Fears the Trudeau government will lean heavily on the $29-billion defence budget to help get spending back under control after COVID-19.
Premier Doug Ford muses Ontario could start easing restrictions ahead of next month’s long weekend.
Both Quebec and Ontario called on the federal government to send in troops to bolster shortage of staff in nursing homes.
The boost in the market is due to militarization of law enforcement agencies and surge in demand for bulletproof vehicles.
US president not in a hurry for a trade deal as tensions rise following steel and aluminum tariffs on India exports.
A 2017 breach saw the personally identifiable information of at least 19,000 Canadians stolen from the credit monitoring company.
The delivery dates for new or upgraded equipment, some of which is needed urgently, have been pushed several years into the future
A dispute with Turkey over planned purchase of Russian weapons and defence spending disparities straining alliance.
Threats include new, difficult to detect nuclear-armed cruise missiles and extreme-speed hypersonic missiles.
Endeavor is a developer of battle-tested, tactical unmanned ground vehicles for the global military, public safety and critical infrastructure markets.
Canada needs to keep pace if only because it can’t count on the current international order to hold: analyst.
…but Canada should first develop a centre of excellence on space knowledge.
Norman allegedly leaked government secrets about a $700-million military project in 2015.
Lockheed’s proposal beat two rival submissions to design replacements for the navy’s frigate and destroyer fleets.
As the NATO summit in Brussels wrapped up, the PM announced a 70 per cent increase in military spending. But the commitment falls short of the 2 per cent of GDP mark agreed upon by members in 2014.