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Minister of Veterans Affairs Commendation

Nov 19, 2019 ...Minister of Veterans Affairs Commendation The official description, eligibility, criteria, and history of the Minister of Veterans Affairs Commendation. Context This Honour is administered by Veterans Affairs Canada Veterans Affairs Canada.

Supporting our veterans

Nov 8, 2019 ...Supporting our veterans We recognize the contribution veterans and releasing Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) members have made to our country. That’s why we want to make sure they are informed of employment opportunities within SSC—a second career where they can continue to serve Canadians. This approach also gives our managers access to a group of highly

John Blythe, CD - SSC’s Veterans’ Champion

Nov 8, 2019 ...John Blythe, CD - SSC’s Veterans’ Champion At SSC, we know we owe a huge debt of gratitude to women and men who dedicate their lives to protecting what it means to be “Canadian.” That’s why we help veterans take the next step in their careers—one where they can continue serving Canadians. After 33 years in the military, John Blythe, CD, knew he wanted

Heritage Structure | Chapter 9 – Days of Commemoration

Nov 13, 2019 ... – 11 November; Battle of Atlantic Sunday – first Sunday in May; and Battle of Britain Sunday – the Sunday falling within the period 15 to 21 September. Other days may be commemorated by units as appropriate. In the National Capital Region, the following additional events are commemorated: Vimy Ridge Day – 9 April; Korean War Veteran’s Day – 27 July; National

Veterans’ Week 2018 | Events | Canadian Army

Oct 25, 2019 ...Veterans’ Week 2019: Canadian Army Remembers More Information Veterans’ Week - National Defence and the Canadian Armed Forces Indigenous Veterans Fallen Canadians Write to the Troops 10 Quick Facts on... The Poppy History and Heritage 2019 National Veterans' Week Speakers Program Feature Articles - Forces The Royal Canadian Legion 75th anniversary of D-Day

National security and defence

Nov 18, 2019 ... Defence equipment Current list of terrorist entities Join the Cadets Canada’s Defence Policy More information for Veterans Features Join the Canadian Armed Forces Become one of the men and women serving proudly in the Canadian Armed Forces Curious about the military lifestyle? Looking for employment opportunities? Apply to the Canadian Armed Forces Indigenous

Annex I - Canadian Armed Forces Suicide Prevention Strategy Actions

Nov 12, 2019 ...Annex I - Canadian Armed Forces Suicide Prevention Strategy Actions Joint Suicide Prevention Strategy Canadian Armed Forces and Veterans Affairs Canada Previous Table of contents Next The following is a complete list of the current Canadian Armed Forces actions planned and under-way under the Joint Suicide Prevention Strategy. These represent

Memorial Cross

Nov 19, 2019 ... of Honours and Recognition (DH&R) of the Department of National Defence (DND) is responsible for the administration of the Memorial Cross for: deaths while in service after 6 October 2001. The Honours and Awards Section of Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC) is the authority responsible for the initial issue and replacement of the Memorial Cross for: deaths related

Sitting by the Fire: Commemorating Indigenous Peoples' Military Service (Part 2) - CSPS

Nov 6, 2019 ...Sitting by the Fire: Commemorating Indigenous Peoples' Military Service (Part 2) Métis Veterans, with Brian Black November 8 is National Aboriginal Veterans Day. For this occasion we are bringing you a series of 3 interviews with Indigenous individuals who have served—or continue to serve—in the Canadian Armed Forces. In this second part of our miniseries

Chief of Defence Staff and CAF Chief Warrant Officer Remembrance Day Message

Nov 19, 2019 ...Chief of Defence Staff and CAF Chief Warrant Officer Remembrance Day Message Video / November 07, 2019 Transcript CDS: Dear Canadians, honoured Veterans, and fellow Canadian Armed Forces members. Today, we gather in solemn reflection to honour the sacrifices of Canada’s sailors, soldiers, and aviators. From the First World War to Korea, the Gulf

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