Sunshine, beach days, an endless number of festivals, social BBQs, refreshing drinks by the pool, campfires, more daylight hours—’tis the season for relaxation and fun. Isn’t it? Social media tells us that we should be soaking up every relaxing minute in July and August. Make memories. Enjoy it. Don’t waste a single second. But summer can be a stressful time…
The Military Employment Transition Spouse (METSpouse) program connects Canadian military spouses with a network of military spouse friendly employers across the country. Founded as a pilot program in 2016, METSpouse launched nationally and is now available in all military communities to the spouses of Active, Reserve, and Retired members of the Canadian Armed Forces.
Summer is a season of fun, but it’s important to stay safe!
Wounded Warriors Canada has announced it is accepting applications to the second annual Veterans Child Scholarship. “The Veterans Child Scholarship is awarded to children of Canadian Armed Forces veterans or serving members affected by Operational Stress Injuries such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.”
Are you a post-secondary student (or planning to be one in the fall) who has a soft spot for dogs? It might earn you a scholarship!
The PEI Military Family Resource Centre and Dynamic Fitness are offering a six-week wellness program starting May 11 that specifically addresses physical and emotional health concerns of ill or injured veterans.
Although this scholarship is from Fraser Institute in BC, this scholarship opportunity is available all across the country for ages 16 to 96 years young and from high school to graduate education.
Last week, we welcomed our new Executive Director Leona Conrick to the PEI MFRC team. It’s been a busy week around here, for sure, but we wanted to take some time to sit and chat with Leona and get to know her a bit.
Margaret has brought an abundance of energy, enthusiasm, and warmth to our team, and she’s done so working from first Winnipeg and now Germany. She’s been such a dedicated team member, and her drive to connect military families across the country is nothing short of inspiring. We’re really going to miss her.