The Toast: To the Wrens-God bless them!
The Women’s Royal Canadian Naval Service was founded as part of the Royal Canadian Navy in 1942
80th ANNIVERSARY OF FOUNDING OF WRCNS JULY 31 1942 
It is time to take a final Roll Call of all those women who served in the WRENS during the Second World War. These few are the connection with our history of Women during wartime: what they did: where they went: and what happened to them when they finished serving and then got on with their lives.
If you are aware of any living wartime WRCNS and have contact with them the Wren Association of Toronto would like to have this information and contact.
Please fill in the FINAL ROLL CALL REGISTER FORM.
Any information, diaries, stories and family remembrances of Wren mothers, daughters, sisters, aunts, cousins and wren friends would be welcome Additional information on those Wrens who have long departed and would enhance the History of the Wrens.
We can provide donation locations for memorabilia.
If you are aware of a WRCNS person who has died and know of the names, and date and location but are not certain if this person would be in the forthcoming List of WRCNS we ask that you please fill in the Book of Remembrance form and send it in.
WE BELIEVE THERE WERE ABOUT 6783 WOMEN IN THE NAVAL SERVICE.
MANY MARRIED AND REMARRIED THEREFORE THE SERVICE NUMBER IS ONE WAY WE CAN BE CERTAIN ONE NAME IS THE SAME PERSON.
SEND INFORMATION TO ONE OF THE FOLLOWING
FILL IN THE FORM HERE
Or email your information to Navylady@thewrens.ca
Or Mail to WREN ASSOCIATION OF TORONTO,
1-2288 The Collegeway, Mississauga, ON L5L 3Z5
WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP WITH OUR ROLL CALL REGISTER
—–On May 31st 2022 we will list what has been accumulated —-
Please send in the information now.