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Canada's submarine fleet spent 'zero days' at sea last

All four of Canada's submarines were tied up last year for repairs and maintenance — news that has the opposition Conservatives questioning whether the Liberal government can keep the second-hand fleet afloat for another two decades In response to a written question before Parliament the Department of National Defence said the boats "spent zero days at []

How OPVs could be important to the future of the RN

No one wants to join the navy because they might get caught in more defence cuts which will come when our prime minister decides she wants more money to watch cricket We need to put more money into our military and try to get more people to join up After we have stability in man power we then start building more ships For example a new helicopter carrier to replace ocean and maybe a batch 2

Ajit Vadakayil: WORLD WAR 3 SANS GPS AND EMP

A major component of the modernization process a new military signal called M-code was designed to further improve the anti-jamming and secure access of the military GPS signals GPS IIIC will include a high-powered spot beam to deliver greater M-Code power for increased resistance to hostile jamming

Are upgrades at Canada's northernmost military facility

Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan's Northern tour didn't come with any new spending announcements Instead he talked up the importance of projects nearing completion that he says will bolster Canada's c sport showbiz science health fashion Top Stories Health Food Drinks Ancient Mystery Sports Entertainment Fashion Hidden Truth Technology Travel Facebook Twitter Google+ What

Fighter Jets?

03 01 2019Not a good Idea to be buying used fighter jets Not enough pilots? Meanwhile the head of our military says we need more generals Liberals are not doing a good job in the defence file They are slowly degrading our military whereas it is becoming more clear to other NATO members The future of our military at this point is not looking good

Mark Collins

06 01 2014Further to this post Canadian Cyclone Maritime Helicopter Breaking Up–or Not? there really should be an independent enquiry into this shining example of acquisition malpractice All sorts of blame to go around--Liberals Conservatives Canadian Forces: Despite delays Ottawa pushes ahead with Cyclone chopper plan The "worst procurement in the history of Canada" has suffered another

Environmental Disaster Is Canada's New Normal Are We

And he knows that a series of earthen dikes is all that stands as a defence against catastrophic flooding The last time such a large king tide hit in 2015 Johnson stood on the banks of the Tantramar Marshes as sixty-kilometre-per-hour winds spat ocean spray into his face and watched the sea nearly overtop the dikes There was a fifty-centimetre storm surge that day a result of the ocean

The Honourable Harjit Singh Sajjan MP

Minister of National Defence Represents the riding of Vancouver South The Honourable Harjit Sajjan was first elected as Member of Parliament for Vancouver South in 2015 Minister Sajjan immigrated to Canada from India with his family when he was five years old He grew up in South Vancouver and benefitted from everything its diverse and culturally rich community has to offer Minister Sajjan

Minister of National Defence (Canada)

The minister of national defence (MND French: ministre de la dfense nationale) is a minister of the Crown in the Cabinet of Canada responsible for the management and direction of all matters relating to the national defence of Canada The Department of National Defence is headed by the deputy minister of national defence (the department's senior civil servant) while the Canadian Armed

Minister of Militia and Defence

The Minister of Militia and Defence was the federal government minister in charge of the volunteer army units in Canada the Canadian Militia before the creation of the Canadian Army From 1855 to 1906 the minister was responsible for Canadian militia units only as the British Army was still stationed in Canada From 1906 to 1923 the minister was in charge of the Department of Militia and

Update on the Government of Canada's Commitment to

Additional 24 long-term drinking water advisories being addressed as part of the Government's commitment Tracking our progress There will be challenges along the way The number of DWAs in First Nation communities across Canada fluctuates as water quality is not static Some DWAs last only a short time and advise residents of a temporary issue that could affect the safety of the drinking

War News Updates: Canada's Fighter Force Is In Collapse

Military Political And Intelligence News Are Also Covered Occasionally We Will Have Our Own Opinions Or Observations To Make Saturday November 24 2018 Canada's Fighter Force Is In Collapse An RCAF CF-18A+ in Norway during Exercise Trident Juncture 2018 RCAF Warzone/The Drive: Canadian Auditors Slam Surplus Aussie Hornet Buy Describe Fighter Force In Collapse The watchdog says

CF

The McDonnell Douglas CF-18 Hornet (official military designation CF-188) is a Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) (formerly Canadian Forces Air Command) fighter aircraft based on the American McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornet fighter In 1980 the F/A-18 was selected as the winner of the New Fighter Aircraft Project competition and a production order was awarded

Leonardo and Team Cormorant welcome the Government

Upgrades include: modernized engines glass cockpit display system navigation communication and a digital automatic flight control system improved sensor capability and synthetic training solutions and more Team Cormorant is comprised of Leonardo IMP Aerospace and Defence CAE GE Canada Collins Aerospace and many Canadian suppliers to deliver this improved capability to Canadians

