And getting rid of Change of Command Parades is going to fix that?
That being said, there was one summer in Meaford, where the majority of the base lost the weekend to make up for the time that was spent preparing for a change of command parade. Being staff, I was not on the parade, but I did...
Let me guess:
National Sentry Program
Change of Command Parades
Freedom of the City Parade's
Most Public Affairs activities
Iron Warrior and similar activities
I'm concerned that a lot of the things that they are going to start getting rid of, are the only things that actually put the CAF in the public eye, except for you know, people getting accused of sexual misconduct.
It will be interesting to see which activities are actually halted.
I remember the attitudes the other members of my BMQ had about women the day they showed up to BMQ many, many years ago. Let's just say that they weren't positive. New recruits now may be more afraid to say the same things out loud, but I'm sure many of them think the same way.