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Canadian defence priorities

Colin S. Gray

Canadian defence priorities

a question of relevance

by Colin S. Gray

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  • 39 Currently reading

Published by Clarke, Irwin in Toronto .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Canada
    • Subjects:
    • Canada -- Military policy.,
    • Canada -- Defenses.

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[by] Colin S. Gray. With a foreword by John W. Holmes.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsUA600 .G7
      The Physical Object
      Pagination293 p.
      Number of Pages293
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5477093M
      ISBN 10077200563X
      LC Control Number73180495
      OCLC/WorldCa1275048

      The Context of Canadian Defence Policy by David J. Bercuson July Page 3 The Context of Canadian Defence Policy in the Caribbean might do the trick as a first Canadian priority that would also serve Canadian interests due to Canada’s strong financial, . The history of defence reform in Canada has been one of a constant struggle to renew both core military capabilities and personnel strengths, while searching for increased efficiency within a limited budget. Indeed, the Canadian Armed Forces/Department of National Defence (DND/CAF) operates on a magnitude and complexity across a broad range of diverse responsibilities unique in Canada.

      They trace the history of the ideas that give Canada's defence policy and defence organizations their unique character. If there is an enduring Canadian strategy for national defence, it is expressed in these papers. Volume 2: Defence Organization is a collection of eight documents on the organization of the national defence : Hardcover, Abridged. The helicopter was on a NATO forces training mission when it crashed Ap returning to HMCS Fredericton when the incident occurred. The Canadian military is looking at hazard pay for.

      The Defence Research Board of Canada, to Jonathan Turner Doctor of Philosophy Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology University of Toronto Abstract The Defence Research Board of Canada existed from to It was created because of. The orders, decorations, and medals of Canada comprise a complex system by which Canadians are honoured by the country's sovereign for actions or deeds that benefit their community or the country at large. Modelled on its British predecessor, the structure originated in the s, but began to come to full fruition at the time of Canada's centennial in , with the establishment of the Order.


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Gray. With a foreword by John W. Holmes. Publication info. The five Defence priorities provide emphasis for senior management and DND/CAF leadership to direct resources to key activities required to address gaps in achieving expected results, to mitigate key risks and to respond to specific Government direction.

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The Canadian Defence Industry and the Defence Market Place. The Canadian defence industry is an innovative and export o riented sector of the Canadian economy.

It consists of well over small, medium and large enterprises spread throughout Canada and punctuated by strong regional clusters and niche capabilities. Canada’s defence priorities & principles: The CAF needs to be funded and properly equipped, and should focus on responding to immediate defence concerns on global terrorism and supporting NATO in Eastern Europe.

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COMMENTARY: Canada’s New Defence Policy: Threats, Priorities, and the Failure to Achieve Long-Term Relevance 2 While the DPR makes a number of important contributions to improving the military’s ability to manage the threats and advance the country’s interests abroad, several of its features will actually hinder its ability to achieve.

This edited volume provides a comprehensive overview of contemporary debates and issues in Canadian defence policy studies. The contributors examine topics including the development of Canadian defence policy and strategic culture, North American defence cooperation, gender and diversity in the Canadian military, and defence procurement and the defence industrial base.

The Defence Policy Review will provide the clarity needed to balance priorities, respond to emerging challenges, and invest appropriately in Canada’s military. To help guide discussions, DND prepared a public consultation paper to inform the public about the role of the Canadian Armed Forces and the issues affecting their current operating.

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