Canada. National Defence

Site: Kingston - The Armories

Service: 4th Canadian Division - 33 Canadian Brigade Group - Princess of Wales Own Regiment

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Contact Information
Office Phone 613-541-5010 ext 5880 or 5871
Fax 613-542-3894
Primary Contact Sergeant Dan Jacques, Recruiter; Phone: 613-541-5010 ext 2882 * 613-541-5010 ext 5880
Primary Executive LCol J.J. Parkinson, Commanding Officer
Address & Map
The Armories
100 Montreal St
Kingston, ON K7K 3E8
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Physical Access Fully Accessible
Description & Services
Description (Service) Members are known as citizen soldiers * they have regular civilian lives but are also part-time members of the Canadian Primary Reserve Forces and are paid for their time
Hours Mon-Fri 8 am-4 pm * Tue, Thu 7 pm-10 pm, Sep-May 
Mon-Fri 9 am-3 pm, Jun-Aug
Areas Served Canada
Boundaries Canada
Eligibility Ages: 16 year(s) - 60 year(s) 
Canadian citizens over 16 years (with parental consent) with a minimum Grade 10 education and 60 years and under, who have their own Social Insurance Number * permanent residents (landed immigrants) may be considered for employment * all applicants must meet the requirements
Application Apply in person at recruiting office * phone for an appointment 613-541-5010 ext 2882
Languages English ; French
Fees None
Bus Route Notes Kingston Transit Trip Planner
Other Details
Legal Status (40) Federal Government
Funding Federal
Print Material Brochures * quarterly newsletter
Date Updated 07 Oct 2016
Service Categories Military Bases/Forts ; Military Recruitment Programs

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