In honour of Remembrance Day

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to all Canadian Military Records until November 12th

This Remembrance Day, discover your family’s hero.

Our Canadian Military records include details such as rank, home address, salary and more, and can connect your family to the frontlines of Canada’s most historic wartime battles. With these records that date back to as early as 1710, you may follow an ancestor’s journey from enlistment, to their post overseas, to awards received and, in some cases, to their final resting place.

Paint a picture of the hero in your family with FREE* ACCESS to all Canadian Military Records. Discover your family’s story of bravery and honour this Remembrance Day.

A Canadian Soldier’s Story

Frank Smith Brown was just 22 years old when he penned a poem from the front lines of the First World War. And, sadly, while Sergeant Brown was lost in battle soon after, the poem, and his gift of service to Canada, live on today.

View Sgt. Brown's records in our database:

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