Comrade Alf Tait receives the Minister of Veterans Affairs Commendation.
Homebound Library Service The Homebound Library Service is a volunteer-supported program that provides ongoing home delivery of library materials. Materials are selected and checked out by Winnipeg Public Library staff, with once-a-month delivery by a screened volunteer. Who can use this service? – Individuals unable to visit a library due to longer-term illness, infirmity or […]
RCL Br# 100 – Charleswood fosters a special relationship with Oak Park High School and when we heard about the challenges that the school was having with regards to fund raising for the Gil Bramwell Field Renovation Project we, as part of the Charleswood Community, wanted to assist them with this huge undertaking. Our Branch […]
“Most of us will not do great things in our life time but, we can do small things with great love.” – Mother Theresa Most of our days are packed full… not enough time, not enough energy to do everything on our list; so it can be difficult to add more to our day. Let’s […]
The Charleswood Legion is a diverse Service Organization serving a culturally diverse Charleswood community. We continue to oversee the growth and evolution of our organization as we honour and remember our Military and “Adapt” to the future; while at the same time preserving it’s heritage. Our common goal is to REMEMBER and help our community. We […]
History of the Tank This tank, Model M4A2 76mm (W) HVSS serial number 69139 was built by the Fisher Tank Division, of General Motors, Detroit Michigan, in April of 1945. One of 2915 of this particular model built between May 1944 and May 1945, it was intended for delivery to Russia under the Lend-Lease program, […]