MET Spouse celebrates Ottawa launchVeteran’s Ombudsman Town HallInvictus GamesBattle of Atlantic memorial garden seeks fundingEarth Hour: Shining a light on climate change

MET Spouse celebrates Ottawa launch

Military spouses of every walk and stage of life are invited to the official national launch of the Military Employment Transition for Spouse (METSpouse) Program on April 1. The METSpouse program was designed to assist military spouses in establishing a meaningful career path. Recognizing that spousal employment is a major challenge for military families and that...
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Veteran’s Ombudsman Town Hall

Veterans Ombudsman Guy Parent plans to meet veterans, military and RCMP members and their families in a town hall during his visit to Kingston on March 29. The visit is just one of many parts of his outreach program to hear the voices and concerns of veterans. “The town halls always have the same objective. We’re...
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Invictus Games

With less than 50 days to go until the 2016 Invictus Games, Team Canada is counting down the days and gearing up for their final preparations. The team united from March 18-22 for their second training camp in Toronto before heading off to the games on May 8. Led by Team Captain, Bruno Guévremont, the team...
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Battle of Atlantic memorial garden seeks funding

In 2010, the Naval Association of Canada (NAC) and HMCS Prevost partnered to create a memorial garden on the grassy hillside of HMCS Prevost to honour the fallen of the Battle of Atlantic. Now, six years later, the NAC is looking to embellish the memorial making it more accessible but is need of $75,000 to...
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Earth Hour: Shining a light on climate change

Every year for one hour the world makes a pledge to turn the lights out, completely. Seemingly a small step, will it catalyst climate change action and save our planet? It just might. Organized by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), known as the World Wildlife Fund in Canada, this year’s Earth Hour will take...
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