The Royal Canadian Legion’s mission is to serve veterans, which includes serving military and RCMP members and their families, to promote remembrance and to serve our communities and our country.
March 17 9:00pm
UPDATE: BC Health Minister has deemed that Bars and Pubs shall close. Therefore the Legion will comply and remain closed until further notice.
March 17 11:23am
Under the direction of Dominion and BCYukon Commands and our local health authorities, the Branch must make decisions based on the health and welfare of our members, staff and community.
The exposure safeguards presently being implemented and observed throughout the community show there is a need to protect the spread of this virus. Our membership is at high risk and deserve to be protected.
That being said our Branch will cease extra activities, this to include meat draws, Saturday entertainment, euchre and dart leagues for the foreseeable future. Reinstatement of such will only be done when the above noted authorities give that approval.
The Branch will remain open Tuesday - Saturday 12-5pm until such time as conditions warrant a closure. The current state of the pandemic locally will be monitored daily for this reason.
We have made hand disinfectant available and placed tissues on lounge tables. The Branch will be cleaned daily with disinfectant product on all counters, tables, chairs, door knobs and doors, etc.
I urge members and/guests who have travelled into the country recently to observe the Health Authorities request to self isolate as per their direction to further protect our membership and curtail the spread of this virus.
Question can be directed to our office at 250-334-4911
President Courtenay Branch 17
Our Service Officer is available during this challenging time at
250 702 5966 or
The unique circumstances that our military men and women face often makes the transition back to civilian life challenging. The Royal Canadian Legion is here to assist Veterans in getting the help and supports they need. Many Veterans will visit a local Legion Branch to request assistance. Volunteer Branch Service Officers are the boots-on-the-ground, and are available to assist with Legion paperwork, and refer Veterans to a Legion Command Service Officer for assistance with Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC) disability benefits. All Veterans services through the Legion are offered free of charge, and you don’t have to be a member to get help. Click here for more
The Ladies’ Auxiliary is a non-profit organization operated separate from The Royal Canadian Legion… but together they thrive.
The Ladies’ Auxiliary originated during the First World War when women were asked to help wounded Veterans returning home, and to provide supports for their families. When The Royal Canadian Legion was established in 1926, these women were a welcomed addition at Legion Branches as they continued the tradition of volunteering to support needy ex-service personnel, and to enrich the programs and activities of the Branch.
Where is your Social Club in the Comox Valley?
The Legion in Courtenay of course!
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