15 Vallée du St-Maurice, the past commander, comrade Robert Trépanier.

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


Poppy Fund checks presentation - Branch 035

May 19, 2022


This Thursday, May 19, 2022, the Branch 035 delegation made a donation of $8,000 distributed as follows:

  • Le Havre Foundation; $1000.
  • The Albatros House; 2000$.
  • The R.S.T.R Foundation ; $3000.
  • The Carpe Diem House; $500.
  • The Centre Accalmie suicide prevention; $1500.

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


Donation to the Sainte-Julie Cadet Corps - Branch 147

May 18, 2022


We are happy to present a cheque for $1000 from the 2121 Poppy Campaign to the Saint-Julie Cadet Corps.

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Donation to the Red Cross in support for Ukraine - Branch 245

May 17, 2022


Branch 245 presented the Red Cross with a cheque for $4,450 for Ukraine humanitarian relief effort.

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75th anniversary of the North Shore Historical Society - Branch 003

May 16, 2022


On Monday, May 16, 2022, Branch 003, Quebec North Shore of Baie-Comeau participated in the repatriation of a cannon from Admiral William Phipps' fleet on the occasion of the 75th anniversary (May 16, 1947) of the North Shore Historical Society.

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


Mother's Day dinner - Branch 026

May 16, 2022


Branch 026 of Coaticook organized a dinner to mark Mother's Day.

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


Another century-old veteran at Branch 172

May 15, 2022


Comrade Gerald Dow, a WWII veteran, turned one hundred (100) years old on May 15, 2022.

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Commemoration of the end of the Second World War in Europe - Branch 031

May 7, 2022


On May 7, 2022, Branch 031, Sgt Robert Richards of La Tuque gathered in the Parc Sgt Robert Richards de La Tuque, to commemorate the end of the Second World War in Europe, seventy-seven years ago.

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


Legion member and Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) recognized by Pointe-Claire, Branch 057

May 6, 2022


Comrade Barry Christensen, a member of Branch 057 and a long-serving Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) was recognized recently for his frontline EMT work during the pandemic. Branch President Guy Vallières presented Comrade Christensen with a Legion Certificate of Appreciation and a Legion Service Medal.

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V.E. Day Ceremony in Hemmingford - Branch 244

May 6, 2022


Following the V.E. Day Ceremony, the community of Hemmingford unveiled the new sign naming the park where the cenotaph is located "Veterans Park" to honour all of our veterans. 

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77th Anniversary of the Battle of the Atlantic - Branch 033

May 5, 2022 -


On May 5, 2022, 7 cadets from the Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps LA HULLOISE actively participated in a special ceremony organized by the Legion of Aylmer Branch 033 to mark the 77th Anniversary of the Battle of the Atlantic and the Liberation of the Netherlands.

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Awarding of bursaries - Branch 083

April 29, 2022


On April 29, 2022, the Royal Canadian Legion, Lanaudière Branch 083 awarded a scholarship of $250.00 to Miss Mélika Bergeron.

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


Volunteer Action Gala - Branch 083

April 28, 2022


On the occasion of the Volunteer Action Gala on April 28, the city of Joliette paid tribute to the precious volunteers of Joliette.

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


Presentation of the Ambassador for Peace Medal - Branch 094

April 26, 2022


Veterans Jack Gammon and Norm Cleary received Ambassador for Peace Medal from Branch President Cheryl Moores of Branch 094, Greenfield Park, on behalf of the Republic of Korea for their service in restoring and preserving Korea's freedom and democracy.

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Presentation of service pins - Branch 227

April 26, 2022


During our 26 April 2022 general meeting, we recognized two of our members for the Royal Canadian Legion years service.

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Presentation to Cadet Corps in the region of Quebec City - Branch 265

April 23, 2022


Branch 265 annually awards a trophy to the Cadets Corps that has distinguished itself the most by the money collected and by the number of Cadets involved.

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


Presentation of the Lieutenant Governor Senior’s Medal - Branch 266

April 23, 2022


Comrade Francine Cahour, secretary at Branch 266 Pierre-Boucher, Boucherville, has been awarded the Lieutenant Governor Senior’s Medal, by the Honourable Michel Doyon, for volunteering for the elderly in the Montérégie.

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Presentation of the "Life Membership" certificate - Branch 035

April 16, 2022


Last fall, Comrade Richard Boisclair, Sergeant-at-Arms, proposed to the Executive Council the name of our comrade for this honour. It was, of course, a unanimous choice, and it was Comrade Pierre Samson, 1st Vice-President, who took care of the administrative formalities with the authorities of the Royal Canadian Legion.

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


We take care of ours! - Branch 035

April 13, 2022


This Wednesday, April 13, we paid a surprise visit to our Comrade Marie-Pauline Morin to present her with a new Legion jacket with her 35-year service pin. Marie-Pauline had unfortunately been the victim of a fire which destroyed her belongings.

