ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION
REGINA BRANCH 001
Working for Canada's Veterans
When the Regina Branch of the Royal Canadian Legion was formed in 1926, it was the very first branch to receive its charter - Branch 001.
The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 001 (Regina) is committed to making a difference in the lives of Veterans and their families, providing essential services in our communities, and remembering the men and women who sacrificed for our country.
Making a Difference in the Lives of Canada's Veterans
The Regina Branch has excellent facilities for providing a supportive social atmosphere for Veterans and all members, with a cafeteria and lounge and regular events. We offer a variety of activities and services through the Branch, including programs for youth, the Ladies' Auxiliary, the Branch Museum and special events.
The Regina Branch is responsible for planning and executing services and ceremonies that honour the sacrifices made by Canadian Veterans. Our annual Remembrance Day services take place at Brandt Centre (televised) and at the Cenotaph in Victoria Park each November 11. We also commemorate D-Day each year on the first Sunday in June.
The VetRun program started in 2019 and is a charity run to raise funds for supporting Veterans and their families. You can visit the website at YQR VetRun
Our Annual VetRun helps the Regina Branch Legion continue the work it does to assist Veterans.
"The reason why we believe that change is possible is not because we are idealists but because we believe we have made it, so other people can make it as well."
CONTACT REGINA BRANCH 001, ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION
1820 Cornwall St, Regina, SK S4P 2K2, Canada