About Royal Canadian Legion
Royal Canadian Legion supports Veterans and their families, remembers the men and women who served Canada, and offers community support.On November 22, 2019 Royal Canadian Legion was acquired by Quotient Technology, the terms of the agreement were not disclosed.
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Latest Royal Canadian Legion News
Nov 13, 2022
CBC's Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need from the week. Social Sharing Posted: Nov 13, 2022 4:00 AM ET | Last Updated: 5 hours ago Poppies from the Royal Canadian Legion for sale in Victoria. The legion has trademarked the image of the poppy to 'safeguard' it as a symbol of remembrance. (Ken Mizokoshi/CBC) comments Miss something this week? Don't panic. CBC's Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need. Want this in your inbox? Get the Marketplace newsletter every Friday . People place poppies on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at the National War Memorial following the National Remembrance Day Ceremony in Ottawa, on Thursday, Nov. 11, 2021. The legion said anyone who wants to use the poppy should consult with the organization first. (Justin Tang/The Canadian Press) Did you buy your poppy online? It may be one of hundreds of unauthorized products Red poppies from the Royal Canadian Legion are a common sight at stores and on lapels across Canada leading up to Remembrance Day. Also common this time of year? Poppy products sold online that are not authorized by the legion. It's a growing problem for the organization, which has registered the trademark of the poppy image to "safeguard" it as a symbol of remembrance. The legion says the number of unauthorized products it's seen has almost tripled since 2021. "I feel as if it is an insult to those who have served, who are serving and have died for our country," said Mike Turner. He served in the military for eight years and now helps organize the poppy campaign at a Royal Canadian Legion branch in Toronto. "If that item is being sold for personal gain or personal profit, then it's not going back to supporting the veterans or supporting the troops or supporting the people who may from time to time need some support. " Read more Air Canada and WestJet have set out to appeal separate Canadian Transportation Agency decisions involving compensation awarded to passengers for flight cancellations caused by crew shortages (Andrew Vaughan/The Canadian Press) Air Canada and WestJet are fighting back against paying passengers for cancelled flights Air Canada and WestJet have both launched a legal battle to appeal separate Canadian Transportation Agency (CTA) rulings where, in each case, the airline was ordered to compensate one or more passengers $1,000 for a cancelled flight caused by a staffing shortage. The airlines each allege in court documents that they shouldn't have to pay, because the CTA — Canada's transport regulator and a quasi-judicial tribunal — misinterpreted Canada's compensation regulations. Consumer advocate and lawyer John Lawford said if the airlines win their appeals, it could affect other compensation claims for flight disruptions. "Basically anytime the airline has a staffing shortage of any kind, that could be … an event that's out of their control and therefore all those claims would fail," said Lawford. WestJet and Air Canada told CBC News they abide by Canada's Air Passenger Protections Regulations (APPR). WestJet said it has launched its appeal to ensure the rules are fairly applied. "There is no one-size-fits-all crew issue and we believe that's what the CTA is trying to do, is to make all crew issues the same," said Andy Gibbons, WestJet's vice-president of government relations. Read more What else is going on?
Royal Canadian Legion Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Royal Canadian Legion founded?
Royal Canadian Legion was founded in 1925.
Where is Royal Canadian Legion's headquarters?
Royal Canadian Legion's headquarters is located at 86 Aird Place, Ottawa.
What is Royal Canadian Legion's latest funding round?
Royal Canadian Legion's latest funding round is Acquired.
Who are the investors of Royal Canadian Legion?
Investors of Royal Canadian Legion include Quotient Technology.
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