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Explore the contributions to PME of Canadian government, military and academic sites.

Canadian Military Journal

The Canadian Military Journal is the official professional journal of the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) and the Department of National Defence (DND). It’s published quarterly under authority of the Minister of National Defence (MND). Each issue of the journal is published simultaneously in print and electronic versions.

Canadian Army Journal

The Canadian Army Journal is an official publication of the Canadian Army (CA) and is published three times a year (Spring/Summer/Fall). The CA Journal is dedicated to the dissemination and discussion of doctrinal and training concepts, ideas, and opinions by all army personnel and those civilians with an interest in doctrinal, training, and other military matters. The journal contains articles on related subjects such as leadership, ethics, technology, and military history.

Journal of Military and Strategic Studies - University of Calgary

The Journal of Military and Strategic Studies is an open-access and peer-reviewed publication that aims to disseminate original scholarship in strategic and military studies to an academic audience, as well as a public one, both nationally and internationally, and to provide a forum for the discussion of issues related to security, broadly defined. It approaches these topics from an academic position, open to all sectors of opinion, rather than one of advocacy. It includes editorials, independent and critical, on matters of current affairs, but its editorial stance is distinct from its academic one.

Laurier Centre for Military Strategic and Disarmament Studies - Wilfrid Laurier University

Since its launch in 1992, Canadian Military History has become one of the premier journals in its field. CMH is a peer-reviewed academic journal published bi-annually by the Laurier Centre for Military Strategic and Disarmament Studies with editorial and financial support from the Canadian War Museum. Its purpose is to foster research, teaching, and public discussion of historical and contemporary military and strategic issues.

The Gregg Centre for the Study of War & Society - University of New Brunswick

One of UNB's distinguished research centres, The Milton F. Gregg Centre for the Study of War and Society is devoted to excellence in the study of war as a complex social phenomenon.

Peace Support Training Centre (PSTC)

The Peace Operations Training Institute is pleased to partner with the Peace Support Training Centre (PSTC) to provide e-learning on peacekeeping courses at no cost. POTI offers courses in English, French, Spanish, and Portuguese. Personnel from Peace Support Training Centre may download all course materials, study their courses offline, take each self-scoring End-of-Lesson Quiz, and when they are ready, take the online End-of-Course Examination. Students who pass the examination with a minimum score of 75 % receive a Certificate of Completion for each course.

Canadian Army Today

Canadian Army Today is an independent magazine published twice a year in collaboration with the Canadian Army.

It’s a magazine about the people – Regular and Reserve – plans, operations, exercises, and equipment projects that comprise today’s land force. In each issue, you will find profiles of individual soldiers, insights about current and future operating and force employment concepts, stories from training exercises and operations, and reports on equipment projects and the decisions influencing the assessment of new capability and emerging technology. We’ll speak to the Army commanders and project managers of key programs, and to the experts in industry who supply and support them.

Directorate of History and Heritage
Department of National Defence / Canadian Armed Forces

The Directorate of History and Heritage (DHH) was founded in 1996, following the amalgamation of the National Defence History Directorate and the Directorate of Military Traditions and Heritage. The roots of our organization go all the way back to the First World War.

Canadian War Museum

The Canadian War Museum is Canada’s national museum of military history and one of the world’s most respected museums for the study and understanding of armed conflict.

The Museum traces its origins back to 1880, when it consisted primarily of a collection of militia artifacts. The Museum opened at its new location on the LeBreton Flats site in downtown Ottawa on May 8, 2005. Its opening not only marked the 60th anniversary of the end of the Second World War in Europe (V-E Day) but also the 125th anniversary of the Museum itself. Since its opening in 2005, the Museum has welcomed approximately 500,000 visitors every year.

Project '44

Project’44 is an online map of the Western Front of the Second World War, co-created by Nathan Kehler and Drew Hannen from the Canadian Research and Mapping Association (CRMA).  The CRMA partnered with museums and partner institutions like the Library and Archives Canada for over three years to digitize war diaries, maps and aerial photographs so that they could be available on the web map. This incredible feat has made over 7,000 pages of text and 7 million words available to the public. Aerial imagery of the Normandy front was supplied by the Institute National de L’information Geographique et Forestiere (IGN). The combinations of these primary source documents are distilled into Project’44 an easy-to-use interactive web map which is at the fingertips of historians and the general public.

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