Youth Education and Bursaries

Annual Poster, Literary, Video and Public Speaking Contests

Annual Poster and Literary Contest

2020 Poster Contest Rules

2020 Literary Contest Rules

2020 Dates and Deadlines

2020 Poster and Literary Entry Form

Veterans Learning

Canada Remembers Times, November 2020

Take Time to Remember 2020 / Prendre le Temps de Se Souvenir 2020

Tales of Animals in War, November 2020

Annual Video Contest

2020 Video Contest Rules

2020 Individual Video Entry Form

2020 Group Video Contest Consent

Annual Public Speaking Contest

2020 Public Speaking Contest Rules

Public Speaking Entry Form – English

Public Speaking Entry Form – French

Kanata Branch Bursaries

The 2021/22 Bursary Program is now closed.  We are not accepting any more applications

Bursary recipients of 2019

July 27 & 28 Presentations

August 8, 2019 Presentations

2018 Presentations

Standing: (L to R) Margaret Judge,Mary-Jo Gauthier, Lorraine Lapensee, Angie Jacklin, Ashley D’Eon, Kathryn Hart (father Kevin pictured), Alexandre Lafleur, Alyssa Latimer-D’Aoust, Nicholas Parsons, Bruce Judge Seated: Gordon McIlquham, Shannon McIlquham, Erin Lange, Julia Gladstone, Patrick Lafleur, . Absent from photo Chelsea Cooligan, Colleen Cooligan, Carley Fish and Heather McIquham (Alison Glasgow, Adam James, Anthony MacLean, Luke McCaskill to receive their bursaries 29 August).

Bursaries 2021/22

The Bursary Program is designed to assist students entering or continuing their post-secondary education, including courses and programs of a technical and vocational nature, outside of and beyond secondary school. Approved bursary assistance is not based upon scholastic standing but rather on the successful admission status to a post secondary institution or successful completion of one or more years leading to a recognized degree, diploma or certificate.

Students applying for assistance may be granted a bursary based on documented need at a rate determined by the Branch Bursary Committee.

Indentured apprentices may apply for assistance for the purchase of tools and instruments.

Eligibility:  Bursaries may be granted to children, grandchildren and great grandchildren of any of the listed below.

1. Any person who is serving or who has honorably served in the Canadian Forces;

2. Merchant Navy personnel who are eligible for and who have been awarded campaign stars or decorations, and their dependents who are in need of assistance;

3. Ex-service personnel of commonwealth countries, other than Canada and of allied countries, resident in Canada;

4. Applicants who have graduated from or reside in the Kanata Area are given priority in the application process. Consideration is given to students who do not reside in the Kanata area, on the condition that funding is available;

5. Applicants must also commit to participating in our Poppy Campaign and volunteer for a two hour shift.  If you are unable to participate then you can have someone substitute on your behalf.  The Campaign runs from the last Friday of October to November 10th of each year.

Application:  Applications and further information are available in printable version from: Kanata Bursary Application, may be picked up at: Kanata Branch 638 Royal Canadian Legion – 70 Hines Road, Kanata, Ontario K2K 2M5 or may be downloaded here.



Ontario Command Bursaries