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February 2018

Distinguished Speakers February 2018

February 21 @ 11:30 - 13:30
Royal Artillery Park Officers’ Mess, 1575 Queen Street
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 2H9 Canada
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"Information is the new oil."  And, as we all know from the news, there's lot going on, a lot of conflict, in the public information domain.  In some respects, it's the front line now. The Royal United Services Institute of Nova Scotia is pleased to host presentations by four Senior Public Affairs Officers (PA): Major James Simiana, National Defence Public Affairs Officer Atlantic; Lieutenant-Commander Jordan Holder, Maritime Forces Atlantic; Lieutenant-Commander Kelly Williamson, 5th Canadian Division; and Major Amber Bineau, Joint…

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March 2018

Distinguished Speaker March 2018

March 14 @ 11:30 - 13:30
Royal Artillery Park Officers’ Mess, 1575 Queen Street
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 2H9 Canada
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Canada Border Services Agency speaker.  Details to be announced.

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April 2018

Distinguished Speaker April 2018

April 18 @ 17:00 - 19:00
RCMP ‘H” Divsion Headquarters, 80 Garland Avenue
Dartmouth, Nova Scotia B3B 0J8 Canada
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RCMP speaker.  This is a by-invitation-only event.  RUSI(NS) members wishing to attend are to email the Institute.  

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May 2018

Distinguished Speaker May 2018

May 30 @ 11:30 - 13:30
Royal Artillery Park Officers’ Mess, 1575 Queen Street
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 2H9 Canada
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The Canadian Armed Forces and others are currently and routinely engaged in training local peoples for defence and security missions.  This is not a new experience, even for Canada - there is history in training others from which insights can be gained and lessons applied today.  Sara Beanlands, senior archaeologist with Boreas Consulting (http://www.boreasheritage.ca/aboutus.html), will speak on "The Training of the Jewish Legion at Fort Edward during the First World War."

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June 2018

Distinguished Speaker June 2018

June 20 @ 11:30 - 13:30

On Sunday, 25 August, 1918, two Curtiss HS-2L flying boats of the United States Navy took off from United States Naval Air Station Halifax (now the site of Shearwater) and circled over the harbour.  This seminal event marked Shearwater as the birthplace of maritime aviation in Canada and introduced a century of service to Canada and Canadians by all those who served there.  On the centenary year of this event, Colonel (retired) John Orr will speak about the history; his…

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