National historic sites of the First World War
Battlefields and forts
Visit the Carleton Martello Tower, used as detention center for deserters during the First World War.
Plan a trip to Saint John, New Brunswick, where you can tour the grounds of Fort Beauséjour and honour a hometown hero.
Learn more about this west coast artillery fortress, active during both the First and Second World War.
Take a trip to the hometown of one of Canada’s pioneer military aviators, Lt. William F.N. Sharpe.
Visit this historic fort, in a city that accomplished Canadian veterans once called home.
Visit the Sault Ste. Marie Canal National Historic Site, hometown to several Canadian war heroes.
Plan your trip to Signal Hill, St John’s most popular landmark, and home to Canadian veterans of the First World War.
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Laws and regulations
Get to know the remarkable stories of individuals from all walks of life who made unique contributions to the war effort.
Over the top
Set out on an interactive adventure that allows you to experience life in the trenches during the First World War.
Signal Hill Tattoo
Experience the pride and solemn power of Newfoundland's military past through a showcase of historical music, manoeuvres and pageantry.
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