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CAF briefing raises alarm on recruitment shortage, suggesting more woke policies

The Trudeau government is struggling to meet Canada’s national security and international defense obligations as the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) faces a severe shortage of personnel. According to a federal briefing note obtained by Blacklock’s Reporter, only 5,242 Canadians volunteered to join the CAF in 2022, a 35% drop from 8,069 in 2021. The briefing […]

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Mikal Bridges Hits Recruitment Trail for Celtics’ Grant Williams

Getty Grant Williams, Boston Celtics The Boston Celtics will be facing a tough decision this summer as they navigate the restricted free agency of Grant Williams. Currently, it’s hard to gauge Williams’ value around the NBA, but given his defensive ability, and 37.9% career marksmanship from deep, there will certainly be some interested suitors. Now,

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Royal Canadian Navy captain says new recruitment program off to strong start

The Royal Canadian Navy has launched a new program to help address a shortage of sailors. It’s offering recruits a one-year contract to try out a career in the military with no strings attached. They’ll experience navy life at home bases in Nova Scotia and British Columbia. A captain who helps oversee the Canadian Armed

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As NS inquiry casts shadow, RCMP eyes recruitment push with 150th anniversary

The RCMP is hoping to boost recruitment numbers in marking its upcoming 150th anniversary – even as the national force’s structure and practices come under damning new scrutiny. The Mass Casualty Commission released its final report last week into the April 2020 shooting rampage that left 22 people dead in Nova Scotia. It named a

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