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Branch 091, Churchill,


28, rue Ste-Anne,
Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC,
H9X 1L3


(514) 457-9332


(514) 457-9332


March 31, 1943


06-Lakeshore West



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The executive committee of Branch 091, Churchill.
(Updated on: February 28, 2024)
  • President: Comrade Comrade Rick Cartmel
  • Past-President: Comrade Comrade Jim Nairn
  • 1st Vice-president: Comrade Brian Davidson
  • 2nd Vice-president: Comrade Bob Quilliam
  • Secretary: Comrade Ron Lepore
  • Treasurer: Comrade Bob Mclachlan
  • Service Officer: Comrade James Nairn
  • Poppy Chairman: Comrade Kelly Burke
  • Membership Chairman: Comrade Richard Guy
  • 1st Executive (Mess): Comrade Gilles Gauvin
  • 2nd Executive (Entertainment): Vacant
  • 3rd Executive (House and Grounds): Comrade Bob Quilliam
  • Chairman: Comrade Mike Purvis
  • Special Projects: Comrade Jim Killin
  • Veteran's Projects: Comrade Richard Gratton
  • House chairman: Comrade Bob Quilliam
  • Sergeant-at-Arms: Comrade Bob Price

Renovation at the Branch

May 1, 2024

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This year at Branch 091, we have been undertaking many new projects.

We decided to do some work as you come into the Branch and our railing going up the stairs needed replacement.

The House Chaiman and many other volunteers came up with the idea to have a railing with plexiglass engravings depicting aircraft used by the Royal Canadian Airforce (RCAF) during WW2.

Those on display are the:

  • Halifax Bomber,
  • Lancaster Bomber,
  • Hawker Hurricane,
  • Mosquito,
  • Spitfire, and
  • Hawker Typhoon.

Our railing was completed on May 1, 2024, on time to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the RCAF.

The railing is a great addition to our Airforce Section.

Many of our past fallen comrades flew these aircraft, defending our future and peaceful living since.

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