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Information booths for both internal and external groups were set up inside Tribute Tower for the MARLANT IDPWD event on December 3.
RYAN MELANSON, TRIDENT STAFF
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Spotlight on accessibility for IDPWD

IDPWD event puts focus on accessibility By Ryan Melanson, Trident Staff From finding employment opportunities for people on the autism spectrum, to eliminating societal barriers for those with physical impairments, the spotlight was on accessibility and inclusion at the MARLANT event marking the International Day for Persons with Disabilities on […]

On December 17, 2018, trustees of the Canadian Naval Memorial Trust hosted members of the Fleet Maintenance Facility Cape Scott aboard HMCS Sackville to recognize the significant amount of work accomplished in phase one of the ship’s refit and ongoing preservation. 
MONA GHIZ, MARLANT PA
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Thanks for a job well done

FMF personnel thanked for a job well done By Ryan Melanson, Trident Staff HMCS Sackville, Canada’s Naval Memorial, is currently resting comfortably in the water at her winter berth in HMC Dockyard, but that may not be the case if not for the significant hull restoration work completed throughout 2018. […]

A crowd of friends and families provide a warm welcome for their loved ones as they return from a five-month deployment on December 18, 2018.
MARPAC IMAGING SERVICES
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Calgary, Asterix back from Asia-Pacific

HMCS Calgary concludes Operation PROJECTION Asia-Pacific and returns to CFB Esquimalt By RCN PA, Her Majesty’s Canadian Ship (HMCS) Calgary and Naval Replenishment Unit (NRU) Asterix recently concluded a successful five-month deployment to the Asia-Pacific region on Operation PROJECTION and returned to the ship’s home port at Canadian Forces Base […]

CPO2 (Ret’d) Debbie Eisan speaks to members of RUSI(NS) on November 19 about her experience as an Indigenous women in the CAF.
RYAN MELANSON, TRIDENT STAFF
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Indigenous contributions to the CAF

Historian highlights contributions of Indigenous CAF members By Ryan Melanson, Trident Staff The relationship between Canada’s Indigenous people and its Armed Forces has not always been a smooth one, beginning with the First World War, when about 4,000 Status Indians fought through obstacles to sign up for military service to […]