Recent Publications

Recent notable publications, comments, opinions and media appearances (2016-2021)

2021

Publications by members of the MDLO team

Other comments, opinions, and media appearances

  • Jacques Gallant, "Liberals and Bloc shut down probe of allegations of sexual misconduct in Canada’s military", The Toronto Star, (12 April 2021). Click here.

  •  David Pugliese, "Analysis: Canadian navy inquiry into bondage comments by senior officers shows military can’t be trusted to investigate itself: critics: Details about the case involving the bondage comments were revealed last month to the Commons defence committee by Lt. Cmdr. Raymond Trotter", The Ottawa Citizen, (12 April 2021). Click here.

  • Jean-Louis Fortin, "Notre armée, pour les autres?" L:e Journal de Montréal, (10 April 2021). Click here.

  • Murray Brewster, "Contradictions pile up in the federal government's approach to military misconduct", CBC News, (8 April 2021). Click here.

  • Ashley Burke & Kristen Everson, "Une enquête sur les allégations de viol visant le vice-amiral Haydn Edmundson", Radio-Canada, (1 April 2021). Click here.

  • Anne Caroline Desplanques, "L’armée peine à recruter et à garder les femmes: Les violences sexuelles minent l’atteinte des objectifs établis par les militaires", Le Journal de Montréal, (29 March 2021). Click here.

  • Benoît Dutrizac, "Les femmes n'ont pas confiance en l'armée et le système de justice militaire, dit Michel Drapeau", QUB Radio, (29 March 2021). Click here. 

  • Jacques N. Godbout, "La défense dans la tourmente: ne jetons pas le bébé avec l’eau du bain, dit Jody Thomas, il faudra peut-être sacrifier une génération déclare à l’opposé Me Michel Drapeau", 45e Nord, (27 March 2021). Click here.

  • Jacques N. Godbout, "Révélations, scandales: le système de justice militaire s’effondre, deux éminents juristes pressent le gouvernement d’agir", 45e Nord, (24 March 2021). Click here.

  • Mélanie Marquis, "Ce n'était pas la pire agression, mais c'était la dernière", La Presse, (22 March 2021). Click here.

  • Jacques Gallant, "Defence minister knew of allegations against military's top official years ago. So what happened?", The Standard, (19 March 2021). Click here.

  • Amanda Coletta, "Sexual misconduct allegations against top commanders rock Canada's military", The Washington Post, (19 March 2021). Click here.

  • Charlie Pinkerton, "Privacy concerns complicate vaccine passports", iPolitics, (15 March 2021). Click here.

  • Murray Brewster & Ashley Burke, "Former soldier expected to plead guilty in high-profile sexual assault involving subordinate", CBC News  (14 March 2021). Click here.

  • CBC News, "Former military member says ‘inspector general is needed’ to deal with sexual misconduct allegations", (13 March 2021). Click here to watch.

  • Mélanie Marquis, "Procès d'un militaire pour agression sexuelle: Stéphanie Raymond peut enfin crier victoire", La Presse, (12 March 2021). Click here.

  • Rachel Ward, "Commanding officers interfered in sexual assault investigations, retired military police officer says", The Fifth Estate by CBC News, (11 March 2021). Click here.

  • "Broken honour: Sexual misconduct in the military", The Fifth Estate by CBC, (12 March 2021) Click here to watch.​

  • Amanda Connolly, "Trudeau says his office knew in 2018 a Vance allegation was passed to officials", Global News, (10 March 2021). Click here.

  • Lee Berthiaume, "Justin Trudeau dit que son personnel savait dès 2018", The Canadian Press, (10 March 2021). Click here.

  • Murray Brewster, "Ghosts of scandals past stalk Canadian military as sexual misconduct fallout grows", CBC News, (10 March 2021). Click here.

  • CBC News / Radio-Canada, "Un autre haut gradé militaire visé par des allégations de comportement inapproprié", (9 March 2021). Click here.

