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DND ORDERS, DIRECTIVES, REGULATIONS, INSTRUCTIONS, & WEBSITES

Websites, Manuals, and Links

|1 Cdn Air Div Orders |
|Air Command Orders |
|Access to Information Act |
|Alternative Dispute Resolution |
|Assisting Officer Guide |
|Canadian Forces Housing Agency |
|CANAIRGENs |
|CANFORGENs |
|Casualty Admin Manual |
|CBIs |
|CDIOs |
|CFAOs |
|CFOOs |
|CF Dress Regulations |
|CF Leave Manual |
|CFPAS |
|CF TD Travel Instruction (CFTDTI) |
|DAOD |
|DCBA |
|DGCB |
|DGCFGA |
|DGMC |
|DHRIM Home Page |
|Directorate of Honours and Recognition |
|The DND Centre |
|DND FORMS Catalogue |
|DND Learn |
|Financial Accounting Manual |
|Guide for Accused and Assisting Officers |
|General Safety Program |
|Harassment Handbook |
|History and Heritage |
|HRIC |
|Illicit Drug Involvement Aide Memoire |
|IRPP Home Page |
|The Joint Personnel Support Unit |
|Judge Advocate General |
|The Maple Leaf |
|Military Family Resource Centre Phonebook |
|Military HR Records Procedures |
|Military Justice at the Summary Trial Level |
|National Portal |
|QR&Os |
|Release Website |
|SISIP |
|Veterans Affairs Canada |

Administrative Action

|Alcohol Misuse |DAOD 5019-7 |
|CF Drug Control Program |DAOD 5019-3 |
|Conduct and Performance Deficiencies |DAOD 5019-0 |
|Failure to Settle Private Debts |CFAO 19-4 |
|Harassment Prevention and Resolution Guidelines |DAOD 5012 |
|Personal relationships & Fraternization |DAOD 5019-1 |
|Racist Conduct |CFAO 19-43 |
|Remedial Measures |DAOD 5019-4 |
|Remedial Measures |CANFORGEN 126/07 |
|Sexual Misconduct |DAOD 5019-5 |

Administrative Review

|Admin Review |DAOD 5019-2 |
|Alcohol Misuse |DAOD 5019-7 |
|CF Drug Control Program |DAOD 5019-3 |
|Conduct and Performance Deficiencies |DAOD 5019-0 |
|Family Violence |DAOD 5044-4 |
|Illicit Drug Involvement Aide Mémoire | Aide Memoire |
|Issue and Crisis Management |DAOD 2008-3 |
|Harassment |DAOD 5012-0 |
|Racist Conduct |CFAO 19-43 |
|Remedial Measures |DAOD 5019-4 |
|Sexual Misconduct |DAOD 5019-5 |
|Testing for Cause |QR&O 20.11 |

Assisting Officers Committees of Adjustments

|Boards of Inquiry |DAOD 7002-1 |
|Boards of Inquiry and Summary Investigations |DAOD 7002-0 |
|Death Certificates and Registration of Death |QR&O 26.20 |
|Examination of Witnesses |DAOD 7002-4 |
|Funerals, Burials and Graves Registration |CFAO 24-5 |
|Investigative Matters and References |DAOD 7002-3 |
|Service Estate and Personal Belongings |DAOD 7011-1 |
|Service Estate and Personal Belongings |DAOD 7011-0 |
|Summary Investigations |DAOD 7002-2 |

Casualty Administration and Death

|Admin of Pay and Allowances of Members Deceased or Presumed Dead |CFAO 203-5 |
|Burial or Scattering of ashes at Sea |CBI 210.245 |
|Cremation |CBI 210.24 |
|Estate Policies |DAOD 7011-1 |
|Arrangements made by Persons Entitled to Custody of Remains |CBI 210.26 |
|Funerals and Burials outside of Canada |CBI 210.25 |
|Funerals, Burials and Graves Registration |CFAO 24-5 |
|General Funeral Expenses in Canada |CBI 210.21 |
|Injured Members and Military Casualties |DAOD 5018-0 |
|Investigation of Injuries or Death |CFAO 24-6 |
|Issue and Crisis Management |DAOD 2008-3 |
|Notification of Family Death/Illness |DAOD 5044-2 |
|Personnel Deceased or Presumed Dead |CBI 203.11 |
|Personnel Emergency Notification |CFAO 26-18 |
|Provisions of Headstones or Memorials |CBI 210.27 |
|Report on Injuries |DAOD 5018-2 |
|Reports of Unusual Incidents |QR&O 4.11 |
|Reporting and Administration |CFAO 24-1 |
|Special Funeral Expenses |CBI 210.22 |
|Terminal Benefits |DPSP |
|Transportation of Dependents to place of Burial |CBI 210.225 |