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


Branch 036 at Expo nature 2022 in Rimouski - Branch 036

April 10 2022


HMCS D'Iberville welcomed Rimouski Branch 036 to its booth, which, for its first presence at such an event, took the opportunity to promote "Heroes mending on the fly" Bas St-Laurent Branch.

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


Honorary Membership presentation - Branch 251

April 9, 2022


Our MNA Guy Ouellette was presented by Branch President, comrade Eric Larsen an Honorary Membership for his "15 years of support to Chomedey Branch 251."

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Yesterday morning I lost my uncle, my godfather but above all a friend - Branch 031

April 5, 2022

Comrade Claude (Ti Cas) Lavoie

Yesterday morning I lost my uncle, my godfather but above all a friend.

Claude had been suffering for a long time. He suffered from an invisible disease. Of those that we do not see physically but that devastate just as much.

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Meliora - "Ever Better" - Branch 120

April 5, 2022


For several months now, our partnership with the Meliora organization, which helps veterans who need an assistance dog, has been a great success with our branch and community.

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



Visit to our comrade Denis Thiffeault - Branch 044

April 4, 2022


It gives me great pleasure today to inform you that I had the privilege, along with our comrade Roger Leroux, of going to Lac à Beauce (La Tuque) to visit our dear comrade Denis Thiffeault and his loving wife Pauline.

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


Cabane à Sucre meal - Branch 121

April 2, 2022


On April 2, over 100 Legion and Mepeq Montérégie East Community Group members were served a free Cabane a Sucre meal thanks to both of these organizations.

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World War II battle of Hong Kong Veteran Philip Doddridge turned 100 years old - Branch 172

April 2, 2022


On April 2, 2022, members of Branch 172 gathered at the home of comrade Philip Doddridge on his 100th anniversary.

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Poppy Campaign 2022, Honorary President - Branch 035

March29, 2022


It is with great pleasure that I announce that Mrs. Geneviève Dubois, Mayor of Nicolet, has kindly agreed to act as ''Honorary President of the 2022 Poppy Campaign''.

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


Elections and Awards night - Branch 121

March 26, 2022


On March 26, Auclair 121 held their Elections and Awards night.

In addition, our newly elected President Laura Derry was presented with the Legionnaire of Year Award from Comrade Norman Shelton.

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Donation from the Poppy Committee - Branch 027

March 25, 2022


On March 25, 2022, the Poppy Committee of Montreal Jean-Brillant Branch 027 presented a check for $600.00 to the organization "Les Cadets de L'Assomption" to allow them to continue their activities and for their participation in Remembrance Days. 

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


Presentation of a quilt - Branch 033

March 24, 2022 -


On Thursday March 24th, 2022, The Quilts of Valour™ - Canada Society presented a quilt to retired Sergeant Stéphane Belley in recognition of his service in the Afghanistan combat mission.

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Donation from the Ladies Auxiliary - Branch 094

March 23, 2022


The President of the Ladies Auxiliary, Shirley Miller presents a check in the amount of $5000.00 to Cheryl Moores, President of Branch 094.

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Presentation of the Legionnaire of the Year certificate - Branch 147

March 22, 2022


Congratulations to comrade Pierre Plante on receiving this year's "Legionnaire of the Year award"

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St. Patrick’s Day celebration - Branch 115

March 19, 2022

The Naval Reserve Band along with the Black Watch pipes and drums took part in the recent St. Patrick’s Day celebration parade.


Our Legion main hall was filled after the parade with members of both groups plus friends and participants.

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Project for Ukraine - Branch 265

March 18, 2022


Last Friday, March 18, the members of the branch got involved and collected donations of clothing for immigrants arriving at the organization "Mieux être immigrants" de Québec (MEI).


In addition, a fundraiser among the members of the branch made it possible to collect an amount of $1,000 which was given on March 22 to Mrs. Natalya Lituvk, herself an immigrant from Ukraine. These funds will be used to transport refugees from Ukraine to Canada and Quebec.

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


Well-deserved recognition, outstanding service - Branch 265

March 13, 2022


On March 13, Branch 265 of the Royal Canadian Legion in Quebec presented Comrade Laurent Lefebvre, aged 86, with his 65 years pin of loyal service.

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


Donation to the Cadets Corps 2974 ANTWERP of Lavaltrie - Branch 083

March 11, 2022


On March 11, 2022, the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 083 of Lanaudière presented a check for $1,000.00 to the Cadets Corps 2974 ANVERS of Lavaltrie.

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


Our Branch 041 is celebrating its 90th anniversary this year - Branch 041

March 9, 2022


Although we will be celebrating and highlighting our 90th anniversary in a nice way over the next few months, many of our comrades are long-time, loyal partners, as we can see in this photo.

