Support Our Troops National Summer Camp ProgramCanada Company Salutes Families of Fallen Canadian SoldiersSchool Bus Safety, Everyone’s ResponsibilityCool for School Bento Lunch BoxesChildren of Soldiers – Growing up Under the Flag

Support Our Troops National Summer Camp Program

  Canadian Forces Morale and Welfare Services (CFMWS) recently announced details of the Support Our Troops (SOT) National Summer Camp Program. This is the second year of the grant program through which eligible military families can access a week-long camp experience at either a day or an away-overnight camp. According to a statement released by Commodore Mark B....
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Canada Company Salutes Families of Fallen Canadian Soldiers

With the motto Many Ways to Serve, Canada Company granted eight military children scholarships for post-secondary education. On August 8, 2014 representatives from Canada’s business, political and military communities gathered in the heart of Toronto’s financial district to salute the children and their families. Lieutenant-General Marquis Hainse, Commander of the Canadian Army and Blake C....
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School Bus Safety, Everyone’s Responsibility

It's almost back to school time again. School buses will soon be running on full schedule, covering all routes. As parents it's time to remind kids of the rules of school bus safety. It's also time to remind drivers to safely share the road with children. Children are excited to be heading back to the...
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Cool for School Bento Lunch Boxes

Getting children to eat lunch at home is one thing, getting them to eat in a classroom full of distractions is another. Bento style lunch boxes are sustainable food containers that open up to house several smaller containers. These Japanese-style lunch boxes are often colourful, reusable, recyclable, and dishwasher safe. The goal of Bento style...
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Children of Soldiers – Growing up Under the Flag

By Joan Dixon Bridging the sometimes very wide gap between civilian and military worlds is filmmaker Claire Corriveau’s goal. Her first film was Nomad’s Land (2007) which documented the life she came to know as a military wife. In her new film, Children of Soldiers, she brings us into the lives of military families on the eve...
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