Civilian Court Proceedings

|Action Following Conviction by Civil Authorities |QR&O 19.62 |
|Attendance as a Witness in Civil Court |QR&O 19.55 |
|Attending Officers |QR&O 19.57 |
|Attending Officer Duties prior to trial |QR&O 19.59 |
|Attending Officer Duties during trial |QR&O 19.60 |
|Certificate of Conviction |QR&O 19.61 |
|Conduct Sheets |DAOD 7006 |
|Fines Imposed by Civilian Tribunal |QR&O 208.21 |
|Fines Payment |CFAO 208-4 |
|Offenders Released on Bail |QR&O 19.54 |
|Operation of Civil Law |QR&O 19.51 |
|Pardons |DAOD 7016 |
|Payment of Fines and Costs |QR&O 19.58 |
|Report of Arrest by Civil Power |QR&O 19.56 |
|Search of Ships or Aircraft by Customs Officers |QR&O 19.52 |

Commissioning Plans

|Commissioning from the Ranks |CFAO 11-9 |
|Special Requirements Commissioning Plan |CFAO 11-14 |
|University Training Program Non-Commissioned Members |CFAO 9-13 |
|Special Commissioning Plan |CFAO 9-70 |

Compassionate/Contingency

|Compassionate Status, Compassionate Postings and Contingency Cost Moves for Personal |DAOD 5003-6 |
|Reasons | |
|Compassionate Leave |QR&O 16.17 |
|Compassionate Travel Assistance |CBI 209.51 |
|Compassionate Travel Assistance Announcement |CANFORGEN 073/00 |
|Family Care Assistance |CBI 209.335 |

Compulsory Pay Allotments/Family SUP/Garnishments

|Change and Stoppage of Pay Allotments |QR&O 207.04 |
|Compulsory Payments -General Provisions |QR&O 207.02 |
|Financial Support Orders |QR&O 207.03 |
|Garnishee Summons - Judgement Debts |QR&O 207.031 |
|General Conditions |QR&O 207.01 |
|Pay Allotments and Compulsory Allotments |QR&O Chap 207 |
|Procedures for Compulsory Payments of Pay and Allowances |FAM - CHAPTER 108 |

Elections

|Deputy Returning Officer’s Manual |Manual |
|Disclosure of Information or Opinion |QR&O 19.36 |
|Estates and Elections |JAG Website |
|Election Information |JAG Website |
|Elections Canada Website |EC Website |
|Federal, Provincial, and Territorial Elections |CFAO 99-09 |
|Federal, Provincial, and Territorial Electoral Events |Manual |
|Liaison Officer Briefing |PPT Brief |
|Permission to Communicate Information |QR&O 19.37 |
|Political Activities and Candidature for Office |QR&O 19.44 |
|Setting Up a Central Polling Station |Diagram |
|Statement of Ordinary Residence |CANFORGEN 160/07 |

Ethics

|Acceptance of Gifts, Hospitality and Other Benefits |DAOD 7021-3 |
|Acceptance of Gifts, Hospitality and Other Benefits |CANFORGEN 077/01 |
|Conflict of Interest |DAOD 7021-1 |
|Conflict of Interest Post Employment |DAOD 7021-0 |
|Defence Ethics |DAOD 7023 |

Grievances

|Canadian Forces Grievance Authority (Registry) |CANFORGEN 092/06 |
|Civilian Grievances |DAOD 5026-0 |
|Grievances |QR&O Chap 7 |
|Grievance Authority |DGCFGA |
|Office of the Ombudsman |DAOD 5047-1 |
|Redress of Grievances |CFAO 19-32 |
|Referral to Grievance Board |QR&O 7.12 |
|Suspension of a Grievance |QR&O 7.16 |
|Transitional Provisions |QR&O 7.18 |

Harassment

|Harassment Prevention and Resolution Guidelines |DAOD 5012 |
|Help Line for Harassment and Sexual Assault |DND/CF Help Line |
|Human Right Discrimination |CFAO 19-40 |
|Racist Conduct |CFAO 19-43 |
|Sexual Misconduct |DAOD 5019-5 |

Honours and Awards

|General Campaign Star and General Campaign Medal |CANFORGEN 092/04 |
|Honours |QR&O Chap 18 |
|Honours and Awards |CANFORGEN 071/01 |
|ISAF & FIAS to General Campaign Star and Medal |CANFORGEN 094/04 |
|Service Bar to General Campaign Star and Medal |CANFORGEN 093/04 |

