Navy and Defence Issues

Capt(N) Norman Jolin retired from the Royal Canadian Navy in 2011, following 37 years of service. His career saw extensive service in ships and submarines, including command of the frigate HMCS Montreal. During his last ten years in the Navy, he worked exclusively at the strategic level, serving as Canada’s Naval Adviser (Attaché) to the UK and Defence Attaché to Denmark, as well as tours with NATO’s Allied Command Transformation in Norfolk, Virginia and NATO Headquarters in Brussels, Belgium. He currently works as an independent defence and strategic analysis consultant.

Articles by this writer

March 2014  |  Magazine, Magazine

Does Canada need to incorporate submarine capability to its surveillance and sovereignty requirements?