The Greater Victoria Afghanistan Memorial

The Greater Victoria Afghanistan Memorial Project (GVAMP) Society is creating this permanent, public memorial to recognize all members of the Canadian Armed Forces and the Public Service of Canada who served their country during the Mission, GVAMP will honour and draw public attention to their service and the Afghanistan Mission. The Memorial will specifically list by name all members of the Canadian Armed Forces and the Public Service of Canada who made the supreme sacrifice during the Mission. In addition, the Memorial will recognize the support of families and those who returned with mental and physical wounds.

Handout

Click on the memorial image to download a handout describing the GVAMP initiative.

Remembering, Honouring and Learning

The project will engage youth through public awareness during Canada’s 150th Anniversary year. Under the guidance of GVAMPS’ patron, The Honourable Judith Guichon, Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia, youth will be encouraged to engage with the project through educational competitions, visits and participation in the unveiling ceremony prior to Remembrance Day 2017. Veterans and the Canadian Armed Forces will also participate in the unveiling of the Memorial.

Click on the images below to learn more about the Afghanistan campaign, the fallen, and the monument that will help us remember, honour and learn.

Afghanistan 2001 - 2014

Canada’s longest conflict

The Fallen

Lest We Forget

Design & Location

A place for all to visit and reflect.

The Inscriptions

Remembering and Honouring