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If your interested in our history of war, and the equipment used during war & peace keeping events in our past. This is the place to go. there is tours with guides to explain the equipment used and ammo used. I found it interesting. Covers...More
This was my families first visit to the National War Memorial. The history and detail around this monument is amazing. I appreciated that the snow has been completely removed from the monument and that paths have been cleared for those of us who brave the...More
For history and war buffs this could be very interesting. But it was a frigid and windy day when we visited and it was too cold for me to stand and read all the informative facts. I recommend to come in the spring or fall...More
It is so moving. It is so affirming to be with such large crowds on that day, from everywhere in Canada, new Canadians, very young to very old, all shades of colour, all points of view. So sad, but so warm. Ok not warm, bundle...More