#FactFriday The Canadian Army (CA) has been part of many well-known #historical milestones, but you are likely not aware of its role as a catalyst in the creation of the National #Hockey League (NHL). Find out more: [ Facebook.com Link ]
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By Steven Fouchard, Army Public Affairs

Ottawa, Ontario — In the late 1960s, Canadian researchers working at the Defence Research Establishment in Valcartier, Quebec made a game-changing advance in laser technology with the development of a laser known as the CO2-TEA, which continues to have many industrial applications.

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Par Steven Fouchard, Affaires publiques de l’Armée

Ottawa (Ontario) — À la fin des années 1960, des chercheurs canadiens travaillant au Centre de recherches pour la défense de Valcartier (Québec) ont fait des progrès qui changent la donne en matière de technologie laser grâce au développement d’un laser appelé CO2-TEA, lequel continue à...
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I read with interest the report in the Huffington Post, titled “Bardish Chagger Says House Of Commons Isn't Place To Discuss Liberal Fundraisers”.

I wanted to take the opportunity to correct some of the unfortunate and misleading statements that were made.

When asked about the Liberal cash-for-access fundraising, Ms. Chagger told the Huffington Post, “You know, in that place [the House of...
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The Christmas holiday affords each of us time for gratitude and introspection. We can take stock of all we have accomplished, and all that remains to be done.

As members of the Canadian Armed Forces, your performance over the past year has been impressive, and I’m very proud of you. We have accomplished much together, both in the defence of Canada and together with our allies overseas. Take...
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The Christmas holiday affords each of us time for gratitude and introspection. We can take stock of all we have accomplished, and all that remains to be done.

As members of the Canadian Armed Forces, your performance over the past year has been impressive, and I’m very proud of you. We have accomplished much together, both in the defence of Canada and together with our allies overseas. Take...
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Please keep an eye out for this man. He is a suspect in a sexual assault that occurred in Medicine Hat and he was last seen in Calgary.

If you see him, call us immediately.

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We are sharing the following media release on behalf of the Medicine Hat Police Service because the suspect is believed to be in Calgary.

Anyone with information on the location or identity of the suspect should contact the Medicine Hat Police Service, unless immediate police action in Calgary is required, in which case call us directly at 403-266-1234.
Today, Sikhs across Canada and around the world will gather to celebrate one of the most sacred days, Guru Nanak Gurpurab, the birthday of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji.

Guru Nanak, the founder of the Sikh faith, brought forward teachings of equality, humility, selflessness and pursuit of honest living that encompasses nearly twenty-five million followers throughout the world.

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Today, I join all Canadians in remembrance and tribute to the men and women who have served Canada in our armed forces.

Every November 11th, we gather to honour those brave men and women who served Canada in wartime and at peace; in the World Wars, in Korea, in Afghanistan and in countless other conflicts across the globe.

We celebrate those who served, and give our eternal gratitude to...
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Another look at some of the ways Canadians across the country are supporting Veterans’ Week in the lead up to Remembrance Day.

Canadian Rangers Hold Ceremony on Aboriginal Veterans Day  (Via Net Newsledger)

A ceremony on National Aboriginal Day honouring Canada’s most decorated indigenous soldier impressed a group of...
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A brief look at some of the ways Canadians across the country are supporting Veterans’ Week in the lead up to Remembrance Day.

Island students honour Canadian military with poppy ceremonies (Via Chek News)

“We are going around placing poppies on all of the headstones, to recognize all the members of the Canadian Army and Navy who have served this country and...
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Voici un aperçu des activités commémoratives pendant la Semaine des vétérans.

Jour du Souvenir devant le nouveau cénotaphe (Journal Le Nord)

Et ce fut la première fois que la cérémonie du jour du Souvenir eut lieu devant le nouveau cénotaphe, inauguré dans le parc de la cathédrale de Saint...
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A brief look at some of the ways Canadians across the country are supporting Veterans’ Week in the lead up to Remembrance Day.

Island students honour Canadian military with poppy ceremonies (Via Chek News)

“We are going around placing poppies on all of the headstones, to recognize all the members of the Canadian Army and Navy who have served this country and...
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The Canada Aviation and Space Museum presents special programming for Remembrance Day, as it honours those Canadians who served their country, and those that made the ultimate sacrifice. On November 5, 6, and 11 the Museum will pay tribute to the triumphs and tragedies of Veterans and serving members of the Canadian Forces.

Activities include:

Canadian Armed Forces Central Band and Governor...
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By Lynn Capuano, Army Public Affairs

Ottawa, Ontario — The red poppy, in the language of flowers, stands for consolation. Red is symbolic of passion and love. The story of how this common field flower grew to be an international symbol of remembrance has peculiar roots.

Remembrance Day marks the anniversary of the official end of...
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By Lynn Capuano, Army Public Affairs

Ottawa, Ontario — The red poppy, in the language of flowers, stands for consolation. Red is symbolic of passion and love. The story of how this common field flower grew to be an international symbol of remembrance has peculiar roots.

Remembrance Day marks the anniversary of the official end of...
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By Lynn Capuano, Army Public Affairs

Toronto, Ontario — On November 26, 2015, Colonel Josée Robidoux was named one of Canada’s top 100 most powerful women of the year by the Women’s Executive Network (WXN).

“To be a part of such an amazing group of strong, intelligent and determined Canadian women is a true honour,” said Col Robidoux,...
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