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Todos los jueves a las 7:30 pm y Domingo a las 10 am, se lleva palabra de vida para tu vida. trae tu peticion queremos orar por ti; todos los miercoles oraremos por tu peticiones. siguenos en facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cdresotracosa/ y estes al tanto de todas las actividades de la casa. Bendiciones!
 
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Cybersecurity experts Al Dillon and Marc Watters recently joined CDR’s Ottawa Bureau Chief, James Careless, on the CDR Radio podcast. What state is Canada’s cyber security actually in? What actual threats is this country and our NATO allies facing from Russia and other hostile players? What is done to confront those threats, and what still needs to…
 
As part of CDR’s on-going series of interviews with military commanders, we asked Senior Staff Writer, Joetey Attariwala, to sit down with Rear-Admiral Brian Santarpia, Commander of Maritime Forces Atlantic and JTF-Atlantic. This episode of CDR Radio is sponsored by Davie Shipbuilding, proudly delivering world-class specialized ships to the Canadia…
 
KF Aerospace’s Chief Operating Officer, Gregg Evjen, and its Vice President of Defence Programs, Ralph Wegner, recently joined CDR’s Ottawa Bureau Chief, James Careless, on the CDR Radio podcast. They spoke about the impact of COVID-19 on the company, its role in Boeing’s bid for the Canadian Multi-Mission Aircraft procurement, what KF Aerospace ha…
 
CADSI President and CEO, Christyn Cianfarani, recently joined CDR’s Ottawa Bureau Chief, James Careless, to preview CANSEC 2022 on the CDR Radio podcast. Their discussion covered CANSEC 2022's extensive COVID-19 protective measures, the impact of increased federal defence spending, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and the future of CADSI and Canada’s …
 
CDR recently sent Ottawa Bureau Chief, James Careless, to interview Canada’s newly appointed Minister of National Defence, Anita Anand, for the CDR Radio Podcast. Reforming the CAF’s culture in the wake of sexual misconduct scandals, responding to Russian aggression against Ukraine, managing major procurements like FFCP and CSC, and exploring poten…
 
For CDR’s annual report on Canada’s Army we interviewed the acting Commander of the Canadian Army, MGen Michel-Henri St-Louis. A portion of this conversation can be heard here on the CDR Radio Podcast with the full interview available in the upcoming issue of CDR.
 
CDR’s Aviation Editor, Joetey Attariwala, recently interviewed executives from SkyAlyne, a joint venture organization formed by two Canadian aerospace companies — CAE and KF Aerospace. Together, through SkyAlyne, these two Canadian companies hope to continue their important work by winning the contract for Canada’s Future Aircrew Training (FAcT) pr…
 
For CDR’s on-going series of podcasts, we asked Ottawa Bureau Chief, James Careless, to interview Bluedrop’s EVP of Technology and Simulation, Jean-Claude Siew, about his company’s success in the military helicopter simulation market, how Bluedrop has kept afloat during COVID-19, and why he hopes Bluedrop’s staff can return to the office, as long a…
 
On this episode of the CDR Radio Podcast, James Careless, CDR’s Ottawa Bureau Chief, talked to Chris Pogue. On November 23, 2020, Chris Pogue took over as Managing Director and Vice President of Thales Defence and Security Canada. In his new role, Chris Pogue is leading more than 250 Thales Canada workers nationwide. He is now responsible for the c…
 
As part of CDR’s on-going series of interviews with military commanders, we asked Senior Staff Writer, Joetey Attariwala, to sit down with the Commander of the Royal Canadian Navy. This episode of CDR Radio is sponsored by Davie Shipbuilding, proudly delivering world-class specialized ships to the Canadian Navy and Coast Guard under the National Sh…
 
As part of CDR’s on-going series of interviews with military commanders, we asked Senior Staff writer, Joetey Attariwala, to sit down with Lieutenant-General (Ret’d) Yvan Blondin. Blondin was a fighter pilot with the Canadian Air Force and had the distinction of being the Commander of the RCAF from 2012 until his retirement in 2015. It was a wide-r…
 
On this episode of the CDR Radio podcast, we talk to Christyn Cianfarani, President & CEO of the Canadian Association of Defence & Security Industries - CADSI. As you might expect, the conversation covered the upcoming CANADIAN DEFENCE MARKETPLACE. Canadian Defence Marketplace is a premier business development platform that allows you to connect wi…
 
CDR’s Ottawa Bureau Chief, James Careless, recently sat down – virtually – with the Minister of National Defence for the CDR Radio Podcast. As you might expect, the conversation naturally covered the distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine, pushing ahead with defence procurements such as CSC and FFCP, and keeping DND running, despite a global pandemic…
 
As part of CDR’s on-going series of interviews with military commanders, we asked Ottawa Bureau Chief, James Careless, to sit down with the Commander of the Canadian Army. This episode of CDR Radio is sponsored by General Dynamics Mission Systems - Canada. A proud partner to the Canadian Army for decades, General Dynamics is developing and deliveri…
 
As part of CDR’s on-going series of interviews with military commanders, we asked Senior Staff Writer, Joetey Attariwala, to sit down with the Commander of the Royal Canadian Navy. This episode of CDR Radio is sponsored by Seaspan Shipyards, proud strategic partner under the National Shipbuilding Strategy, delivering the next generation of non-comb…
 
The onset of COVID-19 has not stopped CarteNav Solutions from supporting the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) and other military clients around the world. CDR's James Careless recently spoke with company COO Carl Daniels to learn how CarteNav Solutions is making this happen, how it is boosting maritime situational awareness via ship-based Remotely Pilot…
 
When it comes to Canadian defence procurement, Alan Williams is a bonafide expert. During 33 years with the federal government, he spent five years as Assistant Deputy Minister, Supply Operations Service in Public Works and Government Services Canada. In this episode he tells us why the Canadian procurement process is broken, especially with regard…
 
Traditionally women have been known as the homemaker and caretaker, and to others it seems that she has lost her place; while to her, she is still trying to get others to accept her position and make room for her to serve! Tune in while we investigate where a woman really belong🤷🏽‍♀️--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cdruilhetgmailcom/m…
 
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