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


A nice changing of the guard is taking shape within our Branch - Branch 041

March 9, 2022


Here are appearing on the horizon six (6) people from the different communities of our large MRC des Sources (including 3 former members of the Canadian Armed Forces), who really want to get involved in honoring and supporting Canada's veterans, including members currently serving in the Canadian Armed Forces and their families, as well as serving our community organizations in the region.

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


New members at our Branch - Branch 041

March 9, 2022


Always very interesting to see that there is a new generation on the horizon to give us a hand. Currently, our branch has 37 members.

Of this number, a large majority are quite old, and many have serious health problems.

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


Donation for Ukrainian Refugees - Branch 033

March 5, 2022


On Saturday, March 5, 2022, Aylmer Branch 033 “Happy Knitters” donated more than 1500 Izzy comfort dolls to Ottawa's Ukrainian Orthodox Hall, a designated drop off location for humanitarian aid donations for Ukraine.

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Donation to the Cadets Corps 2973 ARRAS of Saint-Félix-de-Valois - Branch 083

March 4, 2022


On March 4, 2022, the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 083 of Lanaudière presented a check for $1,000.00 to the Cadets Corps 2973 ARRAS of Saint-Félix-de-Valois.

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


Donation to the Cadets Corps of Joliette - Branch 083

March 4, 2022


On March 4, 2022, the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 083 of Lanaudière presented a check for $1,000.00 to the Cadets Corps of Joliette.

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


Neuractiv Support for Royal Canadian Legion Veterans - Branch 204

February 28 2022


It is with great pleasure that we would like to thank Neuractiv for their donation of models to the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 204, as part of Operation VetBuild, an initiative to help veterans suffering from mental health problems.

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Essential support for our veterans - Branch 265

February 23, 2022


Quebec Branch 265 of the Royal Canadian Legion provides assistance to veterans who request it. This help can be individual or group. This is the case of the organization “Heroes mending on the fly Canada”.

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


SOS (Soldiers Of Suicide) - Branch 099

February 22, 2022


This annual ceremony is held in February in memory of soldiers who took their own lives as a result of post-traumatic stress disorder.

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


Donation to the “Fondation Centre d'action bénévole de la Vallée-du-Richelieu” - Branch 121

February 22, 2022


Branch 121 presented a cheque for $600.00 to “Fondation Centre d'action bénévole de la Vallée-du-Richelieu” whose goal is to fight against poverty and social exclusion.

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Sugar shack at Dany's - Branch 035

February 17, 2022


Branch 035 invites you to a sugar shack to be held Friday, April 8, 2022 at 11:30 a.m. at Dany's located at 195 de la Sablière, Trois-Rivières (Pointe-du-Lac sector).

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


2020-21 Remembrance Day Poster Contest Recipients - Branch 044

February 10, 2022


It is with great pleasure that Branch 044 of Shawinigan is proud to present the winners of the 2020-21 poster contest as part of Remembrance Day.

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


Donation to “Aux sources du Bassin de Chambly” - Branch 121

February 9, 2022


Branch 121 presented a check for $600.00 to the “Aux sources du Bassin de Chambly” who helps, supports and accompanies families and individuals with a view to developing autonomy in terms of food and material security.

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New Life Members at Branch 003

February 7, 2022


On Monday, February 7, 2022, the Royal Canadian Legion awarded Life Membership certificates to two members with over 30 years of volunteer service each with Branch 003 Quebec North Shore in Baie-Comeau.

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


Presentation of a check to the self-help centre Le Grain d'Sel - Branch 121

February 6, 2022


Presentation of a cheque to the amount of $600.00 to the volunteers of Le Grain d'Sel a self-help centre that fights against poverty and social exclusion.

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Young volunteers from Serge-Bouchard high school - Branch 003

February 3, 2022


On Thursday, February 3, 2022, six (6) students from the International School program at Serge-Bouchard High School received certificates of appreciation for their participation in the 2021 Annual Poppy Campaign fundraiser during a Baie-Comeau DRAKKAR game.

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


Regional winners of the Legion's annual poster and literary contests - Branch 003

February 2, 2022


On Wednesday February 2, 2022, the Royal Canadian Legion Baie-Comeau Branch 003 presented certificates and cash prizes to the regional winners of the Legion's annual poster and literary contests.

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


Young volunteers from Baie-Comeau High School - Branch 003

February 2, 2022


On Wednesday, February 2, 2022, four young students from Baie-Comeau High School received Legion Certificates of Appreciation for their participation at WALMART in the 2021 National Poppy Campaign at Baie-Comeau Branch 003.

