In news from Canada’s shooting war, it turns out that the mission to advise and assist Kurdish forces in northern Iraq had a much more rigorous amount of assisting involved than was initially made clear.
Five U-boat kills in five weeks
In the summer of 1942, Canada’s escort fleet excelled at protecting supply convoys from German subs.READ MORE
Face To Face: Was Vimy Ridge the Canadian corps’ greatest victory?
The story of how Canadian soldiers captured Vimy Ridge in April 1917 has become almost mythological in Canada’s public consciousness. Should this victory hold the place it does in the annals of the Canadian Corps?READ MORE
War After War: Part Two
The aftermath of a close encounter with the Russian Bear and a consideration of some very dangerous alliancesREAD MORE
The Forgotten Front
Canadians fought continuously on Sicily and the Italian mainland from July 1943 to February 1945, losing more than 5,000 men. Why then is the Italian Campaign so overlooked today?READ MORE
MARCH 1, 1942
The Canadian Women’s Army Corps is granted full army status and becomes an integral part of the Canadian Militia. Prior to this, only nursing sisters were admitted into the Canadian Armed Forces.
MARCH 2, 1923
The Halibut Treaty, a Canadian-American agreement concerning fishing rights in the North Pacific Ocean, is the first treaty negotiated and signed by Canada independent of Britain.
1. Visit Quebec’s Citadel for a special exhibition
The Parallel is a special exhibition of photography that compares the First World War to the mission in Afghanistan.
TABLE OF CONTENTS Inspired by the original charter How RCMP members fare Filling in the forms Educational assistance for veterans’ families Using skills and education to make the transition A long way to go (Survey Results) Pensions, awards, allowances for 2015 Frequently Used Terms ———————————————————————————————————————————— Inspired by the original charter by Tom MacGregor Shortly before…