The CMEC is an interactive, living history museum that purposefully educates Canadian students, teachers and the public about Canadian military history.Read More
Al and Elsie Antonson met in Vancouver at the end of the Second World War, marrying soon after and raising their family in Burnaby, and then living in the Fraser Valley for many years after retirement. Al’s collection of well-thumbed books on the war grew into a small...Read More
The CMEC museum has one of the largest collections of Military Vehicles in Canada. We are looking for corporate sponsors to help keep our vehicles up and running. Contact us at email@example.com if you, or your company would like get involved.Read More
...to never forget the sacrifices made by our Canadian Soldiers and Peacekeepers.
The CMEC is a Non Profit Museum Society. We are a member of the Organization Of Military Museums and a recognized Military Museum by the DND. Operated by a group of dedicated volunteers the museum functions by public donations and the support of the City of Chilliwack.
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Donations are greatly appreciated. If you would like to make a donation, please contact Dan Jahn @ 604-467-1988 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Cheques can be made to the Canadian Military Education Centre.
We are always looking for donations of military equipment and memorabilia to be used in our displays.
We are open on Fridays for school field trips and admission is $5.00 per student. We also take appointments for birthday parties and other special events and can be open at night for scouts and cadet groups. Contact us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org for more info or to book a tour.
The Remembering Project – A CMED Production