Welcome to RCSigs.ca, the RC Sigs Militaria Web Site, a site dedicated to capturing, preserving and sharing the rich history of the Royal Canadian Corps of Signals and its antecedents. The site has a large body of information and images dealing with history, units, regulations, uniforms, insignia, places, equipment and just about anything else related to the Canadian Signal Corps. Feel free to start exploring using the side menu and follow your interest through the site. A search function is also available to locate information if you're not sure where to find it.
Readers may be particularly interested in the following featured content:
- Graves of our Fallen Project
- A project has been launched to develop a comprehensive Signals Honour Roll of those who lost their lives as a result of their service and to collect photographs of their gravestones. Please see the Graves of our Fallen Project page for details and to find out how you can help!
- Honours and Awards
- One of the recent focuses of new content has been to capture the lists of recipients of various medals, honours and awards. Signals personnel have provided distinguished service and have been recognized for their contributions. See Honours and Awards to Signals Personnel to see what has been generated so far.
- C and E Battlefield Study: Jimmy Returns to Vimy
- As part of the Canada 150 events, the C&E Branch is organizing a Battlefield Study to France and Belgium entitled "Jimmy Returns to Vimy". In order to support the study, research material is available on RCSigs.ca for the locations, soldiers and events that will be discussed and visited during the trip.
- NWT and Y History
- A project to capture the history of the Northwest Territories and Yukon Radio System was undertaken by Michael Martin in 1999. Over the years he's done a fantastic job of building up www.nwtandy.rcsigs.ca and we all owe him a huge debt of gratitude. When Micheal was looking for someone to pass the torch to I offered to integrate his content with this, the main site and I am slowly tackling the daunting task. A NWT&Y portal has been created within this site to keep the material viewable in it's familiar format and as a collection. Please check it out and let me know what you think.
Have information, photos or knowledge to share? Contributions to the site are welcome and will be fully credited. With the growing scope of the site, contributions are key to ensuring all aspects of Canadian Signals are addressed. If you'd like to provide material or otherwise help improve the site don't hesitate to become involved in this important endeavor.