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Jeffrey F. Collins

Defence Minister Anita Anand is pictured in Ottawa on Jan. 26. The federal government should accelerate a final report before the end of the parliamentary session that identifies all capabilities required for North American defence and eastern European deterrence from Russian threats so procurement can start, write Gray Shanahan and Jeffrey F. Collins. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Defence Minister Anita Anand is pictured in Ottawa on Jan. 26. The federal government should accelerate a final report before the end of the parliamentary session that identifies all capabilities required for North American defence and eastern European deterrence from Russian threats so procurement can start, write Gray Shanahan and Jeffrey F. Collins. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY JEFFREY F. COLLINS | January 26, 2022
The mandate letters for Defence Minister Anita Anand, left, and Procurement Minister Filomena Tassi had one glaring absence: the end of the six-decade-old multi-department defence procurement system in favour of a new single entity, Defence Procurement Canada, writes Jeffrey F. Collins. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY JEFFREY F. COLLINS | January 26, 2022
Opinion | BY JEFFREY F. COLLINS | January 26, 2022
The mandate letters for Defence Minister Anita Anand, left, and Procurement Minister Filomena Tassi had one glaring absence: the end of the six-decade-old multi-department defence procurement system in favour of a new single entity, Defence Procurement Canada, writes Jeffrey F. Collins. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY JEFFREY F. COLLINS | January 21, 2019
A Marine Technician dressed in firefighting gear watches as HMCS Ville de Quebec's CH-148 Cyclone, Avalanche, picks up a crew member while performing a foc’sle transfer during Operation Reassurance on Jan. 12, 2019. With Canada’s estimated $73-billion National Shipbuilding Strategy (NSS), launched in 2010, and Australia’s $90-billion Naval Shipbuilding Plan (NSP), launched in 2017, each country is attempting to implement a rational, multi-decade approach to naval acquisitions. Photo: MCpl Andre Maillet, MARPAC Imaging Services
Opinion | BY JEFFREY F. COLLINS | January 21, 2019
Opinion | BY JEFFREY F. COLLINS | January 21, 2019
A Marine Technician dressed in firefighting gear watches as HMCS Ville de Quebec's CH-148 Cyclone, Avalanche, picks up a crew member while performing a foc’sle transfer during Operation Reassurance on Jan. 12, 2019. With Canada’s estimated $73-billion National Shipbuilding Strategy (NSS), launched in 2010, and Australia’s $90-billion Naval Shipbuilding Plan (NSP), launched in 2017, each country is attempting to implement a rational, multi-decade approach to naval acquisitions. Photo: MCpl Andre Maillet, MARPAC Imaging Services