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Canadian Rangers complete OPP search and rescue course

A group of 14 Canadian Rangers from several remote First Nations from across the Far North of Ontario have completed a specially designed Ontario Provincial Police ground search and rescue operator’s course.

Canadian Rangers impress royal visitor to KI

Canadian Rangers and Junior Canadian Rangers played a leading role in helping to organize and support an overnight visit by Sophie, the Countess of Wessex, to Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug.

Rangers use Cree, Oji-Cree languages in mock battle

A small group of Canadian Rangers won praise for speaking in their native Cree and Oji-Cree languages to add a sense of realism to a major military training exercise in the Niagara Region.

Emphasis on safety rated as a success at Camp Loon

Camp Loon 2014 was “a very successful camp this year,” according to Capt. Caryl Fletcher, the army officer commanding the Junior Canadian Rangers in the Far North of Ontario.

Killed bear becomes part of training for Junior Canadian Rangers

A dangerous bear that had to be shot at Camp Loon, an advanced training camp for Junior Canadian Rangers in the bush north of Geraldton, became part of the training for Junior Rangers who wanted to participate in it.

Mishkeegogamang are best Junior Rangers in Ontario

The Junior Canadian Ranger patrol in Mishkeegogamang has won the annual award for the best Junior Ranger patrol in Ontario.

Rangers sign unique agreement to support police searches

The Canadian Forces have signed a unique memorandum of understanding with the Ontario Provincial Police to have Canadian Rangers provide formal support in ground search and rescue operations in northern Ontario.

Chief praises police, rangers and volunteers for search efforts

Chief Clifford Bull of Lac Seul First Nation says he was greatly impressed by the determined efforts of the large number of searchers who tried to save the life of a lost 47-year-old community member...

Fort Severn Rangers rescue stranded winter road passengers

The driver and two passengers of a pickup truck were rescued by Canadian Rangers after being stranded in deep snow for more than 20 hours on a closed section of winter road.

Canadian Rangers rescue one of their own

With the rescue of one of their own, Canadian Rangers in Peawanuck have completed their third successful search and rescue mission of the year.

Junior ranger patrol opens in North Caribou Lake

Parents, relatives, friends and community members filled the Sena School gymnasium in North Caribou Lake for a ceremony marking the opening of the community’s new Junior Canadian Ranger patrol.

Stranded Peawanuck man thought rescuers might be wolves

Shawn Beauvais was stranded in the middle of the night in a windchill of about –40C, only 11 kilometres from his home in Peawanuck.

Canadian Rangers make big impression on army colonel

Canadian Rangers from seven First Nation communities made a big impression on an army colonel during a four-day visit to northern Ontario.