RCRM DIGITAL

RCRM Digital is a free membership for all, designed to engage with our public in London, Ontario, across Canada and… world-wide!

We welcome everyone, from everywhere. Subscribers will receive a monthly update about the museum activities and its most recent digital content.

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The museum is not charging membership fees, but financial donations are appreciated (email or call 519.660.5275 ext 5015 for details).

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Everyone's health and safety is paramount. In order to prevent the spread of COVID 19, the museum continues to be closed to the public. Email Public Programmer to book an online guided tour or Retail Clerk for medal mounting services and/or gift shop purchases.

For past events, click here.

The Royal Canadian Regiment Museum, as a component of The Royal Canadian Regiment, will preserve, collect and present artifacts, archives and other militaria that are relevant for the history of the Regiment in order to assist in building pride, esprit and solidarity amongst all members of The RCR family. The Museum will also foster a deeper understanding of the Regimental experience, within the broader context of military and Canadian history, among other veterans, communities in the London area and all Canadians.

The RCR Museum will promote and enhance the pride that Canadians have in their military and its achievements through ensuring they know the story of one of our nation's great Regiments.

Podcast: RCRM Speakers Series

Interested in Canadian history? The RCRM Speakers Series Podcast is now available. Monthly episodes featuring talks related to anniversaries and milestones in Canadian military engagements are produced with support from OIART Program Director, Mark Vogelsang. The material is available in English only.

Season 1, Episode 10: A Cenotaph for the Community: How Londoners Have Remembered the First World War (Nov. 26, 2020)


Season 2

Season 2 of the RCRM Speakers Series will explore various aspects of loss in the context of military conflict. When this topic attracts scholarly attention, the unthinkable is often revealed. Complex facets of the dynamic between mourning and commemoration, depravation and rejection or disposal of war by-products surface. All of it leaves undeniable traces on the communities found in the path of the clash. The Series resumes 21st of January 2021 on YouTube with Professor Gordon Heath and his reflections on The Trauma of War and the Rise of Religious Pacifism in the Interwar Years, 1919-1939.


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