Langford Legion

David Stocks, president of the Westshore Rotary Club, Belinda LeBlanc and Grant Vandale with the Langford Legion show off the Westshore Lobsterfest poster in the legion’s kitchen. The event takes place on Saturday, March 31. 
(Kendra Wong/News Gazette staff)

Enjoy ‘messy’ fun at Westshore Lobsterfest this month

Funds raised go towards local initiatives

 

Cheap treasures 
at the Legion

Cheap treasures at the Legion

Ladies Auxiliary hosts annual book sale and mini garage sale Feb. 3

 

The Legion has applied to have their liquor license increased to support the addition of an outdoor patio. (Gazette file photo)

Legion liquor license request causes controversy

Langford council votes against recommending patio extension

 

Hundreds of people gathered at Veterans Memorial Park in Langford for Remembrance Day. (Jessica Fedigan/News Gazette staff)

WATCH: Remembrance Day at Veterans Memorial Park

Hundreds gathered to remember those who fought and those who still fight for freedom

Hundreds of people gathered at Veterans Memorial Park in Langford for Remembrance Day. (Jessica Fedigan/News Gazette staff)
Volunteer Alan Muir stands outside the Western Foods on Goldstream Avenue receiving donations for the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 91’s annual poppy campaign. (Kendra Wong/News Gazette staff)

Legion poppy donations benefit more than veterans

Donations collected go directly back into the community

Volunteer Alan Muir stands outside the Western Foods on Goldstream Avenue receiving donations for the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 91’s annual poppy campaign. (Kendra Wong/News Gazette staff)
Not just an old boys club anymore

Not just an old boys club anymore

Langford Legion open to all, not just veterans and families

Not just an old boys club anymore
The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 91 officially unveiled the planted acorn tree that came from Vimy Ridge. (Jessica Fedigan/News Gazette staff)

Royal Canadian Legion Branch 91 adds new memorial to Veterans Memorial Park

Acorn tree from Vimy Ridge planted in rememberance of those who fought for freedom

The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 91 officially unveiled the planted acorn tree that came from Vimy Ridge. (Jessica Fedigan/News Gazette staff)
The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 91 kicked off its annual poppy campaign Friday. Premier John Horgan and Colwood Mayor Carol Hamilton were the first to receive poppies. (Katherine Engqvist/News Gazette staff)

Royal Canadian Legion kicks off its West Shore poppy campaign

Premier John Horgan receives the first poppy

The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 91 kicked off its annual poppy campaign Friday. Premier John Horgan and Colwood Mayor Carol Hamilton were the first to receive poppies. (Katherine Engqvist/News Gazette staff)