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Welcome To Canada Company

Canada Company is a charitable, non-partisan organization that serves to build the bridge between business and community leaders and the Canadian Military. Our goal is to ensure that the men and women in our Canadian Armed Forces receive the widest support, care and recognition that they deserve.

Canada Company Updates

Canada Company members launch Corporate Poppy on Trans-Canada Highway

Canada Company members launch Corporate Poppy on Trans-Canada Highway

Members of Canada Company have launched a campaign to have Corporate Canada display the Canadian Legion’s Poppy Trade Mark banners on their buildings just as citizens wear the poppy on their lapels. This initiative began in Quebec by Chapter President Steve Gregory and members Doug Bellevue and Maj Richard Gratton along the Trans-Canada highway and there are now over 40 banners unfurled in support of our military and our veterans. Read the Press Release here. To learn how your company can participate by displaying a banner call email Steve Gregory at steve@isaix.com

Operation Yellow Ribbon Gala

Operation Yellow Ribbon Gala

Thursday, November 6 , 2014, the City of Hamilton hosted a gala dinner in honour of our military and their families. The proceeds from the Gala will support the Canada Company Military Employment Transition program (MET)and the 13th (XIII) Regiment Foundation of the Royal Hamilton Light Infantry (RHLI) to honor Canadian Armed Forces members and their families, to support and also preserve and maintain the heritage and traditions of the regimental family to which they belong.

Honorary Colonel Blake Goldring - 2014 Vimy Award Winner

Honorary Colonel Blake Goldring - 2014 Vimy Award Winner

The CDA Institute is pleased to announce that Honorary Colonel Blake Goldring has been unanimously selected as the recipient of the Vimy Award for 2014. The award was presented on Friday, 7 November 2014 at the Vimy Award Gala Reception and Dinner in the Canadian War Museum, Ottawa. He dedicated the award to WO Patrice Vincent (whose family was in attendance) and Cpl Nathan Cirillo (represented by members of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders)