On Ctrip, this is the same address as St Andrew's church. The last line of the church sign is "48th highlanders museum". The memorial is located inside the church. Regarding this period of history, a monument in Queen’s Park also remembers it.
The Little Museum in the Presbyterian Church in St Bernard District, the museum is located in the church and after visiting the church, you can see the big museum billboards erected next to it. The staff of the museum is an old man, very kind, the museum is free and does not need to buy tickets. The church was built in 1959 and the museum opened in 1997, and it is interesting to note that the staff here are all members of the 48th Highland Soldiers who volunteered, so they are all kind old grandfathers. The exhibits here are also mainly military supplies to commemorate the 48th Regiment's contribution to Toronto. The museum is only open for 10:00-15:00 visits on Wednesday and Thursday.