No. 2 Construction Battalion, C.E.F.
This map depicts the residence of the No. 2 Construction Battalion Servicemen during the time of enlistment. The map is a great visual representation to show the journeys of each serviceman and perhaps provide further insight into their lives.
Veterans Affairs Canada
Veterans want Canadians to understand the price of freedom. They are passing the torch to the people of Canada, so the memory of their sacrifices will continue, and the values they fought for will live on in all of us.
NIAGARA MILITARY MUSEUM
The Museum provides a venue for the collection and display of artifacts relating to the military heritage of Niagara in order to enrich and educate our youth, the residents of and visitors to Niagara Falls.
The Queen's Own Rifles of Canada
Museum & Archives
The Queen’s Own Rifles of Canada Regimental Museum was authorized by the Regimental Executive Committee in 1956 and officially opened in Calgary, Currie Barracks on 1 May 1957. The first curator was Captain J.R. Schmitz (1957 – 1970).
During 1970 the museum was transferred from Calgary to Casa Loma, Toronto. It now occupies a major part of the third floor of the Casa Loma.
There are also smaller displays in Calgary and Victoria.
FORCES ASSOCIATION (CAFA)
The Canadian Airborne Forces Association (CAFA) / Association des Forces Aéroportées du Canada was granted Letters Patent on the 11th of February 1982. Since then the Association has represented the serving and retired Canadian Forces Airborne community.