Ex Cadets and More in the News

The Toronto Branch is celebrating the Centennial Anniversary of WWI on 8 November 2018 at Rodney’s Oyster House in Toronto.

Register online Here

Peter Fosbery is the coordinator for the event
The cost for oysters is $50. The cost for people who don’t want oysters is $15.

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CADWINS!

We need some help!

We are trying to find a copy of Cadet Wing Instructions from CMR 1964 era and a list of uniforms by number for the same period. Any of our readers able to help us?   If you have a copy from a year different from CMR – a different year other than 1964 – will be better than nothing! Please contact Bill Oliver – william.oliver@rmc.ca

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Cpl Tom Braidwood | CVGSAR

25006 Tom Braidwood

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34th World Mountain Running Championships in Canillo, Andorra

24055 Matt Setlack

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The Significance of Keel Laying

10931 Colin Darlington

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Canada gets green light to buy King Air surveillance aircraft

16733 Michel Lalumiere

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Canadian peacekeepers can accomplish ‘very little’ in Mali conflict, says expert

Bruno Charbonneau, professor of international studies at the Royal Military College in Saint-Jean, Que

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‘Who are they protecting?’: Vice-Admiral Norman’s trial erupts in Commons

Mark Norman

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John Ivison: With Mark Norman trial, Liberals stuck in a situation they cannot win

16086 Spencer Fraser

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Top general’s communications with Trudeau, media to come under spotlight as Mark Norman case proceeds

15696 Jon Vance

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Military to overhaul morale-boosting trips after review finds serious problems

15696 Jon Vance

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Top general takes aim at new reports of military sexual assault

15696 Jon Vance

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Jihadi Jack wants to live in Canada. Here’s what officials are doing for ISIS fighters in Syria

19894 Erin O’Toole

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Future HMCS Harry DeWolf given official title at naming ceremony / Le futur NCSM Harry DeWolf reçoit son nom officiel lors de son baptême

15141 Ron Lloyd

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RMC engineering professor to receive award for teaching excellence

 19930 Nicholas Vlachopoulos

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Paul Bernardo will ‘express remorse’ in parole bid

Lubomyr Luciuk, a professor at the Royal Military College of Canada

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 42 years’ service honoured at 17 Wing

M0585 Stuart Gullen

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2PPCLI Op UNIFIER soldiers invited to Winnipeg for Oct. 14 event

20957 Wayne Niven

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RCR Guard, RCA Band to perform Public Duties for The Queen

22085 Kristopher Reeves

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Adventure Training Forms Lifelong Bonds

26167 Boris Trudel

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Composer dives into submarine culture

17248 Christopher Robinson

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New REMUS 100 for the Royal Canadian Navy

21641 Patrick Fournier

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Food Bank reboot – Royal Canadian Navy pitches in

24003 Colin Dudeck

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Going the Iron Distance on the Triathlon World Stage

19497 Eric Travis / 23492 Joel Maley

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Study aims to diversify Canada’s Armed Forces

Alan Okros, Canadian Forces College / Grazia Scoppio, the dean of continuing studies at RMC

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RCAF CC-177 Globemaster III reaches impressive milestone

19166 Iain Huddleston

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One Comment

  • J. R. Digger MacDougall

    October 22, 2018 at 10:00 am

    I agree with Alan Okros and others.
    If the diverse wish to volunteer, so be it. If not, let those who do volunteer to enrol comprise the all volunteer CAF. I am not aware of line ups to break down the doors of recruiting centres to get in to the CAF by other than those who are currently volunteering. The Canadian Armed Forces is not a welfare organization. It remains highly respected around the globe because of high standards in volunteerism, selection, training, etc.leadership and service. Efforts should be taken to keep it that way.