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  1. Canadian Gunners train with international counterparts at Exercise DYNAMIC FRONT 19 in Europe

    15.03.2019 06:03

    Halifax, Nova Scotia — In the spirit of multi-national interoperability and joint readiness, a Canadian contingent participated in Exercise DYNAMIC FRONT 2019 (Ex DF19) alongside soldiers from...

  2. Indigenous awareness training supports Carcajou, the Army’s newest Indigenous summer training program

    14.03.2019 10:03

    Mont St-Hilaire, Quebec — With the Army’s newest Indigenous summer training program, known as Carcajou, on the horizon, senior leaders and recruitment personnel from 2nd Canadian Division spent...

  3. Light Urban Search and Rescue capability a perfect fit for Army Reserve

    11.03.2019 08:03

    Esquimalt, British Columbia — Members of the Canadian Army Reserve (ARes)can now add Light Urban Search and Rescue (LUSAR) to their expanding list of mission tasks.

  4. Army members recognized for life-saving efforts at 2018 Army Run

    08.03.2019 09:03

    Ottawa, Ontario — Canadian Army personnel are among a group of first responders being honoured for their part in saving a life at the 2018 Canada Army Run.

  5. The United Nations, armed conflict, and women: Thoughts for International Women’s Day 2019

    07.03.2019 16:03

    Montreal, Quebec — On March 8, we celebrate International Women’s Day, and as a soldier, I thought it relevant to address this theme day from the angle of world conflicts. Armed conflict is part...

  6. Corporal Jessica Bonner: Army Reserve gives you skills to bring with you anywhere

    06.03.2019 09:03

    Regina, Saskatchewan — When you ask members of the Canadian Army why they joined, one of the most common answers is, “to see the world.” This was the reason that pushed Corporal Jessica Bonner...

  7. Army Reservist, athlete and engineering consultant is ‘Never bored and never boring’

    04.03.2019 06:03

    Regina, Saskatchewan — A grappler, a soldier, and a consultant walk into the room. No, it is not the start of a bad joke, but it is simply my life in all its variety.

  8. Afghanistan Veteran photos reveal ‘The truth of war, and survival’ at museum

    01.03.2019 04:03

    Ottawa, Ontario — A new photography exhibit at the Canadian War Museum features haunting portraits of wounded Afghanistan veterans the photographer says show Canada at its best.

  9. Chaplain finds Army is a welcoming place

    27.02.2019 12:02

    Shilo, Manitoba — I was born and raised in Nigeria, and now proudly serve as a chaplain in the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF). Nothing aside from experience ever prepared me for this work within a...

  10. Francis William Godon 1924-2019 Métis D-Day veteran passes 75 years after harrowing experience at Juno Beach

    26.02.2019 12:02

    Boissevain, Manitoba — D-Day veteran and Métis soldier Francis Godon was laid to rest on the frigid winter afternoon of January 19, 2019 in his southern Manitoba community near the North Dakota...