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Training courses further enhance rescue capabilities of Team RubiconGovernment initiative launched to improve transition for military members and their familiesVeteran Advance: Helping promote businesses owned by Vets and active CAF membersVeteran helps fellow veterans save money and gives back to the communityBrass and Unity raises money and awareness for military veterans.

Training courses further enhance rescue capabilities of Team Rubicon

When they aren’t battling floods or other disasters Mother Nature throws at us, members of Team Rubicon participate in courses. These courses are designed to further enhance their capabilities as a disaster relief team. “The courses that we’re offering right now are for us to engage our volunteers in between disaster responses....
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Veteran Advance: Helping promote businesses owned by Vets and active CAF members

Their mission is to “advance the economic prosperity of veterans” through the way of an online business directory by advertising and promoting businesses and services owned by active Canadian military, veterans and their spouses. Launched in October 2017, Veteran Advance now has almost 150 businesses and services listed on their directory, but founder Mark Lolacher said...
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Veteran helps fellow veterans save money and gives back to the community

After serving 20 years in the Canadian Armed Forces, former military police officer Rick Ouellet, retired in 2002. Not wanting to delve completely into retirement, Ouellet found a job as head of security for a Collingwood Ski Resort. After 13 years as head of security, Ouellet said he felt as though something was off. “I was...
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Brass and Unity raises money and awareness for military veterans.

In 2009, Kelsi Sheren, founder of Brass and Unity, served in Afghanistan as an artillery gunner. She was injured and was sent home, dealing with severe Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) as a result. Sheren’s treatment team suggested she try her hand at art therapy as a way to get out of her own head. “I...
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