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  Canadian Rangers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Rangers are still permitted to carry the weapon, but they are no longer expected to engage enemy forces, thus the requirement to carry a firearm has been dropped.
The Junior Canadian Ranger Programme was created on May 31, 1996, and consists of 3,000 members in 104 locations, and is expected to expand to 3,800 members by 2008.
Under the supervision of the Canadian Rangers, the Junior Canadian Ranger Programme is open to young Canadians, from ages 12 to 18.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Canadian_Rangers   (488 words)

 DND/CF : News Room : Archives
However, a Junior Canadian Ranger patrol cannot be established in a community where a Cadet unit is already operating — this avoids any competition for participants and resources.
Junior Canadian Ranger patrols are taught traditional skills, life skills, and Ranger skills.
In addition to the Junior Canadian Ranger patrol leader, there is at least one adult supervisor for every 10 children during in-town activities, and three adult supervisors for every 10 children during exercises on the land.
www.dnd.ca /site/Newsroom/view_news_e.asp?id=786   (906 words)

Rangers are responsible for protecting Canada's sovereignty by reporting unusual activities or sightings, collecting local data of significance to the Canadian Forces, and conducting surveillance or sovereignty patrols as required.
Canadian Rangers are dedicated, knowledgeable members of the Canadian Forces who also play an important role in advancing public recognition of Canada's First Nations and Inuit groups.
Canadian Rangers can be easily recognized by their red sweatshirts and ball caps, and their frequent selfless contributions to their communities.
www.cfna.forces.gc.ca /units/rangers/index_e.asp   (243 words)

 Canadian Hockey League - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Canadian Hockey League is an umbrella organization for three North American Tier I Major-Junior hockey leagues for players of 15 to 20 years of age.
The Canadian Hockey League is the governing body for Major Junior Hockey in Canada.
The Memorial Cup Tournament is the championship of Junior Canadian hockey.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Canadian_Hockey_League   (644 words)

 Canadian Forces Liaison Council   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-04)
Canadian Rangers are volunteers who provide a military presence in those sparsely settled northern, coastal and isolated areas of Canada that cannot conveniently or economically be provided by other components of the Canadian Forces.
Rangers also support the Junior Canadian Rangers (JCR) program, which is sponsored by the Canadian Forces for youths aged 12 to 18 years in remote and isolated communities where there are few youth programs.
It acknowledged that reserve units are essential to maintaining the visibility of the Canadian Forces in the eye of the Canadian public and to continuing the close community links that are an important part of the history and strength of the Reserve Force.
www.cflc.forces.gc.ca /general/about/about_e.asp   (1771 words)

 TheStar.com - Northern patrol   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-04)
But lodgings for the 57 native Rangers (and two Junior Canadian Rangers attending Cheepay) are furnished with the blankets, tarps, foam mats and improvised wood stoves that they'd use during their regular trips into the bush.
Present in abundance among the Rangers, however, are the traditional skills bred by centuries in a grudging, harsh and killing land.
There's also a Junior Rangers element to the outfit, a type of cadet service that, among other things, helps steer native kids away from the delinquent activities that are commonplace in northern communities.
www.thestar.com /NASApp/cs/ContentServer?pagename=thestar/Layout/Article_PrintFriendly&c=Article&cid=1119047707055   (2436 words)

 Canku Ota - July 28, 2001 - The Summer Comes Alive for Junior Rangers
The Junior Canadian Rangers is a youth program for males and females ages 12-18 who live in isolated communities.
After a breakfast, the Junior Rangers, clad in green sweatshirts and ball caps emblazoned with the red ranger symbol, are on marching drill.
Six Junior Rangers from each community in Nunavik, along with their Ranger corporal, were invited to attend, and a further two were permitted at the cost of the local program.
www.turtletrack.org /Issues01/Co07282001/CO_07282001_Jr_Rangers.htm   (1085 words)

 Tim Horton - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Catharines, Ontario, Canada) was a Canadian professional hockey defenceman from Cochrane, Ontario.
He was also a businessman and the founder of Tim Hortons, Canada's largest coffee and doughnut store chain before dying in a car accident in St.
The irony is that, on March 12, 1955, he suffered a broken leg and jaw after being checked by Bill Gadsby of the New York Rangers.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Tim_Horton   (756 words)

