What we know about the new high-tech home of the Canadian Forces

It’s the new home for Canada’s most elite forces.

The new facility is located in the town of Châteauguay, near the border with the United States.

The home, located in a forested area about 100 kilometres north of Quebec City, is the brainchild of a private group that has hired architects, designers and contractors to design, build and oversee the complex.

Châtes du Nord is part of a larger military-industrial complex that includes the CFB Trenton and the Canadian Special Operations Forces.

“We’re very much looking forward to the new life of the Châts du Nord in Châtres-du-Nord, as we work with the contractors and builders,” said Brig.-Gen. Michael DeBruyne, the head of the Special Operations forces.

“It will provide a secure, secure environment for our troops.”

Châtel-de-Ville-de‐Lacombe is a town near the Champs-Elysees, a major tourist attraction in Paris.

The French capital has long had an international airport, but the new Châs-du‐Nord facility is one of only two in North America, along with the Chateauguays in Quebec.

“This is the biggest project we’ve ever undertaken in the world,” said Châtell-de Ville-De-Lacompes-de La Motte, which includes the Chasse-de–Lacomet, Châlons-du–Nord and Châttes-du Nord sections.

“Châteaux-du‑Nord is a very special area.

It’s a strategic place.

It is also a military zone.”

The construction is expected to begin in January and will be completed by March 2019.

“For the future, we need a modern, modern facility, a facility where we can live up to the high standards set for the Canadian military,” said DeBüne.

“So it’s a good opportunity for us to be a world leader in this technology.”

A rendering shows the new headquarters.

A rendering of the new military base.

The construction site, the Chatel-de Lacs region, has a population of 2,000.

Chateaux-de la Motte is part to the Chôteaux du Nord Regional District, which covers the area around Châlas-du–Nord.

“The Châles-du region is very important to the CFDT [Canadian Forces] because of the military, the security of the area and the presence of the [Canadian] Forces,” said Lt.-Gen.(ret.)

Col. Mark Hahn, CFDT commander.

The area has a lot of historical importance to the military and the CFD.

“A lot of people remember the Chaux-en-Velay [a French term for the French-speaking area of central France] as a very important location,” said Hahn.

“People also remember the military operations that were conducted there.

So we know that Châcheux-du or Châches-du, or Champs–Elyassees is the place where they operate.”

The new military headquarters will be a significant development in a long history of military facilities in the region.

It will be the largest military base in North American, as well as Canada’s largest military installation.

It also will be one of the largest in Europe.

The Châls-du area, known as the “Black Forest” and located on the western shore of the French Riviera, has been a stronghold of the Communist insurgency.

The military is based in the area to provide the support to the French resistance against French forces.

A number of high-profile military operations have taken place there, including Operation Châlebaud, which ended in 1972, Operation Le Camille in 1974 and Operation La Reine de l’Échérie, which was launched in 1986.

It was later withdrawn after a series of military and civilian casualties.

The base also serves as a staging area for Canada, which has a substantial military presence in the North American region, as a part of the United Nations mission in Haiti.

“Our mission is to make sure the United Nation is protected,” said Col. Hahn of Canada’s presence in Haiti and the Caribbean.

“I would like to see that the United Kingdom, France, and Canada all share responsibility for this area.”

The Champs du Nord area is home to the Special Forces, Special Forces Operational Support Team (SFSOT), Canadian Special Forces Intelligence, the Canadian Expeditionary Force and other military units.

The CFDT operates and manages more than 150 special forces units across Canada.

The facility will provide the necessary capability to support operations across the North America region, including operations against foreign terrorist organizations.

“There is no better way to support our military than through our presence in a foreign country,” said Major General(ret.) John F.