Juno Beach Centre | Canada in WWII
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The only Canadian museum in  Normandy

The Juno Beach Centre
70th Anniversary
70th Anniversary of D-Day & the Battle of Normandy

Canada's D-Day Tribute Campaign. Remember Today. Remember Always.
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Celebrate the 70th Anniversary at the Juno Beach Centre in 2014.
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The Juno Beach Centre is a museum and cultural centre, which opened at Courseulles-sur-Mer, France on June 6, 2003. The Centre presents the war effort made by all Canadians, civilian and military alike, both at home and on the various fronts during the Second World War, as well as the manifold faces of contemporary Canadian society.

The Juno Beach Centre Association (JBCA) is a Canadian non-profit charitable corporation that is governed by a Board of Directors. The JBCA owns and operates the Juno Beach Centre in Normandy, France. The founder and past President was Garth Webb (1918-2012), a D-Day veteran.

The Minister of Canadian Heritage has designated the Juno Beach landing site to be a site of national historic significance to Canada.


Professional Development Trip for Educators






"Grandma, What Was it Like During the War?"
Life for Normans and Canadians from Occupation to Liberation

Grandma, What Was it Like During the War? Educational Activities for School Groups Discover the Exhibit as a family
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Label Normandie Qualité Tourisme
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