17 August 2011 - Resolute Bay
CDS Gen Walt Natynczyk, accompanied by Danish Chief of Defence Gen Knud Bartels, met today with Canadian Forces (CF) personnel deployed near Resolute Bay on Cornwallis Island, NU, as part of Operation NANOOK 11.
21 June 2011 - Ottawa, Ontario
General Walt Natynczyk, the Chief of the Defence Staff (CDS), and military members of the Algonquin College graduating class of 2011 pause for a picture following the completion of their convocation ceremony.
17 June 2011 - Comox, BC
The Chief of the Defence Staff (CDS), General Walt Natynczyk, and the Canadian Forces Chief Warrant Officer (CFCWO), Chief Petty Officer 1st Class Bob Cleroux, stand with Maureen and Hans Eykelenboom in Comox, BC, following the CDS' presentation of the Canadian Forces Medallion to Maureen, the Founder of Boomer's Legacy.
21 July 2011 - Bagotville, Quebec
General Natynczyk paid a visit to the Bagotville Air Cadet Summer Training Camp Survival Course training site to meet with Cadets undertaking the course.
1 July 2011 - Camp Blackhorse, Kabul, Afghanistan
General Natynczyk speaks to soldiers of the Canadian Contribution Training Mission - Afghanistan during Canada Day celebrations at Camp Blackhorse.
24 May 2011 - New Glasgow
General Walter Natynczyk chats with Cadets in New Glasgow, NS, during a visit on May 24th.
06 May 2011 - Petawawa
General Walter Natynczyk and the Canadian Forces Chief Warrant Officer, CPO1 Bob Cléroux, thank members of the public for their support at the "Red Friday Rally" in Petawawa.
06 May 2011 - Montérégie, Quebec
General Walter Natynczyk helps out with sandbagging operations in the Montérégie region of Quebec, 6 May 2011.
17 April 2011 - Resolute Bay
Chief of the Defence Staff (CDS) General Walt Natynczyk awards a CDS coin to Ranger Corporal David Suqsiak in Resolute Bay during Operation Nunalivut in April 2011.
6 April 2011 - Trenton
General Natynczyk addresses members of the 8 Wing Trenton team on 6 April after presenting Canadian Forces Unit Commendations and Chief of the Defence Staff Commendations.
14 February 2011 - Haiti
Chief of the Defence Staff, General Walt Natynczyk, salutes members of Task Force Port-au-Prince on the tarmac at Tousaint Louverture International Airport.
24 and 25 January 2011 - United Kingdom
Chief of the Defence Staff, General Walt Natynczyk, attended the United Kingdom's Partners in Defence Symposium, presented at the High Commission of Canada, and lectured at London's Royal United Services Institute and Royal College of Defence Studies.
18 January 2011 – Guelph, Ontario
Students of Guelph, Ontario's Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic High School, presented General Walt Natynczyk, Chief of the Defence Staff, with a national leadership award they bestow annually. About 800 students as well as Second World War, Korean and peacekeeping veterans, local politicians and Guelph's Fire and Police Chiefs attended the award ceremony.
10 and 11 January 2011 - Joint Task Force (North)
General Walt Natynczyk, Chief of the Defence Staff, met with members of the Canadian Rangers, 440 Transport Squadron and The Loyal Edmonton Regiment's Yellowknife Company during his visit to Yellowknife, Northwest Territories and Whitehorse, Yukon.
24 and 25 December 2010 - Afghanistan
Don Cherry and General Walter Natynczyk pose with the troops for a group photo.
7 December 2010 - Ottawa, Ont.
General Walt Natynczyk, Chief of the Defence Staff, hosted a dinner for Admiral James Winnefeld, North American Aerospace Defense Command and United States Northern Command commander, following their bilateral meeting.
1 December 2010 - Ottawa, Ont.
Canadian Forces General and Flag Officers face-off against the Ottawa Service Attachés Association at the biannual General Officer/Flag Officer Seminar's hockey game.
25 November 2010 - Ottawa, Ont.
The National Defence Workplace Charitable Campaign (NDWCC) recognition ceremony was held at the Cartier Square Drill Hall. About 350 NDWCC volunteers participated in the event, including Deputy Minister Robert Fonberg, Chief of the Defence Staff General Walt Natynczyk, and Brigadier-General John Madower, as the NDWCC Champion.