Has anyone used this service? I am trying to tie up a couple of loose ends for RAAF casualties in Canada where there was a RCAF member involved so I would like to get their files digitised. That seems to be what the website offers, but when I click on the link I kind of lose the plot of what to do next and how much it's going to cost. I guess I have to ask for a Photocopy or PDF at $0.40/page and then they will "add digitized copies of the files to the database to make them more accessible". Unfortunately I have no clue how many pages the files might contain, I suppose worst case scenario is that it will be 100 pages so about $40 worth............ Database This research tool provides access to 44,093 references to the files for those who died in service during the Second World War. How to consult a file or order a copy Library and Archives Canada has started to add digitized copies of the files to the database to make them more accessible, to help preserve the originals and to avoid copying the same file more than once. For files not yet digitized, you can order photocopies or scanned images. The cost is the same. When a digital copy is requested, the complete file will be scanned and the digital images will be added to the database the next time it is reloaded. In this way, all Canadians can help contribute to the preservation of our country's military heritage. Once you have located a reference of interest in the database, you have the following options: Option #1 You can order a copy of a complete file from our Consultation Services. Note that requests for copies must include the name, service number, archival reference and volume number. Files can include as many as 200 or more pages. Due to the large volume of requests we receive, we cannot pre-count the pages for you.