Are you a Canadian army veteran of the Second World War? We're particularly interested in the ground offensive of Northwest Europe from D-Day to VE Day. If you'd like to share your story we'd love to hear it. Contact us at email@example.com. Do you have your personnel records from the war? If not, we recommend you get them. Here is an application form. And here are the instructions that go with it. They are in pdf format.
Are you a family member who'd like to find out more about your mother's or father's or uncle's or grandparent's wartime experiences? Library and Archives Canada has all the personnel records since they were working in the public service. Here is an application form. And here are the instructions that go with it. They are in pdf format.
WW2 — If you are interested in any of the 40,000+ Canadians who died during the Second World War, then their personnel records are already public record and can be viewed online HERE at Library and Archives Canada.
WW1 — If you are interested in any of the 600,000+ members of the Canadian Expeditionary Force, it doesn't matter if they died or survived. All the personnel records are public record either way and their attestation papers can be viewed online HERE at Library and Archives Canada.
Everyone has a story. Or a few. 'A' Squadron of the Sherbrooke Fusilier Regiment in the UK before D-Day.