Reservists pump up for advanced training

It wasn't an invasion, just a training exercise.
The Canadian Forces says about a dozen reservist soldiers recently spotted marching in full military gear along Pole Line Road on Thunder Bay's outskirts were members of the Lake Superior Scottish Regiment infantry unit.
Capt. Miguel Moldez, of 38 Canadian Brigade Group in Winnipeg, said on Tuesday the reservists were getting in shape before heading out for more advanced training at Canadian Forces Detachment (CFD) Dundurn near Saskatoon, Sask.
Moldez said any rifles being toted during the march on Pole Line Road would not have been loaded.
The Lake Superior Scottish Regiment is based at the Thunder Bay Armoury on Park Avenue. The regiment is part of the 38 Canadian Brigade Group.

Carl Clutchey, Local Journalism Initiative reporter, The Chronicle-Journal