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Website for Voting Rights for all Expat Brits>

We ask that members of the Association, and those persons visiting our site, to go to the site mentioned above as it deals with the most frightening thing to politicians - VOTING RIGHTS!

This site aims to draw attention to the scandalous denial of voting rights to British expats who have lived outside the UK for more than fifteen (15) years.

We believe that the UK should enable and encourage all its expat citizens - not just some of them - to participate fully in the national process in their home country, by giving them unrestricted voting rights in national elections, as in most other advanced democracies (and indeed in many so-called "third-world" countries). To regain our voting rights in Great Britain will give us the clout to make the British Government face the issues of pension parity.

Please visit the site - and then decide to express your support in the feedback section. You may do this from any part of the world - and especially if you are one of the 5.5 million Britons living abroad.

Deryck Jones, Pres.

Regular luncheon and business meetings are held in Calgary.

DATE: The first Tuesday of every month, except for, July and August.
TIME: 12:00 Noon (Banquet room)

The Royal Canadian Legion
Forest Lawn Branch No. 275
755 - 40th Street S.E,
Calgary, Alberta
(tel: 403-272-5585)


$15.00 per person (Cash only).
Includes GST / Gratuity.


Two areas off 8th Avenue S.E. in the Legion Grounds.

Feeder buses #45, #49 from Marlborough Mall C-Train Station and Feeder bus #73 from 17th Avenue & 36th Street S.E.

All stop at the corner of 8th Avenue and 40th Street S.E.


Social lunches are held at various venues in Calgary approximately two (2) weeks after each regular monthly meeting.

Special events happen around such occasions as Christmas, Easter, St. George's Day and Halloween.