and Literary Contest Winners from Zone G5
The students who
participate in its annual Poster and Literary Contests assist
the Legion in one of our primary goals – to foster the tradition
of Remembrance amongst Canadians.
Two young high school
students have expressed their appreciation of our heroes in a
very noble way.
Important update on the venue for the
2021 Dominion Convention
The 48th Dominion Convention will be
ongoing COVID-19 restrictions, the Legion
Dominion Executive Council met on March 30,
2021 and voted to convene the 48th Dominion
Convention via a virtual/online format.
The 2021 Dominion Convention, originally
scheduled for August 12-19 in Saskatoon,
will now be held online from August 13 to
15, 2021. Full details explaining how the
Convention will operate will be sent out in
the Convention Call at the end of April.
Please note, resolutions to be considered
in the 2021 Dominion Convention must still
be submitted to Dominion Command by 24 April
For questions on the Dominion Convention,
please contact your Provincial Command.
NEW: Ontario has adjusted Red Zone
capacity restrictions for bars & restaurants to allow
for the size of the establishment.
Saturday, March 20, 2021 at 12:01 a.m.
Public Health Region Moving to Red-Control Level of
COVID-19 Response Framework
Province Taking Immediate Action to Stop the
Spread of COVID-19
Friday, March 19, 2021 at 12:01 a.m.
TORONTO — In consultation with the Chief Medical Officer
of Health, the Ontario Government is moving the Ottawa
Public Health region to the Red-Control level in the
Keeping Ontario Safe and Open Framework. The decision
was made at the request of the local medical officer of
health due to the concerning trends in public health
indicators in the region.
(Legions), are limited to 10 patrons for
restaurants and bars and other
food and drink establishments.
Consequently we can have up to 10 customers.
Ottawa moving to red zone on Friday | CBC News
All gatherings, whether organized or private, will be
capped at five people inside and 25 outside. The
exception is religious services, which can be larger.
Restaurants will still offer indoor dining, but it will
be limited to 10 people at a time instead of the 50
allowed under orange. Up to four people can still sit
together and rules around opening hours also
COVID-19 response framework: keeping Ontario safe and
open | Ontario.ca
Restaurants, bars and other food and drink
Capacity limits, where physical
distancing can be maintained:
10 patrons seated indoors
Outdoor dining, take out, drive
through, and delivery permitted, including alcohol
No buffet style service
Line-ups and patrons congregating
outside venues managed by venue; 2 metres distance
and face covering required
Screening of patrons is required, in
accordance with instructions
issued by the Office of the Chief Medical Officer of
Require patrons to be seated; 2 metres
minimum or impermeable barrier required between
Limit of 4 people may be seated
Require contact information for all
Face coverings required except when
eating or drinking only
Personal protective equipment,
including eye protection required when is a worker
must come within 2 metres of another person who is
not wearing a face covering
Establishments must be closed from
10 p.m. to 5 a.m.
Liquor sold or served only between
9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
No consumption of liquor permitted
between 10 p.m. to 9 a.m.
Dancing, singing and the live
performance of music is prohibited
Limit volume of music to be low
enough that a normal conversation is possible
Night clubs and strip clubs only
permitted to operate as restaurant or bar
plan is required to be prepared and made
available upon request