The Canadian Military Engineers include all Regular and Reserve Force personnel of the Military Engineering Branch of the Canadian Forces across a wide range of military occupations and classifications. Military engineers provide combat engineer, airfield engineer, infrastructure, geomatics, firefighting and aircraft crash rescue, and environmental services to the Canadian Forces. The much broader CME Family also includes former members, civilians serving within the military engineering community and members of Military Engineer Cadet Corps and their Cadet Instructor List officers.
The Canadian Military Engineers Association (CMEA) was activated in November 2000 to preserve the history of Canada’s military engineering practitioners, to honour their customs, traditions and heritage, and to commemorate their achievements and sacrifice. The CMEA implements a series of programs, services and activities at local and national levels.
This site provides everything you need to learn about and participate as a member of this dynamic association. Please take a look at the page 'Membership Has Its Privileges' to learn how you can benefit from becoming a member.
Should you have any questions or related issues concerning membership, please contact the CMEA Registrar.