In this article, Bracebridge native Willow Hillman employs the example of the Muskoka River Watershed Area in the wake of Flood 2019 to consider the national implications of local resource management for the Canadian Armed Forces and Operation LENTUS deployments.
As a result of heavy rain and melting snow throughout April, Quebec continues to face the consequences of significant flooding. As of May 13th, thousands are still recovering, with the Laurentians and Outaouais being the most affected. Flooding has also occurred throughout Ontario and New Brunswick, causing officials to keep close watch over the rivers […]
As the centenary of the First World War draws to a close, the Canadian Armed Forces and the Department of Defence have stepped up their programs of remembrance. Commemoration is a political act that signals to partners and competitors that Canada remembers its past military successes engages with its heritage, and is ready to serve again in the future if necessary.
Canada’s recent Defence Policy presents a 20-year vision for the CAF. Is this policy realistic? This report summarizes Touraj Riazi’s and Ian Pelekis’ initial findings, in the first part of this series.
On Wednesday, June 7th, NAOC Director Jeff Hull was on CP24 to talk about the implications of Canada’s new Defence Policy for NATO.
Following the unveiling of the Defence Policy Review, the NAOC is pleased to present some highlights of the new document.