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    Public Meeting in Port Blandford on Proposed Timber Harvest
    ... lumber for commercial purposes. Opponents say it amounts to clearcutting in an area which is more dependent on tourism than a forest industry. Two commercial companies plan to harvest timber for sawmills in the immediate area, and the Goulds as ...

  • Victoria Lookout

    Base employees to tackle gruelling Wounded Warrior run
    Victoria Lookout
    They were flanked by first responders from the Colwood Fire Department, West Shore RCMP, a colour guard from the Royal Canadian Legion Branch No. 91, Colwood Mayor Carol Hamilton and members of the Victoria Grizzlies junior hockey team, who were there ...

  • CTV News

    Quebec vets push to make Remembrance Day a statutory holiday
    CTV News
    A group of veterans is pushing for Quebec to adopt Remembrance Day as an official statutory holiday. “It would commemorate in a more official fashion the sacrifices our veterans have made and including their families,” said veteran Kenneth Ouellet ...

  • The Ace has been chased!
    Royal Canadian Legion Branch #23 president Brent Hunter congratulated Schmidtke on tracking down the ace and added that the build up over the past few weeks has been a lot of fun to watch. “The last little while, [the draw] has really picked up some ...

  • Lethbridge Herald

    Taking time to honour Canada's flag - The Lethbridge Herald
    Lethbridge Herald
    J.W. Schnarr Lethbridge Herald jwschnarr@lethbridgeherald.com Canadians across the country took time on Thursday to honour the flag and celebrate Flag Day.

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  • National Post

    Private member's bill which makes Remembrance Day a 'legal holiday' faces resistance from Canadian Legion
    National Post
    The bill breezed through the House and the Senate, in part because it simply put Remembrance Day on equal footing with the other holidays and nothing more. But the change has been met with resistance from the Royal Canadian Legion, which is worried it ...

  • Fort McMurray Today

    Local veterans join nationwide protest for changes to benefits program
    Fort McMurray Today
    A crowd gathered outside Fort McMurray's Royal Canadian Legion branch Thursday morning to protest federal changes to benefits for veterans, joining other rallies across Canada. During speeches under the cenotaph at the Waterways location ...

  • The Sarnia Journal

    'Chase the Ace' craze reinvigorates city's Legion hall
    The Sarnia Journal
    Proceeds from Catch the Ace support veterans and a myriad of youth-oriented and seniors' causes. Bar sales help maintain the Legion building. The increase in beer and liquor sales is helping keep the doors open, said Burgess. “The writing was on the ...

  • SooToday

    Some people can retire at 19 (7 photos)
    The 2310 cadets organization is celebrating its 70th anniversary in 2018, the Legion's Branch 25 its 90th. Males and females can join the 2310 Army Cadets at age 12, and are retired from the cadets at 19. “It's an excellent program,” said Captain ...

  • CTV News

    PEI legion to apologize after Sikh man reportedly asked to remove headdress
    CTV News
    TIGNISH, P.E.I. - The president of a P.E.I. branch of the Royal Canadian Legion is expected to apologize after a Sikh man was reportedly asked to remove his religious head covering and heckled with racist remarks. Jaswinder Singh Dhaliwal told the ...
    Tignish, PEI, legion to issue apology for demanding Sikh man remove religious head coveringThe Guardian
    Woman Threatened To "Rip" Off Sikh Man's Turban In Canada ClubNDTV
    Canadian Club Apologizes to Sikh Man After Racist Comments ...teleSUR English
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