Below are links to other organizations or sites that may be of interest to members. Note that the CAFL is not affiliated with, and does not endorse any of the content here.

If you have or own a resource that you believe would benefit our members to know about, please contact us.

logoThe Mercury Shop

Your source for all Communications and Electronics Branch DEU accoutrements, mess kit, athletic/leisure wear, and other gear and gifts. Located in the Military C&E Museum at the intersection of Hwy #2 and Craftsman Blvd, across the street from the Vimy Entrance Gates.

logoMilitary Communications and Electronics Museum

The Military Communications and Electronics Museum invites you a look into snapshots of time, depicting the history of Canadian military communication. Experience their wide array of exhibits, online presentations, and education programs, seeing the influence military communications has had and taking pride in what Canada's soldiers have accomplished throughout the years.

logoThe Communications and Electronics Association

The Communications and Electronics (C&E) Association is an emerging and dynamic organization that traces its roots to the former C&E Association. This is a professional association that aims to deliver on our common objectives of enhancing our professional development, supporting our members, preserving, educating and celebrating our heritage and staying connected.

logoThe Signalers Club of Canada

The Signallers Club of Canada is an association dedicated to providing social focus and assistance to members, keeping the spirit and camaraderie of military Communications alive and to exchange current information. It is open to all active and former members C&E Branch and its predecessors, as well as their spouses and other people affiliated with the Branch.

logoThe Royal Canadian Legion

Founded by veterans for veterans, the mission of the Legion is to serve them and their families, promote remembrance, and serve our communities and our country. They advocate for the care, benefits, representation, and assistance for all who served Canada, regardless of when or where they served, and regardless of whether they are Legion members or not.

logoCanadian Association of Veterans in United Nations Peacekeeping

An Association of retired and serving Canadian military, RCMP and civilian personnel who have served on United Nations Peacekeeping Missions. The Association also welcomes those who have served on other peacekeeping missions in which participation was sanctioned by the Government of Canada.

logoSoldier On

Soldier On is a charity thst helps ill and injured Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) personnel to enjoy sports and recreation in a supportive environment. It does this by facilitating athletic activities and providing access to specialized equipment, training and events tailored for the ill and injured. Members also participate in events with partners in the United States, Britain and Australia.

logoLast Post Fund

The Last Post Fund’s mission is to ensure that no Veteran is denied a dignified funeral and burial, as well as a military gravestone, due to insufficient funds at time of death. Its primary mandate is to deliver the Veterans Affairs Canada Funeral and Burial Program which provides funeral, burial and grave marking benefits for eligible Canadian and Allied Veterans.