Print off the application and fill it out and email it to postcn20@hotmail or snail mail it to 291 Burroughs Cir. NE Calgary, AB T1Y 6K8



American Legions in Canada.

We are one of a 9 American Legion Posts in Canada.

  • Montreal Post CN01
    The American Legion
    CP58521 COP Complexe Les Ailes
    Montreal Quebec H3B 5K8
    Assigned to: Department of Vermont
    Point of Contact:  William Massacar

    Winnipeg Post CN 03
    (Winnipeg, Manitoba)
    Dept. of North Dakota

    Toronto Post CN05
    The American Legion
    122 Bronte St S Apt 1102B
    Milton Ontario L9T 1Y9
    Assigned to: Department of New York
    Point of Contact: Bob Winder (

    Fort Pepperrell Post CN09
    The American Legion
    PO Box 23167
    St Johns Newfoundland A1B 4J9
    Assigned to: Department of Maine
    Point of Contact:

    Ottawa Post CN 16
    (Grimsby, Ontario)
    Dept. of New York

    Tony Matthews Post CN18
    The American Legion
    10 Morrison Crescent
    Grimsby Ontario L3M 5K4
    Assigned to: Department of New York
    Point of Contact: Rene Lessard

    Calgary Alberta Post CN20
    The American Legion
    755 40th St SE
    Calgary Alberta T2a 5g3
    Assigned to: Department of Montana
    Point of Contact:, Jim Grosset (,

    American Legion Post CN21
    The American Legion
    109-10 Stonehill Ct
    Toronto Ontario M1W 2X8
    Assigned to: Department of New York
    Point of Contact:

  • Charles A. Dunn Post CN75
    The American Legion
    Tom O'Malley
    PO Box 1958
    Sumas WA 98295
    Assigned to: Department of Washington

If you have any information on the above American Legion Post please e-mail us. There are a number of Canadians that have served in the United States Military, and American service members that have moved to Canada. We are here to support our fellow brothers and sisters in arms. If you have questions about membership, Veteran Affairs issues or would like somebody to talk to, give us a call.

In order to become a member in the American Legion you had to have been on active duty in the United States Military (Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines and Coast Guard) for at least one day during the following periods:

  • WWI April 6, 1917 to Nov 11, 1918
  • WWII Dec 7, 1941 to Dec 31, 1946
  • Korea Jun 25, 1950 to Jan 31, 1955
  • Vietnam Feb 28, 1961 to May 7, 1975
  • Grenada and Lebanon Aug 24, 1982 to Jul 31, 1984
  • Panama Dec 20, 1989 to Jan 31, 1990
  • Desert Shield/Desert Storm Aug 2, 1990 to cessation of hostilities as determined by U.S. Government.
  • This date has not been determined yet, it includes Afganistan, and Iraq
  • Merchant Marine - Dec7, 1941 to Aug 15, 1945

If you have served federal active duty in the United States Armed Forces since December 7, 1941, and have been honorably discharged or are still serving - you are eligible for membership in The American Legion!

*Because eligibility dates remain open, all active duty members of the U.S. Armed Forces are eligible to join The American Legion at this time, until the date of the end of hostilities as determined by the government of the United States.

**U.S. Merchant Marine eligible only from December 7, 1941 to December 31, 1946 (WWII).

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