On January 23, 2017, leaders from across Canada gathered for the third annual Canadian Military and Veteran Families Leadership Circle meeting.
The third annual Leadership Circle meeting brought together its largest group yet, with more than 60 individuals from over 50 organizations (including 38 member organizations) convening to share progress on developing military literacy in Canada.
Congratulations to Dr. Heidi Cramm, recipient of the Colonel Russell Mann Military Family Health Research Award!
The CFPC and the Canadian Military and Veteran Families Leadership Circle have released a new resource, “Family Physicians Working with Military Families”
Our new Statistical Snapshots publication provides information and insights about military and Veteran families in Canada.
Established formally in 1991, the Military Family Services Program honours, acknowledges and supports families’ contributions to the Canadian Armed Forces as the strength behind the uniform.
The Strongest Families Institute provides flexible support for children and youth with mental health, behavioural or neurodevelopmental disorders.
Col (ret’d) Russell Mann
A few decades ago, military families in Canada lived apart from the rest of society. They went to military schools. They practised their faith behind the barbed wire fences of military installations. […]
For this year’s International Day of Families, we’ve created an infographic providing a “snapshot” of modern families in Canada that highlights some of the many ways families are diverse.
Diverse, resilient and strong, Canada’s military and Veteran families are a source of pride for the country and they are an essential part of our nation’s family landscape. Through their service and dedication, Canadian Armed […]