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Note:  “Banner applications for 2023 are closed.  Applications for 2024 must be submitted no later than 30 June 2024 to: Applications will be accepted on a first come first served basis.  Only 90 additional banners will be placed on light poles in 2024. For further question, please call: 403-892.6531

Payment: The preferred method of payment is by cheque made out to: Royal Canadian Legion General Stewart Branch No. 4. Attention: Veterans Banner Program or cash.

Once your application form is submitted, a banner committee member will contact you to coordinate payment.

To submit an application please fill out the form below ↓

Or, if you prefer to submit manually, you can download the form here.
Please submit via email to


(as it will appear on the banner) - Please keep to 20 characters/spaces or less and no ranks:
If 'other' please specify:
If 'other' please specify:
eg. The Smith Family (Please keep name to 20 characters/spaces)
Click or drag a file to this area to upload.
A photo of the veteran in uniform is a requirement for the banner. Please provide the digital photo as a pdf, jpg or png at 300dpi resolution or higher.

Please send the digital photo by one of these methods:
  • • Upload and send with this form submission
  • • Email directly to
  • • Drop off an original photo of the veteran to the Lethbridge Legion Office (324 Mayor Magrath Drive South Lethbridge).
I hereby grant permission for the use of the enclosed photo (or the photo I will provide digitally) and information about myself or my relative in the Veteran’s Banner Project, without payment or consideration. I agree the sponsorship amount of $225.00 will allow the production of one (1) banner with the above information.

History of Veteran

Veteran biographies and a copy of their banner will be included on our website. Please provide a short bio of the veteran in approximately 100 to 125 words. An example is as follows:

John Doe was born Oct. 17, 1924 in Lethbridge. After finishing high school, he served in the Royal Canadian Air Force from 1943 to 1946. He was turned down as a pilot due to his hearing, but was accepted for aircrew training and instructed Mosquito aircrews. After his discharge, he graduated from the University of Alberta in Edmonton as a civil engineer and worked for the Canadian Pacific Railway here in Lethbridge for 40 years. He married Joanne and they had three children: Tom, Dick and Jane. Joe died Nov. 5, 1995.

2024 Banner Application Deadline

Banner applications for 2023 are closed. Applications for 2024 are now being accepted. They must be received no later than June 30th, 2024. Only 90 additional (over and above the 2023 banners) will be displayed in the lead up to the 2024 Remembrance Day so sponsorships will again be available on a first come first served basis.

For further information contact us: