Veteran’s Licence PlateChange
Veterans can request a commemorative licence plate for their vehicles.
The commemorative licence plate is offered exclusively to veterans who request one from the Royal Canadian Legion - Québec Command for a vehicle that is already registered.
The design of the veteran’s licence plate changed on April 12, 2019. As with veteran’s plates offered in other Canadian provinces and the Yukon, the new plate’s design aims to draw greater attention to the fact that the driver is a veteran.
Veterans can request a commemorative licence plate for the following vehicles:
The following vehicles are not eligible for a veteran’s licence plate:
You must complete the Application for Veteran's Licence Plate Eligibility Certification (PDF, 230 KB) form.
You must submit the form to the Royal Canadian Legion - Québec Command and pay the required processing fees.
The Royal Canadian Legion - Québec Command assesses your eligibility.
If the Royal Canadian Legion - Québec Command certifies your eligibility, we will mail you a veteran's licence plate and your new registration certificate.
Please note that your vehicle's annual cost of registration will not be affected.
If you already have one or more commemorative licence plates, a letter with a form printed on the back will be mailed to you during the week of April 29, 2019. Simply fill out the form and mail it to us in the return envelope provided. You will receive the requested licence plate(s) 3 to 6 weeks after you mail the form.
If you haven’t received a letter by May 3, 2019, please call us at 1-800-361-7620 so that we can take care of ordering the new plate(s) for you.
Note that veterans who do not currently have a veteran’s licence plate and who file an application for the first time with the Royal Canadian Legion will automatically receive a licence plate with the new design.