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Philippines' President Duterte to scrap war games with US
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said joint military exercises of Filipino and American troops next week will be the last such drills, although his foreign secretary quickly said the decision was not final. Duterte made the comments while addressing
Edmonton army captain faces long list of criminal charges
CBC News has learned Captain Malcolm Grace is accused of conducting a seven-year campaign of terror against a woman who's identity is protected by a publication ban. A one-day preliminary inquiry will be heard in Wainwright Thursday.
Backroom battle underway over new frigate design data
A key battle that could shape the future of the navy's multi-billion dollar frigate replacement program has been playing out behind-the-scenes in Ottawa this week. At stake is a demand by the federal government that warship designers sign over access to a
Navy battles mould in frigate ventilation systems
Many of Canada's patrol frigates have been fighting a battle against mouldy air-conditioning and ventilation systems. The former sailor who tried to raise the alarm says a multibillion-dollar refit of the warships has failed to completely address the heal
Britain lifts ban on women serving in frontline combat roles
Britain is lifting a ban on women serving in frontline combat roles in the army, Prime Minister David Cameron announced Friday. Until now British women have been able to serve as fighter pilots, sailors and submariners but not in infantry or armoured corp
Liberals miss membership payment to stay in F-35 consortium
The Trudeau government is late in paying its membership dues to the club of nations developing the F-35 stealth fighter, as questions are raised about whether the Liberals will copy the Tories and go down the sole-source road with another aircraft.
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