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2015 Canadian Naval Memorial Trust Essay Competition

The Canadian Naval Review will be holding its annual essay competition, again in 2015. There will be a prize of $1,000 for the best essay, provided by the Canadian Naval Memorial Trust. The winning essay will be published in CNR.

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The Arctic-Offshore Patrol Ship and its Future Operation in the Canadian North

This workshop is intended to bring together invited Canadian Arctic stakeholders to identify, discuss and share their perspectives on the potential challenges and issues concerning Arctic maritime operations and the future employment of the Arctic-Offshore Patrol Ships.

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Campus visit by Deputy Minister of Industry John Knubley for the University's CFREF grant application

Federal Deputy Minister of Industry John Knubley discussing the recent series of CFPS NSPS Workshops with CFPS Fellows David Smart and Cdr Ian Wood during the DM’s Feb 2015 visit to Dalhousie University.

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New issue of Canadian Naval Review

The Spring (Vol 11 No 1) issue is now available online and in print

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Canadian Naval Review
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The Centre is in its 11th year of publishing Canadian Naval Review - a professional journal examining a wide range of maritime security issues from a Canadian perspective.

What was discussed in CNR in 2014? CNR Editor Dr. Ann Griffiths lays out the themes of the past year for the British Naval Review.

Visit the site to subscribe to the journal, read past contributions and see what some of our Fellows are writing about in the Broadsides discussion forum.

 

The Roméo Dallaire Child Soldiers Initiative
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Founded by retired lieutenant-general and celebrated humanitarian Roméo Dallaire, we are a global partnership committed to ending the use and recruitment of child soldiers worldwide, through ground-breaking research, advocacy, and security-sector training.

The Initiative is housed at the Centre for Foreign Policy Studies at Dalhousie University.