Pratt & Whitney Canada has pled guilty to U.S. federal criminal charges in connection with the sale of software to the Chinese military.
What started as a series of peaceful protests inspired by the “Arab Spring” democracy movement has gradually become a violent civil war between the brutal secular regime of Bashar al-Assad and a fragmented and increasingly radicalized opposition. And Canada could get involved.
The Royal Canadian Navy’s three destroyers are due to be reach the end of their planned service life in as little as five years, before their replacements can be delivered.
After four years of delays, numerous court challenges, and a prorogation of Parliament, the Military Police Complaints Commission has finally released its report on the Afghan detainee issue.
According to the Ottawa rumour mill, Defence Minister Peter MacKay will be losing his job soon, and other senior officials with the department may also be moving on.
The vast majority of the secret files collected on Canadians by the RCMP Security Service were destroyed by its successor agency, CSIS, in 1988.