Canadian soldiers left waiting as arming Ukraine takes precedence
The fact that a $400-million purchase could be made so quickly and expeditiously by the Canadian government to outfit a foreign military, while Canada’s military still does without this same capability, must be a blow to our Army’s morale.
A Norwegian Advanced Surface-to-Air Missile System in 2010. Knowing it was deficient in tactical air defence, the Canadian Army has been trying to acquire new systems since 2017, writes Scott Taylor. Photograph courtesy of Wikimedia Commons