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Reimbursements and allowances

https://www.canada.ca/en/department-national-defence/services/benefits-military/education-training/reimbursements-allowances.html

Jun 19, 2019 ... military skills. Children's education management Schools, counselling, compensation and benefits for your child if your family is relocated or moved overseas. Paid education Get your tuition and school books paid for by the Canadian Armed Forces. Spousal education upgrade benefit Get reimbursed for expenses that improve your spouse's skills to find a job if you

Remembrance Day | 13. Laying of wreath

https://www.canada.ca/en/department-national-defence/services/military-history/history-heritage/remembrance-ceremony/13.html

Jun 21, 2019 ... to the left and slightly behind the person who is to lay the wreath. The wreath laying ceremony is as thus. The “wreath party” will approach the monument or cenotaph, briefly pause, exchange the wreath, place the wreath, step back, pause for a moment of reflection (military personnel will salute), turn to the right and walk or march off. The order in which wreaths

Remembrance Day | 15. Paying of compliments

https://www.canada.ca/en/department-national-defence/services/military-history/history-heritage/remembrance-ceremony/15.html

Jun 21, 2019 .... Compliments will commence on the first note and terminate on the last note of each call when sounded. Compliments shall be paid as follows: All ranks who are not part of a formed military group shall salute. Formed military groups will be brought to attention and all officers shall salute. The funeral guard will present arms, while the escort will remain at the order

Defence ethics policies and publications

https://www.canada.ca/en/department-national-defence/services/benefits-military/defence-ethics/policies-publications.html

Jun 19, 2019 ... and expected behaviours that guide public servants in all activities related to their professional duties. Duty with Honour What it means to be a Canadian military professional and the military ethos required for operational success. Fundamentals of Canadian Defence Ethics The original discussion on the Defence Ethics Programme and how to apply its values

November 11 Remembrance Day - Aide memoire

https://www.canada.ca/en/department-national-defence/services/military-history/history-heritage/remembrance-ceremony.html

Jun 21, 2019 ... and to sacrifice it to administrative convenience is one that wise men will resist in all branches of life, but more especially in our military life.” Field Marshal Lord Wavell Address to the officers of the Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) of Canada, Montreal, 1949 REFERENCES NOTE Some of the links provided in this document are for the National Defence Intranet Site

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