True Patriot Love is a national organization dedicated to bridging the divide between the Military and civilian worlds. In this story we meet Leading Seaman Bruno Guevremont as he shares his experience in the Canadian Military.
The work Afghanistan veteran Bruno Guevremont did in Kandahar may seem pulled from a Hollywood film, but it was very real. The bomb-disposal expert recalls the day he defused an explosive vest on a suicide bomber.
From the heat of battle in Afghanistan, to the cold of Canada’s Arctic, recovering Canadian soldiers injured in battle attempt to ski across 125 kilometres of harsh, unforgiving terrain to reach the Magnetic North Pole.
Team Canada captain Bruno Guévremont, left, Luc Martin and Ryan Forest whwre among the athletes that trained at the Toronto Pam Am Spoprts Centre recently in advance of this year’s Invictus Games. The games are a multi-sport paralympic-style event for
n meeting Leading Seaman (retired) Bruno Guévremont, you would not have an inkling that the charming man with the quick smile and laugh would be struggling with PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder) also known as PTSI (Post traumatic stress injury).
Former anti-explosives expert Bruno Guevremont will lead Team Canada to veterans’ games in Orlando. Military veterans who’ve been injured in the line of the duty have, since 2014, been coming together from around the world for an athletic competition called
The #MindVine Podcast features news, views and interviews related to #mentalhealth, #mental illness and recovery. Episode 10 features an interview with Bell Let’s Talk Ambassador, Bruno Guévremont. The #MindVine podcast is hosted by Communications team members Darryl Mathers
Bruno Guévremont is a Veteran, Entrepreneur, North Pole Explorer, and Invictus Games Ambassador – among many other things. He’s led a team of soldiers, was captain of Team Canada at the 2016 Invictus Games and is now dedicated to supporting