We talk to Alex Fitzgerald-Black of the Juno Beach Centre headquartered in Burlington, about how the centre came to be, its mission, and the challenges of COVID-19.

Make sure you check out the www.junobeach.org, which provides a fantastic resource for anybody wishing to learn more about Canada’s role in the second world war.

Also take a listen to the Juno Beach Centre’s own podcast, available here.

The museums we spoke to in episodes 20 and 21 for Remembrance week do fantastic work, and depend on public support to keep Canada’s history alive. They need help to get through Covid. You can donate at https://www.warplane.com/ and https://www.junobeach.org/donate/

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