Take a Vet to DinnerOn Our OwnMarch Into No Man’s LandStanding Strong and TrueSelecting Professional References

Take a Vet to Dinner

It's a simple concept, really. “Veterans deserve to be recognized for what they have done for our country. They deserve to be thanked. We think taking them out to dinner is a good way to offer that thanks,” said Tobin Kelly, organizer of Take a Vet to Dinner, being held Sunday October, 26 at 5:00PM...
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On Our Own

My family has now been living on Civvie Street for three years. In some ways, it feels like longer, and in others, we still feel very connected to our military past. We had a discussion recently about how we would have most likely moved this past summer, which means that we’ve gone through one full...
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March Into No Man’s Land

Steve Hartwig, Jason McKenzie and Scott McFarlane have taken on an amazing task. They are marching across Canada to bring awareness to all people battling post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). A great deal of progress has been made in the care and awareness of PTSD. However, with the rash of PTSD suicides in recent years...
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Standing Strong and True

A new tribute song featuring well known Canadian Country artists and musicians has been released on the web to honour and support Canada’s Fallen Soldiers and their families. The song, Standing Strong and True (For Tomorrow) was written by Ron Irving along with Lynda and Tom McKillip to honour Canadian Forces...
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Selecting Professional References

By Audrey Prenzel, CARW, CEIC, B.A., B.Ed Don’t take this step lightly! Once you have decided to hit the civilian job market, at some point you’re going to be faced with selecting professional references. These are contacts that potential interested employers want to question regarding your suitability for their requirements. Prepare a formal reference sheet as references...
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