Royal Canadian Legion

President’s Message

Karen Graczyk

Welcome everyone to your branch 171 of the Royal Canadian Legion.

I am please and honoured to serve this great Veteran’s organization as President for the this term and look forward to working with an active and knowledgeable executive.

We are working together with new members and new ideas, in support of our veterans and their families, our community and our youth.

We invite new members (no military background needed), to join and take part in activities in a friendly relaxed atmosphere.  

Feel free to drop by and check us out or speak with any of our executive and /or staff for the facts you need.

Cheers!! See you soon!

Karen Graczyk
President

We aim to keep you up to date with all of our various activities and events, special entertainment and monthly calendar and newsletter sponsored by your local Legion branch.

Legion buildingLegion building

We invite you to view the active monthly calendar which provides more information regarding our scheduled events.

Lounge

As the years take their toll on Canada’s veteran population, the Legion needs the infusion of new blood in order to maintain the many services provided by the Royal Canadian Legion to communities like ours across Canada. Membership was originally restricted to those who had served in Canada’s Armed Forces and Merchant Navy.

Guy Zimmerman and the fallen
Guy Zimmerman and the fallen

The Royal Canadian Legion is proud of its military heritage and still maintains close ties with the Armed Forces today; however, over the years, categories of membership have evolved to include members of our close knit community.

Please, feel free to come visit with us in our air-conditioned lounge.

Lounge

We offer friendly and courteous staff to serve you, a meeting hall with a projection system available, big screen TV and free WiFi in the lounge.