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Interview with Mario Pelletier, Commissioner of the Canadian Coast Guard
Feb27

Interview with Mario Pelletier, Commissioner of the Canadian Coast Guard

Recently, Vanguard had the opportunity to interview Mario Pelletier, Commissioner of the Canadian Coast Guard (CCG). This interview was first published in the February/March 2020 issue. Commissioner Mario Pelletier Mr. Pelletier began working for the CCG in 1989 as an engineer officer in the Quebec Region. In 1998, he joined headquarters, where he held positions with increasing responsibilities. In...

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C4ISR and Beyond 2020 Introduction Video
Feb21

C4ISR and Beyond 2020 Introduction Video

Vanguard hosted its sixth annual C4ISR and Beyond event in Ottawa on January 28, 2020. Over 200 attendees from industry, military, and government participated in the one-day conference which was centered around data and the loose language of digital. In her opening remarks, Terri Pavelic, Editor-in-Chief of Vanguard set the stage for the day by asking probing questions about...

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Animal Assisted Therapy Helping Injured and Ill Veterans, First Responders
Feb20

Animal Assisted Therapy Helping Injured and Ill Veterans, First Responders

In this episode of Vanguard Radio, we continue our series on veterans and some of the challenges they face. In our last episode, J. Richard Jones spoke with LCol Chris Linford (Ret’d) about his journey with PTSD. Today, we have joining us is Capt Phil Ralph (Ret’d) to talk about an Animal Assisted Therapy program that is helping injured...

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Vanguard – Feb/Mar 2020 issue
Feb19

Vanguard – Feb/Mar 2020 issue

We are excited to share with you the February/March issue of Vanguard. In this issue, we have dedicated space to the marine and shipbuilding industry with a focus on IMO 2050 and the Canadian Coast Guard. Articles include: IMO 2050 and the Challenges for the Marine IndustryBy Andrew Kendrick The Canadian Coast Guard – Engaging one of its Greatest...

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How small Canadian manufacturers can become successful internationally
Feb18

How small Canadian manufacturers can become successful internationally

As a family-owned Canadian business, Thordon Bearings Inc. has made a mark on the international scene by designing and manufacturing non-polluting bearing systems in the marine and clean power generation industries. The 100-year old family business has an international network of agents, distributors and regional sales representatives in 90 countries providing high performance, oil and grease-free bearing systems, seals...

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