James Mangos, Rowan Ramsay
Legal Affairs: Heather Mitchell
National Historic sites of Fort George, Fort York, Fort Erie and Fort Malden, Fort William Historical Park, Fort Mackinac, Mackinac State Historic Parks, Fairfield Museum, Museum London, Park House Museum, Royal Military College of Canada Museum, Canadian Museum of Civilization, Canadian War Museum, Historic Military Establishment of Upper Canada, Ontario Parks, Wasaga Provincial Park, Huronia Historical Parks, Discovery Harbour, Nancy Island Historic Site, Town of Wasaga Beach.
Annual re-enactments, Simcoe Day (Fort York National Historic Site), Fanshawe Pioneer Village, Upper Canada Village, Wasaga under Siege, School of the Sailor (Penetanguishene).
Ontario Tourism Marketing Partnership Corporation, Niagara Parks Commission , Parks Canada, Tourism London, Ottawa Tourism, The Municipality of Chatham-Kent, Windsor, Essex County and Pelee Island CVBs, Tourism Hamilton, Clear Communications, Friends of Fort York, The Regency Dancers, Rideau Heritage Route Tourism Association.
Art Gallery of Ontario, City of Toronto Archives, City of Toronto Cultural Services, Library & Archives Canada, Ontario Heritage Trust, Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto Historical Board, Toronto Public Library, The University of Michigan, Penetanguishene Centennial Museum & Archives, Carl Benn & Kevin Hebib “Fort York – A Short History and Guide”.
Peter Rindlisbacher – historical marine artist; Helen Lovekin, Marty Rice, Lesley Hibberd, Kattrin Sieber, Sandra Bradt, Don Hermanson, Joy Sim, Paula Torres, Lyn Downer, Valerie Buckle, Joe Cote.
Royal Park Hotel – Niagara on the Lake, Sheraton on the Falls, Branteaney’s, Retro Suites Hotel, Holiday Inn Express, The Westin Ottawa, VIA Rail
1812 Canadian and U.S. Re-enactment groups & volunteers:
Upper Canada Military Re-enactment Society, Fort York Guard, The Fort Henry Drums, Drill Squad and Artillery Detachment, Royal Regiment of Artillery, Canadian Regiment of Fencible Infantry 1816, 8th (King’s) Regiment of Foot 1813, Canadian Voltigeurs, Royal Newfoundland Fencilbles, Drums of the Crown Forces 1812, 41st Regiment of Foot 1812, Recreated Incorporated Militia of Upper Canada 1812, Royal Newfoundland Regiment, The Glengarry Regiment of Fencible Infantry 1812, 4th Lincoln Militia, 2nd Lincoln Artillery, Caldwell’s Rangers, Forces of Lord Selkirk, 1st Royal Scots Grenadiers and Light Companies, 41st, 49th & 89th Regiments, Antler River Voyageurs, 19th Light Dragoons, Glengarry Light Infantry, Royal Artillery, Norfolk Militia, Rocket Troop/Royal Horse Artillery, Royal Newfoundland Regiment – Bulger’s Company, 10th & 21st New York Militia, 22nd Oxford Rifles, 11th, 22nd & 25th U.S. Infantry, 1st Rifle Regiment Batallion Plauche, Kentucky Militia, Brooke’s Marines, 1st Regular U.S. Light Artillery, U.S. Marines (northern detachment), Donaldsonville & Rhode Island Train of Artillery.
His Majesty’s Native Allies:
British Indian Department, British Native Allies, On-Gwe-Ho-Way
Brigantine Inc., St. Lawrence 11, Provincial Marine of Amherstburg (Rolette and Auld Alliance whaleboats), Lake Simcoe Squadron (Dawn Star whaleboat), Ship’s Company of Penetanguishene (Badger and Kingfisher), Canadian Hydrographic Society (Surveyor), Waterloo Draft (Ferret), Hamilton Boat Crew, Nancy Gun Crew, HMS Magnet, Atlantic Challenge, Crown Forces Naval Establishments, Royal Canadian Navy, HMS Badger, Charwell, Ferret, Royal George and Magnet gun crews and Landing Party.