  • Ashley Burke, "Military commander in charge of human resources facing claims of inappropriate behaviour", CBC News, (9 March 2021). Click here.

  • CPAC, "L'Essentiel: Inconduites sexuelles dans les Forces armées canadiennes", 9 March 2021. Click here to watch.

  • Justin Tang, "Un autre haut gradé militaire visé par des allégations de comportement inapproprié", La Presse canadienne, (9 March 2021). Click here.

  • Samantha Wright Allen, "Military’s investigative arm ‘uniquely poised’ to probe allegations at the top, says officer, but critics question its independence", The Hill Times, (5 March 2021). Click here. 

  • Murray Brewster, "Sajjan had duty to pursue misconduct claim against Vance, say former military members" CBC News, (5 March 2021). Click here. 

  • Lee Berthiaume, "Former military ombudsman to testify as committee digs into Vance allegations", The Canadian Press, (3 March 2021). Click here.

  • Mike Lapointe, "MPs, experts reeling following Vance allegations, McDonald's voluntary departure from top military post", The Hill Times, (1 March 2021). Click here.

  • Mélanie Marquis, "Une crise majeure", La Presse, (26 February 2021). Click here.

  • Ian Austen, "Canada's Top Military Officer Steps Aside Amid Investigation", The New York Times, (25 February 2021). Click here.

  • Lee Berthiaume, "Military reeling as new defence chief steps aside amid allegations of misconduct", CTV News, (25 February 2021). Click here.

  • Robert Fife, "Admiral Art McDonald steps aside as defence chief amid investigation into misconduct allegations, The Globe and Mail, (25 February 2021). Click here.

  • Agence QMI, "L’armée canadienne encore dans l’embarras après une deuxième enquête contre un dirigeant", Le Journal de Montréal, (25 February 2021). Click here.

  • Bob Komsic, "New Top Military Commander Steps Down Amid Sexual Misconduct Allegations", Zoomer Radio, (25 February 2021). Click here.

  • Sean Boynton & Amanda Connolly, "Conservatives call on defence minister Sajjan to show he acted on Vance allegations", Global News, (23 February 2021). Click here.

  • David Pugliese, "Sexual misconduct allegations against Gen. Jon Vance show need for independent investigative body, committee hears", Ottawa Citizen, (22 February 2021). Click here.

  • Michael Fraiman, "The House of Commons takes a stand on the G-word", Maclean's Magazine, (22 February 2021). Click here.

  • Samantha Wright Allen, "Independent investigation into military, Vance allegations 'necessary' to rebuild credibility, says former Supreme Court justice Deschamps", The Hill Times, (22 February 2021). Click here.

  • Michel W. Drapeau, at House of Commons, 43rd Parliament, 2nd Session, "Addressing Sexual Misconduct Issues in the Canadian Armed Forces, Including the Allegations Against Former Chief of the Defence Staff Jonathan Vance". Meeting 16, (22 February 2021). Click here.

  • Murray Brewster, "Government probe into Vance allegations ended when ombudsman refused to hand over info: sources", CBC News, (12 February 2021). Click here.

  • Chris Lambie, "Majority of Proud Boys who disrupted peaceful Halifax protest still in uniform, despite new terrorist designation", The Telegram, (8 February 2021). Click here. 

  • Lee Berthiaume, "Military justice system at crossroads as Court hears case on judges' independence", The Canadian Press, (28 January 2021). Click here. 

2020​​

Publications by members of the MDLO team

  • Michel W. Drapeau, "Does 'Canada First' apply to feeding our cadets?", The Hill Times, (30 December 2020). Click here.

  • Michel Drapeau & Joshua Juneau, "Royal Military College, a dishonoured tradition". The Hill Times, (2 November 2020). Click here.

  • Michel Drapeau & Joshua Juneau, "How to fix the Canadian Forces' grievance system". The Hill Times, (15 October 2020). Click here.

