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Preserving Canada's Military History "In Their Own Words."

Mike Lacroix is an Infantry Captain the Canadian Armed Forces and is currently serving in The Toronto Scottish Regiment as the Adjutant.

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Preserving Canada's Military History "In Their Own Words."

Mike Lacroix is an Infantry Captain the Canadian Armed Forces and is currently serving in The Toronto Scottish Regiment as the Adjutant.

    Episode 057 – Brigadier Alastair Bruce of Crionaich

    Episode 057 – Brigadier Alastair Bruce of Crionaich

    ARMY Alastair was a regular soldier for four years (1979-1983), seeing active service in the Falklands War of 1982 and also on peace keeping duties in Northern Ireland with the 2nd Battalion, Scots Guards. He is still a reserve officer, currently serving as Deputy Commander (R), 3rd UK Division in the rank of Brigadier, having served in Media and Communications and commanding the Media Operations Group (Volunteers). In March 2004 he completed his period of mobilized service on active operations […]

    Episode 056 – WO Aly Hirji

    Episode 056 – WO Aly Hirji

    Warrant Officer Aly Hirji a member of The Royal Regiment of Canada was born and raised in East York Ontario. Warrant Officer Hirji completed his basic training through the Cooperative Education Program during February 1995 and May 1995 not earning any money, but in turn earning two High School Credits. Warrant Officer Hirji was promoted to Corporal in 1997, to Master- Corporal in 1999, Sergeant in 2007 and Warrant Officer in 2009. He has deployed to Israel in support of […]

    Episode 055 – CWO Brian Budden

    Episode 055 – CWO Brian Budden

    CWO Brian Budden, CD is a Canadian Armed Forces Veteran.  He is the past president of the Toronto Branch of The Queen’s Own Rifles of Canada Association, and he currently serves as the 1st Vice-President and Health & Welfare Chairman. Following his first tour of Normandy and northwest Europe in 1974, CWO Budden began organizing historical tours to Normandy, Belgium and the Netherlands for First and Second World War Veterans. He arranged for the Westlake Brothers Souvenir Association in Normandy, […]

    Episode 054 – Capt Terry “Stoney” Burke

    Episode 054 – Capt Terry “Stoney” Burke

    Captain Terry (Stoney) Burke joined the Royal Canadian Regiment in October 1964.  He completed basic recruit training at the Regimental Depot, in Wolseley Barracks, in London, Ontario. In October 1965, he was posted to the Second Battalion of the RCR, in Fort York, West Germany, where he became a member of the Assault Pioneer Platoon. Over the next three years he completed the Junior NCO Course and was promoted Corporal in December of 1968. In November of 1969 he returned […]

    Episode 053 – LGen Guy R. Thibault

    Episode 053 – LGen Guy R. Thibault

    Lieutenant-General Guy R. Thibault, CMM, MSC, CD joined the Canadian Forces in 1978 and completed a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics and Physics at the Royal Military College.  Upon completion of Army Signal Officer training in Kingston, he served in various operational capacities within the Special Service Force in Petawawa as well as 4 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group, and Canadian Forces Europe in Lahr, West Germany. He has held a wide range of command and staff appointments within the […]

    Episode 052 – Col Kevin Cameron

    Episode 052 – Col Kevin Cameron

    Colonel (Ret’d) Kevin Cameron joined the Canadian Forces in 1989 under the Officer Candidate Training Plan (OCTP), was commissioned into The Royal Canadian Regiment (The RCR) and posted to 3rd Battalion, The RCR at Canadian Force Base (CFB) Baden-Solingen, Germany.  During his two years with 3 RCR Germany, he deployed to Croatia and Sarajevo in 1992. Upon return from the Former Yugoslavia, and with the close-out of CFB Baden-Solingen in 1993, he was posted to 2nd Battalion, The RCR at […]

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LoadMaster11 ,

Worth your time

I have learned many things listening to this podcast. I have learned to each episode, some of them twice or more. This podcast has really helped me to learn and understand the Canadian Forces, it role today and its storied history. I hope there are many episodes to come!!

KBzeroNMQ ,

5 Stars for the Canadian History Podcast

Stories, Valor, Humor and Canadian ForcesHhistory past and present are here for you to enjoy. Job well done Mike!

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