Get an immersive new look at the First World War in museums and galleries across the country.
The Vimy Foundation, with the support of the Government of Canada presents an exciting new travelling exhibit: THE GREAT WAR IN COLOUR: A new look at Canada’s First World War effort – 1914-1918.
The exhibit will feature colourized First World War photos in addition to historical information and educational resources. The exhibit will be made available to museums and galleries across the country.
Stay tuned for future venues and tour dates.
The Vimy Foundation wants to recognize the generous support of our sponsors.
Thank you to our generous sponsors whose contributions helped shaped the Centennial Park.
Donated by the Province of New Brunswick
We shall never forget their service and sacrifice.
Remembered by their loving families and friends.
in memory of those who served.
On behalf of Husky Injection Molding Systems
a great Canadian, whose deep understanding of history afforded him a profound appreciation of the valour and the gritty determination displayed by his countrymen at Vimy.
Perpetuated by: The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) of Canada
remembers those Albertans who served their country in the First World War, and subsequent wars.
In loving memory of grandfather Pte. Hugh MacDougall, 1/1st Lovat’s Scouts Yeomanry Wounded at Gallipoli, Sept., 1915. Je Suis Prest.
The people of Manitoba, Canada will never forget the many who fought and died for our freedom.
Asseyez-vous. Enjoy the view of freedom they would insist. John Adie RFA 1914-18.
We would like to thank our generous donors who helped bring this memorial to life with their kind contributions.
Remembering Those Who Sacrificed Their Lives For Ours
In memory of Graham Burton
In loving memory of our ancestors who sacrificed for us all.
In memory of Pvt William Arthur Wilcox, 15th Bn, lost at Festubert, France May 21, 1915
We will remember them. Forever grateful, the Tattersall family and Heathbridge Capital Management
In memory of the brave souls who fought for our freedoms. We owe you immeasurable Gratitude.
Truth, Duty, Valour / Vérité, Devoir, Vaillance
In Honour of James R. Sutherland Sr. 44th Bn(Manitoba)
honours Sergeant Winfred (Fred) Alexander Glover, 21st Battalion, Canadian Infantry
in memory of Gunner Arthur Vickers and Private Arthur Fordham
in memory of Flight Lieutenant John Harvie Wiley
in loving memory of of our grandfather Wilfrid J. Fagan
“But honor the sacred mem’ry / Of those who for honor tried” Frank S. Brown, The Pats, 1915.
in memory of Lieutenant-Colonel John H. Chipman, MC, VD
We Will Remember You.
In memory of our beloved servicemen who paid the ultimate sacrifice. Requiescat in pace.
In honour of Private G. R. Mowforth
Thank you for your Gift of Freedom.
In loving memory of Lieutenant Maurice Alexander Jaques, lost Sept 3, 1916
In honour of Corporal Samuel Lester Kelsall 58th Battalion 9th MGC 3rd Division
in memory of Lieutenant-Colonel Gordon M. Wyant, OC, CD, QHP
In memory of LT T.J. Taylor, Cpl R. Anderson, and Pte W. Coolen
In memory of Robert Charles Peacock
in memory of Pte Harry Franklin Ritz (78th Bn)
In memory of Frederick Thomas Lodge & John (Jack) Fraser
In memory of Thomas Wilson, 196th Battalion CEF
To honour ARLINGTON CLARKE and the many brave Canadians who fought at Vimy Ridge.
Dedicated on behalf of the No Stone Left Alone Memorial Foundation, to all that rest upon this sacred Canadian land in France. We encourage all and especially, the world’s youth, to gaze upon its beauty and understand that the oak tree is a symbol of Bravery, Power, Protection and Truth. Please remember their sacrifices and the strength it took to defend us. We hope all will make a pledge, when they stand before it, to remember. May they be commemorated forever and our gratitude infinite. Peace be with you.
In memory of Major John Francis Costigan, 50th Battalion infantry. April 4th 1917 Canada.
In memory of Dr. W.R. Harwood
In memory of Lieutenant Henry (Harry) George Reginald Mews
salute their perpetuated CEF battalions – 3rd, 15th, 58th, 83rd, 92nd, 95th, 123rd, 124th, 134th, 166th, 170th, 198th, 204th and 255th. We will remember them!
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