The federal Liberals have ripped open Canada's multibillion-dollar plan to build new ships for the navy and coast guard, prompting cheers and frustration from shipyards in different parts of the country.
Statistics Canada has offered a sobering assessment of the Canadian Forces' four-year war on sexual misconduct, suggesting in a new report on Wednesday, May 22, 2019, that the military has made only minimal progress on several fronts.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to announce on Wednesday, May 22, 2019, that the federal government is buying two more Arctic patrol ships on the top of the six it has already ordered from Halifax-based Irving Shipbuilding.
Vice-Admiral Mark Norman's stated desire to return to active duty after the breach-of-trust case against him was dropped this week is raising a thorny question for the military's top brass: Where can he go?
American officials will need to certify the fighter jet Canada buys at the end of a multibillion-dollar procurement that's started and stopped and started again for more than a decade, ensuring that it's fit to plug into the U.S.'s highest-security intelligence systems.
The RCMP is defending its investigation of Vice-Admiral Mark Norman, which has come under sustained fire since the politically charged case against the military's former second-in-command collapsed earlier this week.
Lawyers for Vice−Admiral Mark Norman and the federal government argued Wednesday over the words of Canada’s top bureaucrat during the SNC−Lavalin affair as the suspended military officer’s team pressed for access to secret government emails and memos.