>The Royal Canadian Legion is committed to ensuring Canadians never forget. Through our programs and events, we remember and thank all who have served and sacrificed for our country. We also produce, every year, a Military Service Recognition Book.
>The Royal Canadian Legion is also engaged in the community through: Poster & Literacy Contest for Youth (English and French), Bursary & Scholarships: We offer 10 bursaries and 10 scholarships to students entering into their first year of post-secondary education. To qualify, students must be a resident of Saskatchewan and a child, grandchild or great-grandchild of a current – or former – serving member of the Canadian Armed or Allied Forces or RCMP.
>We also offer educational resources such as a service to support : Applications for Mental Health First Aid Training
>Contact with Mobile crisis, social services, Regina Police, PACT, Peer Supports, Mental Health First Aid.
>Constant checking in and offer resources such as:
>Application for a Service Dog through PAWS for Veterans
>Homeless Veterans Assistance through Leave the Streets Behind
>Applications for our Wellness Program
>Constant checking in and offer resources such as: Applications for Disability Benefits from Veterans Affairs Canada, Applications for a variety of Veteran’s Transition Programs, The Veterans Independence Program, Veteran’s Widows Inquiries, Long Term Care Inquiries, Last Post Fund Inquiries
>Constant checking in of our clients and support in their various administrative procedures and needs
>Regularly checkin with veterans, still serving CAF and RCMP members, families, widows and widowers.