Security hawks have it dead wrong. Conventional, not nuclear-powered, submarines are the right choice for Canada, for nuclear non-proliferation and for global stability.
Canada wasn’t snubbed in the misguided AUKUS submarine deal and neither was New Zealand, which is also trying to pursue a nuanced engagement policy with China.
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An NDP filibuster has saved the House of Commons committee investigation into the F-35 procurement process, at least temporarily.
Just a note from me to urge you to reconsider accepting the CDA’s media award. As you know, this is a controversial prize. The award is sponsored by groups with close links to the defence industry and DND.
Press Freedom Day arrived this week (May 3), and it came just as a storm is brewing about new restrictions that the military is putting on journalists trying to report on the war in Afghanistan. Last week, Canadian Press reporter Murray Brewster wrote a story about security changes at the Kandahar Airfield that are dramatically […]