  • Michel Drapeau & Joshua Juneau, "Parliament failing to oversee Canadian military", The Hill Times, (31 August 2020). Click here.

  • Michel W. Drapeau & Joshua Juneau, "MGERC SHMEMGERC", (July 2020) 27:6 Esprit de Corps 40.

  • Michel Drapeau & Joshua Juneau, "Time for Canada to abolish military tribunals", The Hill Times, (8 June 2020). Click here.

  • Michel W. Drapeau & Marc-Aurèle Racicot, Federal Access to Information and Privacy Legislation Annotated 2021, Thomson Reuters Canada Ltd (Carswell), Toronto, 2020. 

Other comments, opinions, and media appearances

  • David Burke, "Canadian military police see increase in reporting of alleged sex crimes involving young people", CBC News, (3 December 2020). Click here.

  • Pierre Donais, "Célébrations à Ottawa pour le jour du souvenir", TVA Direct, (11 November 2020). Click here.

  • Marnie Dunsmore, "Truth, duty, valour, and don’t get caught: Canada’s military colleges need real reform" The Hill Times, (9 November 2020). Click here.

  • Murray Brewster, "Military members who report sexual misconduct still say they're being dismissed by chain of command: report", CBC News, (22 October 2020). Click here.

  • Lee Berthiaume, “Canada’s military justice system faces constitutionality issues, leaving cases in limbo”, The Canadian Press, (16 October 2020). Click here.

  • Lee Berthiaume, “Courts martial in limbo as Canada’s military justice system faces new challenge”, The Canadian Press, (16 October 2020). Click here. ​

  • Jason Proctor, “Sexual assault charges stayed as questions of independence rock military justice system”, CBC News, (4 October 2020). Click here.

  • Camille Laurin-Desjardins, "<C'est du jamais vu>: une décision pourrait paralyser la Cour martiale!", Droit-Inc., (8 September 2020). Click here.

  • Louis-Samuel Perron, "Une décision exceptionnelle risque de paralyser la justice militaire", La Presse, (4 September 2020). Click here.

  • Roy Green, "Roy Green: Opportunity awaits Erin O'Toole", Global News, (28 August 2020). Click here. 

  • Roy Green, “Roy Green: Could there be a pre-Christmas election for Erin O’Toole and the Conservatives?”, Global News, (14 September 2020). Click here.

  • David Pugliese, “Defence minister has the power to release info about dead child molester, legal experts say”, Ottawa Citizen, (1 September 2020). Click here.

  • Karen Pauls, "Canadian military says new hateful conduct policy will help weed out extremists from the ranks", CBC News, (16 July 2020). Click here.​​

  • La rédaction, "Après un désaveu en Cour fédérale, retrait de toutes les accusations contre le juge militaire en chef", 45e Nord.ca, (12 March 2020). Click here.

  • Karen Pauls, "Canadian military works to define <hateful conduct> to help it detect and discipline extremists", CBC News, (17 February 2020). Click here.

  • Theo Malhotra, “Right-Wing Extremism in the Canadian Military”, McGill J Pol Stud, (23 February 2020). Click here.

  • “Military ‘a prime target’ for extremists”, CBC News, (13 February 2020). Click here. 

2019

Publications by members of the MDLO team

  • Michel Drapeau, "Un grand ménage s’impose après le procès avorté du juge Dutil", 45e Nord.ca (20 June 2019). Click here.

  • Joshua Juneau, "Auditor General's Office being ignored on Defence file", The Hill Times, (18 February 2019). Click here.

  • Michel W. Drapeau & Marc-Aurèle Racicot, Federal Access to Information and Privacy Legislation Annotated 2020, Thomson Reuters Canada Ltd (Carswell), Toronto, 2019. 

Other comments, opinions, and media appearances

  • Ashley Burke, "Most cases of extremist conduct in Canadian military don't end in discipline, says document", CBC News, (19 December 2019). Click here.

