Poppy Fund

Langford Legion president Norm Scott said he will always remember those who fought for freedom in Canada. (Goldstream Gazette file photo)

Langford Legion’s poppy campaign to help community, keep Remembrance Day traditions alive

Langford Legion’s president said he thinks the importance of Remembrance Day is disappearing.


Students from Wishart Elementary School joined representatives from the City of Colwood, staff and members of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 91 at City Hall on Friday for the launch of the 2018 poppy campaigns. Students had some thoughtful questions for the veterans, asking how old they were when they joined the military, what it was like to be in the war, and whether they had been affected by PTSD. (Photo courtesy of the City of Colwood)

Annual poppy campaign kicks off Friday

Langford Mayor Stew Young receives first poppy, urges residents to support the cause


Royal Canadian Legion Prince Edward Branch 91 president, Norm Scott, said there is a need for poppy campaign volunteers this year, with the campaign starting on Oct. 26 and leading up to Remembrance Day. (Gazette file photo)

Royal Canadian Legion seeks poppy campaign volunteers

Langford Legion president targets $100,000 raised by poppies

  • Oct 24, 2018