Imposed Restriction and Separation Expense

|IR Amendment Canforgen |CANFORGEN 032/11 |
|Separation Expense Cost Entitlements (Meals & Accommodations) |CBI 209.997 |
|Separation Expense Single Persons Entitlement |SE on ATT POST |

Leave

|CF Leave Policy Manual |Manual |
|Civilian Leave (St.Jean Baptiste & Canada Day) |CANFORGEN 080/04 |
|Compassionate Leave |QR&O 16.17 |
|Leave |QR&O Chapter 16 |
|Leave |CANFORGEN 035/04 |
|Leave Travel Assistance |CBI 209.50 |
|Transportation on Leave |CBI 209.50 |

Maternity and Parental

|Maternity and Parental Allowances |CBI 205.461 |
|Maternity and Parental Benefits |DAOD 5001-2 |
|Maternity Leave |DAOD 5003-5 |
|Maternity Leave |QR&O 16.26 |
|Parental Leave |QR&O 16.27 |

Occupational Transfers

|NCMs |CFAO 11-12 |
|Officers |CFAO 10-1 |

Overseas Deployment and Postings

|Assign to/fm Posts Outside Canada |CFAO 20-50 |
|Dependants Medical Screening |CFAO 34-28 |
|Deployment Support Group |DAOD 5044-3 |
|Medical Fitness for Duty Outside Canada |CFAO 34-14 |
|Screening for Deployments |CANFORGEN 118/05 |

Pay and Allowances

|Acting Rank |QR&O 3.05 |
|Allowances for Officers and NCMs |CBI 205 |
|Change and Stoppage of Pay Allotments |QR&O 207.04 |
|Directorate Pay Policy Development |DPPD Website |
|Incentive Pay |CBI 204.015 |
|New Acting Pay/Rank Policy |CANFORGEN 60/00 |
|Pay Accounting Administration |FAM Chapter 94 |
|Pay Accounting Records, Doc, Vouchers |FAM Chapter 97 |
|Pay Allotments |FAM Chapter 100 |
|Pay of Officers and NCMs |CBI 204 |
|Procedures for Compulsory Payments and Pay Allowances |FAM Chapter 108 |
|Recruiting Allowances for Under Strength Occupations |CANFORGEN 118/01 |
|Restructuring of Specialist Pay Occupations |CANFORGEN 111/04 |
|Special Commuting Allowance |CBI 209.13 |
|Special Commuting Allowance |CBI 209.25 |
|Transportation and Travelling Expenses |CBI 209 |
|Tax Exempt for High & Moderate Risk Missions |CANFORGEN 107/04 |

Personal Relationships

|Personal Relationships |DAOD 5019-1 |

Physical Fitness

|CDS Direction for Physical Fitness 2007 |CANFORGEN 002/07 |
|Physical Fitness Program |DAOD 5023-2 |
|Universality of Service |DAOD 5023-0 |

Postings

|Amending COS Date |MHRRP Chap 7, Annex A, App 4 |
|Attach Postings |MHRRP Chap 7, Annex C |
|Change Of Strength Date |MHRRP Chap 7, Annex A, App 4 |
|Departure Date |MHRRP Chap 7, Annex A, App 4 |
|Military Manning Overhead |MHRRP Chap 7, Annex A, App 5 |
|Removal Benefits |CFAO 209-28 |
|Reporting Date |MHRRP Chap 7, Annex A, App 4 |

Promotions

|CF Effective Promotion Date Policy |CANFORGEN 073/06 |
|Commissioning and Promotion Policy of Regular Force Officers |CFAO 11-6 |
|Promotion Criteria of Regular Force Officers |CANFORGEN 115/03 |
|Promotion Refusal |CANFORGEN 016/00 |
|Promotion, Reversion and Compulsory Remustering |QR&O Chap 11 |
|Promotion, Reversion and Compulsory Remustering |CFAO 49-4 Annex F |
|Regular Force General Service Officers |CFAO 49-9 |

