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Canadian troops have left the city of Mosul.
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They're not actually working on the borders, though, according to officials.
Trudeau said he will be joined by Gov. Gen. David Johnston and Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan.
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The Trudeau government's second budget is more a cautionary one than one with the revolutionary zeal of the first. The budget does show us that the military is not a priority, with no increases and deferred spending on purchasing for eight years. From the time of Trudeau's father and former prime minister Pierre Trudeau to the times of Jean Chretien, the military has never been the priority of the Liberals.
Canada has said little about the potential long-term effects of its mission.
The media is unfair to the military, according to the chief of defence staff. During a speech to the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade last week General Jonathan Vance slammed "very toxic narratives" in reporting on the Canadian Forces. Reporting the truth is toxic?
The army is sending between 100 and 150 soldiers.
The probe comes months after a pamphlet that "shamed" young women was revealed.
His death has been classified as non-combat .
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A retired colonel called Canada's military justice system "so out of date it's not funny."
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Amongst our generals and military advisers there is a consensus that we need a new fighter-bomber to provide these functions for Canada. But amongst the chattering classes there is a virtual free-for-all about not just which aircraft should be purchased, but how we should go about getting one.
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"We as Canada will make a decision based on what type of military capability, size, composition, is going to be needed for Canada."
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According to Michael Ferguson's latest audit, the Army Reserve is clearly lacking "clear guidance on preparing for international missions, had lower levels of training as cohesive teams, and had not fully integrated this training with that of the Regular Army." Adding to that, the number of reservists is lower than needed and are not fully prepared to deploy when required.
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A little over a decade ago, Canada -- under Paul Martin's Liberals -- rejected taking part in the United States Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) system along its U.S. counterpart. The Canadian government is currently reviewing its defence policy, including the possibility to reconsider its position on their participation to the U.S. BMD system.
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The Liberals promised a "leaner, more agile" military, raising concerns over the size of the military. With our current commitment and the promised renewal of UN peacekeeping missions, Canadian soldiers will not be able to sustain such a high operational tempo, let alone if we slash our military numbers.
The Conservative government's approach to countering the Islamic State (ISIS) threat was a three-pillared plan that combined allied military action, alongside direct foreign aid, and support for refugees and the dislocated in the region. In many ways, the plan brought to the last Parliament by the Conservatives was consistent with the Pearsonian worldview that Canada has a duty to take collective action with our friends to advance liberty for others and provide security at home.
"The trial will probably set back the clock for victims that might be thinking of coming forward."
The study was penned by Walter Dorn, a professor at the Canadian Forces Staff College and one of Canada's leading experts in peacekeeping.
The alleged breach is at one of the Royal Canadian Navy's most sensitive security operations.
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A sampling of the former Conservative government's planned military purchases shows two-thirds of the projects are behind schedule.
The decision to extend the life of the aging systems follows the collapse of a five-year-old procurement deal.
Gen. Jonathan Vance, the chief of the defence staff, says in a statement that the Forces need to work harder on the ever-present issue of suicide prevention.
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Previously, veterans were unable to transfer their credentials when they left the military.
No trial date has been set.
The territory last had its own reserve force in 1968.
The announcement follows a scathing report released earlier this year indicating how sexual misconduct is "endemic" in the Canadian military.
YAVORIV, Ukraine - Canadian bomb disposal troops are instructing Ukrainian troops over the next couple of weeks on how to better deal with the growing menace of improvised explosives in the eastern pa...
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Another multimillion-dollar military purchase has gone off the rails. The Harper government is terminating its contract with Thales Canada Ltd., which was to supply new radar units to support Canada&...
REGINA - Close to 1,000 military personnel are on their way to help fight wildfires in Saskatchewan.Duane McKay, commissioner of emergency management with the province, says some of the military are e...
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Two CF-18 jets carried out airstrikes this week near the eastern city of Al Hasakah, a hotly contested region with split political loyalties.
The lieutenant-general heading the Canadian Forces effort to address sexual misconduct and harassment says she's confident change can be made in the military.