“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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The annual Zone A-1 Candy McDowell Memorial Public Speaking contest was held recently with 17 students from 5 Branches competing. Of the 4 categories, Branch 594 placed 1st in 3 of them and placed second
Eleven new members joined the Legion in January 2019. Above are 8 of the new members that were sworn in, with RCL President Tom Friesen & Brian Robinson, Membership Chair on the left. Congratulations and
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.