“From an early age in school and during my time in Army Cadets, the Legion was always there to support the youth. As a veteran who served 40 years and 2 months in the Canadian Infantry, I saw first hand how our Canadian Legions supported their veterans and serving members of our great military. As a member of a Legion, I thoroughly enjoy the comradeship and many activities. There is no better organization or club to belong to.”
Morris Brause ~ Veteran & Executive Member
“The Legion is important to me, with a friendly atmosphere where you can visit with friends, partake in sporting events or play cards. You can even enjoy a friendly drink of your choosing along with some great food.”
John Antaya - Legion Treasurer
“My father, Frank Friesen, was a Canadian WWII Veteran who fought in the Netherlands & Germany. He lost a leg to a Schu-mine less than a month before the war ended. I am a Legion member to honour him and those who have served our country then and now. “Proudly Serving Those Who Served!”
Tom Friesen - President
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Fostering Remembrance is a part of everything we do. Through the Royal Canadian Legion's longstanding , Canadian school children honour Canada’s Veterans through creative art and writing to help perpetuate Remembrance. Branch Competition results are
Mixed Dart Players Wanted Great group of social dart players are looking for players; Teams play every other Saturday night; Registration is Wednesday August 28th at 7:00 p.m. at the Legion; League play begins on
Sponsorship is important to maintain our Legion and continue in the veteran community works that it performs. Become a part of the tradition by sponsoring this branch today or by considering leaving a legacy fund in memory.