National News

  • 15 Jun 2016

    We have recently learned that nominations are being taken for the Invictus Games.  Information and applications are attached. (Francais en suite)

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    Nous avons récemment appris que les candidatures pour les...

  • 07 Jun 2016

    2884 RCE Cadet Corps March Past 7 June 2016

    Reprinted from:   7 June 2016

    The 2884 Royal Canadian Engineers Cadet Corps recently held an inspection and review at the Glencoe Arena.

    The corps...

  • 05 Jun 2016

    Col Jennie Carignan

    Colonel Jennie Carignan will become the world's first combat arms general later this month when she is promoted to Brigadier General.  McLean's magazine has written an extensive story about her at ...

  • 26 May 2016

    14 Construction Engineering Squadron (CES) attended Deployment for Training (DFT) in Fort Indiantown Gap, PA (FTIG) on 12-26 May, 2016. The squadron sent equal representation from each of its four CE Reserve flights - 91 CEF Gander, 143 CEF Lunenburg, 144 CEF Pictou, 192 CEF...

  • 13 May 2016

    Sgt Lyle Crispin (Ret'd)

    Sgt. Lyle Crispin served for nearly twenty years in the Engineers. He started in 44 Fd Engr Sqn in Trail, BC in 1984 and transferred to the Regular Forces in 1987. He served three tours during his career - Cyprus, Kuwait, and Yugoslavia. Crispin retired in Gagetown in the...

  • 09 May 2016

    Invictus Games Logo

    Hailing from Grimsby, Ontario, Mark Hoogendoorn is a combat engineer in the Canadian Army. 


  • 05 May 2016

    Invictus Games Logo

    MWO Michael Cotts, CD (Ret'd) Invictus Games Competitor

    Michael Cotts served as a...

  • 02 May 2016

    CMEA Crest

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  • 29 Apr 2016

    CME Badge

    The CME was not simply created, it has evolved over the last century, and the CME birthday reflects two significant events. The Engineers existed in the form of militia even prior to Confederation, however, 1 July 1903, when the Regular component of the corps was authorized...

  • 23 Apr 2016

    Spr Ralph Hebb receives Legion of Honour

    The Canadian Military Engineers are pleased to advise that the Government of France has presented the National Order of the Legion of Honour to Sapper Ralph Hebb, a WW II Royal Canadian Engineer veteran and a participant in the Battle of the Liberation of France.