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Judge writing report on military sexual misconduct

OTTAWA – An external review by a former Supreme Court of Canada justice into allegations of sexual misconduct in the military has been completed.

A spokeswoman for National Defence says retired justice Marie Deschamps is now writing a report, which is expected to be released in the spring. 186 more words

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Soldiers step up to help with Habitat family move

When Sgt. Mario Legnaro learned that one of four families with a new Habitat for Humanity NCR home awaiting them in Orléans had no way of moving themselves he didn’t think twice. 463 more words

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TBS - Celebrating 5 years of inhumane treatment of military families

Today was one of the most difficult days so far. Submitted my application for compassionate status (a career ender) and I am coming to the conclusion that no matter how much I sell, how hard I work or how many jobs I take, I cannot repay the money.   160 more words

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SYSTEMIC DELAY OF MILITARY ENTITLEMENTS ABOUT TO ENTER 5th YEAR!

What does a family need to do in order to get a fair shake with this government? Soldiers are not second class citizens.

MinisterClementReMarcusBrauerJan2015

Please take a minute to read the attached and tweet to the President of the Treasury Board for his attention (I’ve been blocked for some reason).   23 more words

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Base Gagetown Amusement Park promises 'explosive' good time

Oromocto – Base Gagetown has announced it will go forward with hosting a family-friendly amusement park after years of planning and development.

“We’re absolutely excited at the prospects,” Base Commander Nathan Shepherd said during last night’s official press conference. 234 more words

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Canada confident no civilians were killed in CF-18s strikes

OTTAWA – Canadian fighter bombers have conducted a total of seven attacks in Iraq over the last couple of weeks and their commander is confident none of them caused civilian casualties. 129 more words

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