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.

Engaging, responsive, dynamic, meaningful, and transformative, are all words that describe our pedagogical practice, and alongside our stakeholders we continuously aim to integrate these aspects with our programming.

“I make a point of taking my Grade 11 students to Valour’s programming every year . . . participating in the program heightens their level of engagement and really helps to create a meaningful connection for them between Canada’s military, past and present.  I have seen first-hand how it opens students’ eyes to a different aspect of citizenship and service to our country, something I cannot create by myself in my classroom.”             – Calgary Teacher


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.


Peggy Lee

An estimated 600 Chinese Canadians volunteered to serve in the military during the Second World War (WWII) even though they did not possess […]

The Louie Brothers

It is estimated that nearly 300 Chinese Canadians served in World War I (WWI). Brothers Wee Tan Louie and Wee Hong Louie are […]

VE Day

During the nearly 5.5 years of the Second World War, over one million Canadians served in the North Atlantic Ocean, Italy, Hong Kong, […]

Valour Canada Newsletter

Our monthly newsletter engages our subscribers with stories of military history and updates on Valour Canada news and events.



Our award-winning video series engages Canadians with the histories and monuments that commemorate the thousands who have and continue to serve their country.


Valour Canada Newsletter 2020-01

January 2020 marks the release of the second issue of Valour Canada’s new Newsletter: a collection of military trivia and stories, alongside an […]

Valour Canada Newsletter 2019-12

December 2019 marks the relaunch of Valour Canada’s Newsletter: a collection of military trivia and stories, alongside an update on Valour Canada events […]


At 7 pm on Saturday, Nov. 9th, 2019, Valour Canada and the Royal Alberta United Services Institute host Mr. Andrew Robertshaw at the […]