OTTAWA—The Canadian Armed Forces is facing calls to drop what experts say is a reactive approach to racism and hate in the ranks, and instead launch a concentrated, proactive effort campaign to root out extremist beliefs and behaviours.
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OTTAWA — Confusion and partisan bickering are clouding a Senate committee's plan to examine the suspension and failed prosecution of Vice-Admiral Mark Norman.
Conservative Sen. Jean-Guy Dagenais on Thursday accused Sen. Peter Harder, the government's representative in the upper chamber, of all but killing the study by refusing to let the Senate defence committee sit into the summer.
OTTAWA—The Canadian military isn't letting its hair down just yet, but for the first time, women in uniform will be allowed to wear ponytails.
OTTAWA—A shortage of sailors is making it hard for the Royal Canadian Navy to operate its ships and work on replacing them at the same time, according to a senior naval officer.
OTTAWA—Conservative leader Andrew Scheer has written directly to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau asking him to waive solicitor-client privilege so former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould can talk publicly about what happened with SNC-Lavalin.
OTTAWA—Paul Dewar, a teacher and union leader from Ottawa who became the New Democratic Party's foreign affairs critic, died yesterday after contending with brain cancer for a year.
OTTAWA—Auditor general Michael Ferguson today fired a bullet at the Trudeau government's plan to buy second-hand Australian fighter jets, revealing the air force doesn't have enough people to fly the planes it already has.
OTTAWA—Spiritual leaders yesterday reflected on the horrors of the First World War while calling for a world of tolerance and peace as thousands of Canadians braved the biting cold to remember and honour those who fought to defend such ideals.
OTTAWA—Repaying hundreds of thousands of disabled veterans and their survivors for a calculating error that deprived them of some of their pensions for seven years will cost $165 million, the federal government says.
OTTAWA—Canada's top general is overhauling military morale-boosting tours after an internal investigation uncovered the extent of the problems with a 2017 trip to Latvia that resulted in a sexual-assault charge against a former NHL player.