In The News
Inside Out: Army Signals Corps base was known to few
March 13, 2019
A Canadian Army facility in one of Perth’s neighbouring
townships from 1962 until 1994 was known to few local
residents, and even fewer have ever set eyes on it. There
was little to see anyway, as most of it was underground.
the Ace winner in Perth with $13,100 prize
by Laurie Weir
Jan 27, 2019
There’s been a winner
of the illusive Catch the Ace in Perth.
Bill Don, an avid
dart player at the Perth Royal Canadian Legion Branch 244
was the winner of $13,100 after the draw on Friday, Jan. 25.
Shadow Box Presentation
Hall of Remembrance Museum
February 1st, 2019
Two Perth area men were honoured at our Hall of
Remembrance Museum today, with the presentation of
shadow boxes which have been crafted by MWO (Ret) Ken
Miles, MMM, CD, of Pembroke.
Hundreds gather in Perth during Remembrance Day service
by Laurie Weir
November 11th, 2018
gathered Sunday, Nov. 11 in Perth for the Remembrance Day
Memorial Service, hosted by the Perth-Upon-Tay Legion Branch
Pilot William Kyle honoured at museum
October 25, 2018 by Terry O’Hearn
One of the most prominent exhibits at the Perth
Legion Hall of Remembrance Museum commemorates Perth’s
Flying Officer William Kyle and five other crewmen, who went
missing during World War II over the jungle of what was then
known as Burma, and is now Myanmar. (More)
Legion supports veteran attending Perth’s
Project Trauma Support
Jul 31, 2018 by
Desmond Devoy Perth Courier
Unfortunately, Perth’s Project Trauma Support program has
proven to be very popular.
With 14 "cohorts" so far, and with a total of 150 first
responders and military personnel having gone through the
PTSD program at Tay River Reflections Medical spa, the
program has also recently embarked on a partnership of sorts
with the Perth Royal Canadian Legion Branch 244.
10 July 1899 - 03 November
June 2018 - Elmwood Cemetery, Perth, Ontario
With the help of Perth Upon Tay, Branch 244 , Royal
Canadian Legion replaced a 100 year old rotted cross
erected by the Gamble family in memory of Andrew Gamble,
killed at the 2nd Battle of Passchendaele.