This will be a list of sites that might be of interest to the members of the CAVUNP and the general public. I will try to keep checking these links to make sure they all work, but if you find one that doesn't work please let me know. Also drop me a line if you have a site that might be of interest to our members.

Since these are beyond the control of our organisation we are not responsible for the content of these sites, and by linking to them, these sites may not necessarily represent the opinions of our Chapter.

Master Cpl. Darrell Jason Priede, a military imagery technician serving with the ISAF at Kandahar airfield, was killed when the helicopter in which he was a passenger went down on May 30. Click here to see a slide show of some of his photos on website

Grunt's Military Site - Dedicated to the military and military personnel, this site includes details on military rank insignia, medals and ribbons as well as images, forums, military quotes and glossaries.

Julian Austin, a singer, songwriter from New Brunswick now residing in Steinbach Manitoba wrote a song, entitled "The Red and White". He wrote the song as a tribute to all past and present Canadian service men and women. Click here to listen to it.

New canadain $10 bill to honour Veterans

Bank of Canada salutes Veterans with new $10 bill

The back of the redesigned $10 note features the theme of Remembrance and Peacekeeping. It represents Canada's participation in peacekeeping activities as well as the remembrance of all Canadians who participated in past wars.

A Veteran and 2 young people observe a Remembrance Day Service as members of the Land and Naval Services stand vigil. A member of the Armed Forces in a Peacekeeping role complements the scene. The first verse of John McCrae's poem, In Flanders Field and it's French adaptation, Au champ du'honneur, by Jean Pariseau are featured together along with doves and a wreath of poppies, which symbolize Peace and Commemoration.

write to the troops

The men and women of the Canadian Forces have demonstrated time and again that they will rise to any challenge. Let your Canadian Forces members know you appreciate their service by sending a message using this monitored message board.