5th Canadian Division - Atlantic Canada
5th Canadian Division Patch
An Operation HONOUR Video
Brigadier-General Carl Turenne, Commander, 5th Canadian Division has ordered the production of this video in support of Operation HONOUR.
The purpose of this video is to assist the 5th Canadian Division team eliminate harmful and inappropriate sexual behavior.
This video consists of a frank and open discussion of the ongoing importance of Operation HONOUR led by the 5th Canadian Division Command Team.
Who we are
5th Canadian Division (5 Cdn Div) is one of the six major formations that report to Army Headquarters in Ottawa.
5 Cdn Div is comprised of both Regular Force and Primary Reserve units in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland & Labrador. It is responsible for Canadian Army operations and activities throughout Atlantic Canada.
Formations and Units
In addition to three formations, 5 Cdn Div has a total of four Regular and 22 Reserve units, one combined Regular and Reserve Force unit, and five bands, situated in 30 separate communities throughout Atlantic Canada.
The current area strength is approximately 7000 personnel, comprising about
- 2400 Regular Force members,
- 3100 Reserve Force members,
- 700 Canadian Rangers, and
- 700 civilian personnel.
5th Canadian Division
PO Box 99000 Stn Forces
Halifax, NS B3K 5X5
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