Jean Chrétien, Canada’s twentieth prime minister, had his audience in an effervescent mood on March 15th at the Globe and Mail Centre. As the guest of honour at an event organized by the NATO Association of Canada to recognize Mr. Chrétien’s legacy in Canadian foreign affairs and his contributions to the evolution of NATO, he Read More…
Significant international events—the breakup of Yugoslavia, NATO enlargement, the invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq, to name a few—occurred during Jean Chrétien’s decade as prime minister. This retrospective examines Chrétien’s foreign policy with a specific emphasis on his government’s engagement with NATO.
In Part 1, Cas Legrand discusses what has hindered Canadian procurement of search and rescuue aircraft in the past fourteen years and why the federal government is finally moving forward.
As a follow-up piece to a previous article, Kelsey Berg discusses the sensitivities of regulating media transmission between the press and government departments.
As Ottawa rolls out its new Defence Procurement Strategy, Jonas examines the past problems that have plagued Canadian Forces acquisitions in the first of a four part series.