Canadian Armed Forces personnel show their Pride in Winnipeg

A large group of people, some in military uniforms, gathers around a rainbow-coloured sign. Behind them, six people in blue military uniforms stand on a flatbed trailer and hold musical instruments.
Canadian Armed Forces members, families and friends, backed by musicians from the Royal Canadian Air Force show band “Jetstream”, gather to take part in the Pride Parade in Winnipeg, Manitoba, on June 2, 2019. PHOTO: Corporal Bryce Cooper

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Winnipeg, Manitoba’s Pride Parade rolled through the city’s streets on June 2, 2019, and included about 60 local members of the Canadian Armed Forces.

The women and men of the CAF marched, walked and danced in the parade to show their pride for and promotion of diversity and equality within their organizations. This year’s parade was a resounding success thanks to the rocking music of the Jet Stream show band, an element of the Royal Canadian Air Force Band, and the Military Family Resource Centre Choir. Read the rest of the story . . .

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