  • TVA Nouvelles, "Qui sont les militaires responsables de la mort d'al-Baghadi?", (27 October 2019). Click here.

  • "What are the potential consequences over charges?", CTV News, (13 September 2019). Click here.

  • Lee Berthiaume, "Canadian military faces calls to weed out neo-Nazis, hate group members", The Canadian Press, (21 August 2019). Click here.

  • Stefan Keyes, "Honouring Canada's Fallen", CTV News, (17 August 2019). Click here.

  • Stefan Keyes, "It allows soldiers to mourn", CTV News, (17 August 2019). Click here.

  • Jacques N. Godbout, "Justice: réaffirmation éclatante de <l'exception militaire> par la Cour suprême aujourd'hui", 45e Nord.ca, (26 July 2019). Click here.

  • "Surprised and disappointed: military lawyer", CTV News, (26 July 2019). Click here.

  • Jesse Ferreras & Abigail Bimman, "Canadian victims gain new rights in military courts, they just can't use them yet", Global News, (19 July 2019). Click here.

  • David Pugliese, “Canadian military’s summary trial system is outdated and unfair, says lawyer”, Ottawa Citizen, (19 July 2019). Click here.

  • Lee Berthiaume, "Opposition parties blame Trudeau government for 'chaos' in Canadian military", The Canadian Press, (10 July 2019). Click here.

  • Blair Crawford, “A citizenship judge as Canada Day nears: <You can be whatever you want to become>”, Ottawa Citizen, (28 June 2019). Click here.

  • Émilie Bergeron, "Agressions sexuelles dans l’armée: Plus de 15 M$ pour une opération jusqu’ici inefficace", Le Journal de Montréal, (28 May 2019). Click here.

  • Émilie Bergeron, "Inconduites sexuelles dans l'armée: pas de baisse malgré les efforts déployés". Le Journal de Montréal, (22May 2019). Click here.

  • "Sexual misconduct persists in military despite efforts to curb assault, StatsCan reports", CBC News, (22 May 2019). Click here.

  • Murray Brewster, "Mark Norman says he has <a story to tell> - but can he tell it?", CBC News, (16 May 2019). Click here.

  • CPAC, "In Committe from the Senate of Canada: The National Defence Act and the Military Justice System" (15 May 2019). Click here.

  • Christopher Nardi, "Radio-Canada cache les rapports sur la construction de ses nouveaux bureaux: Impossible de savoir quels sont les enjeux dans la gestion de ce chantier de plusieurs dizaines de M$" Le Journal de Montréal, (25 April 2019). Click here.

  • Carole MacNeil, "Serious crimes and military justice", CBC News, (26 March 2019). Click here.

  • Murray Brewster, "Ottawa could face four class-action lawsuits over $165M error at Veterans Affairs", CBC News, (21 February 2019). Click here.

  • "It's long overdue: Lawyer for veterans", CTV News, (1 February 2019). Click here.

  • La rédaction, "Victoire définitive de 100 millions $ pour les vétérans dans le recours collectif Toth", 45e Nord.ca, (1 February 2019). Click here.

  • "Codenames used to <camouflage> and <deceive>", CBC News, (30 January 2019). Click here.

  • Murray Brewster & Kathleen Harris, "Top military commander says <codenames> are really routine military jargon", CBC News, (30 January 2019). Click here.

  • "Power Play: Pre-trial for Mark Norman continues", CTV News, (29 January 2019). Click here.

  • Murray Brewster, "Two probes launched into claims that military blocked information requests in Norman case", CBC News, (29 January 2019). Click here.

  • "Soldiers suffer frostbit during winter training", CBC News, (27 January 2019). Click here.

2018

Publications by members of the MDLO team

  • Michel Drapeau, "Auditor general’s report on sexual misconduct in military: another canon shot, new signal of distress", The Hill Times, (26 November 2018). Click here.