 Junior Canadian Ranger Programme
In a dynamic and learning partnership, the Junior Canadian Ranger Programme strives to strengthen remote and isolated Canadian communities through an altruistic, responsible and practical youth programme that embraces culture and tradition, promotes healthy living and positive self-image, and reflects the proud military legacy of the Canadian Rangers.
The aim of the Junior Canadian Rangers (JCR) Programme is to provide a structured youth programme, which promotes traditional cultures and lifestyles, in remote and isolated communities of Canada.
The aim of the Junior Canadian Ranger Programme is to promote traditional cultures and lifestyles by offering a variety of structured activities to young people living in remote and isolated communities of Canada.
www.rangers.forces.gc.ca /pubs/jcr/intro_e.asp   (225 words)

 Chief of the Defence Staff - Annual Report 1999-2000
The mission of the Canadian Forces is to defend Canada and Canadian interests and values while contributing to international peace and security.
Here at home, the Canadian Forces are responsible for the surveillance and control of Canada's territorial, airspace, and maritime approaches; for aid of the civil power; and for providing assistance to civil authorities in areas such as search and rescue, fisheries and border protection, environmental surveillance, counter-terrorism response, emergency preparedness and disaster relief.
Canadian and American forces work together on an ongoing basis in areas such as training, intelligence sharing, drug interdiction, civil emergency preparedness and response, and research and development.
www.cds.forces.gc.ca /pubs/anrpt/mission_e.asp   (427 words)

 CBC News: Sunday - Operation Kigiliqaqvik Ranger
As a part-time reservist patrol the Canadian Rangers, whose members tend to be largely Inuit, perform a variety of annual duties to ensure that there is a visible presence in some of the most remote regions of the country.
The Militia Rangers had their duties greatly expanded at the end of World War II to include not only the coastal regions of Canada but more isolated areas in the North as well.
Meanwhile the role of the Rangers is being seen with a greater degree of importance in recent years.
www.cbc.ca /sunday/northpole/rangers.html   (428 words)

 Texas Rangers News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-04)
It was the second homer Carpenter allowed and moved him one behind the Rangers' Rick Helling for the AL lead with 28.
The Rangers scored two in the fourth with a double by Mike Lamb and groundout from Michael Young.
The Texas Rangers optioned outfielder Craig Monroe to Triple-A Oklahoma and purchased the contract of right-handed pitcher Danny Kolb.
www.rangers.mlb.com /NASApp/mlb/tex/news/tex_news_story.jsp?article_id=tex_20010819_aug19recap_news&team_id=tex   (1134 words)

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Rangers used their remaining draft picks to solidify their front line, drafting 4 more forwards (David, Kveton, Tomas Zaborsky, Eric Hunter and Lukas Zeliska) in an attempt to groom younger players to support their aging offensive players.
Renney was originally hired by the Rangers four years ago as the Director of Player Personnel in which he oversaw the amateur scouting department, along with serving as an assistant for the professional scouting division.
He is the 33rd coach in Rangers history, and the fourth to head up the team in the past four years.
www.nyc.gov /html/sports/html/rangers-offseason.html   (1449 words)

 RPP 2001-2002-National Defence - Part 3 of 8
Canadian Forces personnel are currently deployed on 19 missions around the world and will continue to make Canadians proud of their peacekeeping and peace support efforts.
The Junior Canadian Rangers program was created in 1996 and provides youth programs that work closely with the Canadian Rangers in remote communities.
Ranger personnel be increased from 3,500 to 4,800; and
www.tbs-sct.gc.ca /est-pre/20012002/ND-DN/nd0102rpp02_e.asp   (3354 words)

 Texas Rangers News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-04)
In 2000, Cleveland claimed a 6-4 advantage in the season series, marking the Rangers' 1st non-winning season against the Indians since 1995 (3-6)...Texas is 32-22 against Cleveland since the start of 1996...
BACK AND FORTH: The Rangers have the top batting average (.294) in the American League and the 2nd-best in the majors (behind Colorado,.305)...
With 40 home runs, the Rangers are tops in the A.L...On the other hand, Texas pitchers have the highest earned run average (6.54) in the major leagues with the most hits (258), runs (146) and home runs (41) allowed by a team.
www.rangers.mlb.com /NASApp/mlb/tex/news/tex_news_story.jsp?article_id=tex_20010428_apr28medianotes_news&team_id=tex   (3861 words)

