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The Rise of the Independents in Cape Breton
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Political seeds planted by local activism
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The Western Star
Maritimers and Newfoundlanders at war: The sympathy, the pride and the patriotism
On Remembrance Day, bells of peace will ring again from coast to coast
Impact of First World War on families was remarkable, says Antigonish blogger
Royal Canadian Legion: the names and faces change, the mandate is the same
The poppy: a lasting symbol of remembrance
Through ups and downs, P.E.I. stands as evidence the legion has its place
SUMMERSIDE, P.E.I. - Given its population, you wouldn’t expect Prince Edward Island to have had 33 successful legion branches in its heyday. “There were quite a few, and there still are, when you think about the population of the ...
New Brunswick legion’s ladies’ auxiliary members happy to shoulder responsibility
SACKVILLE, N.B. - They’re a hard-working, dedicated bunch. Jean Stevens is past provincial president of the Royal Canadian Legion’s Ladies’ Auxiliaries in New Brunswick. “We know, as the ladies’ auxiliary, that we ...
New Brunswick's legions continue to serve communities, despite declining numbers
SACKVILLE, N.B. - Legions across Canada are charged with assuring those have fallen in battle and have served are remembered forever. And six New Brunswick veterans continue to take the responsibility very seriously, improvising as necessary, ...
'The legion has a job to do': Former president of Nova Scotia/Nunavut Command reflects on change
HALIFAX, N.S. - With more than 100 branches in Nova Scotia, the Royal Canadian Legion has stood the test of time. “It’s certainly evolved over the last 92 years,” said Steve Wessell, immediate past-president of the ...