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Governor General presents honours at Rideau Hall

Governor General presents honours at Rideau Hall

Governor General and Commander-in-Chief of Canada Julie Payette presented honours to 48 recipients during a ceremony on February 28, 2018, at Rideau Hall.
March 15, 2018

The commanding officers of Her Majesty’s Canadian Ships Kingston and Summerside, along with Commodore Craig Skjerpen, Commander Canadian Fleet Atlantic, and exchange officers from Ghana and Cote d’Ivoire, gather before departing for West Africa.

Ships depart for West Africa

Her Majesty’s Canadian Ships Summerside and Kingston left the winter weather behind as they departed Halifax on January 26, 2018 for a three-month deployment...
March 13, 2018

It’s International Women’s Day – Canadian Armed Forces’ first military female test pilot

Major Catherine Blais is the first and only military female test pilot in the Canadian Armed Forces…
March 8, 2018

Lieutenant Barry Troy

Lost Canadian Banshee pilot remembered at U.S. naval base

On February 25, 1958, Lieutenant Barry Troy was part of a four-ship Royal Canadian Navy F2H-3 Banshee flight heading south along the coast of Florida from United...
March 2, 2018

HMCS Whitehorse departs Esquimalt, B.C., for Operation Caribbe.

Departing ships mark 12th year of Op CARIBBE

Year 12 of Operation CARIBBE is set to begin with Her Majesty’s Canadian Ships Edmonton and Whitehorse leading the charge. The two ships left their home port...
February 26, 2018

Toronto Maple Leafs pay tribute to the Royal Canadian Navy

The Leafs will wear an all-white uniform, trimmed in blue, representing the Canadian Naval Ensign...
February 21, 2018

Canadian Rangers Ocean Watch program assisting Arctic research

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.
February 19, 2018

The science behind the sound: The thunder of artillery guns explained

For anyone, including those residents of the communities surrounding 5th Canadian Division Support Base Gagetown (5 CDSB) who are curious as to why they hear the awe-inspiring thunder of Howitzers differently on any given day, the intent of this article is to explain both the scientific and training requirements of the “how” and the “why” Guns are heard in good weather and in bad, during the day and night…
February 15, 2018

Royal Canadian Navy hosts “Ideas Hack-a-thon” at Techstars Toronto

As Canadian academics, scientists and entrepreneurs continue to push the envelope in the research and commercialization of technologies, the Royal Canadian Navy...
February 15, 2018

Army hosts NATO diving exercise in New Brunswick

Army hosts NATO diving exercise in New Brunswick

A Canadian Army diver from 1 Combat Engineer Regiment prepares to dive during Exercise ROGUISH BUOY 2018, the Canadian Army's annual combat diving training event...
February 12, 2018


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