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News - All - 20 Mar 2018

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Veterans: 20 Mar 2018
Rebecca Calder,- Provincial Service Officer./Wednesday March 28th,at 10:00am to 12:00noon

Rebecca Calder,- Provincial Service Officer./Wednesday March 28th,2018.at 10:00am to 12:00noon

The Provincial Service Officer from the London Office, will be visiting Branch 50 Kitchener on Wednesday March 28,2018 at 10:00am.

And she will be interviewing anyone who has War Disability Pension concerns,or other Veterans concerns.All Veterans can receive her help,you do not have to be a Legion Member to receive her help.


Please phone Corey(Branch Office Administrator)for an appointment to speak to with Rebecca.
Please sign up at the notice on the Legion Notice Board.
Corey can be contacted at # 519-745-5101



1. War Disabilty Pension Applicaions,Reviews,and Appeals.
2. Treatment for Entitled Veterans.
3. Applications for Benevolent Funds.
4. War Veterans Allowances, including Widows



About The Legion

Established in 1926,There is strength in numbers. With more than 275,000 members in over 1,400 branches, The Royal Canadian Legion reaches across our vast country and abroad and connects us to our past, our present and our future. Our members care deeply about supporting the men and women who serve and have served this country, and strive to make a difference.

The Legion is Canada’s largest Veteran and community service organization. Our membership includes currently serving and retired Canadian Armed Forces and Royal Canadian Mounted Police members, as well as the mothers and fathers, wives and husbands, sons and daughters, and grandchildren of Veterans. Each of these individuals is impacted by the care our Veterans receive and the issues affecting them.

We also welcome into our membership those without military affiliation who support Canada’s Veterans. Legion members, whether they have served or not, help Veterans and their families, promote Remembrance, support Legion programs, and volunteer their time to provide essential services within their communities. Without Legion volunteers, the tremendous programs and services the Legion provides to our Veterans and their families would disappear.

We are proud and honoured by the work our members do for Veterans, and we welcome all Canadians to join and stand with us to honour and help those who serve and have served.





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