Results of the 34th National
Annual Remembrance Day Poster & Literary Contest
2017 Zone G5
Public Speaking Contest
throughout Canada sponsor youth programs that include
sports, cadet corps, scouts, leadership training and
Remembrance activities. Our programs are designed to
learn an appreciation for teamwork, leadership, duty and
most importantly, Remembrance.
Legion provides bursaries for post-secondary students,
including those involved in courses and training
programs of a technical and vocational nature. Visit the
Ontario Command website for details on this
program. The application form also can be
obtained from our or any other Legion branch or
The Ottawa Poppy Trust Fund offers two bursaries for
post-secondary students enrolled in programs at Ontario
colleges and universities. Call our branch for more
Westboro Branch wholeheartedly
Canadian Cadet Corps.
We're proud to support three local Cadet units. In
order of seniority of the Services, they are:
As one of our primary goals,
fostering Remembrance is a part of everything we do.
Thanks to the longstanding tradition of the
Literary and Poster Contests, we have been able to
involve Canadian school children in helping us to
promote not only the National Remembrance Day Service,
but also the act of honouring our military heritage.
Deadlines for entries in the Poster and Literary
Contests are determined by the local Legion branches.
Please contact us for
Command also invites students to take part in a
Public Speaking Contest and a
Remembrance Video Contest.
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