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The 54-year-old served in the Gulf War, Bosnia and Iraq.
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"The government is at an all-time low while saying that it wants to re-engage in peacekeeping."
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The Quebec government will still own 19 per cent.
"That order is starting to fracture."
'The last six months have been a gamechanger.'
This is on the heels of North Korea's sixth and most powerful nuclear test last week.
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He adds that North Korea is only further isolating itself by the continued testing.
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His remarks come "perilously close to hate speech," the petition's author said.
North Korea threatened to attack a U.S. base on the island of Guam.
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Personnel used to have to ask permission first.
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The carrier increased capacity and saw traffic grow by 13.6 per cent.
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National Defence is struggling to make good on the promise.
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They are anti-masturbation, anti-prison, and want to give everyone a gun.
Five men approached a Mi'kmaq ceremony singing 'God Save The Queen' on Canada Day.
One person in the group was carrying a Red Ensign flag.
The move will cost more than $370 million.
Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan's spokeswoman suggested the opposition isn't standing up to criticize the new defence investments because well, they have nothing to criticize.
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One official described NATO's system as "cryptic and backwards."
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NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg says he expects all members to reach the two-per-cent goal.
The defence minister said a policy review looked at Canadian defence needs for the next 20 years.
"This is a hoax and completely politically driven.''
The mission entered a critical stage this week with the attack on Mosul.
U.S. Gen. Herbert Carlisle said he is prepared to send it to Syria or any other war zone if needed.
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The Republican nominee said some NATO members aren't spending enough on defence.
The re-organization was one of three recommendations made in an internal review of the Joint Personnel Support Unit.
"Several critical positions have been vacant for months even though suitable candidates have been interviewed and selected."
"The mission should define the equipment that we choose to acquire, rather than the equipment defining the mission."
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