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Revisiting, sharing, or reading about painful experiences can be distressing or emotionally overwhelming, and we encourage you to explore mental health and wellness supports as you navigate this process.

If you or someone you know are in immediate crisis, please call or text 9-8-8 (toll-free, 24/7) or visit

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Serving Members:

You may call Member’s Assistance Service at 1-800-268-7708

You may also consider informing your chain of command of any incident of racial harassment/and or racial discrimination. This will trigger additional support and protection. The chain of command is responsible for ensuring the wellbeing of their subordinates and for responding promptly and decisively to all incidents of racial harassment and/or racial discrimination. They can provide support and guidance on how to proceed.

If you have concerns about the chain of command, you can bring your complaint to someone you trust outside of your direct chain of command, or to a Chaplain. You may reach out to your Health Services Unit, Primary Care Clinician or Sick Parade.

Inappropriate behaviour can also be reported through the Conflict Complaint and Management Services. This is a system which combines the harassment, grievance and alternative dispute resolution systems in a streamlined fashion, and is accessible online, at Conflict Solutions and Services: Contact us for help -

You may also consider reporting serious incidents to the Military Police or local police service.

Retired members:

Former members can visit Veterans Assistance Service or call 1-800-268-7708 even if you are not registered with VAC.

Canadian Armed Forces Racism Class Action

Recours collectif sur le racisme dans les Forces armées canadiennes