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


Poppy Fund donation to the Center for Help by Nature, Animals and Therapy - Branch 120

January 26, 2022


Branch 120 in Mascouche is pleased to support the organization CANAT, whose mission is to provide a place for Canadian Armed Forces veterans to meet, share and rejuvenate, so that they can flourish in civilian life.

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


90th anniversary lapel pin - Branch 035

December 20, 2021


The pin commemorating the 90th anniversary of our branch has finally arrived. The original idea came from Cde Éric de Wallens, in order to highlight the event. In the colours of the Royal Canadian Legion, the design is the work of Madame Andréanne Boucher, daughter of our Cde Michel Boucher and graphic designer by profession.

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


A well-deserved donation - Branch 265

December 20, 2021


On December 20, Branch 265 of the Royal Canadian Legion in Quebec City presented a check for $1,800.00 to the Valcartier Military Family Resource Center.

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


Le Souvenir, 90th Anniversary...
A very special edition! - Branch 035

December 17, 2021


When the 90th anniversary special edition of our Branch newspaper Le Souvenir was published, we received a message from Mr. François Gélinas, who wanted a copy.

This native of Trois-Rivières, now living in Montreal, is the son of the late Comrade Jos E. Gélinas, veteran of the First World War and president of our branch in 1961. It should be noted that 2 of François's brothers also served during World War II.

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


Awarding of bursaries - Branch 083

December 17, 2021


On December 17, 2021, the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 083 of Lanaudière awarded two bursaries in the amount of $ 250.00 each.

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Christmas sweets! - Branch 035

December 14, 2021


It was Tuesday, December 14, that a group of legionnaires met at the Stratos Ste-Marguerite restaurant, in order to distribute the Christmas sweets.

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Last regular meeting of the members of Branch 041 Danville-Windsor, to close the year 2021 - Branch 041

December 14, 2021


It was on a rather fraternal and humorous note that the very last reunion of a rather shortened year ended. Thus, nearly a dozen comrades met on this day to conclude the 89th year of activity of our Branch.

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Holiday dinner 2021 - Branch 083

December 14, 2021


On Tuesday, December 14, we took advantage of the holiday dinner to celebrate and present to comrade Ghislaine Boucher a medal for having served a 2-year mandate as sports and recreation directors of our Branch.

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The Aylmer Happy Knitters - Branch 033

December 13, 2021


On Monday, December 13, Manon Grégoire-Fleury and Lyne Leblanc from the "The Aylmer Happy Knitters" knitting group had the wonderful opportunity to give a heartfelt gift to the residents of the Center Renaissance d’Aylmer.

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Unveiling of plaques - Branch 209

December 10, 2021


On December 10, Branch 209 Arvida unveiled significant plaques for our Branch.

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Presentation of the certificate and the national medal of the Royal Canadian Legion 2021 Cadet of the Year - Branch 209

December9, 2021


On December 9, 2021, Warrant Officer 1st Class Tommy Harvey from the Jonquière, 634 cadets’ Squadron, received the Royal Canadian Legion's Cadet of the Year 2021 national medal and certificate.

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


Donation to Cadet Corps 2852 of Coaticook - Branch 026

December 8, 2021


On December 8, 2021, Branch 026 HMCS Coaticook, of Coaticook, presented a check for $1,835.00 to Cadet Corps 2852 of Coaticook.

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


Aide-de-camp Lieutenant Governor of Quebec - Branch 002

December 7, 2021


Comrade Guy Doiron Capt (ret) CD, A of C. President of Branch 002 Saint-Hyacinthe is the first veteran member of a Royal Canadian Legion to be appointed aide-de-camp to a Lieutenant Governor.

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Donation to the Sutton Elementary School Breakfast Campaign - Branch 082

December 7, 2021


President Liz Gendreau of the Royal Canadian Legion Philipsburg Branch 082 presented a check in the amount of $ 1000 to Sutton Branch 158 for the Sutton Elementary School Breakfast Campaign.

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Despite the pandemic, an exceptional Poppy campaign! - Branch 265

December 6, 2021


Branch 265 of the Royal Canadian Legion wishes to thank the people of Quebec City and the participating businesses for their generosity.

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


Paul-Emile Beaumier receives the Quilt of Valour - Branch 035

December 5, 2021


Last Sunday, December 5, 2021, it was the turn of a Fusiliers du Mont-Royal Veteran who took part in two landings, among other things. That of Dieppe on August 19, 1942, and that of Normandy, on June 6, 1944, Mr. Paul-Emile Beaumier, residing in Louiseville, to receive the quilt.

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


Annual Veterans Dinner - Branch 044

December 5, 2021


The Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 044, Lieutenant-Colonel Robert Grondin CD of Shawinigan held its annual Veterans Dinner on December 5, 2021 at the Auberge des Gouverneurs, a date which also coincided with International Volunteer Day.

