We are having the wrong conversation about Canadian defence spending.
Paul Pryce explains how a recent devastating earthquake in New Zealand offered a glimpse at the future role of the Royal Canadian Navy.
The HMCS Athabaskan has had a long successful career. With the destroyer’s retirement looming, Canada’s Navy will face significant limitations on its capabilities for the next several years.
Operation Qimmiq, a vital means for Canada to exert sovereignty in the Arctic, is underway. But Paul Pryce discusses the risk these missions could be suspended.
With Exercise Tradewinds successfully concluded, Paul Pryce discusses the deep roots of Canada’s defence relationship with Jamaica.
Canada’s Navy has a new Commanding Officer. Paul Pryce discusses the implications for Canadian sea power.