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Bruce Poulin Defends the Legion Pretend Medals!!

I thought it was worth re-running this blog from last year. It really shows the poor attitude of those at Dominion Command regarding wearing of medals. Its a crime for a blood relative to wear late loved ones medals, but … Continue reading

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If its okay for Boy Scouts-Cadets to wear medals, why not the Legion????

After re-reading this Legion response, I felt the need to address it again. This is indeed a very pathetic attempt to justify the legion argument in favour of their imitation medals. He begins by suggesting I have taken the selling … Continue reading

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The Silent(sometimes) Legion

Whenever the Legion believe they are right and I’m wrong they respond almost immediately. When I complained about the silly legion medals they quickly chastised me by pointing out many organization produce and wear their own medals. They cited groups … Continue reading

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Legion Awards not Military Decorations!

PEI Command Letter to Guardian 25th July 2016 Finally the President of Provincial Command has responded to my many letters regarding the wearing of medals. In his haste to show how wrong I’m he fails to spell my name correctly, … Continue reading

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Nice to be Well Thought Of.

The statement attached was part of the 2014 Award Ceremonies held at Holland College in Charlottetown on 15th May. It was my last official function with the Duke of Edinburgh Council. I’m greatly honoured and privileged to have been part … Continue reading

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Ths Pamir

Over the weekend I acquired a very nice model of the four masted sailing ship Pamir. It now sits in a prominent position on the mantle over our fireplace. The Pamir was never destined to be covered in glory or … Continue reading

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