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The Hamilton Spectator Resources for military 'just not there'; Government 'clawbacks' are cutting into the muscle of the Canadian Forces
The Moncton Times & Transcript Tasers: retreat a little to advance toward safer use
The Windsor Star Who to blame? The Senate's an easy target
The Montreal Gazette Ode to the Senate; Reform of the upper chamber is Harper's way of deflecting Canadians' attention from more pressing problems
The Chronicle-Herald Time for a strategic retreat on Taser use
The Cape Breton PostRCMP needs moratorium on use of Tasers for opportunity to re-equip and retrain
The Windsor StarSteering shipbuilders toward first-class future
The Calgary HeraldNew ships will boost economy
The Chronicle-Herald Boosting shipbuilding makes sense
Moncton Times and TranscriptA Case for Boosting Canadian Shipbuilding
The Ottawa CitizenSenate Reform is a Mere Distraction
The Globe and MailUnderequipped in Afghanistan: Are high casualties just our bad luck? Think again.
The Windsor StarMilitary needs funding for inevitable surprises
The Ottawa Citizen Joint defence on the Great Lakes: Time to sink or swim
The Hamilton Spectator It's all up to us to ease border crossings; Canadians should wake up and realize they aren't going to get much help from politicians in the U.S.
Hill Times Joint defence on the Great Lakes: time to sink or swim
Calgary Herald That Sinking Feeling Again
The Calgary SunBorderline economics Crossings have become constipated despite supposed deal between Canada and U.S.
The Chronicle-HeraldJammed by design?; Wouldn't a lot of U.S. voters be pleased with a situation - like clogged U.S.- Canadian borders - that might make investors less willing to set up in Canada and more willing to set up in the US
Ottawa CitizenAny Chopper is Better than None
The Edmonton Journal Canadian military still shortchanged; The Conservatives talks the big talk, but the Senate stands on guard for soldiers
The Hill TimesRejuvenating Canada’s Armed Forces: For a Start, Let’s Be Honest
The Calgary Herald Straight talk from the Senate on real cost of Armed Forces
The Globe and Mail Commissioner William Elliott’s Mission, In order to rebuild, the RCMP must get its men
The Fredericton Daily Gleaner Mayday, mayday better be on a weekday
The Moncton Times and Transcript Your ‘Mayday!’ had better be on a week day
The Montreal Gazette Better hope that Mayday! Mayday! Is not on Saturday or Sunday; Canada’s search-and-rescue capacity is in woeful shape and needs cash now
The Cape Breton Post Spending required to bring Canada’s search and rescue to where it needs to be
The Calgary Herald Need rescuing? Wait for a weekday The Sunday HeraldMayday! Mayday! Better be on a weekday!
The Hamilton SpectatorMayday! Mayday! … It better be on a weekday
The Ottawa Citizen We needed to start buying new ships years agoPart 2 of 2
The Ottawa Citizen A naval disaster; If any country needs a strong navy, it's Canada. But our decrepit fleet patrols three enormous coastlines with grossly inadequate funding Part 1 of 2
The Calgary HeraldOttawa in need of new-vision goggles
The Montreal Gazette Stephen Harper is a toy soldier; Our gung-ho PM talks a good game on the military, but he is quietly selling out its future
The Windsor StarCanada Needs to Add Muscle to its Military
The Globe & MailBlind man's bluff: on guard for thee Law and order always plays well, but what about our borders?
New Brunswick Telegraph Journal Security at Canada’s Ports: What Makes Sense?
Ottawa CitizenDefending Canada on the cheap: Even the 'expensive' option to be presented by the military for new spending would leave our forces in worse shape than they are now