CAF’s child soldiers doctrine, Horizon’s 2025, and the RCMP’s IT services headache
Realistic peacekeeping options for Canada
Russian aggression prompts Canada to extend Ukraine mission
“The Government of Canada is committed to Ukraine and the Ukrainian people as they work to build a more secure, stable and prosperous country, and Canada continues to be at the forefront of the international community’s response to Russian aggression in Ukraine,” said Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan.
CAF develops child soldier doctrine
The Canadian Armed Forces Joint Doctrine Note (JDN) 2017-01 Child Soldiers was developed following discussions with Senator Romeo Dallaire on his direct experiences with child soldiers
Canadian ground troops in Europe get new commander
Sajjan, Mattis meeting ‘cordial’, questions raised about NATO, peacekeeping
Op Unifier turns the page on a busy year of training Ukrainian Armed Forces
With each course, we continue to build a knowledge base within the Ukrainian Armed Forces to allow our Ukrainian colleagues to take on more and more of the instructor role themselves.
HMCS St. John’s to support Standing NATO Maritime Group 2
HMCS St. John’s is the sixth Royal Canadian Navy ship and the fourth modernized Halifax-class frigate to deploy in support of NATO assurance measures in Europe since April 2014.
CDS says Canadian soldiers allowed to shoot first in fight against ISIS
Are Canadian soldiers in the front lines in Mosul?
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