 HKY-Canadian-Junior, Bgt   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-04)
The 19-year-old forward, whose junior rights are held by the Vancouver Giants, remains on the sidelines with a fractured sternum he suffered on Oct. 7 while playing in his second NHL game for the Columbus Blue Jackets.
Forwards Evan McGrath of the Kitchener Rangers, Michael Blunden of the Erie Otters, both 19, and 18-year-old Bryan Little of Barrie Colts were invited to the junior team's summer development camp in August and are among the top-10 in OHL scoring.
All 58 teams in the CHL are wearing a 2006 world junior hockey championship crests on their team jerseys to promote the tournament.
www.cp.org /premium/Online/Member/jr_hky/051108/j110805A.html   (961 words)

 Ranger on the honour guard   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-04)
Palituq, who is a Medal of Honour recipient, travelled to Ottawa as an honour guard for Clarkson during her goodbye ceremonies Sept. 21 along with Ranger Joe Amarualik of Iqaluit and Master Cpl. Baba Pedersen of Kugluktuk.
Canadian Rangers are volunteer, part-time reservists who provide military presence in isolated communities.
Palituq has been a Ranger for 10 years and will keep at it as long as his body is willing, he said.
www.nnsl.com /frames/newspapers/2005-10/oct10_05r.html   (374 words)

 Texas Rangers : News : Texas Rangers News
But if a high school or junior college player attends junior college in the year following his selection, as discussed above, the drafting club maintains the right (to the exclusion of the other 29 clubs) to sign him until the week before the following draft.
If the player takes a step forward in that intervening junior college season, the drafting club may choose to offer a signing bonus that is nowhere near in line with the round he was chosen in, but instead more commensurate with the round in which he projects should he fall back into the draft pool.
It's enough, for now, that the Rangers were able to sign a consensus Day 1 player by securing his rights a year early, on Day 2.
texas.rangers.mlb.com /NASApp/mlb/news/article.jsp?ymd=20060605&content_id=1489230&vkey=news_tex&fext=.jsp&c_id=tex   (1076 words)

The mission of 1 CRPG is to conduct the Ranger and Junior Canadian Rangers Programs and accomplish all assigned JTFN tasks.
All Ranger Patrols will be provided the appropriate equipment to conduct all assigned operational tasks.
Rangers will be trained to support Domestic operations such MAJAID, cruise ship distress or assist with any other emergency that can happen in our Area of Operations (AO).
www.cfna.forces.gc.ca /units/rangers/mission_e.asp   (120 words)

 DPR 1999-2000
National Defense - Printable Version
Defence has increased salaries for Canadian Forces personnel, improved accommodations, enhanced support to injured and retired members and their families, and is moving forward to improve the quality and effectiveness of its medical services.
Here at home, the Canadian Forces are responsible for the surveillance and control of our territorial, airspace and maritime approaches, and for providing assistance to civil authorities in areas such as search and rescue, fisheries and border protection, environmental surveillance, counter-terrorism response, emergency preparedness, and disaster relief.
Canadian Forces military engineers continued to provide the expertise needed to help detect and dispose of millions of unexploded landmines so that people can reclaim arable land and rebuild their settlements.
www.tbs-sct.gc.ca /rma/dpr/99-00/ND-DN/ND9900dpr-PR_e.asp?printable=True   (12523 words)

 Canadian Rangers and Junior Canadian Rangers - MND / CF
The Canadian Rangers and their protégés, the Junior Canadian Rangers are honoured and respected members of their communities.
Because their activities take place in some of Canada's most remote regions, their contributions are often unknown to the majority of Canadians.
Junior Canadian Rangers (JCR), escorted by a Canadian Ranger, participate in the Canada Day commemorative ceremonies in Ottawa.
www.rangers.forces.gc.ca /intro_e.asp   (161 words)

 Nunatsiaq News
Nurse Veronique Laniel was a popular woman this past week at the Junior Canadian RangersĀ¼ camp.
KANGIRSUK — The door of the army tent unzips and a young man wearing a Junior Canadian Rangers sweatshirt enters looking for the nurse.
Many of the 230 junior rangers and Rangers at the site near Kangirsuk are suffering from colds, thanks to the unrelenting brisk wind that’s been blowing since the camp began July 3.
www.nunatsiaq.com /archives/nunavut010731/nvt10713_07.html   (596 words)