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“Bene Merenti De Patria” Prize awarded to two Veterans - Branch 044

December 1st, 2021


General Manager Martin Gélinas and General President Marie-Anne Alepin, both of the Société Saint-Jean Baptise de Montréal (SSJB) were in Shawinigan on Wednesday December 1, 2021 to present the "Bene Merenti Medal of Patria "to our last two brave WWII veterans.

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Poppy Campaign 2021 - Branch 079

December 1st 2021


It is the sum of $ 40,886.68 that the Branch collected during its Poppy campaign and to thank the volunteers of this campaign, they were all invited to a meal at the Branch on December 1st.

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Donation from the Poppy Funds - Branch 251

November 26, 2021


Poppy Chairman Shannon Westlake (in uniform) makes a donation of $500.00 to the Parents’ Committee of the 100 Laval Squadron - Royal Canadian Air Cadets.

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Medal for 50 Years of Legion Service - Branch 003

November 18, 2021


Thursday, November 18, two members of Branch 003 Quebec North Shore in Baie-Comeau received the 50 Years of Service Medal from the Dominion Command of the Royal Canadian Legion.

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Ceremony in Montreal at Park Jean-Brillant - Branch 027

November 14, 2021


Each year, Madame Suzanne Brillant brings her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren together around the cenotaph of her uncle, Lieutenant Jean-Brillant, in Jean-Brillant park.

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Remembrance Day Ceremony 2021 - Branch 044

November 14, 2021


Members of the Royal Canadian Legion - Branch 044 Lieutenant-Colonel Robert Grondin CD from Shawinigan held their Remembrance Day celebration on Sunday November 14, 2021.

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Remembrance Day Ceremony 2021 - Branch 083

November 14, 2021


On Sunday, November 14, 2021, Lanaudière, Branch 083 of the Royal Canadian Legion organized a Remembrance Day ceremony.

Very beautiful ceremony appreciated by all those present.

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Remembrance Day 2021 - Branch 003

November 11, 2021


On Thursday, November 11, 2021, the Baie-Comeau Branch of the Royal Canadian Legion held its 82nd Remembrance Day ceremony at the cenotaph in Parc des Pionniers.

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Remembrance Day Ceremony at L'Assomption - Branch 027

November 11, 2021


A Remembrance ceremony was held in L'Assomption on November 11 under the responsibility of the L’Assomption Tributes to Veterans Committee, of which 5 members belong to the Legion, Branch 027, Jean-Brillant VC.

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Remembrance day 2021 Aylmer Branch 033

November 11, 2021


In September 2021, the Aylmer Legion Branch 033 Knitting Group invited the community to participate in a project to mark the 100th Anniversary of the Poppy and to promote the importance of remembering all those who served our country and who sacrificed everything for us.

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A nice visit - Branch 035

November 11, 2021


Thursday, November 11, Mrs. Shelly B. Forest, from the Residence Les Terrasses Dominicaines, invited us to come and meet residents as part of Remembrance Day.

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Monument to the Braves - Branch 036

November 11, 2021


Photo taken during the Remembrance Day ceremony on November 11, 2021 at the monument to the Braves in Rimouski.

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Remembrance Day Ceremonies - Branch 041

November 11, 2021


After an interruption of one year in face-to-face due to restrictions linked to Covid last year, three ceremonies were held this year in front of the 3 cenotaphs of the vast territory of the Legion, Branch 041, in Windsor and Danville on Saturday, November 6, as well as in Val-des-Sources (formerly Asbestos), on Thursday, November 11 at 11 a.m.

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Remembrance Day at Château Bellevue in Shawinigan - Branch 044

November 11, 2021


The Royal Canadian Legion - Branch 044 of Shawinigan jointly with the Director-General of Château Bellevue, Mr. Gaétan Daviau and the Director of Recreation also of the Château, Mr. Michael Bergeron, held Thursday, November 11, 2021, a Remembrance Day ceremony modified for the pleasure and entertainment for the residents of Château Bellevue in Shawinigan. Beautiful stories and videos were presented to the residents. The room was packed and included more than 150 people.

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Cenotaph in honour of Canadian soldiers located at the old Prévost station - Branch 190

November 11, 2021


In the first place, this is an idea of Mr. Yvon Blondin. Citizen of Prévost. Following the disappearance of the old monument (1980s), he decided to replace this important Cenotaph.

We of the Legion, Branch 190, have accompanied him in his efforts, for which we extend our gratitude to him.

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Remembrance Day celebration in Ville-Marie, Témiscamingue - Branch 188

November 11, 2021


On November 11, 2021, three members of the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 188 of Rouyn-Noranda decided to hold a first celebration of Remembrance Day, in Ville-Marie, Témiscamingue.

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Honour to Marcel Aubin - Branch 209

November11, 2021


On the occasion of the remembrance ceremony on November 11, Cde Marcel Aubin, the last WWII veteran from Branch 209, took the salute with the Commander of the 3rd Wing at Base Bagotville.

