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Organization of Military Museums of Canada Inc.
Established 1967
Location Ottawa Ontario, Canada
Website (Official)

The Organization of Military Museums of Canada is a national organization for the promotion of military museums in Canada.

The OMMC was established in 1967 by a group of military museums, historians, and military history enthusiasts. It has over 40 individual and 60 institutional members including Canadian Forces museums, Parks Canada sites federal, provincial and municipal museums. The OMMC is a registered, charitable, not for profit organization which was incorporated as the Organization of Military Museums of Canada in 1992. Ms. Marilyn Gurney is the President of OMMC Inc. The OMMC is located in Ottawa, Ontario Canada


Mission and Vision

The OMMC mission is "to preserve the military heritage of Canada by encouraging the establishment and operation of military museums, to educate museum staff through lectures, discussions, workshops, visits, publications and exhibits, and to cooperate with other public and private bodies devoted to the same or similar purposes." The OMMC vision is "to foster and be part of a national co-operation in a common agenda to preserve and interpret the domestic military history of Canada, set in the wider context of Canadian and international society and human affairs."[1]


The OMMC is an association of peoples and organizations who operate military museums, promote the Military history of Canada, preserve and display military artifacts and militaria, and re-enact military operations.

The OMMC Inventory of Canadian Military Memorials in Canada was a millennium project to identify and record all Canadian military memorials in Canada. [2]

The OMMC provides courses, meetings and other opportunities for members to explore common problems, provide instruction on new methods in museological practice and broaden the historical knowledge of museum staffs. The OMMC Studies Awards, for example, provide financial support to our members who participate in museology courses, training workshops and personnel development as a means of furthering their education and training. The OMMC newsletter is The Bulletin. [3]


The OMMC's partners include the Canadian Museums Association (CMA). Member organizations partner with local heritage organizations.


The Organization of Military Museums of Canada was incorporated in 1992. The OMMC fosters public awareness and promotes the enjoyment of Canada’s military history. The “Bezeau Report”, the OMMC strategic plan was presented to the membership in 1998. [4]

Member Organizations include

See also

History of Canada

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  1. ^ Organization of Military Museums of Canada
  2. ^ OMMC Inventory of Canadian Military Memorials in Canada
  3. ^ Organization of Military Museums of Canada
  4. ^ History of the Canadian Forces Museums 1919-2004

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