This is a critical time for Canadian history.

Now more than ever, special effort is required to prevent our stories and legacies from disappearing, and it is the King & Empire Foundation’s mission to support this effort. Please join us in keeping our stories alive. We are a registered charity so contributions can be tax deductible.

Projects Needing Your Support

MISSION CRITICAL

Thirteen Years After

Help us make history by donating to support the Thirteen Years After audio series. In 15 episodes, hear bestselling author Will Bird recount his fascinating 1931 journey back to the old battlefields of the First World War. Will recalls the memorable nights spent with his closest friends and the deadly combat he saw at Vimy, the Somme and Passchendaele. Read more

The Trial of August Sangret

Help us make history by donating to support the August Sangret audio series. In 10 episodes we present the story of August Sangret, a Métis from Battleford, Saskatchewan, who was charged with murdering his girlfriend Joan Pearl Wolfe, and subsequently tried and hanged by a British Court. Did August Sangret get a fair trial? Read more

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Searching for Vimy’s Lost Soldiers

You may watch the full Directors Cut of Searching for Vimy’s Lost Soldiers. Funded in part by your Contributions!

Searching For Vimy’s Lost Soldiers excerpts

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Remembrance Day Reflection

The Story of the World War 2 SPECIAL OPERATIONS EXECUTIVE (SOE) Moderated by CBC’s Award Winning Journalist Nahlah Ayed REGISTER…

Will Bird Podcast

In our second podcast, special guests Heather and Stephen Murray share memories about their grandfather, Will R. Bird, the celebrated…

A granite reminder of Black’s Corners’ lost history

The Great War effected all communities across Canada both big and small. Black’s Corners was a hamlet near Ottawa and…

In Korea: an evening with Norm Christie

Event:An evening with Norm Christie When: May 6, 2021 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Guest of Honour: 2…

Our premiere podcast

Listen to our first broadcast, as we cover the people behind the launch of the King & Empire Foundation, current…

An interview with Jules Paivio

Unedited interview footage shot during the making of The Lost Graves of the International Grave, Part IV of the Battlefield…

Foundation Documentary Archive

Foundation videos are available to the public for educational, research, private study and non-commercial uses only.

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