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NFLD and Labrador


Year Established: 1978

2021 Membership: 251 active and life / 58 associate and honorary

Regular Meetings: Dinner, third Tuesday of the month (September to June) / Coffee every Tuesday morning

Communications: Monthly Division Newsletter available in the Members’ Area.

2021/2022 Executive

President: George Noseworthy

Vice President: Jim Power

Secretary: Mark Brown

Treasurer: Jerome Kenny


Membership: Chair – George Noseworthy

Entertainment: Chair – Bob Hurman; along with Ed Lutz, Dave Tipple, Bob Medd, Roger Hansford, George Phillips and Ern Pennell


The majority of the Veteran’s live in or around the St. John’s area and meet for a Dinner Meeting on the 3rd Tuesday of each Month, except July and August. Once a year the Executive makes a cross island tour in November – Dinner meetings at two locations and meetings at two others and ends with participation at the local Remembrance Day Parade.

Tradition and heritage events

  • We make a point to attend wakes and funerals for Retired Members and/or their families in groups, dressed in red serge or red/blue veteran’s blazer. This honour to our fallen colleagues is well noted by the community at large.
  • Twice a year, our members assist in serving meals to the homeless in St. John’s. It is well organized and appreciated by the community.


Sick and shut-in visits

Daily by chaplain and members.

Law enforcement/community

RCMP medal ceremonies; Regimental Dinners; Remembrance Day; Police /Peace Officer Memorial; Battle of the Atlantic; Battle of Britain Service; Memorial Day.

Group of old man band

Association programs/services

  • Division advocacy; Updates on veteran issues and benefits, such as estate planning insurance, etc.;
  • Annual gravesite inspections;
  • Division Host for Association AGMs: Last in 2011

Special events

  • Christmas & Valentine’s Dinners;
  • Annual RCMP Charity Hockey Tournament;
  • Eastport Fall Festival;
  • Church Lads Brigade;
  • Supports Red Cross with drivers for patients.