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Remembrance Day, 2021 - Branch 238

November 11, 2021


The ceremony was held in the presence of the members of the legion on Thursday, November 11, 2021 at 11:00 a.m.

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Inauguration of a reserved parking space for veterans - Branch 238

November 11, 2021


It was on Remembrance Day that the Municipality of McMasterville inaugurated a parking space reserved for veterans who have a license plate to that effect.

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Poppy Campaign 2021 in photos - Branch 083

November 10, 2021


The Poppy 2021 campaign is over. A big THANK YOU to all the members and volunteers for your involvement.

A big THANK YOU to the cadet corps for their involvement.

Note: the masks were removed only for the taking of the photos.

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Remembrance Walk - Branch 033

November 8, 2021


For the fourth year, the Walk of Remembrance was organized by the members of the Aylmer Legion during Veterans' Week. To never forget our local heroes, a poppy was placed on their graves in Saint Paul and Bellevue cemeteries on Sunday, November 7.

Lest We Forget

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2021, Remembrance Day ceremony - Branch 012

November 7, 2021


On November 7, 2021, at 11:00 a.m., the Remembrance Day ceremony organized by Branch 012, Commandeur Alphonse-Desjardins took place at the Parc de la Paix located in the city of Lévis.

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The man I knew - Branch 091

November 7, 2021


Kevin McCready was not only a brave individual as a Police Officer but also was a committed Legion member who not only served as Ste Anne-de Bellevue Branch President for many years but also was District Commander of District 6 for many years as well.

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Catching up at Branch 091

November 7, 2021


Due to the Covid virus many things you know were put on hold. During our remembrance service on Nov 7th we at the legion did two important catch up items.

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2021 Remembrance Day Ceremony - Branch 094

November 7, 2021


A Remembrance Day Ceremony took place on Sunday, November 7, 2021, at 1:00 p.m. at the Cenotaph in front to Greenfield Park City Hall.

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Cenotaph Arvida - Branch 209

November 7, 2021


As part of a project in collaboration with the Arvida Heritage Recognition Committee (AHRC) to refresh the Arvida cenotaph.

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Annual Poppy campaign - Branch 003

November 6, 2021


On Saturday, November 6, young people from Baie-Comeau High School got involved in the poppy campaign by offering it at Walmart.

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Remembrance Day services - Branch 185

November 6, 2021


On Saturday, November 6, 2021, at 1 p.m. the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 185, Maple Leaf District 11, held its Remembrance Day Services at Hillcrest and St Agapit Cemeteries in Deux-Montagnes, QC.

And at 2 p.m. we had our Memorial Service at the Branch Cenotaph.

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Remembrance Day Ceremony - Branch 188

November 6, 2021


Remembrance Day ceremony in Rouyn-Noranda was held on November 6th, 2021.

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The Remembrance Week game - Branch 003

November 3, 2021


On Wednesday, November 3, 2021, the Baie-Comeau Branch 003 of the Royal Canadian Legion took part in the official face-off at the DRAKKAR game to mark the start of Remembrance Week 2021.

Our thanks to the generous contributors of the annual Poppy Campaign.

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The Souvenir Mug - La Forge du Malt, Trois-Rivières - Branch 035

November 3, 2021


This beer is a New England style IPA to which hibiscus flower has been added.

La Chope du Souvenir is a collaboration between La Forge du Malt and La Chope.

The beer is brewed to mark the 100th anniversary of the poppy and the 90th anniversary of Branch 035 of the Royal Canadian Legion.

For each beer sold, a portion of the sales will be donated to the Poppy Fund of Branch 035.

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Awareness initiative of Branch 033 in conjunction with Cadet Corps 2644 (Régiment de Hull)

November 2, 2021


During Spring 2021 the Aylmer Legion approached Cadet Corps 2644 (Régiment de Hull) to suggest that they participate in an awareness initiative about Remembrance of our local heroes who have passed away but are not forgotten.

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 Special podcast - Remembrance Day - Branch 035

October 31, 2021



This 3-hour program, hosted by my son Charles, received around ten veterans for the occasion.

Among the guests who came to tell an anecdote or talk about Remembrance are; Cde Jacques Pellan, past president; Cde Pierre Samson, 1st vice-president; Cde Gaston Vadnais, personnel officer; Cde Éric de Wallens, public relations officer; Cde William Vincent, webmaster; Cde Daniel Bergeron; Cde Michel Langevin, president of Branch 204; Cde Yves Boucher, 1st vice-president Branch 204; Cde Luc Bergeron, Branch 276 (Alma); Mr. Steve Turpin, UN / NATO.

Because it is important to remember...

