Army PaYS provides America's youth with an opportunity to serve their country while they prepare for their future. The intent of the PaYS Program is to provide an additional recruiting incentive to increase the Army's ability to man the force.
RecruitMilitary is the largest military-focused recruiting company in the U.S.
Lord Strathcona's Horse (Royal Canadians) Regimental Society is Canada's earliest cavalry regiments that has a force armoured unit based out of Edmonton, Alberta. They provide assistance and services to military families in need.
Treble Victor is an ex-military networking group. Treble Victor assists in providing resources to support the transition of military leaders to civilian careers.
Canada Company is a federally-incorporated not-for-profit corporation who develops and supports initiatives that support our men and women who serve our country.
Forces@Work is an Employment Placement Service offered through
Prospect Human Services that provides a complete range of services designed to aid a smooth transition from military to civilian employment.
CP's history with the military dates back to its creation. CP's President and driver of the last spike, Donald Smith (aka Lord Strathcona Mount Royal) personally financed over 500 officers and soldiers to deploy to South Africa to fight with the British in the Boer war. This band of men is now what known as the Lord Strathcona's Horse Regiment.
CP's efforts continued into WWI where out of the 11,340 CP employees who enlisted, two received the coveted Victoria Cross and 385 others were decorated for valor and distinguished service. When the fighting was over 7,573 ex-CP employees were re-employed and an additional 13,112 veterans were employed.
During WWII people, resources, ingenuity and expertise were needed once again at home and overseas. CP reorganized its entire shop system for the war. Angus Shops in Montreal was turned into a facility for building Valentine tanks and munitions. Calgary's Ogden Shops were dedicated to naval guns and Winnipeg's Weston Shops became the main locomotive shops for the system. In total, 21,787 CP employees enlisted in WWII, with 658 sacrificing their lives.
Today, CP participates in Canadian troop movements and field exercises, shipping army vehicles and equipment by rail to remote training grounds or in preparation for shipment overseas.
Learn more about our impressive history with the military here: