News & Updates
Read about the new things going on at The Vimy Foundation.
Follow the young Beaverbrook Vimy Prize recipients as they travel to Europe from Aug 13-22, 2023.
The Vimy Foundation's Executive Director, Caitlin Bailey, was featured in an article by the Montreal Guardian.
The Vimy Foundation has announced the 16 youth recipients who will participate in the 2023 Beaverbrook Vimy Prize supported by The Beaverbrook Canadian Foundati
We're thrilled to share some exciting news! The Vimy Foundation received a nomination as one of the Palmarès 2023 at the Numix Awards in Quebec
The Vimy Foundation has announced Daniel Marques from Marpole as the winner of the 2023 Vimy Inspires Tomorrow grant supported by Veterans Affairs Canada.
The Vimy Foundation is saddened by the decision to remove one of Canada's most important icons from the passport.
Follow the young Vimy Pilgrimage Award recipients as they travel to Europe from April 2-11, 2023.
“The Vimy Foundation is well positioned to be at the forefront of transforming commemoration in Canada into a more participatory activity.
We will always remember Madame Vari’s generosity, grace, and commitment to Canada. Helen, you will be sorely missed.
These students from across Canada will fly to Europe to participate in a 9-day program that includes daily visits to significant First World War sites.
The Vimy Foundation calls on decision-makers to preserve the commemorative and memorial dimension of this site and will support initiatives in this direction.
BVP 2020 blog - Belgium and France, 2022
The Vimy Foundation wants to know how we can continue to support you to teach your students about the First World War, leadership, and civic engagement.
On June 8th, 2022, the Vimy Foundation celebrated its 15th Anniversary at the French Embassy in Ottawa.
The Vimy Foundation announced that Vimy: A Living Memorial is now available on desktop and mobile.
On April 8th, 2022, The Vimy Foundation inaugurated The Vari Gate, in the Vimy Foundation Centennial Park.
The Vimy Foundation enters a three year, 1.2-million-dollar partnership with the Eaton Family for the creation of a new walkway in the Centennial Park.
The Government of Québec announced, on February 25th, the signature of a notice of intent to classify the Fort de Beaumont as heritage site.
It is with dismay that we learned about the events that happened at several memorials in Ottawa, last weekend, notably at the Canadian War Memorial.
The Vimy Foundation will launch Vimy: A Living Memorial at the occasion of the 105th anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge on April 9th, 2022.
Vimy Foundation announces Stéphan Crétier and Stéphany Maillery Peace Circle at its Centennial Park, in France.
- a Vimy Ridge Day message from Vimy Foundation Chair Christopher Sweeney