There are plenty of online resources about the contribution of black Canadians to our military history.
Canadian Forces websites also are a rich resource. The CIC website has a timely piece on contributions of black soldiers during the War of 1812. There’s an article on the Royal Canadian Air Force site that highlights the persistence of those wanting to overcome racial barriers to serve their country. The Army’s 38 Canadian Brigade Group website has interviews with more modern military members, while William Hall, who in 1859 became the first Canadian sailor to receive a Victoria Cross, is profiled on the Historica Dominion Institute website and on militaryphotos.net.
The Maple Leaf , Canada’s military newsletter, has a short black military history.