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Canada concludes participation in largest NATO exercise since 2002Additional charges laid against against former military medical technicianOp Honour to eliminate sexual harassment and misconduct in the CAFFamily of Cadet Gabriel Comeau issues statementCanadian Armed Forces soldier dies during training

Canada concludes participation in largest NATO exercise since 2002

OTTAWA – Today, 1650 Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) sailors, soldiers, airmen and airwomen, and Special Operations Forces personnel, in Portugal, Spain, Italy, and at sea, completed the live exercise portion of JOINTEX 15. JOINTEX is a biennial Canadian exercise and a keystone for Canadian Armed Forces posture and readiness activity aimed at enhancing operational mission preparedness....
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Additional charges laid against against former military medical technician

Today the Canadian Forces National Investigation Service (CFNIS) has laid additional charges against retired Petty Officer 2nd Class James Wilks for incidents that took place when he performed medical exams at Canadian Forces recruiting centres in London and Thunder Bay, Ontario. Wilks has been charged with the following: •    Two counts of sexual assault, in accordance...
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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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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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