Date(s) - January 15, 2016
7:00 am - 9:30 am
The Vancouver Club
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Many ex-Armed Forces personnel say that there is no career more challenging or rewarding than serving in the Forces – the privilege of defending our country, being part of history-making events, and helping those in need – both in Canada and around the world. The military also offers a career through which world-class qualifications can be achieved and leadership skills developed. The opportunity to visit more places than most people see in a lifetime and the sense of camaraderie along the way are also attractions to a life in the Forces.
More than 90,000 Canadians serve in the Forces through serving in many differing capacities. The Forces are made up of the Royal Canadian Navy, Canadian Army and the Royal Canadian Air Force.
At this January breakfast we will be inviting a panel of people who have served in the Armed Forces. We will be asking them about their life, their service and about the role that faith has played in their career.
The breakfast discussion will be followed by our new ‘Continuing the Conversation’ post-breakfast session. Please consider staying on at the Club and joining some of the City in Focus staff and panelists for a further time of conversation around the topic. So if you have some extra time please join us for the extended program. The post-breakfast discussion group will conclude at 10am.