The Canadian Army is training this weekend at a quarry in Puslinch, Ont.
In a statement, a spokesperson said soldiers would be in the McLean Road area conducting various exercises, including the deployment of a C3 howitzer and patrolling the area.
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“The exercise will take place in a private quarry and will be conducted with the cooperation of local authorities in officially approved locations,” said Lt. Andrew McLaughlin.
“All activity will take place throughout the day and night of Saturday and Sunday. Members of the public can see military vehicles and armed personnel participating in the exercise, with unloaded weapons. No ammunition firing will take place.
He added that the exercise helps prepare members of the Canadian Army Reserve to operate in the basic capabilities of soldiers and artillery.
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All soldiers will follow measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19, including wearing masks.
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The army added that all measures are taken to ensure a minimum of inconvenience to those in the area, but that some areas may be inaccessible.
Anyone in the area is urged to exercise extra caution when approaching military vehicles.
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