May 10, 2022
Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society partner up with Valley Artisans’ Co-op Gallery to raise funds and awareness of the Dumoine River
The Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) has chosen to partner with the Valley Artisans’ Co-op Gallery and Gifts to bring us the Journey Through the Dumoine Art Show of work which was inspired by the Dumoine River.
May 5, 2022
4 CDSB Petawawa Pers Svcs welcomes new Regimental Sergeant Major
4th Canadian Division Support Base Petawawa Personnel Services’ (4 CDSB Petawawa Pers Svcs) outgoing Regimental Sergeant Major (RSM) Chief Warrant Officer (CWO) Manon Desharnais passed on the pace stick and its responsibilities to incoming RSM CWO Paula Carpenter during a Change of Appointment ceremony April 22.
Resolving Harassment Complaints through ADR //
Résoudre les plaintes de harcèlement par le biais des MARC
Dear CCMS, I filed a harassment complaint and now my CO has encouraged me to go to ADR. I am concerned the CoC is not taking my complaint seriously. What will happen to my complaint if I agree?
1 Wing partners with Canadian Army Petawawa to train 10 new Tactical Flight Leads // La 1e Escadre collabore avec l’Armée
canadienne de Petawawa pour former 10
nouveaux commandants de formation tactique
The Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) 1 Wing has successfully qualified eight CH-146 Griffon pilots and two CH-147F Chinook pilots in the roles of Tactical Flight Leads after their flight phase at Garrison (Grn) Petawawa, Ontario.
Report released as part of effort to eliminate systemic racism and discrimination
According to a new report by the Minister of National Defence Advisory Panel on Systemic Racism and Discrimination, there needs to be more done to address the policies, processes and practices that enable systemic racism and discrimination within the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) and Department of National Defence (DND).
Total $10,000 donation to Festival Hall
The Festival Hall Centre for the Performing Arts Seat Campaign is nearing its end as private donors, grants, business owners, and municipalities have helped campaign organizers meet their $200,000 goal.
C4V offers veterans a second
career in the technology sector
Coding for Veterans (C4V) gives Canadian Armed Forces members, their families and Afghanistan interpreters a chance for a new career in software development and cybersecurity.
Petawawa crimes decreased in 2021
According to statistics released by the Upper Ottawa Valley (UOV) Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), violent crime has decreased in Petawawa by 9.8 per cent.
News from the Greater Petawawa Civitan Club
Once again I am here with just a bit of news from the Greater Petawawa Civitan Club. Our Sunday night Bingo is going very well, and is held at the Petawawa Civic Centre. We hold a 50/50 draw every week and in the past two weeks it has been over $200. The proceeds from this draw will be going towards the Wheelchair swing and the Phoenix Centre’s bullying prevention program.