On November 11, 1918 at 11:00 a.m. – The eleventh hour, of the eleventh day, of the eleventh month, “the war to end all war” came to an end. The guns finally fell silent, bringing to a close four long years of unspeakable war.

November 11, 2018 will mark the monumental gathering in France and Belgium on the occasion of the 100th Anniversary of the end of the Great War, the final events which will bring to a close four years of Remembrance and reflection – a centenary that will also no doubt include various events and ceremonies that will take place across Canada.

Branch News September

Roast Beef Dinner – September 7th
Join us for the Roast Beef dinner  featuring roast beef, potatoes, veggies etc. and including dessert, coffee or tea. Dinner is $12 for everyone except Veterans who pay $10 (with Legion or service card). Children under 5 are no charge. Children 6-11 are $8. Dinner starts at 5pm until 6:30pm

Mess Hall Vets Brunch — September 9th
Serving and former serving members of the Canadian Armed Forces or allied forces are welcome to join us for brunch starting at 11am.

 Wednesday Wing Nights
We have a wing night every Wednesday evening starting at 5pm. Come on out and enjoy some wings with a variety of sauces. Wings are just $8.50 per pound. Everyone is welcome, Legion membership NOT required.

8 Ball Pool Fun
A weekly fun 8-ball takes place on Wednesday evenings. Anyone is welcome to join. Legion membership is NOT required. (more…)

Colborne Legion Receives Silver Cross Donation

Colborne Legion President John Ton and 2nd Vice-President Bill Chisholm were on hand today to receive a donation of a Silver Cross. Lucia Herwig presented the medal on behalf of the estate of the late Comrade Lucille Moore Ferguson. Ms Ferguson was the niece of Private Earl Chancey Moore (top right) who died at Vimy Ridge on May 8, 1917. Ms. Herwig was executor and family friend of Lucille Ferguson.

Pte. Moore was born June 27, 1897 to Andrew and Amanda Moore of Cramahe Township. He enlisted at Cobourg on January 29, 1916 into the 139th Overseas Battalion. He was with the 28th Battalion Canadian Infantry (Saskatchewan Regiment) when he died. (more…)