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.


Alex Decoteau

Born on the 19th of November in 1897, Alex Decoteau of the Red Pheasant Cree Nation was an accomplished Indigenous Canadian athlete who […]


One of the first wars that the young Dominion of Canada had to face was the Boer War of 1899-1902. Canada became involved in the conflict between the British […]

Greening Canadian Defence

Sustainability and environmental stewardship are integrated in Canada’s defence policy. Through the Defence Energy and Environment Strategy (DEES), Canada aims to reduce energy waste, use cleaner energy, and decrease its environmental footprint. […]

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 2020-05

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

Jigsaw Puzzle: In May 1945 . . .

   Valour Canada thanks I’m a Puzzle for their permission to embed puzzles on our page!

Launch: 2020 Scholarship Contest

Valour Canada is excited to announce the launch of its History and Heritage Scholarship (VCHHS). The aim of Valour Canada’s History and Heritage […]

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