Project Heroes is a non-profit exhibition celebrating the lives of the Canadian soldiers who died in Afghanistan. The exhibition gives insight to the many lives touched by war; the soldiers, their families, the wounded in body and spirit, and the Afghan people. The human aspect of this war is presented in context with Canada’s role in the global conflicts and peacekeeping of the past 100 years leading up to the war in Afghanistan. This exhibition was done in cooperation with the soldiers’ families.
This exhibit is designed to help Canadians understand the Canadian experience in Afghanistan. Through video and displays, viewers come to a better understanding of what it was like for Canadians to serve in Afghanistan and share their pride of the mission.
Valour Park Association's mission is to advance the education and understanding by the general public of Canadian military operations and the role of the Canadian military. It functions through the acquisition of decommissioned military equipment and accessories for restoration and display, as well incorporation of volunteer programs and employment programs open to the general public to repair and refurbish military equipment and accessories for display and educational purposes.