Success stories about the donation of surplus military materiel
Below is a list of some items that the DND/CAF has recently donated to various organizations, as well as links to news articles and success stories related to disposal.
Recently donated items
Military monuments are an important aspect of preserving Canada's military heritage. Below is a list of items recently donated by the DND/CAF to various organizations:
- Art work from the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) Artist Program was donated to the Royal Canadian Legion in Kanata, Ontario.
- Six M548's were donated to the Bovington Tank Museum in the United Kingdom.
- A bridge, Scout car and 25 lb gun were donated to the Town of Farnham, Quebec.
- Two C1 Howitzers were donated to Glacier National Park, British Columbia.
- The Ojibwa Submarine was donated to Elgin Museum, St. Thomas, Ontario.
- A 5 1/4 ton command truck was donated to the Strait Area Ground Search and Rescue, Nova Scotia.
- A M113 was donated to the Royal Canadian Legion in Streetsville, Ontario.
- A M109 was donated to the Royal Canadian Legion in Wallaceburg, Ontario.
- A fire truck was donated to the Village of Wawanesa, Manitoba.
Visit our How to request a donation of surplus military materiel for step-by-step guidance on requesting a donation/monument or to join the donation register for future potential donations.
The Canadian Armed Forces have donated some of their supplies to non-profit organizations that are helping with aid and reconstruction efforts in Haiti.
For questions related to disposal processes please contact the Directorate of Supply Chain Operations.
E-mails sent to this address will be forwarded to the appropriate contact within the directorate.
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