- Canadian Military Participation First World War – links to a specific section of a Wikipedia article which provides a brief overview of race and recruitment in Canada.
- WWI racism: black, Asian and aboriginal volunteers faced discrimination – an article from The Star
Canadian First Nations and the First World War
- Aboriginal Soldiers and the First World War – A Library and Archives Canada page devoted to Aboriginal Soldiers in the First World War
- Native Soldiers – Foreign Battlefields – A Veteran’s Affairs Canada site devoted to Aboriginal Soldiers
- First Nations Soldiers – A Canadian War Museum entry
- Aboriginal People in the Canadian Military Chapter Five: The World Wars – hoted on the Canadian National Defense website
- Aboriginal contributions during the First World War – a series of pages about the enlistment and war experiences of Aboriginal Canadians – from Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada
Chinese Canadians and the Chinese Labour Corps
- Chinese-Canadians in World War I – a Vancouver Public Library page.
- Chinese Labour Corps – Empress of Asia website.
- Veteran fighters for Canada and Chinese Canadian Citizenship – Victoria Chinese Canadian Veterans Association
- Chinese labourers sent secretly via Canada to Europe – an article about the Chinese Labour Corps and their trip
- Heroes Remembers — Chinese-Canadian Veterans – a Veteran’s Affairs Canada page with oral history links and information about individual veterans.
- The forgotten army of the first world war -South China Morning Post article with high res photos, maps, charts, and timelines
- Chinese Labour Corps 1917-1921 – a pdf document containing an article about the Chinese Labour Corps in France.
- Chinese recruited for war had secret passage through Canada – a CTV news piece regarding the travels of the Chinese Labour Corps across Canada.
- Japanese Canadian Soldiers of the First World War and the Fight to Win the Vote – from The Bulletin – a journal of the Japanese Canadian Community
- WW1 monument honoring Japanese-Canadian soldiers recalls racism in B.C. – Global News article.
- Japanese-Canadians fought for their country and acceptance – Vancouver Sun article
- First World War Japanese-Canadians honoured with refurbished Stanley Park monument – a CBC news article
- Canada’s Black Battalion : No. 2 Construction, 1916-1920– a link to an electronic book about Canada’s No. 2 Construction Battalion.
- Moving Mountains: The No. 2 Construction Battalion and African Canadian Experience During the First World War – a link to an e-book.
- Black Canadians in Uniform: A Proud Tradition – Veterans Affairs Canada page with links to a history page, oral history recordings, and photographs.
- No. 2 Construction Battalion – a wikipedia entry
- Pamphlet Commemorating the No. 2 Construction Battalion – a 9 page pdf hosted on the Nova Scotia Legion website.
- No. 2 Construction Battalion Documents – a web page containing excerpts from various communiques such as a “Memorandum on the enlistment of Negroes in Canadian Expeditionary Force
- Buckam Singh and Sikh Canadians in the First World War – an entry in the Canadian Encyclopedia
- Sikh Canadians in the First World War – a very brief article regarding the participation of Sikh’s in the Canadian Expeditionary Force
- Sikhism in Canada – World War One – links to a subsection in a Wikipedia page.
- A Call to Flanders: Sikhs and the Great War exhibit – an article about a museum exhibit detailing the Sikh experience in First World War Exhibit