Women in the Canadian Navy

Last updated on
Tuesday, September 9th, 2008
Program Description

World War II afftected Canadian society profoundly, especially for women. This tour examines the issues faced by young women who joined the Women's Royal Canadian Naval Service (WRCNS) to serve their country during World War II, and events leading to their inclusion as officers and enlisted personnel in the modern Navy.

Please note: This is a museum-based tour. It does NOT include a tour of a Canadian naval vessel of any description.

Fee Details
Fee Notes: 

$45 per group (maximum 20 students).No cost for adult supervisors

Additional Notes

Weekend tours by arrangement. Times/dates offered by arrangement. This tour can be customized to suit particular requirements.
Help is available to teachers/schools financing trips to the provincial Capital. Contact www.bcpcc.com for field trip subsidy information.