Every year, the Legion conducts the Poppy Campaign to honour those who serve, and to raise funds in support of Veterans and their families. From the last Friday in October to Remembrance Day, all Canadians can be a part of the campaign. Wear a poppy, attend a ceremony, and show your recognition for those who…Details
If you are driving down Memorial Drive this month, you will notice more than 3,200 white crosses on display just west of Centre Street. This annual display, which is now in its ninth year, honours Southern Albertan soldiers who lost their lives fighting for our country. These crosses mark those that have paid the ultimate…Details
On October 27, a brave group from our Lethbridge MFRC traveled to the Haunted Mansion in Warner, AB for a Halloween Fright Night. The group visited the mysterious maze, took a mini railway ride through the many acres of spookiness and walked through a pumpkin patch in the forbidden forest. We hope that everyone had…Details
The Calgary MFRC will be making care packages for deployed Canadian Armed Forces Members and Reservists on Monday, October 23. If you would like to come and help out, we’d love the support. Date: Monday, October 23 Time: 6:30 p.m. Place: The Military Museums (4520 Crowchild Trail SW, Calgary, AB) If you have a family member…Details
Our most sincere thank you to all of the attendees, sponsors, invited guests & volunteers at this year’s Breakfast on the Bridge. This event helped raise $182,444.18 for the mental health and wellness programs at the Calgary MFRC. Thank you for supporting our local military families!
The LifeLine App is the National free Suicide Prevention and Awareness App that offers access and guidance to support for those suffering in crisis and those who have suffered the devastating loss of a loved one from suicide. The LifeLine App also provides awareness education and prevention strategies to guide people in crisis all across…Details
Canada will host this year’s Invictus Games, which means that 550 wounded warriors will compete against each other in 12 adaptive sports. The games will take place in Toronto from Sept. 23 to 30. Competitors will go for gold in archery, cycling, golf, indoor rowing, power-lifting, sitting volleyball, swimming, wheelchair basketball, rugby and tennis, athletics…Details