Filter your results

By section:

By year:

By month:


Tag: Personnel

Invictus Profile: Krista Seguin

– So determined to adapt and overcome is Lieutenant(N) Krista Seguin that she has a tattoo of the Latin phrase Luctor et Emergo. “It means ‘I struggle and emerge.’ I find this phrase to be very fitting for me as it represents the struggles that I have faced in life, but also the resiliency that I …

Category: Defence
Tags: |

The Defence Ethics Survey returns: We want to hear from you!

– The 2017-2018 Defence Ethics Survey (DES) will be released in early fall. Conducted on behalf of the Defence Ethics Programme (DEP), this survey, currently in its sixth iteration, aims to assess the state of ethics within the Department of National Defence (DND) and the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF). Those chosen to participate will be notified …

Category: Defence
Tags: |

Invictus Games National Relay Flag Tour

– The Invictus Games National Flag Tour began on Canadian Forces Base Esquimalt, B.C. on August 16, before making its way east across the country.

Category: Defence
Tags: | | |

Invictus Profile: Simon Mailloux

– It is an opportunity to see great spirits compete, but also to share our stories of service to this country.

Category: Defence
Tags: |

Ethically, what would you do? Conference no-show

– September 2017 ethics scenario from the Defence Ethics Programme

Category: Defence
Tags: |

Thousands attend CFB Valcartier open house

– Members of the 5th Canadian Mechanised Brigade Group (CMBG) organized an open house recently at Canadian Forces Base Valcartier, Que., to acquaint visitors with the military and all the interesting things it does.

Category: Defence
Tags: |

Invictus Profile: Cpl (Retd) Chris Klodt

– It turns out that the impending birth of a baby and a lesser-known sport nicknamed ‘murderball’ can go a long way when it comes to rehabilitating from a broken spine.

Category: Defence
Tags: | |

Invictus Profile: Sgt Lorne Ford

– When it comes to support, Team Canada – Invictus Games 2017 athlete Sergeant Lorne Ford is as good at receiving it as he is at giving it.

Category: Defence
Tags: |

Counselling service helps children transition to new schools

– Canadian Armed Forces families can now access guidance counsellors to support the education of their children as they move from province to province, or out of country. 

Category: Defence
Tags:

Canadian Team wins U.K. military medical competition

– Canadian Armed Forces members from 2 Field Ambulance, Garrison Petawawa finished first at the annual Army Medical Services Tactical Training Exercise Competition held in the United Kingdom in early July.

Category: Defence
Tags: |