To be eligible, members must be in good standing and should have their membership card for the year in which the championship is being held in their possession at the site of the championship.
There is strength in numbers. With more than 44,000 members in over 147 branches, The Royal Canadian Legion reaches across BC and the Yukon and connects us to our past, our present and our future. Our members care deeply about supporting the men and women who serve and have served this country, and strive to make a difference.
A group of Legion Riders may form a Unit at their local Branch to coordinate local activities, to raise funds and to participate in community motorcycle rides. Volunteer to start a Unit or coordinate Legion Riders activities in your area!
Any current Legion Member of The Royal Canadian Legion may join Legion Riders. If you are not a current Legion member, join the Legion today! You don’t have to be a Veteran to be a member of the Legion, and anyone 18+ can join.
It's official! The Legion has its own motorcycle units . . . LEGION RIDERS. Become a Legion Rider and share your pride in the Legion!
As a non-profit, membership supported, volunteer organization, the Legion enjoys an actively engaged strong membership. As a service to our members, we are proud to offer our BC Yukon Member benefits program.
The following excellent businesses offer products and services to Legion members in good standing – often with discounts or extra benefits.
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For our members, the BC/Yukon Command Sports Committee offers five different member sports, and investigates the option of including more on an ongoing basis. Through involvement on the local level, members are able to compete either as singles, doubles or teams, depending on the sport. Depending on their success, they may go on to compete at the national level, and, in some cases, they continue their involvement in the sport to even more success.
Did you know that each year, Legion members contribute over 600,000 hours to community causes?
Volunteerism is one of The Royal Canadian Legion’s core activities. At its heart, the Legion is a grassroots organization that has its greatest impact through volunteer, community-based activities. Legionnaires comprise one of the largest volunteer bases in the country, committing millions of volunteer hours each year.
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.