Today is the 2nd annual Military Family Appreciation Day, and we are sending extra special love to our Island military and Veteran families. We’ll be celebrating with some of our families at the Family Retreat in Stanley Bridge, but we are sending wishes to ALL our families. You are all amazing! We spoke with local… [Read More]
One of the adventures of reg force military life is the ongoing need to find a new job in our partner’s new posting location. There’s a lot of competition out there, so how do you make your resume and cover letter stand out above the crowd so that you get that all-important interview? Our first… [Read More]
We are so excited to announce our “Let’s Start Talking”: Strengthening Family Relationships campaign!
After being closed for most of 2018, the PEI Military Family Resource Centre (PEI MFRC) is re-opening services in Summerside, starting Wednesday, January 16, in a new location.
On October 11, the PEI Military Family Resource Centre will officially launch the local branch of the Veteran Family Program during at trade-show event where Deputy Minister General (Ret’d) Walter Natynczk will give the keynote address.
#couchto600kmplan was not only about my resiliency or anything that I did, it was about Honouring the Fallen and Helping the living.
The route had us biking from Sarajevo, Bosnia, to Plitviče, Croatia. A typical day had me riding 6-7 hours a day, about 90 minutes more than the average rider.
We’re looking for a Program Associate to join our team September 4–November 30 (2018).
I arrived in Sarejevo two days early to get a feel for the place and have a few practice rides.
Margaret MacKenzie, a CAF spouse living in Germany, recently participated in Wounded Warriors Battlefield Bike Ride, and we asked her to share her experiences with us.