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Team Canada Co-Captain, Major Simon Mailloux, marches alongside Joint Task Force Central en route to the Invictus Games

Invictus Games launches sports psychology study

Halifax, Nova Scotia — A study investigating the role of adaptive sport in the rehabilitation of current and former military has been launched by researchers at Dalhousie University ahead of the Invictus Games Toronto 2017, which will be held from September 23 to 30.

a Reservist from the Régiment du Saguenay

Explore Army Reserve opportunities at cross-Canada open armoury event

Ottawa, Ontario — The Canadian Army Reserve (ARes) takes on big challenges, ranging from combat operations to supporting emergency responses here at home. So it should come as no surprise that, when the ARes hosts an open house, it will also be big.

Honorary Lieutenant-Colonel Cheryl Robertson is pictured during a change of command ceremony for her unit, 37 Signal Regiment. Honoraries are a longstanding tradition in the Canadian Army that Ms. Robertson says she’s proud to be a part of.

Connecting the unit: Meet Honorary Lieutenant-Colonel Cheryl Robertson

St. John, New Brunswick — Cheryl Robertson is a retired educator and enthusiastic volunteer in her home community. Her work, paid and otherwise, earned her an Order of New Brunswick in 2014 – the same year she became Honorary Lieutenant-Colonel of 37 Signal Regiment, a Canadian Army Reserve unit.

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