CANADIAN MILITARY LIFTS PARTIAL BAN ON PARACHUTING AFTER SOLDIER'S DEATH — BUT WITH RESTRICTIONS

Bombardier Patrick Labrie, based in CFB Petawawa, died in June as a result of injuries sustained during a nighttime parachute jump in Bulgaria

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