Ex-Cadets in the News

Preparing for the challenges of Canada’s Afghan pullout

“It’s like moving a very large village or small town, lock, stock and barrel,”

16124 Lt.-Col. Steve Moritsugu, leader of the mission transition and liaison team for the Canadian Forces in Afghanistan.

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Canadian troops pushing into volatile territory as Afghan mission winds down

“If we keep this up for two, three, four months,” he said, “by the time spring comes, and the fighters come back, and they go looking for these caches to get the materials they need to be up to no good, maybe some of them will not be there.”

18254 Lt.-Col. Michel-Henri St-Louis (CMR 1992), who is in charge of the 1st Battalion, Royal 22e Regiment combat team, based at CFB Valcartier.

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Fil-Canadian officer shares experience in Afghanistan

“It’s a gratifying feeling to be able to assist in the development and help people that have so little. It was a very enriching experience that will stay with me for the rest of my life,”

17830 Apollo Edmilao (RMC 1991)

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Local branch of Kiwanis Club celebrates anniversary

“The Kiwanians came to my help when I was a child and I was delighted to be able to pay them back by working for Kiwanis for the last 33 years,”

3061 Ray Kaduck (RMC 1954)

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Conservatives shut down key Afghan cabinet committee

“I guess the question is: what has it been doing up till now?” he said. “There are a number of people who think it hadn’t been doing anything.”

5105 Jack Granatstein (CMR RMC 1961)

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Cents earn holiday split

“You can say that we got burned in one game, and we got lucky in the other,”

Centennials’ head coach and GM 24045 Luke Pierce (RMC 2008)

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