Nouvelles Nationales

  • 16 Oct 2019

    CMEA - 16 Oct 19

    The wife, mother-in-law, and 20-month old son of Corporal Brent Dewell of 32 CER in Toronto, were struck in a hit-and-run while waiting at a crosswalk on their way to church on Sunday morning. A suspect has been named. 

    The Toronto CMEA...

  • 12 Oct 2019

    Spr Albert Wells (Ret'd)

    Sapper Albert Richard Wells (Ret’d) passed away peacefully on 21 July 2019 at his home in Kamloops BC, three months shy of his 104th birthday. Albert was a veteran of the Second World War and was the last known surviving D-Day veteran of the 6th Field...

  • 10 Oct 2019

    Monument at Eede on the Leopold Canal

    (Traduction par Google)

    Le gouvernement du Canada planifie un programme commémoratif outre-mer pour marquer le 75e anniversaire de la libération des Pays-Bas. Une délégation officielle du gouvernement du Canada se rendra outre-mer du 1 er au 10 mai 2020...

  • 04 Oct 2019

    Invitation from the Branch Advisor



  • 25 Sep 2019

     A Toast to Canada’s Military Engineers by Cole Harbour Trails & Parks Association Chair and Town Crier Michael McFadden

    Article by Stanley Britton, CME, FRAIC

    Oyez, Oyez, Oyez
    My Lords, Ladies, Gentlemen and Sappers
  • 17 Sep 2019

    On 8 September 2019 firefighters from across Canada assembled at the Canadian Fallen Firefighters Foundation Memorial in Ottawa to honour their fallen.  Even though it is an annual occurrence and I have attended several over the years, the impact of the beautiful ceremony...

  • 07 Sep 2019

    Sgt Shane Stachnik, CD KIA 3 Sep 06

    On 2 September 2006, the Canadian Army launched what is considered to be one of the most deadly operations in recent military history. NATO's Operation MEDUSA aimed to reclaim the Pashmal/Panjawyi district of Afghanistan from the Taliban. The enemy had been massing in the...

  • 15 Aug 2019

    New Badge for Real Property Operations Group

    A new badge for the Canadian Forces Real Property Operations Group (CFRPOG) has been approved.

    The tower symbolizes strength and efficiency in architecture, engineering, planning, construction and technology, some of the Group’s main areas of activity.


  • 14 Aug 2019

    Capt Leblanc and Maj Monette-Saillant lay a wreath at Menin Gate on behalf of the Canadian Military Engineers and the Royal Canadian Engineers.

    Article by Capt Gary Leblanc, Real Property Operations

    Three members of Real Property Operations Section Esquimalt – Capt Leblanc, Maj Monette-Saillant and Rob McDermot - self-funded their trip to Nijmegen, Netherlands, to participate in the 103rd...

  • 09 Aug 2019


    Inside this issue:

    • CO’s Message
    • UCWO’s Message
    • Greenwood News
    • Padre’s Section
    • ....   and much more.



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