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The 13 C’s of Spiritual Resilience: Cooperation

The 13 C’s of Spiritual Resilience: Cooperation

April 24, 2018 at 3:31 pm

Chaplain’s Corner Padre David Stewart We learn about cooperation from an early age. It is taught in kindergarten as the basis of helping young children function in a community environment that may be very new to them. Cooperation is all about learning to adapt to others and live more flexibly in relationship with people different from yourself. Children in larger families will learn and practice cooperation for many daily tasks and challenges. How we feelRead More

Busting stress myths

Busting stress myths

April 24, 2018 at 3:29 pm

Lisa Fisher, Health Promotion Specialist In the 2013/2014 Health and Lifestyle Information Survey (HLIS), it was reported that 17.9 per cent of Regular Force personnel had days that were quite a bit or extremely stressful. Stress is the way your body reacts to demands and/or threats. How you perceive potential stressors (e.g. harmful or challenging), and whether you have the ability to cope with the stressor, will determine whether the demand or threat is experiencedRead More

Wood Hobby Shop is among CAF’s best

April 24, 2018 at 3:26 pm

Sgt Richard Castonguay 4 Wing’s Wood Hobby Shop is open to both civilian and military members and is one of the best in the Canadian Armed Forces. It has a wide array of equipment, making it an ideal club for serious carpenters, wood crafters or beginners. Work stations can accommodate up to nine workers at a time. The club provides wood sales for its members at good prices. The club regularly stocks oak, American poplar,Read More