The building housing the museum was built in 1943 and was, for a number of years, the base’s Catholic (St Michael) and Protestant (St Barbara) chapels of the Longue-Pointe garrison.

The museum has more than 10,000 artifacts. The presented material reflects the history of the Royal Canadian Ordnance Corps (RCOC) and its successor, the Canadian Forces Logistics Branch, with the view to educating the public and members of the military about the contribution of the Logistics Branch and its predecessor, the RCOC, to the success of military operations.

The Museum’s collection is supplemented with the largest collection of Canadian military vehicles and artillery pieces in Quebec. The Vehicle Park includes heavy vehicles such as such as tanks and trucks such as the MLVW, light pieces such as the Iltis, reconnaissance vehicles and artillery pieces.

We encourage you to visit, but don’t forget that it is always advisable to contact the museum to if the museum is open.

Hope you come for a visit!