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THE NUMBER OF CHAPLAINS within the Canadian military has increased faster than the recruitment within the forces themselves, as the service attempts to address increasing stress faced by its soldiers, sailors, and airmen.

"When we demobilized after World War Two, everybody went home, including the chaplains," explains Major Neil Parker, a padre in the chaplains' office of the Canadian Forces.

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