Our mission is to provide support to Canada's Servicemen, families, and our own community.

2017 Donation Drive

  • The Royal Canadian Legion in Saskatchewan is launching a donation drive from now until the end of March.
    The drive is geared toward homeless veterans (RCMP and Canadian and Allied Armed Forces personnel) providing them with basic and essential items they cannot afford.
    The public can drop off donations into the barrels at Cabela’s in Regina (4901 Gordon Rd) or at one of our 171 branches across the province.
    The Central Butte Branch will have a box in the Legion for your donations.

    You can drop off your donations from 4 - 10 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays at the Legion
    or text (306) 796-7214 for alternate drop off times / locations.

    We are asking for the following (new) items:

  • backpacks
  • socks and underwear
  • gloves and mitts
  • toques and hats
  • rain ponchos
  • thin blankets and towels
  • sunglasses
  • razors and shaving cream
  • body wash and shampoo
  • feminine hygiene products
  • deodorant
  • toothbrushes and toothpaste
  • snacks and gift certificates for a restaurant (e.g. Subway)
  • re-usable water bottles/travel mugs
  • mosquito repellent

2017 Cash Donations

Central Butte Early Childhood Committee
Central Butte Fire Department
Chinook Library in Central Butte
Palliser Library in Riverhurst
Telemiracle
Central Butte United Church
St. Mary's Catholic Church
Iver Main
Regency Manor
Caribbean Veterans.

The total amount of donation amounts to $10,250.00.
We want to thank all our supporters, volunteers, and members who helped make this possible.

Central Butte Royal Canadian Legion Awards

  • Annual Remembrance Day Poster Contest award
  • North American Marketing Association Contest award

In the past year, Commemorative Pins and Commemorative watches have been presented to veterans of World War II.

In 2016 Cash Donations were sent to:

  • Central Butte Splash Park Project
  • Iver Main Place Personal Care Home
  • Central Butte Library
  • Riverhurst Library
  • United Church of Central Butte and Tugaske
  • St Mary's Catholic Church
  • Central Butte Flyers Senior Men's Hockey
  • Fort McMurray Fire Relief
  • Central Butte School Bursary
  • Telemiracle
  • Cash for Troops Dundurn
  • Paws for Veterans
  • Legion Member Hardship recipients

Correspondence from Dominion Command:

Application form for our Pilgrimage of Remembrance 2017


Information regarding the Poster and Literary Contests:
Literary Contest by Branches
Mass Poppy Memo
Forms for Schools


Mass Poppy Memo
Please meet Brig-a-doon (Brigs for short). Brigs is a loving bundle of joy and energy.
He will be trained to be a service dog in our program.
Right now he is with one of the best trainers in our program.
Special thanks to each of you that has donated to the PAWS for VETERANS program.
You are helping save lives.


Best Western is one of The Royal Canadian Legion Member Benefits Package (MBP) partners. To receive 10 percent off the best available rates at nearly 2,200 hotels in Canada and the United States, as well as other benefits, visit www.bestwestern.com/legion or call 1-800-780-7234 and use the code 01497850.


Hello, all. Check out what Kamsack 024 is doing: starting a bagpipe band!
Here is a request from Jim Woodward, Branch President (and D4Z1 Commander), for bagpipe supplies:
Kamsack Legion is sponsoring a bagpipe band. We are just getting started and are in need of used bagpipe supplies. Would you mind approaching the various branches of Command to see if anyone would have stuff to part with or sell?
Branches, to get a hold of Jim, email him at cgnwoody@gmail.com or phone him at 306-601-9024.


Hello, branches. Yay!! Funding is now available from Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC) for the restoration, expansion or construction of community war memorials.
Please see the guidelines and application form.
For more information, contact 1-866-522-2122 or Julie MacEachern at julie.maceachern@vac-acc.gc.ca.


The Sports Committee is dedicated to making the sports program continue to be viable in the spirit of comradeship. Over the past several months we have been discussing ways to increase participation and to smooth out some of the issues that occur during the events. Following these discussions, we have made the following changes:
1) Golf and Cribbage will start at the branch level, proceed to Zone and District and then proceed to Provincials. Curling, Darts and 8-ball will start at the branch level then proceed directly to Provincials. Bowling will start at the branch, proceed to District and then proceed to Provincials.
2) For Cribbage provincials, the start times for the various categories will be interchanged. This means Singles will play one game, then Doubles will play a game and so forth until all games for each category are played. This will prevent participants from sitting all day before their game even starts and will not affect those who play in multiple categories.
3) The recent golf survey sent to all the branches brought in some good recommendations and with the recommendations, we will be working on an overall strategic plan to enhance the experience.
Last, we are finalizing provincial hosts and dates, mainly just waiting on confirmations. But to start you off...
Curling will held January 27-29, 2017, in Carlyle. The rest will come to you shortly.
The following sports forms are PDF fillable, so you can use your computer to fill them out. Or you can simply print them and use them the old way. (Note, though, that the Golf form is still in the works and will be provided as soon as possible.)
8-Ball | Bowling | Cribbage | Darts | Provincial Curling | Sport Form Guide