During Canada’s “Hundred Days,” the final phase of the First World War, the Canadian Corps spearheaded attacks that paved the way to the Armistice that ended the conflict. Discover more about the men and women who served for Canada and the Dominion of Newfoundland and who helped make this victory possible.
Search Canada’s most complete database of military personnel records.
Read the biographies of 100 men and women who served in the First World War.
Read our blog series about the brave Canadians who were awarded the Victoria Cross.
Explore tools for teachers and students in this project that combines historical research with community outreach.
Browse our digitized microfilm records about indigenous soldiers who served in the First World War.
Consult our collection of databases on the Great War.
Discover some of Canada’s nursing sisters who served in the First World War and other resources.
Transcribe and tag using Co-Lab, a new collaboration tool for personal files of some of Canada’s nursing sisters who served in the First World War.