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Are Canadian military records accessible to the public?

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Canadian military records are available to the public from the Library and Archives Canada, which contains all military records. The site also has a contact form for requests.

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The Canadian Library and Archives has information on military heritage that includes a section on World War II. Lists include Canadian Armed Forces members who died during service, records not held by the Library and Archives Canada, those rejected for active Canadian Armed Forces service on medical grounds and many more.

In addition to online requests, the public may submit requests by fax or mail. Some information may require proof of relationship for full access.

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