Canadian Forces College
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The Canadian Forces College (CFC) is a military school for senior and general officers of the Canadian Forces. The college provides graduate level military education courses meant to enable officers to effectively provide leadership within the Canadian Forces in a whole-of-government framework.
The institution was established on the grounds of the Strathrobyn Estate in 1943 as the ''Royal Canadian Air Force War Staff College''. In 1945, the college was re-designated as the ''Royal Canadian Air Force Staff College'', which became a component of the Air Force College in 1962. The Air Force College also included a Headquarters, a Staff School and an Extension School. Following integration of the Canadian Armed Forces, the college was renamed the ''Canadian Forces College'' (CFC) in 1966. In 1991 the building containing the Officer's Mess was designated a "Recognized Federal Heritage Building" by the Government of Canada.〔http://www.pc.gc.ca/apps/beefp-fhbro/FHB_Rech_Search_e.asp Register of the Government of Canada Heritage Buildings.〕
The CFC is located at 215 Yonge Boulevard at Wilson Avenue in the Armour Heights neighbourhood of Toronto, Ontario. The Canadian Forces Staff School for junior officers, formerly located at 1107 Avenue Road, was determined to be redundant and closed in 1994, and the property was later sold to the Metropolitan Separate School Board (now called the Toronto Catholic District School Board) as Marshall McLuhan Catholic Secondary School, opened in 1998.
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