Veterans Groups and Publications
The 2nd Canadian Divisional Ammunition Column of St. John, New Brunswick published and distributed the peacetime version of its war diary to veterans of the unit. It includes a list of the current occupations and whereabouts of former members.
Veteran Thomas E. Mitchell of Saskatchewan, a member of the Great War Veterans' Association of Canada Regina branch used this booklet to record his payment of membership fees to the GWVA from 1919 to 1925.
His Majesty's Army and Navy Veterans' Society was established in the late nineteenth century to provide veterans and their families with accessible and affordable recreational activities and social services. Local branches were a congenial environment for veterans returned from the First World War, who were often more comfortable with other former soldiers.
The Canadian Corps Association was founded after the Corps reunion in Toronto in 1934, and a few branches still exist in Canada, the membership rolls bolstered by descendants of originals of the Canadian Corps and veterans of later wars.