Privacy Commissioner’s Office is failing Canadians
The Langridge case brought a national spotlight onto the Department of National Defence and resulted in significant change to how military families are treated following the death Stuart Langridge. Through public hearings in 2012 before the Military Police Complaints Commission, shortcomings in military policing were better understood, leading to improvement to military police practices and communications with military families. Disappointingly, the Fynes are still seeking closure.
Cpl. Stuart Langridge, pictured Afghanistan in this file photo, committed suicide at the Canadian Forces Base Edmonton in March 2008. Photograph handout