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Visiting the Memorials

If you are planning on visiting some or all of the Project memorials in France and Belgium, it will make your visit much easier if you preload the locations for all of the memorials into your GPS device or on to Google Maps. Click the button below to download a file showing the locations of […]


Official History of the CEF  Canadian Expeditionary Force, 1914-1919 / by G.W.L. Nicholson. : DA3-4462E-PDF – Government of Canada Publications – International Committee of the Red Cross 1st War POW database Prisoners of the First World War | International Committee of the Red Cross – Specify your search criteria ( Veteran’s Affairs Canada – Virtual Memorial […]

Supporting other projects

Some examples of how we support other projects. “A War Horse Comes to Nova Scotia: Stories of Veterans and Animals of WW 1” BGen Young helped author DAVE WHITMAN with his book a few years back – specifically providing him… READ MORE Training for Armageddon: Niagara camp in The Great War 1914-1919 15th Battalion CEF […]

Ryerson Project

Ryerson Project This page outlines a project carried out by students at Ryerson University in April 2013. The objective of the project was to produce an “Interactive Map Representation and Demo graphic Analysis of the Nominal Roll of Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers and Men 15th Battalion C.E.F 1914” The Ryerson University consulting team accomplished this project […]

Cemetery cards project

In Flanders fields the poppies blow Between the crosses, row on row, That mark our place; ……. Major John McCrae (From “In Flanders Fields”) As part of the Memorial Project’s continued focus on commemoration, a simple card was designed that is placed in front of the headstones in CWGC cemeteries where The Fallen of the […]

Families remember

We do what we can to help interested descendants of those who served. Click this button if you have photos or other artifacts you can share with us or if you want help in researching your relative(s.) Contact us

Visit the memorials

Visit the memorials Below is a map showing all of the memorials erected by the project team. Click on a pin to learn more. The blue circles indicate multiple memorials. We will soon be adding a suggested itinerary for those who want to visit some or all of these memorials. Below is a map of […]

Project Memorials

This page shows all of the memorials created by the Project Team. Click HERE to see a dynamic map of all of the memorials. If you are going to visit some or all of the memorials, we can help. On the page for each memorial is a QR code. You can scan this code to […]

Media coverage

Out of the past & into the future Date published: August 1, 2022 Bricks and mortar museums must go digital to remain relevant. Click this link to read the article: Espirit… READ MORE Wooden cross returned to Vimy Ridge Date published: May 1, 2017 In April, celebrations were held across Canada and France to mark the […]

Project Background

The 15th Battalion Memorial Project was initiated in 2007 with a simple objective: to commemorate all those who served, especially those who gave their lives, in the 15th Battalion Canadian Expeditionary Force (C.E.F.) during The Great War 1914-1918. In the approach to the 100th anniversary of The First World War and the passing of that […]

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