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  1. Canadian Rangers teach Enhanced Wilderness Survival

    28.01.2020 05:01

    Coal Harbour, British Columbia — For members of 4th Canadian Ranger Patrol Group (4 CRPG), operating in austere environments is second nature. Rangers are the Canadian Armed Forces’ eyes and...

  2. Future soldier technologies: Grenade launchers and laser rangefinders

    06.01.2020 08:01

    Valcartier, Quebec — Scientific advances need real-world testing to demonstrate their worth, particularly when defence and security issues are at stake.

  3. Future soldier technologies: Cognitive-load assessment

    23.12.2019 04:12

    Valcartier, Quebec — Scientific advances need real-world testing to demonstrate their worth, particularly when defence and security issues are at stake.

  4. Reservist joins Op IMPACT with ‘a strong sense of duty’

    20.12.2019 02:12

    Surrey, British Columbia — Canadian Army Reservist Sergeant Amelia Chia recently bid farewell to the fifth-graders she teaches in her civilian career.

  5. Future soldier technologies: Laser sight trial

    12.12.2019 04:12

    Valcartier, Quebec — Scientific advances need real-world testing to demonstrate their worth, particularly when defence and security issues are at stake.

  6. Reservist Medical Tech says teamwork saved lives in Iraq

    11.12.2019 04:12

    Al Qari, Iraq — A Canadian Army Reservist serving on Operation IMPACT (Op IMPACT) in Iraq says timely medical interventions that recently saved the lives of one American and two Iraqi troops...

  7. Queen’s Own Rifles coins ‘a sacred obligation’ to their Fallen

    26.11.2019 10:11

    Toronto, Ontario — A 20-year-old tradition of honouring 160 years of their Regimental Fallen with commemorative Coins of Remembrance is still going strong at the Queen’s Own Rifles of Canada...

  8. Italian Campaign a bond for soldiers in Kuwait

    20.11.2019 09:11

    Ali Al Salem Air Base, Kuwait — Italian and Canadian soldiers working side by side in Kuwait have formed a lasting friendship thanks in part to a little-known piece of Second World War history.

  9. Canadian researcher investigating gender and peacekeeping

    19.11.2019 05:11

    Toronto, Ontario — As the United Nations and militaries across the world work toward greater female representation in peacekeeping operations, a Canadian researcher is delving into this...

  10. An exceptional refuge for many species

    15.11.2019 15:11

    Trois-Rivières, Quebec — Amateur ornithologists set up nearby, equipped with cameras with telephoto lenses, in the hope of taking the best picture of a migratory bird in flight. The view of Lake...