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Canadian Armed Forces to collaborate during Small Boat Exercise
Robert McKenzie
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Canadian Armed Forces to collaborate during Small Boat Exercise

conducted in the Port of Thunder Bay, Amethyst Bay, the Kaministiquia River, and Little Trout Bay.

THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO  ~~~~~~  September 23, 2022  (LSNews)  The Naval Reserve will conduct a multi-organizational Small Boat Exercise led by His Majesty’s Canadian Ship Griffon in the vicinity of Thunder Bay on September 24 - 25, 2022 as part of exercise WAKING GIANT. Over 150 sailors, soldiers, and aviators from throughout the Canadian Armed Forces will participate along with members of the Canadian Coast Guard.

Activities will be conducted in the Port of Thunder Bay, Amethyst Bay, the Kaministiquia River, and Little Trout Bay.

The Small Boat Exercise will not impact road or water access. Members will be respectful of commercial shipping, pleasure craft, local fishing vessels, and other maritime activity. Residents may see additional military personnel, vehicles and equipment in the areas. Pyrotechnic demonstrations will be conducted, and unloaded firearms may be employed by military personnel throughout the exercise.



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