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First Highway of Heroes Mental Health Symposium taking place November 23Auditor General releases report on Canada’s Royal Military College of CanadaHealth and Charity is hosting its first ever Support Our Troops GalaCelebrating children On National Child DayRoyal Winnipeg Rifles member dies during training weekend in Shilo, Manitoba

First Highway of Heroes Mental Health Symposium taking place November 23

SerViCe & SacriFice will be holding its first Highway of Heroes Mental Health Symposium- Turning Pain into Purpose, a forum to bring individuals with similar experiences for a day of healing and inspiration, on Thursday, Nov. 23. The brainchild behind this event and a key speaker on Thursday is Kerri Tadeu, author of Secrets Keep You...
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Auditor General releases report on Canada’s Royal Military College of Canada

The operating costs of the Royal Military College of Canada (RMC) are twice as much as other universities, yet the institution falls short of its basic purpose of producing well-prepared and high-quality officers for the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF), according to a new report from the auditor general of Canada. According to the report, released Tuesday,...
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Health and Charity is hosting its first ever Support Our Troops Gala

With a vision of giving civilians a special way to recognize military members and their families, Health and Charity is hosting its first ever Support Our Troops Gala on Dec. 7. The black-tie event will start out with a cocktail reception and will feature an espresso coffee bar, a four-course meal, a Support Our Troops booth...
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Celebrating children On National Child Day

Celebrate the children in your life as the independent, vibrant, creative and intelligent individuals they are this National Child Day on Monday, Nov. 20. Celebrated every year across Canada since 1993, National Child Day commemorates the United Nations’ adoption of the United Nations Declaration of the Rights of the Child, adopted on Nov. 20, 1959, and...
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Royal Winnipeg Rifles member dies during training weekend in Shilo, Manitoba

On Saturday November 18, at approximately 7:00 p.m  a soldier from the Royal Winnipeg Rifles, was found deceased at Canadian Forces Base Shilo, Manitoba, while participating in an Army Reserve training exercise. The deceased is Corporal Nolan Caribou, who was an infantryman with the Royal Winnipeg Rifles. Corporal Caribou served with the Unit for five years...
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