General (ret) Rick Hillier has been awarded the Order of Canada.
Committees are often their own worst enemies when it comes to deciding which subjects to study. They often select issues based on current media profiles.
Hudson returns to take a look at key leaders in the new parliament.
The duty of defence procurement.
War is much more than the deployment and sustainment of military forces.
Few in Parliament seem to be thinking big thoughts about the future of Canadian defence needs.
The government needs a daily reminder of real leadership.
Is the government calling the shots, or has the Cabinet abrogated its responsibilities?
DND/CF, the RCMP, and other ‘action’ agencies can be depended upon to lead effectively, however, operational initiative is not always appreciated by other elements of government.
Another decade of darkness is returning and Canada’s parliament is once again oblivious to the coming collapse. There are three reasons for this.
Hudson reviews and reports on the effectiveness of House of Commons and Senate proceedings and committees.
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