To provide exemplary, client-centred services and benefits that respond to the needs of Veterans, our other clients and their families, in recognition of their services to Canada; and to keep the memory of their achievements and sacrifices ali
The aim of the Maple Leaf Legacy Project is to photograph or obtain a photograph of every Canadian War Grave of the 20th Century. These photos will be made freely available on the project’s web site.
The Project collections are divided by time periods into sub-collections in which the individual collections are listed alphabetically by surname. Individual collections can include correspondence, diaries, photographs, postcards, and other.
This site contains a registry of information about the graves and memorials of more than 116,000 Canadians and Newfoundlanders who served valiantly and gave their lives for their country.
The War Amps is a Canadian nation-wide registered charitable organization operated under the direction of war amputees. Since its inception, The War Amps has had as its hallmark the unique philosophy of “amputees helping amputees.”
The Canadian War Museum is located at 1 Vimy Place, on LeBreton Flats, at the corner of Booth Street and the Ottawa River Parkway, west of Parliament Hill.
The Legion Service Bureau Command Service Officers are here to serve Still Serving CF members Veterans, RCMP Members and dependents while representing your interests in any dealings with Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC).
The Books of Remembrance contain the names of Canadians who fought in wars and died either during or after them. All the books are kept in the Memorial Chamber located in the Peace Tower on Parliament Hill.
Canada’s national collection of books, historical documents, government records, photos, films, maps, music…and more.
The Commonwealth War Graves Commission works in close association with many other organizations to achieve its task of the commemorating those who died in the two world wars.