There are two main groups of Canadians opposed to the concept of spending a reasonable amount of government money to create a credible Armed Forces and reliable security infrastructure. The first group feels that Canada should be cashing in a “peace dividend” that they think should have begun gushing out of the federal treasury at the end of the Cold War. The second group simply thinks that Canada should take a free ride — save a chunk of cash by clinging to the coat-tails of the Americans and our other allies.
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