One of the principles on which The Royal Canadian Legion was founded is a solemn remembrance of Canadians who gave their lives so our nation might be free. Their most important responsibility is maintaining the tradition of Remembrance in Canada.
The Annual Poppy-Remembrance Campaign is an opportunity to remind Canadians of the men and women who died during military service. It is also the major public fund-raising blitz for the Legion–money raised from the poppy campaign can only be used for service, ex-service personnel and their dependents or authorized community service projects.
No Military Affiliation required for Membership or to enjoy the facilities/entertainment/fun.
Activities for All Ages
TO ALL VETERANS
April 1, 2021 – April 30, 2021, 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Royal Canadian Legion #215 50/50
April 15, 2021 – May 29, 2021, 12:00 AM to 11:59 PM
Toonie 50/50 Draw
Draw date,draw will be made on during the meat draw.
Enter your name and tel # on the envelope, put a Toonie in the envelope and drop it in the ticket drum at the bar.Draw date . Ask your bartender for an envelope.
The Legion offers 2 Halls that can be joined together to make one large hall great for all events! Meetings, Anniversary Parties, Christmas Parties, Wedding Socials and any other function you are hosting!
The Dieppe Hall has a capacity of 136 people, Canuck Hall has a capacity of 146. There is a divider between the Halls for a smaller room or open up the partition and make one large room with a capacity of 280!
Everyone is welcome; no military affiliation is required. Anyone can become a fraternal member without being a veteran. Come on by see the activities and feel the fun. Becoming a member is easy. Fill out a form or call any of the contact people listed below for more information. Initiation is your 1st step in joining your Legion Family.