Honour a Hero is a 3000 sq. foot exhibit of Canadian Military artifacts from 1812 to Afghanistan. It is displayed for one week each
year for the public and is interactive for the school children to visit. It is an excellent source of material for historians and any
The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 102 Walkerton 16th Honour A Hero exhibit and program was a huge success with 700 students and 300 people from
the general public in attendance. This year the students had the opportunity to learn about the Crimean War 1853-1856 (personal stories and artifacts),
how the Victory Cross came to be, 100th Anniversary of the Newfoundland Regiment No2 Construction Battalion, M4 Sherman Tank periscope and gun
sight, telegraph system, along with 200 new artifacts from WWI to WWII, for students and the public to enjoy viewing in this interactive exhibit. The
Scared Heart High School and Walkerton District Community School history classes where present during the exhibit as presenters to the elementary
school students again this year with great passion about or our local military history.
The Royal Canadian Legion encourages everyone to take the time out of there busy lives to learn more about what our veterans have done during the
war years and what they have given us for many years of Peace. There are more than 300 new artifacts for this coming year from World War I, Polish
Army collection, The Royal Canadian Air Force model airplanes, air force squadron crests, airplane photographs and so much more.