Honouring our veterans

Free admission for veterans and serving members

November 9, 2021 to November 13, 2021

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A huge building with a rounded glass façade is topped by a glowing red tower. Partially obscured.

CMHR, Aaron Cohen

Event details

To mark Indigenous Veterans Day on November 8 and Remembrance Day on November 11, the Museum extends free admission to all veterans and serving members of the military and their families (up to a total of four people per group).

Free admission for veterans and serving members.

This offer will be in place from Tuesday, November 9 through Saturday, November 13. Free passes can be obtained from the Ticketing and Information Desk inside the Main Entrance.

The Museum is closed on Monday, November 8 and will be open only in the afternoon (1 p.m. to 5 p.m.) on Thursday, November 11 as a measure of respect for this solemn occasion and its morning ceremonies.

The Israel Asper Tower of Hope will also be lit red during the week to draw attention to the service and sacrifice of our military personnel, including Indigenous veterans who have often faced issues of racism and exclusion. To learn more, we invite you to explore the story of Dick Patrick.