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Our Web feed allows you to access our news and notices in a timely and convenient way. This feed includes media advisories, news releases and other MPCC news. Each news article includes a title and a brief summary and offers a link to the full text available on our website. They are updated instantly as new items are published on our website.
What is RSS?
Rich Site Summary (RSS) or as some refer to it, Real Simple Syndication, is an XML-based format for content distribution in real time. Unlike e-mail subscriptions, you are not required to provide personal information or an e-mail address to benefit from this service.
Instructions on adding a news feed to your News Reader or aggregator
- Click on the RSS feed link below.
- Copy the URL that appears in the browser address bar.
- Launch your news aggregator or news reader application and paste the news feed URL into an "add new feed" window. Detailed instructions explaining how to add RSS feeds are included in the application of the news reader or aggregator you have chosen.
- When news items are published by the Military Policy Complaints Commission of Canada, your news reader/aggregator will let you know through a small pop-up window or other alert device.
NOTE: If you close your news reader/aggregator, you will not be advised of updates until the next time you open it.
- After reading a summary if you wish to view the full text, simply link to the full text document found on the website by clicking on the title of the article.
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