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Physician assistant Master Warrant Officer Lorne Turner and medical technician Master Corporal Richard Robichaud examine Ranger Robert Buckle of Aklavik, Northwest Territories, as medical technician Ordinary Seaman Dave Finamore records their findings.

BECOME A MEDICAL OFFICER
Practice advanced medicine without the responsibilities, distractions and expenses of maintaining a private office

Captain Claudine Lee

MAKE A DIFFERENCE
Join Captain Claudine Lee in making the world a better place

Major Irene Chung

“I LIKE KNOWING THAT I’M MAKING A DIFFERENCE”
Irene’s journey with the Forces began at the age of 17, when she joined the Reserves as a way to pay for her university tuition

Members from the 35th Combat Engineer Regiment carry a boat down the shore after landing on the beach.

RESERVE FORCE BENEFITS
You can work part-time and receive financial support for your education, medical coverage and more

Serve full time
Members of the Regular Force serve full time protecting Canada, defending North America in co-operation with the U.S. and contributing to international peace and security.

 

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Serve part time
The primary role of the Reserve Force is to augment, sustain, and support the Regular Force at home and abroad.

 

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Part Time

Become a leader
Officers are formal leaders and are trained to be responsible for groups of people.

 

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Officers

Become a technician or operator
Non-Commissioned Members (NCMs) start out as recruits and are then trained to do specific occupations in the CF, usually within groups or teams.

 

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Non-Commissioned Members

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