Contains sites for museums which exhibit and collect artifacts related to the military of Canada.
Includes all appropriate information pertaining to this organisation dedicated to the history of the Canadian Air Force. Located in Alouette, Quebec.
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.
Site describes the Society, Museum and the WW 2 Lancaster bomber that is the primary focus, as well as other aircraft and vehicles from Bomber Command. Located in Nanton, Alberta.
Southern Ontario's largest military museum housing collections from the War of 1812 to the present day, featuring army, navy, air force, restored vehicles, uniforms and medals. Located in Brantford.
Houses over 25 aircraft both static and flying, art gallery and gift shop. The aircraft range from a WWII Handley Page Hampden to a T-33 Silverstar. Includes hours, admission and location.
Over 25 aircraft in flying condition. Over 100 pictures for viewing and downloading. Located in Mount Hope, Ontario.
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. Located in Victoria, British Columbia.
A tribute to the men and women who were trained as part of the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan during World War II. Features virtual tour of exhibits, hours and admission rates. Located in Brandon, Manitoba.
Displays the heritage of the 19 Wing Comox and West Coast Canadian military aviation. Includes details of exhibits, hours of operation, a library database, a membership form and a location map. Located in Comox, British Columbia.
Displaying wartime/peacetime memorabilia and items pertaining to recruit training at the former training base. Includes photos, membership, hours, admission and directions. Located in Clementsport, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Dedicated to the aviation history of Greenwood from its founding in 1942. Includes hours of operation, donations policy and volunteer opportunities. Located in Greenwood, Nova Scotia.
Features military uniforms, weapons, service medals, naval ships, Battle of the Atlantic and World War II convoys. Includes hours and directions. Located in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
A National Historic Site, museum, and the birthplace of Col. John McCrae a doctor who wrote "In Flanders Fields" during WWI and revisited every Remembrance Day. Located in Guelph, Ontario.
Exhibits of past, current and expected future technology. Museum, exhibits and shop profiles, plus events calendar.
The site features many photos and much information about the museum as well as the recovery and restoration of the Halifax bomber NA337. Located in Trenton, Ontario.
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. Located in Calgary.
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.
Maintains Canada's largest collection of operational military vehicles. Oshawa, Ontario.
Museum of Canada's oldest regular infantry regiment, located in London, Ontario.
Includes exhibit information and photos, history of the museum and base, online shop, and information about the aircraft, ships, and squadrons that served in the area. Located in Shearwater, Nova Scotia.
Museum site for a cavalry and armored regiment of the Canadian Army. Page covers regimental history, the museum and the regiment today.
Located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, this museum presents the history of Lord Strathcona's Horse (Royal Canadians), Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, The King's Own Calgary Regiment, and The Calgary Highlanders.
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 Kars, Ontario.
Dedicated to preserving the memory of those who served their country in the various wars and engagements in which Canadian troops participated. Memorabilia includes uniforms, webbing, bayonets, cap badges, shoulder flashes, flags, maps and swords. Includes hours. Located in Brandon, Manitoba.
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