Ammo tech among first four civilians deployed to Afghanistan.
Royal Roads University, the Asia Pacific Center for Security Studies, and Maritime Forces Pacific will be holding the biennial Maritime Security Challenges conference in Victoria, B.C. from Oct. 1-3, 2012. One of the conference panel discussions will focus on security issues in the Gulf of Guinea. This article explores key maritime concerns in this region […]
The product launch of the Roger’s Chocolate bar with the Navy wrapper. Please click here if you are interested in purchasing a ROYAL CANADIAN NAVY MILK CHOCOLATE BAR
Traumatic Brain Injury: Listening to the symptoms Two individuals suffer traumatic brain injuries (TBI) with the same level of severity. Yet their recoveries are markedly different. Why? A TBI can occur when a person experiences sudden brain trauma. Although a blow to the head is a common cause, injury to the head is not the […]
The weather is warm and the skies are blue. It’s the perfect time to get outside and enjoy the day. It’s also a good time to think about getting healthier. Simply dropping a few pounds can boost your confidence, help you feel better physically and prevent some of the illnesses associated with obesity, such as […]
Vanessa Roman is used to seeing her husband Major Jason Roman fly off in his Sea King helicopter with the Canadian Armed Forces. But now she’s doing her own bit of moving – to the small screen. The mom of three and Halifax real estate agent hosts “Reno vs Relocate” which will begin airing on HGTV […]
Each spring, regions around the world adjust the clocks to move one hour ahead. This contributes to more sunlight during the evening hours and, theoretically, helps conserve energy. Daylight savings time (DST) was the brainchild of Benjamin Franklin, who felt it would help increase productivity in the early evening by increasing the hours of sunlight […]