District 8

Of The Royal Canadian Legion

Legion Members

A Part Of Your Community

Legion members care deeply about supporting the men and women who serve this country and want to make a difference in the lives of Veterans, contribute to our communities, and Remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our Country.

When you join the Legion, you support the many services we offer to Veterans, serving military, RCMP, and their families.


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The District 8 Legion consists of 22 separate but uniquely individual branches.

Area A consists of Calmar (#266), Cherhill (#184), Devon (#247), Ex-Service Women (#215), Jasper Place (#255), Leduc (#108), Mayerthorpe (#126), Morinville (#176), Onoway (#132), Sangudo (#123), Spruce Grove (#281), Stony Plain (#256), St. Albert (#271) and Whitecourt (#44)

Area B is home to Cadomin (#124), Drayton Valley (#269), Evansburg (#196), Grande Cache (#278), Hinton (#249), Jasper (#31), Joe Wynne - Edson (#51), and Wildwood (#149)

The Ladies Auxiliary can also be found at the following branches: Calmar (#266), Cherhill (#184), Drayton Valley (#269), Evansburg (#196), Grande Cache (#278), Hinton (#249), Jasper Place (#255), Joe Wynne - Edson (#51), Leduc (#108), Mayerthorpe (#126), Morinville (#176), Sangudo (#123), Spruce Grove (#281), Stony Plain (#256), and St. Albert (#271).

There are so many ways to remember and honour our Veterans.

Wear a poppy.

Attend your local Remembrance Day ceremony on November 11th.

Thank a Veteran by sending a postcard for peace.

Teachers can order some free learning materials and use the Teacher’s Guide to lead a classroom on a remembrance journey.

Students can read a remembrance newspaper written just for K-Grade 2, K-Grade 6 and for Grade 7 and above.

Anyone can and should talk to a friend or relative who served with the Canadian Armed Forces in Afghanistan or in other areas of conflict.

View Heroes Remember videos and listen to Veterans talk about their experiences.

Plant your own Garden of Remembrance.

We have these veterans to thank for our freedoms that we enjoy, and we shall never forget.

Remembrance Day Is Friday November 11th

Canada’s Veterans - Strong, Proud and Free

Each year in November, hundreds of commemorative ceremonies and events take place across the country to commemorate Veterans’ Week and Remembrance Day. These are opportunities for all Canadians to recognize the contribution our Veterans have made and to honour those who made the ultimate sacrifice on behalf of Canada.