Stephen Harper is defending a major military deal with Saudi Arabia in the face of questions about human rights abuses in that country.
The federal government estimated earlier this year that 33 Canadian companies were working on the program.
The Pentagon's top acquisition official says the Canadian supply base is an essential part of the program and will remain as such, even if the nation does not buy the aircraft.
The Liberal leader is defending his plan as questions swirl.
OTTAWA - A long-awaited market analysis into which fighter jet could replace the CF-18s tells the Harper government it can postpone a decision and keep flying the current fleet until 2025, but it will...
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