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Canada set to mark 75th anniversary of the Battle of BritainRenewed Annual Reserve Training Exercise a SuccessOp Honour to eliminate sexual harassment and misconduct in the CAFGiro d’Hero connecting corporate Canada with military personnelDieppe Raid marks 73rd anniversary

Canada set to mark 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain

All across the country this weekend civilians along with military members will hold ceremonies to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain, a key battle in the Second World War. The national ceremony will take place on Parliament Hill on Sunday, Sept. 20 at 12:45 p.m. The commemoration ceremony will be highlighted by a...
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Renewed Annual Reserve Training Exercise a Success

Throughout the month of August thousands of Army Reserve Force members gathered at different locations across the country to brush up on their battle readiness skills in a tactical field exercise. Though the exercises took place at different times in different locations, including Valcartier, Petawawa, Gagetown and across the western division, all the exercises were in...
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Op Honour to eliminate sexual harassment and misconduct in the CAF

After a barrage of media criticism, complaints of sexual harassment and a lengthy report conducted by Marie Deschamps calling for a culture change within the CAF, General Jonathan Vance issued Operation Honour earlier this month. Operation Honour is the tough blueprint the Department of National Defence (DND) is using to hopefully eradicate sexual harassment and misconduct...
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Giro d’Hero connecting corporate Canada with military personnel

Cycling from Toronto to Kingston in three days, the Giro d’Hero will bring together influential civilians and members of the Canadian Armed Forces in an effort to raise awareness for Forces@WORK. The event, beginning Sept. 10, kicks off at the Toronto Air Canada Centre. The group will make several stops along the route including Newcastle, CFB...
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Dieppe Raid marks 73rd anniversary

Today marks the 73rd anniversary of the Dieppe Raid of the Second World War, a dark day in the history of the Canadian military and the entire war. Casualties of this tragic day numbered 3,367. The Dieppe Raid, code-named “Operation Jubilee” was the result of Allied forces needing to regain control in Europe after Nazi Germany...
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