The Morse Museum is gearing up for Remembrance Day with its latest exhibit.
'Canada and the Cold War to the Present' opened today to the public and will be on display for the next two months.
"It's going to be focusing on Canada's role during the Cold War and more recent conflicts," John Griffin, the coordinator for the Morse Museum and Cultural Centre, said.
The temporary exhibit displays different artifacts including newspapers, uniforms, military equipment, ephemera, and more. Many of which are from Griffin's collection.
"Anybody who knows me, knows I'm a big-time millitaria collector," he said. "I have a fairly extensive collection."
The museum will be open on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday weekly and remain open throughout the winter for the first time in its history.