You do not have to be a Veteran or a relative of a Veteran to be a member?
Membership is open to all Canadian citizens and Commonwealth subjects. Forms are available at the branch or downloadable below. Yearly dues are only $40.
You honour and support Canada's Veterans when you join, but there are other member benefits, including:
Please fill out the below membership application and return it to the branch with the branch's annual membership fee of $40/year + the initial $7.50 processing fee.
You can still pay at the branch with a cheque payable to "Royal Canadian Legion Br. 124", in person or mail to:
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 124
P.O. Box 714 - 410 King St.
Niagara on the Lake, ON
Application for Membership - Legion Br.124
Please print , fill out the below application & bring it into to the branch with your $40 membership fee. If you have any questions, contact the branch and we'd be happy to assist you.
Interested in transferring to our branch?
Please print, fill out the below application and bring it into the branch. If you have any questions, please contact the branch.
You may be eligible for Ordinary membership if you have served or are serving in:
-->The Canadian Forces or reserves
--> Were allies in any war, conflict or police action in which Canada was involved; or
-->a city, municipal or provincial police force as a police officer for not less than one year,....
If you have any questions, please contact Doug Pettit is our branch's long-standing membership Chair.
If you do not qualify for Ordinary membership you may be eligible for Associate membership if you:
Affiliate Voting Membership
If you do not qualify for Ordinary or Associate membership but support the aims and objects of The Royal Canadian Legion you may apply for Affiliate Voting membership.
Affiliate Non-Voting Membership
If you are a non-Canadian citizen or a non-Commonwealth subject from an Allied nation and support the aims and objects of The Royal Canadian Legion, you may apply for Affiliate Non-Voting membership. These members shall have the same rights as all other members except the rights to vote and hold office.