Second issue of the RCRM Digital is here. We thank all those who have subscribed, we are very happy to welcome everyone to our community!

Hopes of the museum re-opening to the public are delayed yet again, but we are happy to share more digital content with our Subscribers. We also wish to announce that special programming is coming up for Veterans Week and Remembrance Day 2020, followed by Future of Tradition: Careers in Heritage, an online, free event for students, secondary or postsecondary level.

The online guided tours continue to be offered, please contact the Public Programmer for bookings. Our website also offers interactive activities, online or printable games, as well as lessons for elementary and secondary levels.

The museum is not charging membership fees, but financial donations are appreciated (payments by cheque preferred, credit cards also accepted)

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Stories from the Collection highlights artifacts in our holdings, as well as the fascinating stories they bring to light. This month's story features Harry Tredennick Cock's manuscript titled "Short History of The Royal Canadian Regiment, 1883-1933."
A recent addition to our collection: a field jacket, US pattern, with RCR accoutrements. This piece of uniform was in use in Germany, in the 1960s.



Episode 8 of the RCRM Speakers Series podcast is now available: "You, Sir Frederick, Will be Chairman": Military Research and the NRC 1937-1941 is an overview of Banting's involvement with military research in Canada. The presentation was prepared by Grant Maltman, Curator of Banting House National Historic Site of Canada. The series continued with Heather Ellis, who researched a murder committed in 1933, Murder Comes to Westminster: The Killing of Pte. A. Buttery



Drop-in Wednesday at 11:30am (EST) has become very popular. Curator and Public Programmer have shared special views, featuring a variety of topics and artefacts, from Brigadier Milton F. Gregg medal set to United Nations Peacekeeping missions, the medal set belonging to Colonel Harry Tredennick Cock or the Korean War silver memorial.
Comprehensive education packages are available for parents and educators to mark Remembrance Day 2020.

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