Major-General M.H. St-Louis, OMM, MSM, CD

Major-General M.H. St-Louis

Commander Canadian Army Doctrine and Training Centre Headquarters

Major-General Michel-Henri St-Louis is an infantry officer from the Royal 22e Régiment since 1992.

He arrives at the Commander Canadian Army Doctrine and Training Centre (CADTC) after commanding Joint Task Force IMPACT. This is Canada’s largest deployed joint force that provides, from Kuwait, the national command and control node to the Canadian Armed Forces capacity building efforts in Iraq, Lebanon and Jordan.

Before assuming command of JTF-IMPACT on 1st May 2019, MGen St-Louis was the Deputy Commanding General for Operations of America’s First Corps (US Army) at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington State. Through his service he has lived in Saint-Jean, Québec City, Oromocto, Ottawa, Toronto, Winnipeg, Washington, D.C., Washington State and now Kingston (Ontario). He has deployed on 6 different missions, to such places as Srebrenica (Bosnia), Rastevic (Croatia), Zgon (Bosnia), Kabul and Kandahar (Afghanistan) and the Middle East.

He has attended the US CAPSTONE Leadership Program, followed seminars at the Near East South Asia Center for Strategic Studies (NDU) and the US Army War College. Graduated from the National War College (Washington, D.C., U.S.A.), the Canadian Forces College, the Collège Militaire Royal de Saint-Jean, the Royal Military College in Kingston, and the Canadian Army Command and Staff College. His three master degrees have focused on war, defence and strategy. He served at the operational level in the 1st Canadian Air Division. Served three times at the strategic level with the Director General of Strategic Planning, for the Canadian Armed Forces, within the Canadian Army Staff and with the Strategic Joint Staff.

He joins the CADTC team, with his wife Julie Low and their 2 teenagers Zoe and Noah.

Major-General St-Louis assumed command of Canadian Army Doctrine and Training Centre Headquarters on August 2020.

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