Valour Canada is a not-for-profit organization that educates young Canadians about our shared military heritage by developing and providing learning opportunities designed to foster a deeper understanding of who we are as individuals, citizens, and as a nation.


Valour Canada has embarked on a project to commemorate the 75th anniversary of Canada’s involvement in D-Day and the subsequent Battle of Normandy.

We bring Canadian battlefields to Canadians with the help of new 360⁰, virtual reality technologies.


Eva May Roy

A member of the Canadian Women’s Army Corps (CWAC), Eva May Roy was the subject of one of Molly Lamb Bobak’s most famous […]

Alvie Burden

Born January 30, 1922, in Tisdale, Saskatchewan, Alvie Burden is one of the oldest surviving Black Canadian veterans of the Second World War. […]

Elsie MacGill: Queen of the Hurricanes

World War One caused a profound shift in societal expectations for women. Traditionally, women were restricted to jobs such as servants, teachers, seamstresses, […]

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