Canadian Rangers (S3 E9)
Forest Fires, floods, pandemics and so much more - the Canadian Rangers can be relied upon to help Canadians during their times of need.
For 75 years and counting, the Canadian Rangers have been called into action to support the military in remote, isolated and coastal regions of Canada. Brigadier-General Nic Stanton, Director General Army Reserve, tells us how the Rangers continue to play a key role in domestic operations, CAF training and their own communities.
Find out more about the Canadian Rangers and their 75th anniversary
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