16 January 2019   (Ottawa Citizen)
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced some changes affecting the senior ranks of the public service at the Department of National Defence as well as Public Services and Procurement Canada.
15 January 2019   (National Post )
The Canadian Army’s new armoured vehicles have been plagued by rollovers and fires, the latest in a series of problems to affect the $600-million fleet. Since April 2014, there have been 10 incidents when TAPVs have tipped on to their sides, six where they have rolled over completely, and four where they have caught fire.
15 January 2019   (Global News)
The Supreme Court of Canada has refused to temporarily suspend a lower court’s bombshell ruling in a sexual-assault case that the military justice system is unconstitutional.
15 January 2019   (Global News)
Jody Wilson-Raybould was sworn in on Monday as the new Minister of Veterans Affairs and Associate Minister of National Defence during a federal cabinet shuffle at Rideau Hall.
14 January 2019   (National Post)
Treasury Board President Scott Brison, one of the most experienced hands in the government of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, is quitting politics – but a court case centred on Vice Admiral Mark Norman is sure to keep him in the public spotlight.
14 January 2019   (Global News)
Members of Canada’s defence team were injured in the bus crash in downtown Ottawa on Friday that left three dead and 23 injured, while a local hospital says those who were in critical condition at its location have improved.
11 January 2019   (ConstructConnect)
With the completion of one $792-million, multi-year phased move of thousands of Department of National Defence (DND) personnel into a new central campus in west Ottawa still over a year away, the DND will spend 2019 developing plans for another new complex to house thousands more with a tentative project value of over $1 billion.
11 January 2019   (Ottawa Citizen)
The CAF is preparing to take possession by the spring of the first of 25 used Australian F-18 fighter jets. The requested mix is 12 single-seat and six dual-seat aircraft, according to DND. The other seven will be used for testing and spare parts.
11 January 2019   (The Kingston Whig-Standard)
Opening eyes and dispelling myths, Canadian Forces Base Kingston’s base commander spoke on Thursday to the Canadian Club of Kingston about how his members are all part of the melting pot of the city.
10 January 2019   (Lookout Newspaper)
The Canadian Army appointed its first-ever Honorary Lieutenant-Colonel: a 15-year-old from London, Ontario. However, the appointment was for just one day; the youth in question, Aiden Anderson, who now has memories to last a lifetime.