Royal Canadian Legion Br #92, Gananoque, Ontario
This photo Gallery includes our Cenotaph in our Town Park and our Victoria Cross Cairn.
The Victoria Cross was won by John H (Harry) Brown, who died of wounds 17 August 1917 at the early age of 19 years, in the Battle of Hill 70, Lens, France. He was born in Gananoque, 9 May 1898.


Two things have altered not
Since first the world began.
The beauty of the wild green earth,
And the bravery of man.
                 British poet T. Wilson

(click on pictures below to see larger pictures)

Branch 92 color party at their best marching down king st. in Gananoque during 11 November ceremonies 2016
MSM awarded to two well deserving legionnaires - Bill Beswetherick and John Robertson, 1 January 2018.
Comrade Cliff Weir holding his MSM he received 1 January 2019.  Cliff and Carl now have the highest award given out by the Legion, a palm leaf can be added to the MSM in 5 years.
Comrade Glen Parker and behind him is Comrade Peter Mills, saluting the Queen.
We will remember them,  Tom Tindal at the far right beside past Mayor Jim Garrah, has 76 years legion service and still going strong, 2023
left and sitting is Father Flag John Matheson, next is Bill Nuttal, then Jerry Walker. Unknown name, Bill Hale, Tom Tindal as mentioned and Past Mayor Jim Garrah
Carl Duff awarded his MSM
Cenotaph in town park Gananoque, Ontario
Alf Read receiving his well deserved Life Membership 1 January 2024
Veteran Bill Hale enjoying the Remembrance Day Service.
Remembrance Day after ceremony 2021, all wreaths were placed at the memorial in town park. well over 500 people were in attendance.
Glen Parker, outgoing Sgt At Arms, receiving an award for the eight  years he served in that position and the great job he did while serving  Award presented by President  Bob Howard
Owen Fitzgerald and Murray Salter, two of our Dedicated Legionaries
during  poppy days
this webpage is under construction, I welcome  pictures, old pictures etc....of legionnaires, veterans during events at the decide :-)