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The decline of Canada’s defence aviation industry

Opinion|By Richard Shimooka
If the government is serious in its desire to sustain the aerospace, and defence aerospace industry, it must do so through a well-reasoned and resourced strategy.
Opinion|By Richard Shimooka
While the DND leadership put forward what it believed to be the best approach, based on existing government policy, Mark Norman’s advice itself changed what government policy was.
Opinion|By Richard Shimooka
The Liberal government’s fundamental flaw is that it has sought to oversee a fair competition where none is possible.
Opinion|By Richard Shimooka
It addresses not what Canada actually needs to do the job at hand, but how much is required to satisfy its partners that it’s making a sufficient contribution.
Opinion|By Richard Shimooka
A competition makes political sense, but wouldn’t substantively change the result or the cost to Canada.
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