Ex-Cadets and More in the News

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  • Conservatives pull support for RCMP union bill

  • CTV National News for May 9

  • Discharge rule for disabled soldiers must stay in place, general says

  • Looking ahead: An interview with LGen Marquis Hainse

  • Anonymous calls that led to CFB Shearwater lockdowns being investigated

  • LEADERSHIP LAB: Forced employee ranking is a foolish approach

  • All for slow scholarship and slow scholarship for all

  • West Point clears black cadets over raised-fists photo

  • Legal truce over veterans benefits on shaky ground, lawyer warns MPs

  • Royal Military College of Canada giving honorary doctorate of law to David Bercuson

  • Canada looks at military contribution to Mali as its UN mission participation drops

  • Air Force General Is 1st Woman at Top-Tier US Combat Command

  • Canadian special forces improve skills but Lebanese and Palestinian units come out on top in competition

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Conservatives pull support for RCMP union bill

19894 Erin O’Toole

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CTV National News for May 9 (See @ 7:49)

24401 Ian Wookey

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Discharge rule for disabled soldiers must stay in place, general says

15696 Jonathan Vance

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Looking ahead: An interview with LGen Marquis Hainse, Commander of the Canadian Army

12966 Marquis Hainse

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Anonymous calls that led to CFB Shearwater lockdowns being investigated

17927 Chris Sutherland

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LEADERSHIP LAB: Forced employee ranking is a foolish approach

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All for slow scholarship and slow scholarship for all

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West Point clears black cadets over raised-fists photo

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Legal truce over veterans benefits on shaky ground, lawyer warns MPs

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Royal Military College of Canada giving honorary doctorate of law to David Bercuson

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Canada looks at military contribution to Mali as its UN mission participation drops

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Air Force General Is 1st Woman at Top-Tier US Combat Command

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Canadian special forces improve skills but Lebanese and Palestinian units come out on top in competition

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