A new report by UBC professor Michael Byers shows that the total project cost of the Harper government’s proposed F-35 purchase is likely to be at least $56.7 billion, and it could end up being much, much higher.
Lockheed Martin’s new ad campaign promising Canadian jobs gets low marks for accuracy.
Our challenges have changed in the last 12 years, and non-military areas of security should take priority over military security.
Canada should be wary of its relationship to the defence industry, especially in regard to the American defence firm Lockheed Martin, U.S. expert William D. Hartung warns.
Ernie Regehr debunks the claim that fighter aircraft such as the F-35 have any significant contribution to make to Canadian security and sovereignty in the North.
On April 15, we asked Ceasefire.ca supporters how they would better spend the money wasted on weapons and war.