Federal Grants to Local Legions


Royal MP for Fundy, Rob Moore, at Royal Canadian Legion Branch #63 in St. Martins. (Photo: Rob Moore/Facebook)

Two local branches of the Royal Canadian Legion have received grants from the federal government

Peninsula Branch 62 and St. Martins Branch 63 have received funding through the New Horizons for Seniors Program.

The program funds projects that “make a difference in the lives of seniors and in their communities,” according to the federal government’s website.

Peninsula Branch 62 received the maximum grant amount of $25,000.

She plans to use the money to replace windows and flooring in her building.

St. Martins Branch 63 has received more than $22,000 through the program.

This money will be used to install new siding, insulation, windows and doors.

I am proud to announce great news for seniors in Fundy Royal. Peninsula Branch #62 of The Royal Canadian Legion is…

posted by Rob Moore on Wednesday, April 20, 2022

I was pleased to contribute over $22,000 in New Horizons for Seniors Program funding to the St. Martins Legion…

posted by Rob Moore on Wednesday, April 20, 2022


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