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FRONTLINE DEFENCE 2019: ISSUE 3

Is ethics at risk in Canada? To understand the public outcry and decision by the Ethics Commissioner, let’s delve into the allegations against SNC-Lavalin and examine related actions taken by the government.

For this year's selection of Top Global Innovators, FrontLine has gathered a select group of ­organizations that take their Public Safety, Defence and National Security innovative priorities ­seriously. Contact us today for ­inclusion in our Fall 2020 edition.

With 2020 budget projections in place, Japan is steadily increasing its national defence spending and building aircraft carriers.

On 12 June, at 10:17 EST, under heavy fog cover, Canada’s newest satellite venture successfully launched all three satellites of the RADARSAT Constellation Mission into orbit from Vandenburg Air Force Base in California. These next-gen satellites will provide better resolution and accuracy than previous technologies.

After more than a year of operations, Canada's Air Task Force involved in Operation Presence-Mali has almost completed its mission. All that’s left is to ship eight helicopters and other sensitive materiel safely home.

Some of the leadership changes at industry and government earlier this year include Seaspan, Lockheed Martin Canada, NZ Defence Force, DND and the US Embassy in Washington.

A look at the long journey of the Type 26 being chosen as Canada's new Surface Combatant design for the Royal Canadian Navy.

What do you do after an 18-year career in the Armed Forces? One answer is consider a career in the cyber security sector.

With a federal election underway, what better time to discuss the consequences of incentivizing regional distribution in this Value Prop era? The objectives need to be clarified if they are to benefit the intended groups.

Some of the leadership changes at industry and government earlier this year include Seaspan, Lockheed Martin Canada, NZ Defence Force, DND and the US Embassy in Washington.

The Arctic and Northern Policy Framework was quietly released the day before an election was called. What does that signify about priorities for the Arctic?

The Royal Canadian Navy’s “Canadian Leaders at Sea” is a unique recruiting tool. We need to make sure that our youth know of the opportunities and possibilities that await onboard Canadian ships.