Not that long ago, attacking another country’s territory was still seen as a big deal. It was, in legal terms, an act of war, liable to have unpleasant and potentially unlimited consequences, including full-scale war. Very powerful countries occasionally made small, one-off attacks on very weak ones to discipline them, but even that was relatively rare. Read More

Survey findings released in December show sexual misconduct cases in the Canadian military are on the rise. The number of members who were sexually assaulted in 2022 (3.5 per cent) more than doubled compared to 2018 (1.6 per cent) and women experience sexual assault at rates that are more than double that of men. The number of regular force members who agreed sexual misconduct is a problem in the Canadian Armed Forces was 61 per cent, up from 47 per cent in 2018. Read More