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DT News: Black History Month, Security Awareness Week, and DND/CAF’s Science Integrity Policy

– During this time, we honour the legacy of Black Canadians, past and present, focusing this year on Black Canadian youth.

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Security Awareness Week: February 4 to 8

– Security Awareness Week is taking place this week. It’s designed to increase employee awareness and promote departmental security services.

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Canadian NORAD Region aircraft practice intercept and escort procedures with USAF

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Security is Social

– Let’s be honest. We’ve all had that awkward moment when someone new or unfamiliar comes too close, forcing us to say: “Excuse me, you’re in my personal space.” We have a similar reaction when we notice someone unfamiliar in our workspace. There is a sense of invasion, a need to protect and the responsibility to …

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MTOG building relationships, contributing to maritime safety and security

– Navy News / April 12, 2017 By MTOG and Lieutenant-Commander Kelly Williamson The Royal Canadian Navy’s Maritime Tactical Operations Group (MTOG) is increasingly engaged in international capacity building activities as a means of fostering relationships, encouraging mutual understanding and contributing to maritime safety and security across the globe. MTOG recently completed a series of activities …

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Tips for Security Awareness Week: February 6-10

– Fly away with these safety tips! Have travel plans for work or March break? Here is what you should know to keep yourself and your family safe and bring back happy memories… LUGGAGE (x) Don’t identify your bags using a business card! It contains your occupation, nationality, and contact information – all the details that …

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October 22: A day Canadians will remember

– In a solemn ceremony filled with Canadian military tradition, it was the sounds that stood out. On October 22, the assault on Parliament Hill and sacrifices of Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent and Corporal Nathan Cirillo one-year ago were marked in a public ceremony at the National War Memorial in Ottawa. The booming 21-gun salute, CF-18 …

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Defence Minister hosts global leaders at Halifax International Security Forum

– During the eighth annual Halifax International Security Forum (HISF), held November 18-20, Defence Minister Harjit S. Sajjan highlighted the importance of this open dialogue, particularly as the world faces increasingly complex defence and security challenges. Minister Sajjan reiterated Canada’s commitment to a comprehensive and coordinated approach to peace operations, noting that present day threats are …

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Women and security

– Twenty-six years ago, on December 6, a gunman entered a classroom at École Polytechnique and, after separating the men and women, shot and killed14 women. The Montréal Massacre, as it became known, shocked the nation and inspired Canada’s National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women. As I write this piece, it is …

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A successful 2015 Halifax International Security Forum

– Military and civilian defence leaders from around the world gathered for the 7th annual 2015 Halifax International Security Forum. The event, attended by Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan, General Jonathan Vance, the Chief of the Defence Staff and Deputy Minister John Forster, provided an opportunity for defence leadership to exchange knowledge and share new and innovative …

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