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Mali Peacekeeping: Politics divides Canadian support for mission, but majority say Canada should helpInvictus Team Canada prepares for AustraliaHMCS Charlottetown and Operation NANOOKRCAF performs for the Queen for the first time in 94-yearsCanadian Armed Forces successfully complete Exercise RIMPAC 2018

Invictus Team Canada prepares for Australia

Last month Commander of the Joint Personnel Support Unit and Head of Mission for Team Canada, Brigadier-General Mark Misener, unveiled the list of 40 athletes representing Canada at the 2018 Invictus Games in Sydney, Australia. The announcement was made at an event held at HMCS Scotian, Nova Scotia's Naval Reserve Division on July 25. Michel Doiron,...
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HMCS Charlottetown and Operation NANOOK

Every year since 2007, Operation NANOOK has taken place across the Yukon, Northwest Territories, Nunavut, and Labrador, with a variety of activities featured throughout the year. The number of CAF members deployed varies based on planned activities and exercises. Canada guards its sovereignty and defends the country against threats within the region. The Canadian Armed Forces...
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RCAF performs for the Queen for the first time in 94-years

For the first time in 94-years, the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) performed Public Duties for her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. About 120 RCAF personnel, along with the RCAF band, travelled across the pond to the United Kingdom in June. During this trip, they would undertake the highly prestigious role, and for the first time,...
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Canadian Armed Forces successfully complete Exercise RIMPAC 2018

More than 1,000 personnel created a Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) contingent that completed Exercise Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) 2018 on August 3, following an intense multi-week program conducted in and around the Hawaiian Islands and Southern California. The CAF also deployed five ships and a CP-140 Maritime Patrol Aircraft. “RIMPAC 2018 was a fantastic opportunity...
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