The Military Communications and Electronics Museum (MCEM) is a journey through the history of the Communications and Electronic Branch of the Canadian Armed Forces. From the South African War onwards the museum specializes in the history of military communications from the creation of the Canadian Signalling Corps to the digital communications used today.
The museum also hosts the Royal Canadian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers Museum—the service members who provide the technical skills necessary to maintain land equipment for Canadian Armed Forces operations worldwide.
With over 900 m2 (10000 sq feet) of exhibits and vehicles there is a lot to see, experience and do!
General Admission is included in K-Pass.
95 Craftsman Boulevard
Trolley Stop #3