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  1. Junior Canadian Rangers – 20 years of history

    13.11.2018 05:11

    Ottawa, Ontario — Twenty years ago, 10 teenagers from Paulatuk, a remote community in the Inuvik region of the Northwest Territories, blazed a trail as the first participants in a two-year trial...

  2. The Victoria Cross for animals: The Dickin Medal

    09.11.2018 06:11

    Ottawa, Ontario — Throughout its history, the Canadian Army (CA) has relied on animals to take on various tasks, including communication, transportation and troop morale. No matter what job they...

  3. Canadian Army nurse served with ‘gallantry and devotion’

    07.11.2018 05:11

    Ottawa, Ontario — More than 3,000 Canadian women volunteered to serve as nurses during the First World War, which broke out two years before they were granted the right to vote.

  4. Queen’s York Rangers remember fallen comrade from 1942

    04.11.2018 19:11

    Toronto - Nearly 75 years after his suicide, Private Desmond Taylor of the Queen’s York Rangers was remembered by members of Regiment in a ceremony at his graveside near St. John the Baptist...

  5. Afghanistan Light Armoured Vehicle III monument program nearing completion

    02.11.2018 10:11

    Toronto, Ontario — An ambitious program to create monuments to those who served in Canada’s Afghanistan mission is winding down and will soon be complete.

  6. The red poppy: an enduring symbol of remembrance around the globe since the First World War

    02.11.2018 06:11

    Ottawa, ON — The red poppy, the well-known symbol of remembrance in Canada since 1921, was inspired by John McCrae’s poem In Flanders Fields and is also pinned to lapels and presented in wreaths...

  7. Base Gagetown’s scuba club holds annual underwater pumpkin carving contest

    30.10.2018 20:10

    Gagetown, New Brunswick —The recreational Tankers Scuba Club located at 5th Canadian Division Support Base Gagetown puts a twist on a Halloween tradition with their annual underwater pumpkin...

  8. Cyber-savvy Reservists help secure the Canadian Army’s digital battlespace

    30.10.2018 09:10

    Ottawa, Ontario — The Canadian Army Reserve is building a force of members with skills relevant to fighting in the digital domain alongside their Regular Force counterparts – and is not having...

  9. Canadian Armed Forces language training goes international at Operation UNIFIER

    29.10.2018 08:10

    Saint-Jean, Quebec — Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) support of English and French language training for its Allies in Ukraine goes back decades but it is only this year that such training has been...

  10. Born on Remembrance Day in military family, Army captain’s career not a surprise

    26.10.2018 01:10

    Montreal, Quebec — While most people spend their birthdays celebrating, this member of the Canadian Army has spent his birthdays reflecting and contributing to his community.