(Photo source: Library and Archives Canada)
Pearce Heritage Research Associates supports the
Canadian Wall of Remembrance Project
According to WOR:
- A total of 152 Canadian Forces have died in Afghanistan with approx 1,442 wounded since 2002.
- 125,000 Canadians have served in some 50 UN peacekeeping missions since 1949, with 116 deaths.
- Canada sent 26,791 troops to fight in Korea in 1951; 516 died, 1,042 were wounded.
- Over 1,159,000 men and women served in the Canadian Armed Forces during the Second World War (1939-1945); 44,093 lost their lives, and another 55,000 were wounded.
- Over 600,000 men and women enlisted in the Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) during the First World War (1914 -1918) as soldiers, nurses and chaplains. Of these 66,655 were killed and another 172,950 were wounded.
- The South African War, 1899-1902, is a key event in the military history of Canada. It marked the first occasion for which Canada dispatched troops to an overseas war. A total of 7,368 Canadians and 12 Nursing Sisters served in South Africa. Of these, 267 died and 252 were wounded.
Please visit their website today to learn more and show your support: www.worassociation.ca.
We say “thank you” to all our military veterans.