EFILE news and program updates

What's new Important dates for the filing season starting in February 2020 The EFILE and ReFILE services are open for transmissions from February 24 2020 at 8:30 a m (Eastern time) until January 22 2021 for the electronic filing of your clients' 2016 2017 2018 and 2019 T1

CANADIAN DEFENCE MATTERS

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Canada's war on drugs in the Caribbean had a very good

By Ben Makuch From Vice News Unbeknownst to some Canada has been waging a war on cocaine traffickers in the Caribbean — and it just netted a record haul The Canadian Armed Forces announced the conclusion of its anti-narco operations in the Caribbean high seas for 2015 withdrawing the last of its Royal Canadian Navy vessels hunting cartel traffickers

Mark Collins

06 01 2014Further to this post Canadian Cyclone Maritime Helicopter Breaking Up–or Not? there really should be an independent enquiry into this shining example of acquisition malpractice All sorts of blame to go around--Liberals Conservatives Canadian Forces: Despite delays Ottawa pushes ahead with Cyclone chopper plan The "worst procurement in the history of Canada" has suffered another

Naval Open Source INTelligence: Andrew Coyne: Canada's

That was a cracker of a column my Postmedia colleague Michael Den Tandt unloaded the other day taking the Harper government to task for its "disjointed underfunded poorly understood [and] chronically secretive" defence policy

North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD)

A North American Aerospace Defense Command F-22 Raptor flies next to a Russian Tu-95 bomber during an intercept in the Alaskan Air Defense Identification Zone June 16 2020 NORAD employs a layered defense network of radars satellites and fighter aircraft to identify aircraft and determine the appropriate response

Courier

Courier news Abbreviated Title: Cour - Can Forces Base Cold Lake Creator: Canada -- Canadian Forces Base (Cold Lake Alta ) Place of Publication: Medley Alta Publisher: 4 Wing Canadian Forces Base Cold Lake Publication Date: 07-16-2019 Frequency: Weekly regular Language: English French Physical Description: v : ill 58 cm Subjects Genre: newspaper ( marcgt ) newspaper ( sobekcm

Canadian Army Articles — espritdecorps

Part of the plan allowed the prisoners to begin their efforts to escape The military RCMP and camp guards monitored the prisoners as they began to dig several tunnels The prisoners had created a crude railway to haul the soil out of the tunnel The weight of the excavated soil collapsed part of the ceiling in the building where they were

ARCHIVED

As part of the reforms to our economic immigration system we will improve the way credentials are recognized We will collaborate more with provinces and territories regulatory authorities and professional bodies to will make their license and assessment tools accessible to potential immigrants before they come to Canada

McDonnell Douglas CF

The McDonnell Douglas CF-18 Hornet (official military designation CF-188) is a Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) (formerly Canadian Forces Air Command) fighter aircraft based on the American McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornet fighter In 1980 the F/A-18 was selected as the winner of the New Fighter Aircraft Project competition and a production order was awarded

Royal United Services Institute of Nova Scotia Dispatches

The Military Institute of Windsor Communiqu Volume XXXVIII Number 1 January 2020 is available on request to RUSINovaScotiagmail Tweeted by RUSI_NS: RUSI(NS) tweets may also be viewed by clicking on the icon at https://RUSI-NS ca To have something tweeted or retweeted email the CIO at RUSINovaScotiagmail Original article title in parentheses STRATCOMCOE

Military

History of the Canadian Military For much of Canada's early history as a British colony there was little interest in creating a strong domestic military force British troops still occupied much of Canada and everyone assumed they always would This ended in 1871 when Britain and the United States signed the Treaty of Washington as part of an effort to secure lasting peace and trust

Military and Commercial Technology: Defence minister

Defence minister says Greece plans to boost Air Force with said on Thursday Greece is interested in acquiring a squadron of US-made F-35 fighter jets in the coming years as part of its plan to reclaim its superiority over Turkey in air defence Speaking on Skai TV the minister said the upgrade of the Hellenic Air Force's F-16 to the Viper version will be starting in the coming days

NationStates

Upper canadas 1 year 254 days ago Great Canadian Flag Debate! ~2018 Across Canada in recent years their has been a growing movement from all Canadians regardless of background race religion or ethnicity to adopt a flag for Canada that is distinct and recognizable on the world stage As of the 5th of October 2018 a number of Representatives from the Canadian House of Representatives

Canada's F18 replacement news updates

01 10 2019Canada's F18 replacement news updates Thread starter Khafee Start date Dec 6 2017 Prev 1 2 First Prev 2 of 2 Go to page Go Feb 20 2018 #16 Indus Falcon Professional Joined Dec 28 2017 Messages 109 Reactions 189 19 Country Location Canadians should ideally buy Rafales but they will tuck thier tails between their legs and buy ex-Aussie at best ex-Aussie and a Sqn or two

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