Paul Pryce discusses some of the new resources and capabilities being obtained by the Canadian Coast Guard and Canadian Hydrographic Service.
The Kaikoura Earthquake and the Future of Canada’s Navy
Paul Pryce explains how a recent devastating earthquake in New Zealand offered a glimpse at the future role of the Royal Canadian Navy.
Fuel or Fumes for Canada’s Next Fighter?
“Air-to-air refueling is incredibly complex and delicate. Paul Pryce explains how this could become even more so as Canada seeks to replace its fighter aircraft.”
Canada’s New Sidearm: A Higher Calibre?
The Browning Hi-Power has been the Canadian military’s sidearm for more than 70 years. Paul Pryce discusses possible replacements.
Solid Foundations for Quake Response in Canada
Seismologists warn that Canada’s West Coast is overdue for a devastating earthquake and tsunami. Paul Pryce discusses the country’s level of preparedness.
The Evolving Role of Non-State Actors
Non-state actors are playing an increasingly disruptive role in international maritime affairs. Paul Pryce discusses how to reinforce the legal norms that rule the waves.
Canada’s Fragmented Firefighting
Wildfires know no borders, but each Canadian province and territory has its own wildfire strategy. Paul Pryce calls for federal leadership.
Operation Qimmiq and Canada’s Kingston-Class
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.
Eyes on the Arctic: The Role of Radar and Drones
Canada has the longest coastline of any country, which presents Canada with one of its greatest security challenges. Paul Pryce discusses innovative approaches to defending Canada’s crucial but remote waterways in the Arctic.
Zeroing in on a New Search and Rescue Aircraft
Canada’s procurement of a new search-and-rescue aircraft has dragged on for more than a decade. But there is hope for a resolution, Paul Pryce writes.