After having heard an informative overview of what Juno is, how it became and what it symbolizes, the students and I experienced a visual exposition which was beautifully presented. I would encourage visitors to put aside at least 2 hours in order to take in the wealth of information. With the many photos, eye-witness accounts, and maps, there is so much to learn. It is also a moving visit. Thank you / Merci.
Judith Genis (teacher)
— April 28 2010
I was impressed with the variety of exhibits, information, and methods of showing/communicating the info and pieces in the Centre. The diversity of information and highlighting not only D-Day, but other Canada’s participation throughout the war in different occupations was excellent. To include portrayals of Canadian life and the country as a whole, both with respect to the war and before/after it, helps people to better understand us as a nation. I feel that both Canadians and non-Canadians alike will learn things here at the Centre, and provide a better understanding, awareness, and appreciation of Canada and its impact.