I live in the area of Portapique, NS and am amazed at how all levels of government assume citizens are are Twitter (we are not) or the next social media platform (-3seconds).
In a real emergency, their fart will inform their tailwind.
Why is this a CAF question?
Government mandate these charges are civilian, the CAF responsibility is hands off for tracking.
Administrative actions have always been separate. Generally, this is held in reserve until other outcomes are resolved.
As frustrating as the...
Followed over the cliff.
I am unapologetic. I own my thoughts and convictions. The internet has a memory that would twist an Mammoth (assuming Elephant predecessor). I am ready to snap this is but one of a handful of silent topics.
"Listen to your troops, when the ranks become quiet, you've...
I was desperately wishing I had a cocktail nametag at a couple Christmas parties this month.
Those look far better than the sticky labels organisers were handing out to attendees to write their names on.
I understand EITS' point, a temporary suspension is viable, until a risk assessment is completed, including if and where a reassignment is possible. This would be concurrent activity with the investigation, but not reliant on it as an impediment to RTW.
I agree that most people have higher priorities in life, than paying for a COA, especially these days with inflation, carbon taxes and economic uncertainty.
I've had a life-long interest with Coats of Arms and we finally started the process for our individual grants. Rach element has a cosr...
Professionals use titles, credentials and other approved forms of achievement in court proceedings.
Medals have been honourably earned and awarded by the Crown. Why wouldn't someone wear them with pride to court?