Doors Open London at The RCR Museum: 14-15 Sept 2019

We are taking part in the city wide event Doors Open London, museum open on extended hours Sat and Sun , from 11am to 5pm. We will feature Capt O'Leary's collection both days, displays of military equipment by the 4th Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment, on Sat and Hamilton Vintage Signals group on Sunday. Follow this link for details details here.

Request for Proposals: deadline 23 Sept 2019

The Royal Canadian Regiment Museum is now seeking proposals for design, production and installation of interpretive material in bilingual format, for the 1898 to 1913 section of the permanent gallery. This project will includes graphic concepts, printing and installation. For details on this Request for Proposals, follow this link: RFP-RCRMRoomB.

The RCR Museum on Virtual Museums Canada Network

"Topography of Grief. Mapping the Great War Dead in London, ON (1914-1921)" is live on Virtual Museums Canada, Community Stories. This exhibition has been developed in partnership by the museum and MA Public History Program at Western University, 2017 Class.

Like many other Canadian cities, London, Ontario, suffered the impact of the trench warfare fought in Europe between 1914 and 1918. This exhibit explores collective memory and individual grief, by mapping homesteads in mourning, along with official commemorative sites throughout the city today. While unveiling some of the artefacts produced to commemorate or acknowledge the sacrifices, our research also brought forward the next-of-kin, who were subject to a more personal experience of loss.

The exhibition is available in bilingual format.

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.