Film, Video, and TV Production

Bringing Historical accuracy to your shoot

Talk to us about bringing the sound and visuals of heavy metal to your project - Video, Images, Film, and TV support.

more than 8o running military tracked and wheeled vehicles

Pick from WW2, Cold War, and Modern Vehicles


Not just the vehicle, but the drivers, technicians, safety, and knowledge that you need.

Our Museum’s vehicles have been utilized in a number recognizable Canadian and international productions, from cola commercials to feature-length films and music videos.

In the early years, several of our ferrets were featured in such productions as the popular CBC series Seeing Things.

By the mid-1990s, our vehicles were showing up across Canadian popular culture. Our WW II vintage Sherman tank ‘Bart’ was prominently featured in Canadian rock band Our Lady Peace’s video.

More recently, our equipment was featured in a few of the CRB Foundation’s public service award-winning history minutes commemorating Canada’s military achievements and war-time history, specifically Mona Parsons and The Dutch Liberation of 1945.

In Spring 2007, the Museum’s APCs were used extensively in the production of History Television’s production entitled The Battle of Medak Pocket  which aired nationally on the CBC in November 2007.

We at the Ontario Regiment Museum can provide not only the vehicles, but all of the required  safety and support required.

The Museum also has a large inventory of period uniforms, equipment, and weapons (deactivated); which can be either rented as props or accessed by property masters/costumers for research.

If you are a film or television producer and are considering employing any of the Museum’s resources in an upcoming production, please contact the Museum’s Operations Manager.
Mr. Matt Rutledge
Operations Manager