About Legion #119

Welcome to the Port Moody Legion

We are making some adjustments to our webpage to better inform you of “what’s happening” in and around the legion. There are some amazing events, menus, operating hours, and more coming to the community. Remember, this Branch is open to the public, is kid-friendly, and is one of the most affordable places to dine in the area – come visit us!!

Legion #119 Open Times Spring into Summer – Patio is Open

Mon: Closed
Tue: 12:00pm – 10:00pm (From June 25th onwards)
Wed: 12:00pm – 10:00pm
Thu: 12:00pm -10:00pm
Fri: 12:00pm -10:00pm

Sat: 11:30am – 10:00pm (Brunch 11:30am- 2pm)
Sun: 10:00am – 5:00pm (Brunch 10am- 2pm) – Regular menu until 4pm

Happy Hour Wed – Fri: 2pm – 6pm on selected food & Drinks
Kitchen Open until 7:30pm every day w/ All day Breakfast – some times may vary due to special events & community celebrations.


Our Journey

Since 1931, Branch 119 of the Royal Canadian Legion has been an integral part of the Port Moody community. Nestled in the heart of the old city centre on Clarke Street, our branch has been a beacon of camaraderie and service for over nine decades.

In 1955, we celebrated a milestone as we welcomed the New Year in our old location (pictured below), despite the absence of a floor! Fast forward 60 years, and we commemorated another memorable New Year’s Eve bash in 2015. This time, however, it marked the beginning of a new chapter as we prepared to embark on a journey of redevelopment. Both occasions were filled with boundless optimism and a deep sense of community spirit, reflecting our unwavering commitment to a bright future while honouring our cherished past.

As the seasons changed in 2015, so did the landscape of Port Moody. The once-empty corner of Kyle and Clarke Streets blossomed into a vibrant hub, adorned with apartments, retail spaces, and our brand-new Club 119 facility, featuring the illustrious Chip Kerr Lounge. Through it all, Branch 119 remained a beacon of resilience and unity, leading the region in membership retention even in the face of adversity. We are extremely proud of our history in Port Moody, but also recognize that we have a wonderful purpose-built legion to carry our legacy forward.

The New Legion

Step into the heart of community spirit at the Royal Canadian Legion #119! Our doors are wide open to the public – yes, that means you and your beloved family, with kiddos eagerly welcomed under your watchful eye. Don’t fret over memberships; our arms are open for everyone to discover our brand-new amenities.

Nestled at 2529 Clarke Street, in the beating heart of Port Moody, BC, we’re more than just a spot on the map; we’re a beacon of camaraderie and convenience, complete with hassle-free customer and on-street parking. Plus, we’re a stone’s throw away from bus lines and the vital Moody Centre SkyTrain station – making your journey to us as easy as the smiles you’ll find inside.

  • Chip Kerr Lounge – Main Room – Games area : 190 Capacity
    Legion #119 has named its lounge in honor of John Chipman Kerr VC (January 11, 1887 – February 19, 1963), a distinguished Canadian recipient of the Victoria Cross. This award is the highest and most prestigious accolade for gallantry in the face of the enemy that British and Commonwealth forces can receive.
  • Patio Area : 40 People & Dog Friendly (please be respectful of fellow patrons & neighbours)

” As we continue our journey, we invite you to join us in celebrating the past, embracing the present, and shaping the future together in the spirit of camaraderie and service. “

How Can I join & or be part of the Legion

Branch #119 is a new, purpose built legion that welcomes members, non-members & families. Children are permitted until 10pm and have to be supervised. You don’t have to be a member, or sign anybody in. It couldn’t be easier to access all of the facilities, affordable food & drinks. The legion is also taking bookings for community events, parties and has a wonderful kitchen that can also offer catering. Membership does have its benefits & also helps the legion stay operating in the community & for veterans. See our Members & Meeting page for more details.

Poppy & Remembrance Day November 11th

Armistice Day or “Remembrance Day” as it has come to be known, originated following the end of the First World War. The Armistice agreement was signed between Germany and the Allied Forces in Paris on Monday, 11 November 1918 at 0500 hours. The ceasefire went into effect at 1100 hours the same morning. The eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month. The first Armistice Day was observed in 1919. On November 6th, in the House of Commons, the then acting Prime Minister of Canada, Sir George Foster read a message from King George V.

The Poppy fund

The Poppy Campaign is very much a local initiative, conducted by Legion Branches in cities, towns and communities across the country. Donations collected during the Poppy Campaign are held in Trust at the branch level to directly support Veterans and their families within their community and to help ensure Canadians ‘never forget’. The Poppy fund helps members of our local community every year & Legion #119 is committed to bringing these funds to use for worthy eligible causes.

In Flanders Fields
BY JOHN MCCRAE

In Flanders fields the poppies blow
Between the crosses, row on row,
That mark our place; and in the sky
The larks, still bravely singing, fly
Scarce heard amid the guns below.

We are the Dead. Short days ago
We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow,
Loved and were loved, and now we lie,
In Flanders fields.

Take up our quarrel with the foe:
To you from failing hands we throw
The torch; be yours to hold it high.
If ye break faith with us who die
We shall not sleep, though poppies grow
In Flanders fields.
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