Welcome to CMCEN and the home of the Communications & Electronics Family
CMCEN is the central hub of information – the command post – for the C&E Branch and the extended C&E Family. This site serves active and retired Branch members, the C&E Association, the Military C&E Museum and its affiliated Foundation, as well as extended family members and partner organizations who represent military C&E. CMCEN promotes, informs, and supports a range of initiatives such as promotions & retirements, honours & awards, and major events & ceremonies so as to celebrate the achievements of the oldest military communications service in the Commonwealth.
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Signallers of the Battle Group (BG) Latvia participated in the exercises BEAST RAIDER and HORNED VIPER during December 2020. From 30 November to 3 December, members of the BG Signals Platoon participated with our Italian allies in the Ex BEAST RAIDER patrol...read more
John Boyd, the oldest known Veteran in Canada, received his second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine today - from another Veteran. A physician at the Sunnybrook Veterans Centre, and a Veteran himself, Dr. David Shergold administered the vaccine. Upon preparing John for...read more
1. WE WOULD LIKE TO TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO ANNOUNCE THE RETIREMENT OF MASTER WARRANT OFFICER JODI JONES, CD ON 16 FEB 2021 AFTER 31 PLUS YEARS OF LOYAL AND DEDICATED SERVICE TO THE CANADIAN ARMED FORCES, C&E BRANCH, ROYAL CANADIAN CORPS OF SIGNALS AND THE LINE...read more
1. WARRANT OFFICER ANDRÉ OUELLET WILL RETIRE ON 26 JAN 2021 AFTER OVER 34 YEARS OF LOYAL AND DISTINGUISHED SERVICE WITH THE CANADIAN ARMED FORCES AND THE ROYAL CANADIAN CORPS OF SIGNALS. 2. WO OUELLET ENROLLED IN THE NAVY IN DEC 1986 AS A MARINE ENGINEER MECHANIC WITH...read more
1. WARRANT OFFICER RICHARD POIRIER WILL RETIRE FROM THE CANADIAN ARMED FORCES ON 18 JANVIER 2021 WITH 19 YEARS OF LOYAL AND DEDICATED SERVICES TO CANADA, THE CAF, AND C&E BRANCH AS A LINEMAN. 2. RICHARD ENROLLED FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THE CANADIAN ARMED FORCES IN...read more
Signalman Crouse was born in Liverpool, NS. He enlisted in The Royal Canadian Corps of Signals in 1960. In 1965 he was posted as a Radio and Telegraph Operator (later Rad Op) to 56 Signal Squadron as part of UNEF I (UN Emergency Force in Egypt). Unfortunately, Philip...read more
Calendar of Events
Strategic Outlook and C&E Events Forecast
Events can be submitted through the C&E Branch Event Submission Form. Submitted events may be approved for Branch wide distribution and funding IAW the C&E Branch Standing Orders.