The junior rangers were the envy of many kids the world over for they came complete with a fort, ham radios, walkie-talkies, horses, ranger t-shirts, a Smokey the Bear flag and most of all-- "ADVENTURE!!"Ā 
In the end, the wrong-doers are usually brought back to the the Chief Ranger's (Department of Lands and Forests) office and scolded, but are rarely handed over to the law.
The Indian River Junior Forest Rangers from left to right are: Jesse (Ron) Cohoon, Susan Conway, Ralph Endersby, Syme Jago, Rex Hagon, and all the way from Ireland- Peter Tully.
www.geocities.com /forestrangers1965/index.html   (759 words)

 Sports: Rangers scouts sniffing around
The Rangers had two scouts at Wednesday's game, and one is expected back for Friday's game against Panthers.
The Rangers are thin at center, and they might be willing to put together a package that includes Manny Malhotra, their first-round draft pick last year.
Lightning general manager Rick Dudley is a fan of Malhotra, and it is believed he asked for Malhotra instead of Niklas Sundstrom in the deal that brought goalie Dan Cloutier to Tampa Bay for the No. 1 pick in last summer's draft.
www.sptimes.com /News/030900/news_pf/Sports/Rangers_scouts_sniffi.shtml   (506 words)

 Allan Rock and Rick Laliberte Announce Government of Canada Investments for Rural Saskatchewan
The Junior Canadian Ranger Program offers free community-based activities to youth aged 12 to 18 years, living in remote and isolated communities.
By participating in the program, Junior Canadian Rangers are taught traditional skills, life skills and Ranger skills both in the classroom and in the field.
The Canadian Rangers act as supervisors for the Junior Canadian Rangers in the communities where they meet and learn.
www.ic.gc.ca /cmb/welcomeic.nsf/261ce500dfcd7259852564820068dc6d/85256a220056c2a485256d6600643622!OpenDocument   (1850 words)

 Canadian Rural Information Service - Community safety pathfinder
This pathfinder to Community safety was developed for use by Canadians in rural and remote communities.
The Canadian Rangers are part-time reservists who provide a military presence in remote, isolated and coastal communities of Canada.
The Rangers foster good citizenship, community responsibility, personal health and welfare, and self-esteem in youth, thereby building a stronger, healthier community for all.
www.rural.gc.ca /cris/safety/safety_e.phtml   (1346 words)

 Canadian junior team named
Tee off in the first round of the PGA Tour's Bell Canadian Open in Oakville, Ont., has been pushed back to 12:15 p.m.
That leaves the Canadian squad with 13 forwards, seven defencemen and two goaltenders.
 The 19-year-old rookie goaltender is having a storybook year and doesn't believe being the last goalie cut from the junior team will be a detriment to his season.
www.canoe.ca /99WorldJuniors/dec18_can.html   (485 words)

 New York Rangers Official Web Site :: Latest News
USA NAT'L. Five New York Rangers prospects took part in their respective National Junior Team Evaluation Camps, from which the United States and Canadian squads for the 2005 IIHF Under-20 World Junior Championship will be selected.
The native of Vancouver, British Columbia was selected by the Rangers in the sixth round (180th overall) in the 2003 NHL Entry Draft.
Nigel Dawes, a 5-8, 175-pound forward, was an integral part of Team Canada's silver medal finish at the 2004 IIHF Under-20 World Junior Championship in Finland, where he led all tournament players with six goals and tied for first among all players with 11 points in six games.
www.newyorkrangers.com /pressbox/pressreleases.asp?id=1294   (732 words)

 CAEPR Discussion Paper 281/2006   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-04)
This paper is an exploration of a youth program in Canada, the Junior Canadian Rangers (JCRs), that addresses a similar crisis in that country.
The Canadian program is of national importance to Canada in the context of not only community stability and capacity development but also border security, marine management in coastal areas and in search and rescue services.
Then, as background for a description of the JCR program, the paper provides a brief comparison of Australia and Canada, outlining a few of the cultural, historical and geographic similarities.
www.anu.edu.au /caepr/Publications/DP/2006_281.html   (259 words)

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