The ABCs of military postings
Please note that currently we are updating this educational information given that the new Canadian Armed Forces Relocation Directive (CAFRD) came into effect on April 1, 2021. This new directive applies to all moves that take place on or after April 1, 2021.
COVID-19 CONTAINMENT AND ITS IMPACT ON CAF MEMBERS AND THEIR FAMILIES
- CANFORGEN 028/21 CMP 018/21 182016Z MAR 21 – APS 2021 Direction in response to COVID-19 and vaccine roll-out,
- CANFORGEN 52/20 – Compensation and leave entitlements in relation to COVID-19,
- CANFORGEN 034/21 CMP 021/21 291450Z MAR 21 - OUTCAN relocation planning in relation to COVID-19 (APS 2021),
- CANFORGEN 035/21 CMP 022/21 291455Z MAR 21 – Domestic relocation planning in relation to COVID-19 (APS 2021)
- and The Maple Leaf article
to learn about changes to the Canadian Armed Forces Relocation Directive, temporary duty, leave, release, dependent education, evacuation, and pay.
Getting on the road to sound financial, housing, and military life decisions for Canadian Armed Forces members and their families
- If information presented in this document differs from the Treasury Board’s official policy, the official policy will prevail.
- This military postings information is based on Compensation and Benefits Instructions (CBI) Chapter 208 and the Canadian Forces Integrated Relocation Program (CFIRP) Directive, valid from April 19, 1018 until March 31, 2021. As a result, at present the changes introduced in the new CAFRD are not included in this documentation.
- You should discuss any information marked by an asterisk (*) with your BGRS service provider for CFIRP moves or with your orderly room staff for CBI Chapter 208 moves before you take any decision. This includes any financial commitment.
- This information will help you and your spouse or partner make informed choices. It does not cover all options that may be available to you as a CAF member or a military family member.
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Date modified : 2021-04-01
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