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Policy Briefing: Defence Policy Briefing
Lt. Sabrina Martellino, pictured May 17, 2020, from the Canadian Field Hospital, High Readiness Detachment in Montreal, leads her team during a farewell parade performed at Ste. Anne's Hospital in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Que., during Operation Laser. Photograph courtesy DND Combat Camera: Corporal Ene, 2nd Division Public Affairs

Our efforts here in Canada are saving lives

Opinion
While all Canadians continue to fight to slow and stop the spread of COVID-19, it is more important than ever that Canada’s defence policy is based on a long-term vision that features the flexibility to respond to rapid change.
Opinion
Instead, Canada must reprioritize both the structure of Canada’s foreign policy and defence and security framework to define the core capability requirements of Canada’s military.
Opinion
Post COVID-19, the need for Canada to continue its engagement in the Middle East isn’t likely to abate, and the demand for our military expertise won’t fade away either.
Opinion
The accumulation of domestic challenges has prompted some to propose a comprehensive review of the domestic role for the CAF.
Opinion
At the time when we are witnessing geopolitical shifts and a changing global political structure amid a global pandemic, ours is a partnership countries around the world are counting on to safeguard multilateralism and the rules-based international order—and counter any threats to our transatlantic and global security.
Opinion
UN peacekeeping is a good deal, by any relevant measure, especially at a time of crisis like the present. Now is not the time to step back. Missions are needed more than ever.
Opinion
With our allies in the United States and Europe, Canada faces an economic crisis and worldwide depression; apparently long-term government budgets will need massive amounts of public money to boost recovery in critical sectors such as basic income, development, education, employment, energy, and health.

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