Canadian Armed Forces
The Canadian Armed Forces has confirmed to VICE News that Minassian served for two months.
Privacy experts worry the meetings could put Canadians’ privacy at risk.
But it's still short of the target that NATO nations spend 2 percent of GDP on defense.
Canada must stop releasing soldiers without mental health treatment in place, says military watchdog
Ombudsman Gary Walbourne raised the issue in the wake of last week’s deaths of a veteran and his family in an apparent murder-suicide.
Afghan veteran Cpl. Lionel Desmond, who was found dead with wife, mother, and daughter on Wednesday, was suffering from PTSD and had trouble finding help.
The Canadian Training Assistance Team is part of Canada's reformulated mission to counter IS.
New survey from Statistics Canada found that Canadian soldiers were almost two times more likely to endure sexual assault than the general population.
The report says 18 soldiers took their own life in 2015
While police and politicians hail the anti-pot effort as key to curbing organized crime and keeping communities safe, there’s questions about its effectiveness especially as the drug will be legalized next year.
The cards are in response to a damning report issued last year on sexual misconduct in the military. Exploitation of power imbalances, date rape, and violent sexual assault were all common stories told by current and former Canadian Forces members.
Drones don't win hearts and minds.
Canada is alone amongst its major military allies in lacking drone capabilities. In recent years, Ottawa has leased drones from the Israelis to conduct reconnaissance missions in Afghanistan.