- Commander Canadian Army
- Exercises and Operations
- Army Reserve
- Canadian Rangers and Junior Canadian Rangers
- Mental Health
- Juno the Polar Bear
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Videos of the Commander of the Canadian Army.
Videos about Army Reserve units in communities across Canada and the community members who serve as Army Reservists.
Members of the Reserve Force serve part-time in the Forces. As a Reservist, you may serve a few evenings a week or on weekends in your own community, close to home. You will never be posted to another location and you are not required to move. Many Reservists have full-time jobs outside the Forces or are students. However, in the event of a threat or crisis, you may be asked to serve full-time as part of a mission in Canada or overseas. As a Reservist, the choice to participate is always voluntary. The main role of the Reserve Force is to support the Regular Force at home and abroad.
Videos about the Canadian Rangers who serve in more than 400 Canadian communities as well as the Junior Canadian Rangers they help mentor.
The Canadian Rangers are a sub-component of the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) Reserve and are the military’s eyes and ears in the north.
They provide patrols and detachments for national-security and public-safety missions in sparsely settled northern, coastal and isolated areas of Canada that can not conveniently or economically be covered by other parts of the CAF.
Videos on topics concerning mental health and support, including member resilience programs.
Canadian Armed Forces members have access to a range of programs while serving in the Forces, including exceptional medical and mental health care, support for families, and comprehensive reintegration and return-to-work programs for those who are ill and injured.
Videos about the polar bear "adopted" by the Canadian Army.
Private Juno reporting for duty with the Canadian Army! The Toronto Zoo’s polar bear cub was born on Remembrance Day, November 11, 2015. Her name honours the historic Canadian landings on Juno Beach on the Normandy coast during the Second World War.
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