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Junior Canadian Rangers – 20 years of history

– Twenty years ago, 10 teenagers from Paulatuk, a remote community in the Inuvik region of the Northwest Territories, blazed a trail as the first participants in a two-year trial youth program launched by the Department of National Defence…

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Canadian Rangers Ocean Watch program assists Arctic research

– Yellowknife, Northwest Territories — Canadian Rangers are assisting the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) in gathering data that a DFO report says will offer “unprecedented” views of Arctic waters.

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Junior Canadian Ranger wins Indigenous writing award

– A last-minute submission for a writing competition won a Junior Canadian Ranger a prestigious Indigenous writing award.

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Canadian Rangers train with Ontario Provincial Police search and rescue specialists

– Nibinamik and Wapekeka, Ontario — More than 100 Rangers from 17 First Nations took part in the week-long exercise, which included classroom sessions and challenging search drills in the field.

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Army Commander responds to Ombudsman’s recommendations on Canadian Rangers’ health care

– The Commander of the Canadian Army said he is committed to addressing recommendations from the Canadian Armed Forces Ombudsman on improving healthcare for Canadian Rangers.

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Canadian Ranger receives medal of bravery for saving lives in house fire

– Ottawa, Ontario — Ranger Fontaine said he was not nervous when entering the burning building, but he was when he stepped in front of the Governor General to receive the medal.

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Indigenous ultrarunner grateful for Canadian Ranger support

– Article / March 17, 2017 / Project number: 17-0092 By Steven Fouchard, Army Public Affairs Great Slave Lake, Northwest Territories — Brad Firth may have only taken up long distance running five years ago but, in that time, he has more than earned his nickname: Caribou Legs. His accomplishments to date include a six-month run …

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The work of Canadian Ranger Dollie Simon is never done

– Article / March 21, 2016 / Project number: 16-0060 Fort Resolution, Northwest Territories — Master Corporal Therese “Dollie” Simon may not include juggling in her impressive list of skills and responsibilities as a member of the 1st Canadian Ranger Patrol Group, but she must do a lot of it. Along with her day job as …

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