Base and Unit Newspapers
During the Second World War, a Signalman was someone who decoded and transmitted messages using flags and/or morse code. This magazine was published by the Canadian Signal Training Centre. It includes regional stories, accounts from Vimy Ridge, as well as articles on major contemporary events like the Crimea Conference.
The Manitoba Veteran was published by the Great War Veteran Association following the First World War. It mostly covered political and military news in Manitoba, but occasionally touched on national and global stories.
The Canadian Army Medical Corps and British Expeditionary Force published the CCS Review from the casualty clearing stations close to the frontlines. These stations were to assess and treat wounded soldiers from the front, those of able body were returned their units, others were sent to a field hospital.
Control Calling was a newsletter printed at the R.A.F. Woolsington Airfield and Base near Newcastle Upon Tyne in England. This station welcomed many Allied soldiers as part of training exchange programs during the Second World War, hosting too several Canadian R.C.A.F. servicemen.
At Camp Borden, the Canadian Armoured Corps had its own magazine and newsletter, The Tank, whose articles covered personal experiences, impressions of individuals serving overseas (including the experiences of an Indian Army officer), creative writing, and news from different units.