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Joshua Juneau

Joshua Juneau is an administrative lawyer practising military law in Ottawa.

Opinion | BY JOSHUA JUNEAU, MICHEL DRAPEAU | July 23, 2018
Members of the Operation Presence Mali Force Protection, pictured on July 17, 2018, in Gao, Mali. In some respects, members of the Canadian Armed Forces have less rights under the Constitution and Canadian law than tourists, refugees, or convicted criminals in prison, write Joshua Juneau and Michel Drapeau. Photograph courtesy of DND
Opinion | BY JOSHUA JUNEAU, MICHEL DRAPEAU | July 23, 2018
Opinion | BY JOSHUA JUNEAU, MICHEL DRAPEAU | July 23, 2018
Members of the Operation Presence Mali Force Protection, pictured on July 17, 2018, in Gao, Mali. In some respects, members of the Canadian Armed Forces have less rights under the Constitution and Canadian law than tourists, refugees, or convicted criminals in prison, write Joshua Juneau and Michel Drapeau. Photograph courtesy of DND
Opinion | BY JOSHUA JUNEAU, MICHEL DRAPEAU | May 14, 2018
Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan introduced a bill into the House last week to bring in major reforms to the military justice system, including taking away the power of military officers to impose penal consequences on soldiers without a formal trial. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY JOSHUA JUNEAU, MICHEL DRAPEAU | May 14, 2018
Opinion | BY JOSHUA JUNEAU, MICHEL DRAPEAU | May 14, 2018
Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan introduced a bill into the House last week to bring in major reforms to the military justice system, including taking away the power of military officers to impose penal consequences on soldiers without a formal trial. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY JOSHUA JUNEAU | April 23, 2018
Cpl. Stuart Langridge, pictured Afghanistan in this file photo, committed suicide at the Canadian Forces Base Edmonton in March 2008. Photograph handout
Opinion | BY JOSHUA JUNEAU | April 23, 2018
Opinion | BY JOSHUA JUNEAU | April 23, 2018
Cpl. Stuart Langridge, pictured Afghanistan in this file photo, committed suicide at the Canadian Forces Base Edmonton in March 2008. Photograph handout
Opinion | BY JOSHUA JUNEAU, MICHEL DRAPEAU | January 15, 2018
Canada’s Minister of Justice Jody Wilson-Raybould is also ‘absent in office’ on the military justice file, write Michel Drapeau and Joshua Juneau. Yet, Sec. 4 of the Department of Justice Act gives the minister responsibility as superintendent over 'all matters connected with the administration of justice in Canada,' including the military justice system. The Hill Times file photograph
Opinion | BY JOSHUA JUNEAU, MICHEL DRAPEAU | January 15, 2018
Opinion | BY JOSHUA JUNEAU, MICHEL DRAPEAU | January 15, 2018
Canada’s Minister of Justice Jody Wilson-Raybould is also ‘absent in office’ on the military justice file, write Michel Drapeau and Joshua Juneau. Yet, Sec. 4 of the Department of Justice Act gives the minister responsibility as superintendent over 'all matters connected with the administration of justice in Canada,' including the military justice system. The Hill Times file photograph
Opinion | BY JOSHUA JUNEAU | May 15, 2017
Opinion | BY JOSHUA JUNEAU | May 15, 2017
Opinion | BY JOSHUA JUNEAU | May 15, 2017
Opinion | BY JOSHUA JUNEAU | March 6, 2017
Canada's federal Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould, pictured in a scrum on the Hill. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Opinion | BY JOSHUA JUNEAU | March 6, 2017
Opinion | BY JOSHUA JUNEAU | March 6, 2017
Canada's federal Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould, pictured in a scrum on the Hill. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Opinion | BY JOSHUA JUNEAU, MICHEL DRAPEAU | January 30, 2017
A procurement scandal saw Canada’s second-ranking soldier, Vice-Admiral Mark Norman, the vice chief of defence staff (VCDS), [temporarily] removed from the performance of his duties. This is unprecedented. Despite public appetite and outcry, the CAF has imposed a wall of silence to shut out the very people they serve. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Opinion | BY JOSHUA JUNEAU, MICHEL DRAPEAU | January 30, 2017
Opinion | BY JOSHUA JUNEAU, MICHEL DRAPEAU | January 30, 2017
A procurement scandal saw Canada’s second-ranking soldier, Vice-Admiral Mark Norman, the vice chief of defence staff (VCDS), [temporarily] removed from the performance of his duties. This is unprecedented. Despite public appetite and outcry, the CAF has imposed a wall of silence to shut out the very people they serve. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Opinion | BY JOSHUA JUNEAU | December 12, 2016
Veterans Affairs Minister Kent Hehr has repackaged the issues facing veterans into more manageable parts by establishing six ministerial committees to advise him on specific policy concerns, writes Joshua Juneau. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Opinion | BY JOSHUA JUNEAU | December 12, 2016
Opinion | BY JOSHUA JUNEAU | December 12, 2016
Veterans Affairs Minister Kent Hehr has repackaged the issues facing veterans into more manageable parts by establishing six ministerial committees to advise him on specific policy concerns, writes Joshua Juneau. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Opinion | BY JOSHUA JUNEAU, MICHEL DRAPEAU | August 15, 2016
Canadian soldiers move a rigid hull inflatable boat at the start of an ambush training scenario at the Drawsko Pomorskie Training Area in Poland on Aug. 4, 2016 during Operation Reassurance. Photograph courtesy Captain Mark Ruban, Operation Reassurance
Opinion | BY JOSHUA JUNEAU, MICHEL DRAPEAU | August 15, 2016
Opinion | BY JOSHUA JUNEAU, MICHEL DRAPEAU | August 15, 2016
Canadian soldiers move a rigid hull inflatable boat at the start of an ambush training scenario at the Drawsko Pomorskie Training Area in Poland on Aug. 4, 2016 during Operation Reassurance. Photograph courtesy Captain Mark Ruban, Operation Reassurance
Opinion | BY JOSHUA JUNEAU, MICHEL DRAPEAU | February 15, 2016
Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan. Recently, the Department of National Defence’s plans and priorities report highlighted major recruiting and retention issues with the Canadian Forces Reserves, who are running at 19 per cent below authorized strength. Perhaps this isn’t surprising. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Opinion | BY JOSHUA JUNEAU, MICHEL DRAPEAU | February 15, 2016
Opinion | BY JOSHUA JUNEAU, MICHEL DRAPEAU | February 15, 2016
Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan. Recently, the Department of National Defence’s plans and priorities report highlighted major recruiting and retention issues with the Canadian Forces Reserves, who are running at 19 per cent below authorized strength. Perhaps this isn’t surprising. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright