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Canadian Armed Forces release app for victims dealing with sexual misconduct  Panel on CAF Suicide Prevention and Mental Health Programs makes 11 recommendations General Vance issues statement regarding proposed tax relief policyGovernment announces deployed CAF and police personnel to receive exemption from federal income taxesCANEX donates $100,000 to Military Family Services’ Volunteers’ Recognition Program (VOREP)

Canadian Armed Forces release app for victims dealing with sexual misconduct

To support victims and survivors of sexual misconduct, the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) released a new app this week. The Respect in the CAF mobile app has a variety of resources and interactive tools in order to prevent, respond to and support victims dealing with incidents of sexual misconduct. “Respect in the CAF provides both survivors...
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  Panel on CAF Suicide Prevention and Mental Health Programs makes 11 recommendations 

A panel of experts reviewing the Canadian Armed Forces’ (CAF) suicide prevention and mental health programs has advised the CAF to create a new position that would specifically focus on projects for suicide prevention across the CAF health system. The new position, entitled the Canadian Forces Health System Suicide Prevention Quality Improvement Coordinator, would be responsible...
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CANEX donates $100,000 to Military Family Services’ Volunteers’ Recognition Program (VOREP)

Volunteers are the backbone of Canadian communities and the military community is no exception. To recognize the selfless contributions of volunteers within the military community, CANEX once again made its annual $100,000 contribution to the Military Family Services’ Volunteers’ Recognition Program (VOREP) during this year’s National Volunteer Week. The funding provided by CANEX to Military Family Services...
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