Vincent and Cirillo Honoured By ComradesSoldier Dies in Wainwright Training ExerciseI Will Miss Him ForeverOperation Impact and ISIL DefinedProject Heroes: More Than a Soldier

Vincent and Cirillo Honoured By Comrades

Canadian Armed Forces members deployed on Operation IMPACT are commemorating Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent and Corporal Nathan Cirillo by naming two of their locations after the members. Operation IMPACT One of the locations of Air Task Force Iraq has been named Camp Vincent, in honour of Royal...
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Soldier Dies in Wainwright Training Exercise

Private Steven Allen died following an incident that occurred during an infantry field training exercise at the 3rd Canadian Division Training Centre in Wainwright, Alberta, on November 3, 2014. Private Allen, who was training to become a fully-qualified Regular Force infantry soldier, was recruited out of Victoria, British Columbia. At the time of the incident, Private...
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I Will Miss Him Forever

Corporal Branden Stevenson issued a statement to the media on November 3, 2014 commenting on the tragic events of October 22, 2014 when Corporal Nathan Cirillo, standing guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier was killed by a gunman who later stormed the Parliament Buildings. Stevenson and Cirillo were lifelong friends and stood together as...
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Operation Impact and ISIL Defined

Operation IMPACT is the Canadian Armed Force's support to the Middle East Stabilization Force, the multinational coalition against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) in the Republic of Iraq. Canada's CF-18s conducted their first combat strike since joining the fight against ISIL on October 30. Coordinated with our coalition partners, two CF-18s attacked...
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Project Heroes: More Than a Soldier

Project Heroes first exhibition opened in Edmonton, Alberta on November 3 at the Prince of Wales Armouries Heritage Centre. Project Heroes is a national traveling exhibition of portraits of Canadian fallen soldiers, their stories photos, letters, poetry and videos. The project was initiated in 2008 by artists Susan Abma, Shairl Honey and Cindy Revell who wanted...
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