I thought I’d post this very interesting article on the wearing of Sikh headdress in legions. I too thought this issue had been done and dusty in the 1980’s. However, I saw the video from the event at the Tignish legion branch. I have to say the customers in attendance probably have never heard of legion by-laws, or indeed read the legion hand book. Its a long article and can be accessed at the link below, its a very interesting read.
c. Legion Dress – Headdress. It is not normal practice for headdress to be worn indoors with the exception of the Sergeant-at-Arms, Colour Bearer(s), members of the Ladies Auxiliary, by members whose religious doctrine or customs require that the head be covered and by Officers presiding at official functions, such as Installations and may also include those who are being installed. Some units, Branches, Zones, Districts and Commands have developed a tradition to wear headdress during opening and closing ceremonies. Although unusual, such traditions are not discouraged by the Royal Canadian Legion. Where employed, these practices will be at the call of the Senior Officiating Officer
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