About Legion 133

Find out more about the Port Coquitlam Royal Canadian Legion…

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Contact Us

Mailing Address: PORT COQUITLAM LEGION #133 2675 Shaughnessy Street, Port Coquitlam, BC  V3C 0B9 Legion Office Phone Number: 604-942-8911 Legion Lounge Phone Number: 778-285-1659 Fax Number: 778-285-2523 Email Address: legion133@yahoo.com Please Note: The Main entrance & parking are at the back of the building. View Larger Map

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Hours of Operation

The Legion is open:   Sunday: CLOSED Monday: 3:00pm – 11:00pm Tuesday: 12:00pm (noon) – 1:00am Wednesday: 12:00pm (noon) – 1:00am Thursday: 12:00pm (noon) – 1:00am Friday: 12:00pm (noon) – 1:00am Saturday: 12:00pm (noon) – 1:00am Please Note: The Port Coquitlam Legion may close earlier (than shown above) if there are less than 10 members present.

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Legion Executive

  Position Name Alternate Duties President John Brown Zone Delegate, House and Grounds 1st Vice President George Dixon Service Office, Honours & Awards 2nd Vice President Werner Froemgen House and Grounds, Poppy Chair Secretary/Treasurer Bev Moudatsos F&M Committee Chair Recording Secretary Irene Brown Ways and Means Past President Shirley Dunford Education, Zone Delegate Membership Carol …

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Legion Programs

BC/Yukon Veteran’s Transition programs The Veterans Transition Program is the only program of its kind in Canada, where former service personnel can receive support for trauma-related stress, career transitions and family relationships. It is a group-based opportunity—offered free-of-charge—to former members of the Canadian Forces & RCMP. For more information, visit http://www.legionbcyukon.ca/content/veterans-transition-programs. Program objectives to successfully …

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The History of the Port Coquitlam Legion

THE GREAT WAR VETERANS ASSOCIATION (GWAC) On April 10, 1917, representatives of 147 Veterans associations met in WINNIPEG to form the GREAT WAR VETERANS ASSOCIATION. A year later in 1918, the Federal Government summoned an advisory Committee from the GWAC to advise it on how best to absorb returning soldiers into civilian life. The GREAT …

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