Canada’s Liberal Party entered office in 2015 with a promise to correct the previous government’s “erratic” commitment to defense spending and reopen the competition for the Boeing CF-18 replacement.  As Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government enters a reelection campaign three years later, the Department of National Defense now has a long-term strategy calling for a significant increase in spending through 2027 but has been unable to break the cycle of ...

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