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Ex COMM PLAYER (2019)

May 2, 2019 | 0 comments

This year marked the re-commencement of Exercise COMM PLAYER; an annual hockey tournament designed to foster a competitive spirt, regimental / unit pride, and camaraderie. Tremendous thanks is owed to the Canadian Forces Joint Signal Regiment (CFJSR) – OPIs Lieutenant Allan Turtle and Sergeant Francois Lebrun – who took the helm at co-ordinating, planning, and […]

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Retired Officers’ and Senior NCMs’ (ROSEN) Mess Dinner

May 2, 2019 | 0 comments

Dear Retired Member of the Branch; Registration for The Retired Officers’ and Senior NCMs’ annual dinner hosted by the Colonel Commandant is now open. This event will again be held without spouses / guests, and will take place at the Vimy Officers’ Mess (VOM) on Friday, 14 June 2019 commencing at 1800 for 1915 hours. […]

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FREE ONE YEAR MEMBERSHIP TO THE SIGNALLERS CLUB OF CANADA FOR SERVING MEMBERS AND MEMBERS WHO RETIRED AFTER 1 JAN 2009

May 2, 2019 | 0 comments

Last year it was voted in that all serving members be offered a one-year free membership to the Signallers Club of Canada (This includes C&E Members who have retired after 01 Jan 2009). Please take advantage of this wonderful opportunity! THE GENESIS OF THE CLUB A small group of ex-members of The Royal Canadian Corps […]

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ROSEN 2019: Save the Date!

Apr 10, 2019 | 0 comments

Dear Member of the Branch; This is an announcement to save the date of 14 June 19 for the Retired Officers and Senior NCMs (ROSEN) Annual Dinner! This event will again be held without spouses/guests and will take place at the Vimy Officers’ Mess (VOM) on Friday, 14 June 2019 commencing at 1800 for 1915 […]

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Britain’s spy agency delivers a scathing assessment of the security risks posed by Huawei to the country’s telecom networks

Mar 28, 2019 | 0 comments

Article from Washington Post commenting on the challenges for western countries as they consider the implications of including Huawei technology within their national telecommunications infrastructure. Washington Post Article

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