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Bruce Forsyth served in the Royal Canadian Navy Reserve from 1987-2000, with two years on full-time Reserve Force Status, as a Naval Signalman and Military Policeman. He served with units in Toronto, Hamilton & Windsor and worked or trained at HMCS Naden (Esquimalt), HMCS Stadacona (Halifax), Camp Petawawa, Camp Barrifield (Kingston), RCAF Station Downsview, Camp Borden, Burwash Training Area and Camp Meaford.

In civilian life, Bruce served as a police officer, and briefly a federal corrections officer, from 1996-2017.

Bruce is a published writer, with numerous articles that have appeared in newspapers and magazines across Canada, along with an entry in “ON WINDSWEPT HEIGHTS II:  Historical Highlights of the Royal Canadian Air Force – 2015 Edition” (The Golden Years 1950-1964, page 55).

Bruce is passionate about the Canadian military and preserving the histories of Canadian military bases across Canada and around the world. 

He also writes about and advocates for the better understanding of PTSD and other mental health issues, as it relates to police and military members, along with political commentary and “Interesting things from my travels.”

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