Honouring Service Men and Women at Branch #91
The Royal Canadian Legion is a non-profit Canadian ex-service organization (veterans organization) founded in 1925, with more than 400,000 members worldwide.
Royal Canadian Legion Branch #91 In Langford, BC
Who We Are
Your local Royal Canadian Legion is a cornerstone of the community where families go to socialize. At 400,000 thousand members strong, the Legion is Canada’s community gathering place since 1926.
WHAT WE DO
Branch #91 (Langford) houses not only the Legion itself but also the Goldstream Food Bank Society, Christmas Food Hamper, Emergency Social Services, Metchosin & South Vancouver Island Lions Clubs, Boy Scouts & Girl Guides.
WE GIVE BACK
Along with the West Shore Poppy Fund, we annually donate 90K to these communities through social activities, supporting seniors, developing youth leaders as well as those who’ve suffered illness or injury arising from Military service.
Convenient to everything; major shopping malls, local speciality shops, banks, post office, Doctors, Dentist, walk-in Clinics, Victoria General Hospital, Seniors Centre, par three and champion class 18 hole golf courses, nature trails, swimming pool, curling and skating rink, library, some only 2 km from your new home. Also, there is excellent transportation to downtown core.
Join us and get support
We support a multitude of programs
Become a Member
For only $55/yr you can become a member to one of the oldest organizations in Canada. Founded 85 years ago The Royal Canadian Legion continues to be a prominent presence in communities across Canada. Each membership includes a subscription to Legion Magazine.
Honouring Service Men & Women
Membership includes people who have served as current and former military, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, provincial and municipal police, direct relatives of members and also affiliated members.
Founded in 1925 as the Canadian Legion of the British Empire Services League, it was incorporated by Parliament in 1926. In 1962, Elizabeth II gave the Legion the right to affix the word “Royal” to its name. The Queen of Canada, is royal patron of the Legion and the Governor General of Canada is also traditionally appointed as a patron of the group.
Historically the Legion Hall was the social centre of many Canadian towns. This was especially the case in the provinces with severe restrictions on the sale of alcohol, rules the legions were generally exempt from.
On this site, you will find information on Branch #91’s Entertainment, Sports Activities, Memberships, Veterans’ Links, and Branch Contacts.
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