Focus is on three military groups who have made an impact upon Canada's history: Canadian Women's Army Corps (CWAC), Royal Canadian Navy, and West Coast Defences of Vancouver Island.
The Owen Sound Ontario birthplace of William Avery "Billy" Bishop, V.C. is dedicated to Bishop and aviation history from World War One to the Avro Arrow.
Represents a unique approach to military history as its primary focus is on the Citizen Soldier (the Militiaman and Reservist) at peace and at war.
located in Langley, British Columbia, Canada
The site contains all appropriate information pertaining to this organisation dedicated to the history of the Canadian Air Force.
Over 25 aircraft in flying condition. Over 100 pictures for viewing and downloading.
The Museum of commemorates the prairie men and women who have served in the RCN. The museum is dedicated to the memory of Lt. Robert Hampton Gray, VC
The Naval Museum of Manitoba. Featuring the history of Canada's Navy, especially as it pertains to Manitoban's who have served. Contains images and statistics of most WWII warships.
Depicts the complete history of Canada's Air Forces from World War I onward, and is dedicated to the memory of Canadian airmen and airwomen who paid the supreme sacrifice.
Located at Ontario Place in Toronto, this actual World War Two destroyer welcomes visitors to view Canadian Naval history at first hand.