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The Lookout Newspaper can trace its history back to April 1943 when CFB Esquimalt’s first newspaper was published. Since then, Lookout has grown into the award winning source for Pacific Navy News. Leading the way towards interactive social media reach, we are a community resource newspaper growing a world wide audience.

Conduct After Capture Training Centre is Recruiting

Conduct After Capture Training Centre is Recruiting

DND–– Looking for a fresh opportunity to enhance your career and grow your repertoire of professional skill sets?  Become a Conduct After Capture Instructor. March 11 is the application deadline. Why become a Conduct After Capture Instructor? As a Conduct After Capture Instructor, you will develop a unique set of skills that will benefit the Canadian Armed Forces […]

Looking for a unique opportunity to engage with the CAF Command Team? Look no further!

Looking for a unique opportunity to engage with the CAF Command Team? Look no further!

DND–– General Wayne Eyre and Chief Petty Officer First Class Gilles Grégoire have launched their new virtual Coffee Talk series. These hour-long, informal sessions provide a small group of Defence Team members (up to 15 per session) an opportunity to share a virtual coffee with the CDS and CAF CWO and to discuss issues, both big and small. The Coffee Talk series offers participants a […]

Multicultural Calendar 2022 is available to download

Multicultural Calendar 2022 is available to download

DND–– Available to all civilian employees and military members, this informative and attractive electronic calendar is a highly visible reminder of hundreds of multicultural and religious holidays, festivals, and observances occurring throughout the year, nationally and internationally. Learn about the different holidays and special events celebrated or commemorated in the many cultures across the globe, […]

TEME volunteers light up the holidays

TEME volunteers light up the holidays

Peter MallettStaff Writer–– It was big, bright, and chalked full of lights. A giant 18-wheeler transport truck from Base Transport’s Special Purpose Vehicles section helped light up the holidays for area children and families attending three different holiday parades in Victoria. The float appeared in the 39th Peninsula Co-Op Santa Lights Parade on Nov. 27, […]

HMCS Fredericton returns after five-month NATO deployment

HMCS Fredericton returns after five-month NATO deployment

Joanie VeitchTrident Newspaper–– After a five-month deployment on Operation Reassurance serving as the flagship to Standing NATO Maritime Group One (SNMG1), HMCS Fredericton returned to Halifax on Dec. 18. While its primary role was as the SNMG1 flagship, Fredericton also kept busy with maritime security patrols and multinational exercises as part of Operation Reassurance, in […]

Maritime Museum of BC to launch 2SLGBTQ+ exhibit - input wanted

Maritime Museum of BC to launch 2SLGBTQ+ exhibit – input wanted

Peter MallettStaff Writer–– The Maritime Museum of British Columbia is looking for stories and art from Victoria’s military community for its upcoming Queer at Sea exhibit. Queer at Sea: Tales from the 2SLGBTQ+ Community will open May 17 at the museum’s new Douglas Street location and runs through the summer. The goal is to showcase […]

Volume 67, Issue 2, January 17, 2022

Volume 67, Issue 2, January 17, 2022

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Harry DeWolf exchange: Once-in-a-lifetime experience for U.S. junior officer

Harry DeWolf exchange: Once-in-a-lifetime experience for U.S. junior officer

Royal Canadian Navy–– When HMCS Harry DeWolf finished its historic circumnavigation of North America on Dec. 16, 2021, one member of the crew headed home with a duffle bag full of memories and one-of-a-kind experiences. United States Navy sailor Lieutenant Junior Grade (LTJG) Kyle Luchau joined the ship in mid-August, although his journey began many […]

Circumnavigating with a Naval Communicator aboard HMCS Harry DeWolf

Circumnavigating with a Naval Communicator aboard HMCS Harry DeWolf

Master Sailor River LeggatHMCS Harry DeWolf–– Sailing as a profession is a paradoxical career. On one hand we all love to travel, but on the other hand we all can’t wait to get home. Sailing the circumnavigation of North America in HMCS Harry DeWolf was a wholly different experience – thrilling and unique with vast […]