Releases

|Accumulated Leave |QR&O 16.15 |
|Annual Leave |QR&O 16.14 |
|Definition of Veteran |CANFORGEN 047/01 |
|Dental Coverage on Release |PDSP |
|Depart with Dignity Program |CANFORGEN 122/04 |
|Early Voluntary Release Policy |CANFORGEN 080/01 |
|Gratuities for Officers Serving on a Fixed Period of Service |CBI 206 |
|Important Changes for the CF VAC Pensioners |CANFORGEN 121/01 |
|IPR Prior to Release |CFAO 209-30 |
|Leave |DAOD 5060-0 |
|Personnel Eligible for Release on Medical Grounds |CFAO 15-1 |
|Obligatory Service |DAOD 5049-1 |
|Obligatory Service |CANFORGEN 41/98 |
|Obligatory Service |QR&O 15.07 |
|OCdts |CFAO 9-26 |
|Pregnancy |DAOD 5003-5 |
|Regular Force NCMs |CFAO 6-2 |
|Regular Force NCMs |CFAO 15-2 |
|Regular Force NCMs |CFAO 15-4 |
|Regular Force Officers |CFAO 15-2 |
|Regular Force Officers |CFAO 15-3 |
|Release |QR&O Chap 15 |
|Release Policy First 3 Years |CANFORGEN 022-03 |
|Relocation Benefits on Release |DGCB |
|SCAN |DAOD 5031-4 |
|Severance Pay |CBI 204.40 |
|Severance Pay/Rehabilitation Leave |CFAO 204-10 |
|Sexual Misconduct |DAOD 5019-5 |
|Terminal Benefits, Pensions, Annuities, Deferred Payments |DPSP |

Service Personnel Holding List (SPHL)

|SPHL |CANFORGEN 100/00 |
|SPHL/Depart With Dignity |CANFORGEN 167/09 |
|Vocational Rehabilitation |CANFORGEN 087/99 |

Summary Investigations and Boards of Inquiry

|Claims by or against the Crown |DAOD 7004 |
|Fire Reporting and Investigation |DAOD 4007 |
|Security and MP Services |CFAO 22-4 |
|Summary Investigation and Board of Inquiry |QR&O Chap 21 |
|Summary Investigation and Board of Inquiry |DAOD 7002 |
|Terms of Reference | |QR&O 21.09 |

Summary Trials

|Admin Action Where Courts Martial is Completed |QR&O 112.81 |
|Admin Action Where Summary Trial is Completed |QR&O 108.42 |
|Application for Referral Authority for Disposal of a Charge |QR&O Chap 109 |
|Assistance to the Accused |QR&O 108.14 |
|Conduct Sheets |DAOD 7006 |
|Duties and Functions of the Director of Defence Counsel Services |QR&O 101.20 |
|Military Administrative Law Manual |Manual |
|Military Justice at the Summary Trial Level |Manual |
|Punishment of Detention or Reduction in Rank is Imposed |QR&O 108.44 |
|Payment of Fines |CFAO 208-4 |
|Preparation, Laying and Referral of Charges |QR&O Chap 107 |
|Powers of Punishment for COs |QR&O 108.24 |
|Powers of Punishment for Delegated Officers |QR&O 108.25 |
|Provision of Information to the Accused |QR&O 108.15 |
|Review of Findings and Punishments |QR&O Chap 116 |
|Review of Findings or Punishment of Summary Trials |QR&O 108.45 |

Terms of Service

|Career Policies for Regular Force NCMs |CFAO 49-4 |
|Career Policies for Regular Force Officers |CFAO 49-9 |
|Enrolment and Re-Engagement |QR&O Chap 6 |
|Extension of Class C Pers Injury or Illness |CANFORGEN 174/07 |
|Obligatory Service |DAOD 5049-1 |
|Terms of Service Offers Procedural Update |DGMC 019/Apr 00 |
|TOS for Regular Force NCMs |CFAO 6-2 |

Welfare and Assistance Programs

|Allotment and Allocation of Quarters |QR&O Chap 28 |
|Compassionate Leave |QR&O 16.17 |
|Compassionate Travel Assistance Announcement |CANFORGEN 073/00 |
|CF Accidental Dismemberment Insurance |CANFORGEN 113/04 |
|Failure to Settle Private Debts |CFAO 19-4 |
|Family Care Assistance |CBI 209.335 |
|Leave |QR&O Chap 16 |
|Leave Travel Assistance |CBI 209.50 |
|Leave Travel Assistance |CBI 209.50 |
|Modification to CF Leave Policy |CANFORGEN 037/01 |
|Post Living Differential 2004 Table |CANFORGEN 101/04 |
|PLD Geographical Boundaries |DCBA PLD Geographical Boundaries |
|Statutory Holidays |DAOD 5060-0 |
|SISIP Long Term Disability Benefits |CANFORGEN 088/04 |
|Transportation and Travelling Expenses |CBI 209 |

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