I've just discovered a Canadian project initiated during the centennial initiated by the Vimy Ridge Foundation called "World War I in Color." Drawing on Canadian sources solely, the project will be colorizing 150 photos. The effort is still under way. I would estimate that about 40 percent of the transformations have been completed, and they are available at the project's online album HERE. The photos have a fresh feel to them. Here's a selection of images I've never seen before that I find to notch documentation of Canada's war effort. Click on them to enlarge.