Now it’s time for the government and the military to listen—and to act. Failure to do so will negatively affect the operational capacity of the CAF.
Chief of the Defence Staff, General Jonathan Vance, left, and Commander Designate of the Canadian Army Jean-Marc Lanthier, pictured July 16, 2018, arriving at a Canadian Army change of command Ceremony on Parliament Hill. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
PARLIAMENT HILL—In 2014, Maclean’s and L’actualité revealed that sexual assault in the military takes place with disturbing regularity—about five times per day.
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