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Museum News and Events

Major Breaking News

The Museum has acquired a 1943 General Motors “Fox” Armoured Car and it will be unveiled to the public on 23 September 2023.  What makes this even more special, is that this vehicle was built 80 years ago on the GM assembly line here in Oshawa!  This is a piece of Military, Canadian, Automotive, and Oshawa history in a single artifact.

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If you want to support your Museum, there are several ways that you can.  The most important way is to come out and visit!  However, there are other ways that you can be a part as well.  The “Donate and Help” tab can show you how to make a donation, join the Patreon program, tag us using social media, or leave a review on a travel site.  Of course, we are always looking for more volunteers!

The Museum is open seven days a week (may be closed for special events) from 12pm to 4pm and by appointment.

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The 2023 Aquino Tank Weekend has completed and was a huge success.  We broke all of our records for attendance.  Thank You for your support! But the year is not over, there are more Tank Saturdays left in the year so come out to see what your Museum has going on!

The Tank Season 2023 schedule has been released with two brand-new themes
  • 9 September 2023 – Korea<
  • 14 October 2023 –  Armageddon

Get your Tank Saturday  tickets here before they sell out

Proud to be a part of Project Uplift!

Project Uplift is a collaborative project that includes The Ontario Regiment RCAC Museum, Wounded Warriors Canada, the Abilities Centre and students from the Ontario Tech University’s Engineering and Applied Sciences faculty.  The goal is to make an operational military vehicle (the Museum’s LAV III) accessible to those with physical disabilities or limitations.  

The students will be designing and building the devices to be installed on the LAV as part of their capstone design course over two semesters.  Wounded Warriors Canada will be raising funds to design and produce the final product.