Dieppe Raid marks 73rd anniversaryFamily of Cadet Gabriel Comeau issues statementCanadian Armed Forces soldier dies during trainingDeath of Cadet Gabriel ComeauCadet Tragedy of 1974 Acknowledged

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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Family of Cadet Gabriel Comeau issues statement

OTTAWA – The family of Cadet Gabriel Comeau issued the following statement today: “We would like to thank everyone for their love, support and comfort over the last two weeks. Gabriel was part of such an incredible community that has pulled together for us in our time of greatest need. Gabriel had a gift to light...
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Canadian Armed Forces soldier dies during training

GAGETOWN, N.B. – A Canadian Armed Forces Reserve soldier died at 5th Canadian Division Support Base (5 CDSB) Gagetown, on Monday, August 10, 2015. The soldier was attending training in the 5 CDSB Gagetown Range and Training Area when he died. The incident is currently under investigation by the Canadian Forces National Investigation Service. No...
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Death of Cadet Gabriel Comeau

A young Cadet died on Tuesday, August 4  at the CFB Greenwood Cadet Training Centre. Shortly after complaining of not feeling well, Cadet Gabriel Comeau collapsed. He was taken to Valley Regional Hospital in Kentville, Nova Scotia where he did not regain consciousness. Rear-Admiral Jennifer Bennett, Chief Reserves and Cadets today issued a statement regarding the death...
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Cadet Tragedy of 1974 Acknowledged

The Ombudsman for the Department of National Defence and the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) released a report this week on the grenade explosion at the cadet training centre in CFB Valcartier that took place 41 years ago. National Defence Minister Jason Kenney, responded to the investigation into the 1974 explosion that killed six young cadets and...
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