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What Canada’s Veteran population looks likeThe RMC Foundation is seeking to fill the position of Executive Vice-PresidentVeterans graduate from unique program to eradicate use of child soldiersNew transition program launched for personnel releasing from the Canadian Armed Forces, RCMP, and provincial policeCAF Veteran uses the power of sports to heal

The RMC Foundation is seeking to fill the position of Executive Vice-President

The Royal Military Colleges of Canada (RMC) Foundation is currently seeking to fill the position of Executive Vice President (EVP). The EVP will be in-charge of various tasks associated with the mission of the Foundation, which is to secure and deliver funds necessary to Enhance Excellence in the recruitment, education, and training of the students of...
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Veterans graduate from unique program to eradicate use of child soldiers

Twelve veterans recently became the newest graduates of the Wounded Warriors Canada Veteran Trainers to Eradicate the Use of Child Soldiers (VTECS) program at Dalhousie University. The program is part of the Roméo Dallaire Child Soldier Initiative, recognized as the only organization in the world taking a prevention-oriented, security sector focused approach against child soldiery. “We are...
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New transition program launched for personnel releasing from the Canadian Armed Forces, RCMP, and provincial police

This April Willis College will be piloting the new Veteran Friendly Transition Program (VFTP), a program designed to assist Canada’s servicemen and women transitioning to civilian careers. Several dignitaries and members connected to the military community gathered on Parliament Hill on March 23 to announce the VFTP. “I had the privilege of leading the men and women...
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CAF Veteran uses the power of sports to heal

The power of healing through sports is something 2017 Invictus Team Canada co-captain, Natacha Dupuis, is well aware of. She’s harnessed its power in her road to recovery and serves as a beacon of hope after being diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). MCpl. (ret’d) Dupuis served in the military for just over 16 years,...
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