Legion celebrates renovations

by Phil Ambroziak The Royal Canadian Legion may have been founded in 1925, but that doesn’t mean its Meadow Lake branch can’t benefit from a little bit of modern upkeep. Earlier this month, Royal Canadian...

New chaplain for Legion

by Phil Ambroziak For Rick Burnett it’s not so much a calling as it is an overwhelming desire to simply do good. Burnett, a long-time Legion member and community volunteer, recently took on the role of Le...

Banners honour veterans

by Derek Cornet Residents of Meadow Lake won’t forget some of the local men and women who served in the Armed Forces anytime soon. Twenty-three banners paying tribute to current and former members of the ...

Poppy campaign evolves

by Phil Ambroziak Remembrance should never be restricted to only one day of the year. That’s the message Chris Brownrigg, this year’s poppy campaign chair for Royal Canadian Legion Branch 76 in Meadow Lak...

Clubs receive new lease on life

It’s a new year and, for some Meadow Lake and area organizations, a new beginning. Things are looking up for Royal Canadian Legion Branch 76 in Meadow Lake, as well as the Dorintosh Wildlife Federation when ...

Legion Ladies disband

by Phil Ambroziak Nothing lasts forever. The Royal Canadian Legion in Meadow Lake can certainly attest to that following the recent disbandment of its Ladies Auxiliary, a group that’s been providing its s...

A fresh start

Twilight is upon 2015 and soon a New Year will dawn. The arrival of 2016 in about a week’s time isn’t simply a matter of flipping the calendar to a new month. Rather, it will also be a time that marks new begin...