Events

How we support our soldiers

The following examples highlight how Canadian business executives, community leaders, and retired military veterans who collectively form part of the 33 Signal Regiment Foundation are supporting our local Reserve soldiers and their families …

Press Releases

A Civil War sword missing for 153 years since the Battle of Antietam in 1862 will be returned by the 33 Signal Regiment Foundation of Ottawa, the charitable arm of the 33 Signal Regiment of the Royal Canadian Corps of Signals, Canadian Army…

The North American Ice Storm of 1998

The Great Ice Storm of 1998 was a combination of five successive ice storms that targeted the stretch of land from eastern Ontario to southern Quebec and Nova Scotia, as well as striking northern New York to central Maine. Millions of people were affected by long-term power outages, and major urban centers, such as Montreal and Ottawa, were forced to close as a result of extensive damage to trees and electrical infrastructure…

Members

Your friend – Paul

Justin: What can I say. I really don’t know where to start or how to describe what I would like to say; the positive feelings that were created through this absolutely top shelf event, the moving moments of last nights speeches, the Brits saluting us, the scenes that we each created in imagining what the

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Alain Duguay

Bonne chance Rodrigue!

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Andrea Rush

Proud to be a contributor.

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Andrew Smith

Supporting a fellow TSC HBNR member! Good luck Chris!

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Anonymous

Good luck Rod, take lots of pictures to show us when you get home.

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Anthony Staples

Go Glenn Miller! Don’t forget to pull the cord.

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Blake C. Goldring

Who would call you crazy Justin! I won’t say “break a leg” but will wish you good luck with your “high-flying” initiative.

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Callie Hemsworth

For the 33 Signal Regiment Foundation in support of Glenn Miller’s fundraising efforts.

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Carles Douglas

To the 33 Signal Regiment Foundation, Operation Wolfpack: Good luck with the fund raising for a good cause!

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Charles Seems

Rod, we wish you success in achieving your personal goals and that of the organization.

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Colin Scott

Donation to support Major Geoff Blair’s fundraising efforts.

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David Dixon

The Dixon family values the sacrifice of the men and women who graciously serve our country. We are pleased to be able to contribute.

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Dominique Gilbert

Bonne chance Rodrigue, tuescourageux. Fermetesyeuxet tout vabien se passer!

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Don and Marjorie Lenz

Make sure you let us know when the jumps are over. We will be thinking of you. What is the Dutch equivalent of “Geronimooooo….”?

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Gene Kay

In support of this very worthy effort and on behalf of my good friend, Glenn Miller. ‘Float like a butterfly.’

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Gerald K. Coulter

I wish you all well on your endeavor and thank you for the efforts on behalf of all military families.

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Gerard Ladouceur

For Laurie Mack – Be safe and keep your eyes open!

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Hari Panday

Hi Justin: This is wonderful and pretty “shnocki”. My best for your $50,000 target.

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Helen and Peter Kircher

Dear Justin, we thank you for allowing us to participate in such a worthwhile cause for our military families.

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Ian Brooker

Good luck and I hope all 15 earn their wings.

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Joan Fisk

Good luck Justin, I look forward to hearing about the adventure upon your return, all in one piece I hope.

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Kristen Ede

Good luck, Glenn! I cannot wait to see the jump video!

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Leger Xavier

Good Luck Pups!

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Leonard Gilbert

Lots of good luck! Don’t break a leg!

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Let’s Landscape Together

Have fun and good luck Chris!

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Limerick Software Inc.

Good luck and remember to raise a pint for me.

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Louis E. Raffaghello

Justin, I don’t think you need to jump out of a plane to prove you are already a little crazy. Just remember what one cadet said to his jump master: ‘If your parachute doesn’t open and the reserve doesn’t open, how long do we have till we hit the ground?’ The jump master replied: ‘The

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Marc Charlebois

Keep your feet and knees together when you land!

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Mark Diamond

Good luck to Glenn Miller and the team! We’ll be thinking of you on May 15th. Glad to support this great charity.

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Michele Freniere

Courage, we are behind you!

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Michele Krush

Go Justin and team, spread your wings and fly! I am so proud of you all!

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Neil Miller

Go Glenn Go. Looking forward to Head-Cam videos.

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Nilesh and Sarita Patel

This is a fantastic cause and I’m happy to support. Happy jumping!

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Patrick Good

Good luck Chris! Can’t wait to see the videos!!

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Paul Millar

In honour of all the brave Canadian servicemen serving overseas.

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Renee Brosseau

Each of you are made of flesh and blood and a miracle fibre called courage. Be safe and I will expect detailed stories when you return.

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Ron and Kristina Charles

Glenn and friends – This is a great cause. ‘Our men and women’ deserve better treatment and respect. Enjoy your jump!

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Ross Prokopy

Paul…I love you brother, but I know what a pathfinder is and what is required on a jump course and I must say…YOU ARE FOOLISH! But I’m in! I’ll donate.

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Ruth Draper

Good luck to my dear friend Glenn Miller and all the Regimental Council members!

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Stuart Mitchell

Justin Fogarty: Thank you for your efforts to raise funds for this worthy cause in support of our Canadian military.

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Susan Hemsworth

What a unique idea. Good luck to Operation Wolfpack and specifically our brother Glenn Miller in earning his ‘Dutch B Wings.

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W. Garth Jestley

Well done, excellent cause Glenn. Just a reminder – pack your own chute!!

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