One soldier dead, three others injured in training
Apr26

One soldier dead, three others injured in training

Investigators are looking into a training accident Tuesday morning at the Canadian Forces Base Wainright in Alberta that has resulted in the death of an army sergeant and injuring of three other soldiers. Sgt. Robert J. Dynerowicz of the Royal Canadian Dragoons based in Petawawa, Ont., was killed when the light armoured vehicle he was riding rolled over during...

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Four-year undercover anti-sex trafficking operation nets 104 men
Apr21

Four-year undercover anti-sex trafficking operation nets 104 men

More than a hundred men who had gone online to buy sex with girls aged between 13 and 16 were arrested in an undercover police operation that spanned four years. Project Raphael of Ontario York Regional Police began in 2014 as part of the organization’s anti-child sex trafficking strategy. The strategy involved: Rescuing victims Identifying and charging those who...

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046 |Sajjan under attack in India, US aircraft headed for North Korea, B.C.’s OSI Maritime reports a milestone
Apr21

046 |Sajjan under attack in India, US aircraft headed for North Korea, B.C.’s OSI Maritime reports a milestone

In this episode of Vanguard Radio we report on Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan’s visit to India and the criticism he received from the chief minister of the state of Punjab. U.S. President Donald Trump orders an aircraft carrier battle group to head for the Korean Peninsula And Burnaby, B.C.-based OSI Maritime Systems (OSI) reports that a critical design review for the integration...

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408 Tactical Helicopter Squadron deploys to Iraq
Apr19

408 Tactical Helicopter Squadron deploys to Iraq

Approximately 60 members of the Royal Canadian Air Force’s 408 Tactical Helicopter Squadron (THS), based at 3rd Canadian Division Support Base (3 CDSB) in Edmonton, Alta., departed for northern Iraq this week. The team will assume the duties of the Tactical Aviation Detachment of Air Task Force-Iraq as part of Operation Impact – the Canadian Armed Forces’ commitment to the...

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Sajjan speaks on peacekeeping but suffers attack from Indian minister
Apr18

Sajjan speaks on peacekeeping but suffers attack from Indian minister

On his first visit to India as Canada’s defence minister, Harjit Sajjan spoke about modern peacekeeping and security cooperation. But before he even landed in the country he was already facing criticism from a high-ranking official from the Indian state from which the defence chief was born. Last Wednesday, Captain Amarinder Singh, chief minister of the state of Punjab...

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