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  Wednesday   11:30 - 9:30 PM
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  Friday   11:30 - 12:00 AM
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Riverside Branch 255​​
​ 5645 Wyandotte St.E
​Windsor, Ontario
​N8S 1M4


​PHONE: 519 - 945 - 2012
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The Royal Canadian Legion is a
​non-profit Canadian ex-service organization (veterans organization) founded in 1925.
​The R​oyal Canadian Legion is Canada’s
​largest Veteran support and community
​service organization. ​Our more than 300,000 members in over 1400 Branches across
​Canada make a difference in the lives of Veterans and their families, provide essential services within our communities, and Remember the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice for our Country.

The Riverside Legion Branch 255
Where EVERYONE is welcome​!
You don't have to be a member
​to enjoy our facilities.​

Always great things happening at Branch 255 !​​

​  Everything on this site I believe to be correct, however I can not guarantee that all the information is accurate.
 Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or further information.
  Also, let me know if you spot any 
   ​errors or mistakes in names, dates and times. 

​It is presently being updated on a regular basis.

    Enjoy your visit here,
​and come ​back soon! 

​Thank You. Elaine Dunn  
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​​Website Coordinator​ since 2010
All is subject to change to accommodate any special
 event taking place.

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Bulletin Editor
​Elaine Dunn Since 2010
Royal Canadian Legion Riverside Branch 255​
Royal Canadian Legion Riverside Branch 255​
I have a request. I’m in my last semester and I have to write a feature story on a topic I find interesting. One such a topic is how Canadian soldiers who served in the middle-east in combative capacity and suffer from PTSD are treated to reintegrate and heal.

A feature story is one where a lot of time and effort is put in.
​I will also interview specialists in the field and also other individuals who perhaps know something about it.

If you could give me any leads, someone who fits this profile and would be willing to share their story, I would really appreciate it.

Kind regards,

Bernard de Vaal Jr
Graduate journalist at St. Clair College, Windsor, Ont.
Since 1934
 Thursday, February 22nd at 7PM
All Members are encouraged to come​​.