Stéphane Vincent
President

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Presentation of the 1st Poppy, city of Lévis - Branch 012

October 29, 2021


On October 29, 2021, the 1st Poppy for the 2021 campaign was presented at the town hall of the city of Lévis, as well as the Poppy flower commemorating the 100th anniversary of the use of this flower to commemorate the memory of our fallen.

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The first poppy, a hundred years later - Branch 035

October 29, 2021


In this year of the ninetieth anniversary of our branch of the Royal Canadian Legion, it was important to me to bring these former Nicoletans out of the shadows during a ceremony in order to honour them during the Poppy Campaign.

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Eric de Wallens
Public Relations Officer
Branch 035
Trois-Rivières


Poppy campaign 2021 - Branch 108

October 29, 2021


Presentation of the first Poppies to our Government Officials on Friday 29 October 2021 in our new building.

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Launch of the 2021 Poppy campaign - Branch 265

October 28, 2021


To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Poppy on October 28, Branch 265 of the Royal Canadian Legion launched its annual Poppy Campaign.

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Donation of a bursary - Branch 083

October 27, 2021


The Royal Canadian Legion, branch 083 of Lanaudière proceeded to the presentation of a scholarship of $ 250.00 to Miss Cathy Bonneau from the Poppy Fund of the Branch.

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Initiative to mark the 100th Anniversary of the Remembrance Poppy - Branch 033

October 26, 2021


Thanks to the community for supporting our knitted and crocheted poppies, an initiative to create a special installation to mark the 100th anniversary of the Poppy.

Together, since September, we have made over 1800 poppies!!!

Thank you everyone!

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Honour to our Veterans - Branch 035

October 26, 2021


When the Nicolet Catholic cemetery opened in 1895, the designers did not foresee a place to bury the Veterans who had served the country.

In my research, I identified forty-three people who served Canada.

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Eric de Wallens
Public Relations Officer
Branch 035
Trois-Rivières


2021 Poppy Campaign - Branch 044

October 26, 2021


As has been the tradition for several years now at this time of year, we receive in the Mayor's living room members of the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 44 of Shawinigan. This morning was the official launch of the 2021 Poppy Campaign, which this year has been around for 100 years ... to never forget the human cost of conflict throughout history.

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Inauguration of the « The Poppy Trail » - Branch 004

October 25, 2021


On October 25, Branch 004 participated in the inauguration of the “Poppy Trail” to remember our Veterans in Crawford Park Verdun in the company of the municipal councillor of the city of Montreal and member of Branch 004, comrade Sterling Downey.

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Colour Party at the Ottawa Senators game - Branch 033

October25, 2021


On Monday October 25th, 2021, the Aylmer Legion Branch #33 Colour Party was given the honour to participate during the pregame ceremony of the NHL Ottawa Senators game vs Washington Capitals.

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Corporal Paul-Emile Beaumier. Fusiliers Mont-Royal - Branch 035

October 24, 2021


Mr. Beaumier is the oldest member of Branch 35 of the Royal Canadian Legion, in fact, on October 24, 2021, Paul-Emile celebrated his hundredth birthday with great pomp, in Mauricie, in Louiseville. It was surrounded by his family present on the site and by video conference, but also friends, that he shared a dinner without forgetting his birthday cake. Always very alert and straightforward as an "i" Paul-Emile arrived on the arm of his niece, Madame Gignac, in the dining room just in time to drink a glass of champagne in honour of the hundredth year of a busy life. Still very alert, just a few days ago he was picking up the dead leaves that had fallen on those beautiful autumn days.

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Branch 033, 90th anniversary

October 23, 2021


The Aylmer Legion celebrated its 90th Anniversary on Saturday October 23rd at the Aydelu Recreation Center in Aylmer, Qc.

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Presentation of the first Poppy - Branch 003

October 18, 2021


Mr. Yves Montigny, Mayor of Baie-Comeau, received the first Poppy of the year 2021 as the city's first citizen from the hands of Comrade Gabriel Chouinard, member of Branch 003 and former air cadet in 1957 of Baie-Comeau 654 Squadron.

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Donation to the “Cite De La Sante Palliative care unit” - Branch 251

October 17, 2021


At the general meeting held on October 17, 2021, branch 251 presented a donation in the amount of $4,000.00 to the “Cite De La Sante Palliative care” in Laval,Qc.

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Resumption of face-to-face ceremonies on the territory of Branch 041 Danville-Windsor

October 15, 2021


Like many Branches across Quebec and Canada, our organization decided at its recent regular meeting to go ahead with face-to-face ceremonies for the 2021 Remembrance Day commemoration.

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First face-to-face meeting in a year, for members of the Legion - Branch 041

October 15, 2021


It goes without saying that it was a very beautiful moment of fraternal reunion for the 9 members present, after a very involuntary break of a full year, due to health restrictions linked to the Covid. And without wanting to make up for lost time, the evening's agenda contained a fairly full menu.

