Canada Company Scholarship Fund Receives Donation

The Canada Company Scholarship Fund was given a boost on November 10, 2011 with a donation of $7,500 made by the Canadian Emergency Services Boxing Association (CESBA). The cheque was presented to Peter Hart, Canada Company Managing Director, by CESBA president, Barry Dolan and Toronto Police Constable Joey Hicks at Toronto Police’s 55 Division. The …

Canada Company Donates $15,000 to the Petawawa Family Resource Centre

On Thursday Oct 6, 2011 at CFB Petawawa,·HCol Blake Goldring of Canada Company gave Kim Hetherington, Director of the Petawawa Family Resource Centre a cheque for $15,000. General Peter Devlin and members of Canada Company were on hand for the ceremony. The money will enable the centre to construct an outdoor playground “Jungle Gym” to …

Canada Company Member Tim Hogarth and Pioneer Energy LP Raise $20,000 for Afghanistan Repatriation Memorial at Bay of Quinte

In a 4 week campaign ending Sep 15, 2011 Pioneer Energy collected a total of $6,151.32 in customer donations at its ten (10) sites throughout the Quinte region. At the onset of the campaign, Pioneer had hoped to raise $10,000 in customer donations which combined with Pioneer Energy’s corporate match of $10,000 would have generated …

The 2011 Tour de Force

In September 2011 over 6 days, forty-four riders cycled from Toronto to Montreal, raising net revenue of more than $70,000. The group enjoyed their days cycling followed by once-in-a-lifetime experiences that included dining at Officers’ Messes at military bases across Ontario, Navy search and rescue exercises in RHIB inflatable boats, simulated hands-on weapons firing drills …

$16,000 Raised in support of Tour de Force

On July 30th 2011, the Compuset Foundation annual fundraising dinner which accompanies the Golf Tournament raised $16,000 for Tour de Force and Canada Company. The event featured food from local restaurants and delightful live-music. Kevin Cross, the owner of Compuset, a Montreal-based printer with a generous track-record for fundraising, presented the cheque to BGen Richard …

Canada Company has provided help to the military families served by the Valcartier Family Centre, through the Oasis Club, support groups for children living with deployment

What is the Oasis Club? A group of maximum 12 children between the ages of 3 and 12 that meets each week. These meetings give the children the opportunity to talk about their experiences while their parent is absent because of training, exercises or a mission. What is the impact of these groups? During a …

Operation Pasqua – Easter Season 2011 Delivery of Lindt Chocolates to Military Families

During the Easter season of 2011, Canada Company members of the Ottawa Chapter, Paul Hindo and Chiko Nanji, demonstrated their commitment of “Many Ways to Serve” by organizing a delivery of close to 600 cases of Lindt chocolates to the families of soldiers serving their country overseas. The deliveries took place at CFB Petawawa, Ontario, …