Newfoundland & Labrador
War Brides

It is believed that about 800 War Brides came to Newfoundland.

As of Oct. 22, 2015 there are 600 War Brides Listed.


Canadian War Brides & Families – Reunion 2016

The Reunion begins on Friday afternoon, May 20th with Registration in the Westin Nova Scotian Hotell lobby and our Hospitality Suite in the Seaport Room with tea, coffee, and goodies. Be prepared for many conversations and lots of laughs over a nice cuppa & biscuit! Friday evening will include Happy Hour from 5 to 6 pm in the Atlantic Mezzanine followed by a delicious dinner in the Atlantic Ballroom and we’re hoping for a wonderful singalong after dessert & tea/coffee!

Saturday, May 21st, begins with our AGM in the Lunenberg Room from 10 to 11 am. Pier 21 staff are already busy organizing a wonderful Afternoon Tea on Saturday that will include round trip transportation from our hotel and lots of fun & excitement. Saturday’s Gala Banquet begins with Happy Hour in the Atlantic Mezzanine from 5 to 6 pm followed by another fabulous meal in the Atlantic Ballroom. We have the Royal Canadian Navy Stadacona Band booked as this evening’s entertainment and we’re confident they are already busy practicing all of your favourite tunes.

Sunday, May 22nd, starts at 9 am with our Church Service in the Lunenberg Room followed by an impressive Breakfast Buffet in the Atlantic Ballroom. And before we make our way home we always join hands in a very large circle and sing ‘We’ll Meet Again’ through many smiles and a few tears.

Please registor by March 15, 2016 see my web site for the registration form.

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Newfoundland & Labrador
Female War Veterans

| Enter War Veterans Site | Last Updated Feb. 21, 2011|

This section is just new and will take time to obtain all the missing information.


It is believed that about 525 Newfoundland Women enlisted.

As time permits I will also add the War Brides who served because Newfoundland
was independent at the time of WWII our war history is somewhat hard to track down.

The history of both the Newfoundland and Labrador
War Brides and the Newfoundland Female Veterans
is very important; therefore I decided to dedicate this site to both.
I split this site so the story of both these group of women would not be lost.

This site is dedicated to honor these women and meant to be a starting point for future generations to research a family ancestry and understand that these women played an important part in who we are today.

This site is also filling a void in our history by providing students with a link to a history that has gone unrecorded.

For the last three years this site has received between 500-600 hits in the month of March when school students are doing research for the School Heritage Fair’s and last year a project about a war bride took first place in the Western area. This year I hope to put some light on the part played by Female veterans. Please Note:

Since 2006 I have put in almost 4000 hours into the development, upkeep and expansion of this site. At present this site has 1478 files, 821 HTML files, 28,263 links and 544 external links. I am only one person so if you find an error on one of the pages please send me an email so I can fix it. This site is still growing and I hoping to provide interesting information and links as I find them.

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