The Veterans Affairs Canada site includes a wide variety of information on Canadian soldiers and commemoration. Some of the more noteworthy parts of this site include:
- Heroes Remember--a video archive of personal recollections of various war efforts. This archive is searchable by both name and hometown.
- The Canadian Virtual War Memorial--a registry of information about the graves and memorials of more than 116,000 Canadians who served. The interesting part of this being that the site also digital images of photographs and personal memorabilia about individual Canadians. Users can also contribute photos or information they may have about family members who served.
- Diaries, Letters, and Stories--This is a collection of WWI and WWII solider diaries and letters, all of which have been transcribed and made available to the general public online. These first hand account of the potential to be used by students as primary sources.
- Books of Remembrance--Many community libraries still house traditional books of remembrance. This archive features digital copies of many of the Books of Remembrance in the Memorial Chamber on Parliament Hill, and contains the names of many of those who participated in WWI and WWII.
- A selection of War diaries, featuring excepts from soldiers diaries from WWI.
- A virtual exhibit on WWII, "Faces of War." The exhibit also allows users to explore photos from both the LAC collection and the collection held by DND.
- Military Personnel records are also searchable via LAC. These records can be searched via names, location, military medals, war diaries, and war graves.
- Canadian Military Reference Book--available in full text online, simple resource for anyone looking to gain a basic background in Canadian military history.
- A number of lesson plans and educational suggestions relating to Canadian military history.