The Bruce Remembers website includes names of individuals, with a connection to Bruce County and the local First Nation communities, who served in a military capacity during war time or peace, with more detailed information being added as it becomes available. In addition, images of items from the Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre’s Collection enhances the profiles of individuals. Our Local Heroes section includes individuals about whom a larger amount of material is available within the Collection.
We would like to acknowledge the Bruce County Public Library for their foresight in creating the original virtual memorial website.
We also thank all the Bruce County Branches of the Royal Canadian Legion who have worked with us over the years.
Special thanks to the staff, volunteers and the Bruce County Historical Society, who have all contributed in making this website a reality.
Contribute Information and Images
If an individual is not listed on the site, or you have information that would enhance the site, please contact us.
We also welcome inquiries about donations of photographs, journals, letters, and other items to the Museum’s permanent Collection. Such items will also be linked or uploaded to Bruce Remembers.
Contact the Archives at the Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre: email@example.com, 226-909-2426.
Use of Images
Researchers, teachers and students are welcome to use the information and images contained within this website for personal research, study and educational purposes. Distribution, publication, commercial use, or deposit into another institution are not permitted without the consent of BCM&CC. Reproduction of digital content contained in the database may be requested by contacting the Archives 519-797-2080.” Citation Format: “Name of Item.” Bruce Remembers, Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre, accessed [insert date here], . [Copy full URL from page on which image was retrieved.]
Reproduction of digital content contained in the database may be requested through the submission of a Photo Order Form or by contacting the Archives 519-797-2080.