Statistics on harassment in Canadian Forces and National Defence leave ‘false impression’ of few incidents: DND Ombudsman’s Office

Budget cuts mean closure of dispute resolution centres for members.

House committee investigation: Karol Wenek, director general military personnel, chief military personnel at National Defence, left, Cdr. Tony Crewe, director human rights and diversity at DND, and Lt.-Col. Mark Gendron, director of law military personnel, Office of the Judge Advocate General at DND testify before the House of Commons Status of Women Committee on Nov. 27. The House Status of Women Committee is probing sexual harassment in the federal workplace. Photograph by Jake Wright, The Hill Times

By Jessica Bruno

PUBLISHED : Friday, Dec. 7, 2012 7:50 PM

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