The Canadian Battlefields Foundation undertakes programs to commemorate and promote public awareness of Canada’s role in the two World Wars and other wars of the 20th century.

The Foundation was established in 1992 to educate and actively promote public awareness of Canada’s role in the Second World War. Spend some time with us to learn more about our objectives of increasing public awareness of Canada’s contributions to peace and freedom in the wars of the twentieth century. Visit our recommended links and feel free to contact us with your comments or suggestions.

Special Highlights

As a partnership of the Canadian Battlefields Foundation, the Laurier Centre for the Study of Canada is now presenting Season 2 of the Maple Leaf Route Webinar Series.

For details on dates and times, visit the Laurier Centre for the Study of Canada website.

News Highlights

77th Anniversary D-Day

1 year ago

With ongoing restrictions on travel and limitations for gatherings, a modest D-Day celebration was held at La Maison des Canadiens (Canada House) on June 6th. (left to right) Nicolas Hoffer, Nicole Hoffer, vice-president

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Canadian Battlefields Foundation
Canadian Battlefields Foundation is at Australian War Memorial.
Australian War Memorial
Checking out the Australian War Memorial. #cbf2019 Gregg Centre
Student Activity

June 5th, 2019

3 years ago

We had a busy past few days as we visited many military cemeteries and D Day Academy which was a military museum filled with trucks and Canadian, American, and German military equipment and guns. Today (June 5th) we started

May 30th, 2019

May 30th, 2019

3 years ago

Today was probably one of the most interesting days that I have found thus far. Starting of at the Australian memorial and monument for the First World War along with the Sir John Monash Center. This memorial was definitely