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Donation to Veteran's Elite Canines - Branch 082

October 11, 2021


With your support we are extremely happy and honoured to donate $3000.00 to Veteran’s Elite Canines, more specifically towards the training of service dog named Safire (pictured above), who went home with his veteran this past week.

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Presentation of a certificate and a commemorative medal - Branch 003

October 3, 2021


On Sunday October 3, 2021, the Royal Canadian Legion presented a certificate and a commemorative medal from the National Command of the Legion to Sergeant Dollard Boudreau, CD, leader of Patrol 31 of the 2nd Canadian Ranger Group of Havre St-Pierre in appreciation for his 4 years of involvement in the national Poppy campaign, symbol of remembrance and sacrifice of our veterans.

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Honorary President, Poppy Campaign 2021 - Branch 035

October1st, 2021


I have the privilege and the pleasure to present to you our honorary president of the 2021 campaign, Mr. Jean-Guy Dubois, mayor of Bécancour. With a career spanning more than 24 years serving the citizens of Bécancour, Mr. Dubois is a well-known figure in the region. This family man, involved in his community, has always been sensitive to the cause of veterans and first responders. It was under his mandate that the cenotaph located at the Hôtel de Ville de Bécancour was inaugurated.

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Honours to the Poppy - Branch 276

September 20, 2021



Above are photos of the Alma Footbridge which has been illuminated in red since July 6 and will be until November 11 in honour of the Poppy 100th.

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A first, it has been a long time - Branch 035

September 19, 2021


The Royal Canadian Legion - Branch 035 (Trois-Rivières) held its first General Assembly since… the start of the pandemic.

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Several members of the 041 executive, make a point of maintaining contact with the more isolated members during COVID - Branch 041

September 15, 2021


Although this photo dates from November 2020, during our last face-to-face meeting as we say now. The fact remains that all our members are so keen to get together to continue holding the various activities on the program of our Branch.

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Small flag gesture - Branch 041

September 14, 2021


Like other Branches of the Royal Canadian Legion here and across the country, our local organization is keen to establish this noble tradition more and more on an annual basis.

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Flags of Remembrance 2021 - Branch 082

September 11, 2021


One hundred and twenty heights (128) Canadian flags were displayed outside the Philipsburg Branch 082 on September 11, 2021.

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Shawinigan: the Royal Legion celebrates two centenarians - Branch 044

Source: Le Nouvelliste numérique
September 10, 2021


The Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 44, Shawinigan had two centenarians to celebrate on Friday. The veterans organization paid tribute to one of the few WWII veterans still alive today, who was celebrating his 100th birthday this week. The Legion also took the opportunity to mark the 100th anniversary of the adoption of the poppy as a symbol of remembrance.

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Windsor Veterans Cenotaph will be fully restored over the next few weeks - Branch 041

September 1st, 2021


This was recently decided by the executive committee of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 041 Danville-Windsor. After having restored and refreshed the cenotaph of the City of Danville in 2018 and that of the City of Val-des-Sources in 2019, a thorough and careful inspection was ordered for the remarkable cenotaph of Windsor. Everything was done through an exhaustive evaluation of the work to be undertaken without delay, in order to be able to preserve more adequately and completely, all the different components of the imposing granite structure.

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Branch 265 marks a weekend of comradeship

September 2021


On Friday, Saturday and Sunday, September 10, 11 and 12 the first meetings of the Branch were held since the new health standards on the pandemic.

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The Legion Branch 041 Danville-Windsor, in editorial mode

August 29, 2021


Currently, a working committee including, among others, the president of Branch 041, Mrs. Micheline Charest, as well as Major (ret) Robert McKeage (on the photo), has been active for a few good weeks already, in close collaboration with Mr. Normand. Desharnais of DHCS (Danville. History. Culture. Society), in order to prepare and produce a brochure which will highlight the erection of the famous cenotaph commemorating the two world wars (14-18 and 39-45), as well as the Korean War, in the heart of the City of Danville on Tuesday, May 24, 1921.

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Poppy Fund donation to the Vaudreuil Soulanges Palliative Care Residence - Branch 115

August 26, 2021


Poppy Chairman, comrade John Dalgarno presented a check for $2,000.00 from our Legion Poppy Fund to Mrs. Patricia Sévigny who is the new Philanthropic Development Consultant of the Vaudreuil Soulanges Palliative Care Residence here in Hudson.

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Supporting an institution for 28 years - Branch 003

August 12, 2021


On Thursday August 12, Baie-Comeau, Quebec North Shore, Branch 003 of the Royal Canadian Legion participated in the annual golf tournament of the end-of-life house "La Vallée des Roseaux" in Baie-Comeau.

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203, Chandler
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