Canadian Rangers in the News – 05 Oct 12

5 10 2012

Eyes of the North
Northern News Services
Rogers has been a Canadian Ranger for nine years, and stayed behind on this exercise to work the radio and stay in contact with the group. “We’re the eyes of the North,” he said. “The first day you set up camp, the second day is GPS and map training …

Ranger shooters win top honours at Ontario championships
Wawatay News-2012-09-06
Canadian Ranger marksmen from across northern Ontario won top honours at the Ontario Rifle Association provincial championships at

Northern Canadian Rangers celebrate milestone … – HQYellowknife
They’re celebrating 65 years of working in the North by participating in a joint exercise patrol on the Yukon River as part of Canadian Ranger National Authority …
hqyellowknife.com/…/Northern-Canadian-Rangers-celebrate-…

Second Ranger unit for the peninsula – Community – The Southern …
Military personnel from the 5th Canadian Ranger Patrol Group (5 CRPG) based in Gander, Bellevue MHA Calvin Peach and members of the public were in the …

Canada’s North gets the royal treatment
TheChronicleHerald.ca – ‎Sep 23, 2012‎
The Canadian Rangers are a branch of the Canadian Forces most Canadians have likely never heard of. They are volunteers — Inuit, First Nations, Métis and non-aboriginals — who patrol the vast frozen lands of the north, upholding Canada’s arctic …

Calgary Herald – ‎Sep 24, 2012‎
It’s a vista that one Canadian in a thousand might ever witness, yet we were out on the tundra with a Canadian Ranger and Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex. Last week, we had a once in-a-lifetime opportunity to accompany Prince Edward and his wife Sophie …

Hiker found by Rangers
Queen Charlotte Islands Observer
A young adventurer was picked up by Canadian Rangers in Armentieres Channel this Sunday, after spending nine days in the bush. Simon Tourigny, 21, originally from southwest England, has been travelling with his backpack and his dog Paddy for two …

Junior Rangers engage in training session
Harbour Breton Coaster
The twelve members of the Canadian Junior Rangers in Gaultois were actively involved in learning some important survival skills on September 22 and 23 as they were engaged in an interactive Wilderness Remote First Aid session. Sgt. Earl Lawrence, a …

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