Together, we will remember them.

100 years have passed since the end of the First World War. Today, the staff of Fort Rodd Hill National Historic Site want to share with you stories of people we remember. Over several months as part of an exhbit we call 100 Years of Remembrance, we uncovered the stories of our own ancestors and relatives who lived through times of war. Most families are full of narratives like these if we just take the time to ask and listen.

An emotional voyage

Through this project, Parks Canada staff have taken a remarkable journey of discovery. We all realized just how much war has impacted our loved ones, whose genes and memories we carry with us today. We wanted you to hear these stories through the individual voices of our staff, so that you might hear echoes of your own family stories. Below is a selection of those stories.

Visit Fort Rodd Hill and Fisgard Lighthouse National Historic Site and discover all 14 family stories on display in the Casemates 3 exhibit area.