Dear Friends of the Juno Beach Centre
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A new battle for Juno Beach is underway.

There is no better place to honour the courage of the Canadians who served in the Second World War than the Juno Beach Centre (JBC). Yet the museum is now facing its greatest threat in nearly 20 years of existence.

Foncim, a French property developer, plans to erect a 70-unit condominium development on Juno Beach, just east of and between the museum and the Seulles River. The development is called Domaine des Dunes.

We are not generally opposed to projects like these on former battlegrounds; the French deserve to enjoy the freedoms our veterans’ sacrifice brought them. However, the Dunes project plans to use the JBC’s private road for access to the building site by construction vehicles and workers. We have great concern for the impact that this will have on the Juno Beach Centre.

… Read our full statement …

Reporting out of France has already led a small but growing group of Canadians to organize Save Juno Beach. We thank them for their support and hope that you will join this citizens’ campaign. Thank you to our donors and supporters who have already reached out to offer support.

We are rapidly approaching a point of no return. This is an existential threat to the Juno Beach Centre and the Canadian memorial presence in Normandy. Without your support, the legacy that our veterans built for future generations on Juno Beach may disappear entirely.

To join fellow Canadians in the fight to “Save Juno Beach”, please go to

Details are not known at this time, when there are they will be posted.

On behalf of the Zone D5 we send our condolences to the McLean family

& those Comrades that knew him

The Air Cadets are hoping to get the Legion’s help in spreading the word about our Lottery Ticket Book Fundraiser. Every year, the squadron participates in selling Lottery Ticket Books to raise funds for cadet programming and Aviation career training.

As a result of the pandemic, this year’s fundraiser is being held directly online.

1 ticket is $10.00 and the draw is being held on April 30, 2021, at 10:00 am EST.

The Prizes are as follows:

Early Bird Prize: $5000 (If your ticket is purchased by April 1, 10:00 am)
Cash Prizes: 1 x $20 000, 2 x $10 000, 4 x 5000, 5 x $1000

More information about the prizes, the draw, and the rules for purchasing lottery tickets can be found at

To purchase a ticket:

Through the Air Cadet Lottery Ticket website listed above.

The Legion member would then need to select alphabetically their squadron location/number from a drop down list. Air Cadet League of Canada is the default if you don’t select a squadron, meaning the local squadron wouldn’t get its share. 

The Air Cadets appreciate the Legion’s support by passing on this information to other members and if possible, by purchasing a ticket to help out the Squadrons of your local Branch.   

We appreciate your continued support during these times!

Thank you and have a great day!

Hi everyone 

What would spring be without a cadet fundraiser–Covid has severely limited our fundraising abilities. Even though we are not conducting in person training we are still training virtually.
We have an online fundraiser to help with virtual training tools and future in-class training supplies and uniforms.

Today, we launch our fundraising through where you can go online and purchase herbs and vegetables. You will receive 4” potted plants ready for you to plant in your garden when the spring weather arrives!

Don’t let covid lockdown keep you down. Plant a garden.Purchase herbs and vegetables. You will receive 4” potted plants ready for you to plant in your garden when the spring weather arrives!

It’s very simple to order:

  1. Go to
  2. Create your order
  3. Use CODE at checkout: NavyPlant50
  4. Pay online
  5. Choose delivery week. (Delivery starting week of April 5, 2021 to the mailing address you enter)
  6. Complete your transaction

And you’re done!

***Please note there is a minimum order of 6 single plants and ensure you enter the code.***

A percentage of your order will be donated to the Prince of Wales navy cadet corps! Please pass this along this email with the attached flyer to all of your family, friends, neighbours and co-workers!

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Scarborough Branch at

We thank you in advance for supporting us! Please stay safe and healthy during this time!

Nicole James
Branch President,Navy League of Canada – Scarborough Branch

Great Show and Fun night was had by all!

See the Thank you video from Jeff & Gary their efforts raised $4,160.00 and the Winning Branch was a Zone D5 Branch – Dambusters #617 once the Lockdown is over there will have a free entertainment event

click on this link to see the video message!



Tuesday, January 1st, 2019 Branches 258, 345, 73, 13, 614

and on Saturday, January 5th, 2019 – Branch 617

The Zone Commander, Deputy Commander and many of the Zone Council members were shown great hospitality by the branch President’s and Executive of the following Branches.

Highland Creek Branch 258  
LA 1st Vice President Ann Butterfield,
Richard & June Viles

B.O.M.Martin Branch 345
President, Linda Simone
Oakridge Branch 73
President, Nelda Tanner
Scarboro Branch 13
President, Dan Burri
Scarborough Centennial Branch 614
President, Wayne Hayes
Dambusters Branch 617
Ist Vice President, Stephen Graham

Mount Pleasant Group – Neil O’Bright presented their annual donation


The Zone presented to Nancy Siew a Certificate of Appreciation for service on behalf of the Asian Heritage Group to the Veterans of Zone D5

Kim Frost – TMFRC

draw Winner #1

Draw Winner #2

Toast to HRH Queen Elizabeth


The 2018 Pinehills Reception Luncheon was held on Saturday, September 8th, 2018 at Branch 345

The Zone Council visited the following Branches 13, 73, 258, 345, 614 and 617 to wish the Presidents, Executive officers and Members Best Wishes for 2018

Br. 73

Br. 258

Br. 345

Br. 614

Br. 617