REPRISE DES ACTIVITÉS DE LA LIGUE NAVALE

Chers amis et collègues, Je suis heureux de vous annoncer aujourd’hui de bonnes nouvelles après ce qui s’est avéré être l’année la plus difficile que nous ayons tous connue, collectivement et individuellement. Cette dernière année nous a mis au défi de penser de manière créative, de nous appuyer les uns sur les autres et de regarder au-delà de nous-mêmes pour assurer la sécurité de nos communautés. …

RESUMPTION OF NAVY LEAGUE ACTIVITIES

Dear friends and colleagues, I am pleased to be reaching out today with some good news after what has proven to be the most difficult year we have all experienced, collectively, and individually. This last year has challenged us to think creatively, lean on one another for support, and look beyond ourselves to keep our …

NATIONAL AWARD RECIPIENTS 2021

Do you know who Amelia Monteith, Caitlin Taylor, Cindy Cui, Emily Mowat, Kevin Daeninck, Don D’Souza, and Anne-Marie Fournier are? Perhaps, you’re wondering what they all have in common. To start with, they are all highly engaged in their communities, they are active citizens who care for the well-being of their colleagues, and they all happen to be members of the Navy League of Canada. …

September COVID-19 Update: A Message from the National President

The last few months have been difficult for everyone adjusting to the implications of the COVID-19 pandemic across Canada. Provinces are easing restrictions on a regional basis and the reopening of local businesses and modifications of social-distancing guidelines shows how hard all Canadians have been working to maintain our communities safe. …

BRAVO ZULU TO THE NATIONAL AWARD RECIPIENTS OF 2020!

On Saturday, 25 April 2020, the Navy League of Canada held its National Annual General Meeting (AGM). Although unconventionally held in a virtual space, the National AGM illuminated this dark time that we are currently navigating through back to normalcy; specifically, a handful of Navy League members were commended for their outstanding community efforts throughout …

IMPORTANT UPDATE: COVID-19

For the last 125 years, the Navy League of Canada has stood by its communities fulfilling its mission to provide support to youth across the nation. In the interest of global efforts to keep Canadians everywhere safe, the Navy League of Canada has decided that all in-person Navy League activities are cancelled until 31 August 2020. …

COVID-19 UPDATE NO. 2

Over the last few weeks we have been monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic and its developments in Canada and abroad. As the federal and provincial governments update their recommendations to prevent the spread of this virus, it is becoming abundantly clear that Canadians must make every effort to follow the recommendations set out by Canadian health authorities. …

A MAN, A BOAT, AND A FIRE: THE STORY OF AN OUTSTANDING NL COMMUNITY MEMBER

Passion is a virtue, and that is something that Mr. Jacques Drouin demonstrated to the Marina de Hull on July 29th, 2018 when a boat engulfed in flames floated towards its docking area. An avid boater and involved member of the Navy League of Canada’s Outaouais Branch, Jacques Drouin triples up as the manager of …

THE NAVY LEAGUE CELEBRATES 125 YEARS OF CANADIAN SUPPORT

A whopping 125 year ago, the British-founded Navy League established a Branch in Toronto, which marked the official inauguration of the Navy League of Canada. Although the organization’s objectives have evolved throughout time and space, the Navy League of Canada has remained loyal to its ontological roots, which embody …

COVID-19 UPDATE: The Navy League of Canada

– Message from the National President – Over the last few weeks we have been monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic and its developments in Canada and abroad. As the federal and provincial governments update their recommendations to prevent the spread of this virus, it is becoming abundantly clear that Canadians must make every effort to follow …

WELCOME ABOARD MATT WATERMAN!

The presidential tide turned in April 2019 for the Navy League of Canada as the organization welcomed its 37th president and newest captain, Matt Waterman. Although he is new to his presidential role, his history with the Navy League of Canada is longstanding: Matt has been a member of the Navy League community for a whopping 40 years. …