The Conservative government has its well-deserved majority.
Are the requirements for public safety, national security and military force converging? Gasp!
Defence requirements never seem to lessen
Can we truly justify sovereignty claims of our Northern lands simply through a few joint exercises held up there during the more hospitable months of the year? The simple answer is no.
Are we trading soldier safety for lower cost? That’s a delicate question. Our ‘special trucks’ correspondent, Shaun Connors, takes a look at the Tactical Armoured Patrol Vehicle (TAPV) program and the companies competing to provide this much needed asset.
Three people from different backgrounds tackle the topic from widely different perspectives.
Human rights do not exist for women and children in Afghanistan.
FrontLine articles provide a wide-ranging selection of topics related to space, satellites and research.
In FrontLine’s continuing focus on the defence procurement system, we bring you the thoughtful response from Janet Thorsteinson to an important question recently posed by Dan Ross, ADM(Mat): “Is too much risk being passed to vendors?”
Canada’s Minister of National Defence, Peter MacKay, briefs readers on the Canada First Defence Strategy.