The Legion is a democratic, non-partisan, member based organization. We endeavour to make a difference in the lives of Veterans, including military and RCMP members and their families; to support our communities and our country, and to always remember the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country.
The Royal Canadian Legion’s major governing forum is its bi-annual Dominion Convention. All members of the organization are represented by delegates who vote on resolutions and determine national policies as well as the organization’s overall direction. The “Committee Reports and Resolutions” document, which contains the proposed national resolutions, is provided to every Branch for review prior to the Convention.
The election of the Dominion President and members of the Senior Elected Officers, positions held for two years, is conducted at Dominion Convention.
After Convention, a “Convention Report and Proceedings” document, identifying the resolutions that have been passed, is made available to every Branch. The document is also shared with government departments for their review and feedback. A summary “Comments on Resolutions” document is later produced.
46th Dominion Convention – June 11-15, 2016
The 46th Dominion Convention was held in St. John’s, Newfoundland in June, 2016.
Speeches and workshops presented during Convention in St. John’s are available for download: Click here
47th Dominion Convention – August 25-29, 2018
The 47th Dominion Convention will be held in Winnipeg, Manitoba in August, 2018. Delegates from Legion Branches across Canada, Europe, the USA and Mexico will gather to develop the policies and direction that will guide our way into the future.