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Substance and Practice

Building Technology and the Royal Engineers in Canada.

Quebec City's Martello towers mark bicentennial

This year marks the 200th anniversary of a key part of Quebec City's historic fortifications, its Martello towers.

Fort Lennox

Fort Lennox National Historic Site of Canada is a highly evocative military fortification and landscape

Fort Chambly

A Stone Fort to Defend Montreal.

Fort Frontenac

On July 12, 1673, the Gouverneur of New France, the Comte de Frontenac,

Le patrimoine archéologique des fortifications du Québec

La présente étude est réalisé e dans le cadre de la participation du Ministère de la Culture, des Communications et de la Condition Féminine du Québec

Behind the Wall

The Colonial Footprint of Fort Saint Louis at Kahnawake Mohawk Territory.

Lévis Forts

Between 1865 and 1872, a line of three detached forts was built in Lévis

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Fort Wellington

Built in 1838-39, Fort Wellington today depicts its appearance and life in 1846 when the Royal Canadian Rifle Regiment (RCRR) was stationed here.

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Jean Bourdon (1601-1668)

Canada's First Engineer.

Saint-Louis Forts

The Saint-Louis forts and châteaux site is complex. It consists of three elements: the forts, châteaux and gardens.

 Archeologists unearth 400 year old battery

It was the gun that helped England secure its first foothold in the future Canada four centuries ago.

Fort Beauséjour, Canada

Though only one fort, Fort Beauséjour has had two names, served two empires, and is a place with countless tales to tell.

Fortress St. John, Canada

Few, if any, cities in Canada have had such a varied military history as the City of Saint John.

Mapping Out the Aesthetics

Looking at Early Maps of Nouvelle France.

Colonial Fort Michilimackinac

Fort Michilimackinac was originally built by the French in 1714-1715 to control the fur trade and European development of the upper Great Lakes.

Fortifications of Quebec

Erected on an exceptional site atop a plunging cliff, the Fortifications of Québec tower over the St. Lawrence River.


Fort Vancouver

Fort Vancouver was established in 1825 at Jolie Prairie, part of the floodplain of the Columbia River.

Stone wall may have defended Canada's oldest British settlement

Archeologists at the historic Newfoundland colony visited earlier this month by Prince Charles have made a tantalizing new find: the remnants of a stone wall apparently built to defend Canada's earliest English settlement.

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