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The Military Family Resource Centre provides services and programs that address the unique needs of military families. Support for Military families varies depending on the needs of the family. The main source would be information and referral to local agencies, groups that can assist the family with their needs.

Contact info:

Ph: 780-973-4011   ext 7048





Money raised through donatios, sales of merchandise is used to help families with challenges, military charities and childrens programs.

If you would like to help with any of the events I attend with the truck please apply.



        Pine St. Elementary School

Zachery attended Pine St. School in Sherwood Park from kindergarten to grade 6. Since 2010 our family has sponsored the Leadership Program. This program is very important to the developent of leadership skills of grade 6 students. 


I’ve always been a history buff, largely due to the influence of my mom talking about her Great Uncle who was was killed in France and my dad talking about his 3 brothers and sister who served.

There, the fire was ignited.

I began my television career in 1994 as a cameraman. I felt it was time to speak to my Uncle, Perley Cameron about his overseas experience. For the first time ever, he was ready to tell his story. Sadly, this never was to be. He passed away before I had the chance.

One of the last things he said to me was “Allan, you are doing a good thing, keep doing this. Let youth of today know the sacrifices our Veterans made.” Those words will forever drive me forward.

In 2005, I was ready. I left news and went full speed ahead and the Memories Recovered Project was born. On June 24, 2011, we re-branded to Veterans Voices of Canada and became a registered non-profit. I’ve been travelling coast to coast and have documented the stories of over 600 Veterans. Many more wait to be interviewed.

My mission? To document our Canadian military Veterans on camera for history and education, to be donated to schools, museums and libraries.


Allan Cameron,

Veterans Voices of Canada 





Hope Away From Home

Valour Place is a temporary home away from home for all Canadian Forces members, Families of the Fallen, Veterans and RCMP along with their families who require medical treatment in Edmonton, and live outside the city/area.

Through Valour Place, they have the means to face the challenges of rehabilitation in a warm, welcoming and supportive environment, at no cost.

Valour Place, the first of its kind in Canada, will be sustained through long term leases, donations, endowment income and special events. Valour Place is located in Edmonton’s Kingsway District, known as Edmonton and Western Canada’s Medical, Health and Wellness destination.


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