  • Michel Drapeau, “Rapport du VG sur Op Honour: autre coup de canon, nouveau signal de détresse », 45e Nord, (20 November 2018). Click here.

  • Michel W. Drapeau, "Modernization of courts martial: matter of priority", The Hill Times, (15 October 2018). Click here.

  • Michel Drapeau, « Le «casernement» des Cours martiales est contraire aux principes d’une saine justice”, 45e Nord.ca (26 July 2018). Click here.

  • Joshua Juneau & Michel Drapeau, "Military rights to be affected by prorogation", The Hill Times, (23 July 2018). Click here.

  • Michel Drapeau, "Le ministère de la Défense nationale abuse du privilège de juridiction", 45e Nord.ca (29 May 2018). Click here.

  • Joshua Juneau & Michel Drapeau, "Sajjan deserves applause for 'transformational' military justice reforms", The Hill Times, (14 May 2018). Click here.

  • Michel Drapeau, "Un réel renouveau, inimaginable il y a quelques mois encore, du système judiciaire militaire”, 45e Nord.ca, (10 May 2018). Click here.

  • Joshua Juneau, "Privacy Commissioner's Officer is failing Canadians", The Hill Times, (23 April 2018). Click here.

  • Joshua Juneau & Michel Drapeau, "Time for Parliament to legislate control over Canada's military criminal justice system", The Hill Times, (15 January 2018). Click here.

  • Michel W. Drapeau & Marc-Aurèle Racicot, Federal Access to Information and Privacy Legislation Annotated 2019, Thomson Reuters Canada Ltd (Carswell), Toronto, 2018. 

 

Other comments, opinions, and media appearances

  • Murray Brewster, "<Alarmed> and <disgusted>: Vance erupts over report that DND evaded information requests on Mark Norman", CBC News, (21 December 2018). Click here.

  • "Liberal Party moves fundraiser with Trudeau from military base", The Canadian Press, (11 December 2018). Click here.

  • Murray Brewster, "Cases adjourned, charges withdrawn as military struggles with constitutionality of courts martial", CBC News, (5 December 2018). Click here.

  • Dan Taekema, "Fear, reprisal and blame follow female soldiers who report sexual misconduct", CBC News, (28 November 2018). Click here.

  • Christopher Nardi, "Militaires expulsés pour inconduite sexuelle: Depuis trois ans, l’armée canadienne a libéré 74 membres et en a retiré 47 d’un poste de commandement", Le Journal de Montréal, (13 November 2018). Click here.

  • "Trump says torture <absolutely> works", CBC News, (4 November 2018). Click here.

  • Lee Berthiaume, "Court drops bomb by ruling against constitutionality of military justice system", The Canadian Press, (28 September 2018). Click here.

  • Murray Brewster, "Mark Norman's military corruption trial will play out during the 2019 election campaign", CBC News, (3 September 2018). Click here.

  • Patrick Cain, "Canada's last military prison costs $2M a year. About half the time, it has no prisoners", Global News, (23 May 2018). Click here. 

  • Murray Brewster, "Ottawa overhauling military justice system to give victims a larger role", CBC News, (10 May 2018). Click here.

  • CPAC, "In Committee from the Senate of Canada: Sexual Harassment in the Canadian Military" (30 April 2018). Click here.

  • Rosa Marchitelli, "Former recruit's alleged torture getting fresh look from investigators", CBC News, (12 April 2018). Click here.

  • Murray Brewster, "Mark Norman says he's <anxious to get to court> in breach-of-trust case", CBC News, (10 April 2018). Click here.

  • "Power Play: Troubles of the military justice system", CTV News, (11 January 2018). Click here.

2017

Publications by members of the MDLO team

  • Michel Drapeau & Joshua Juneau, "CAF Grievance System: Crumbling to dust", (June 2017), 24:5, Esprit de Corps.

  • Joshua Juneau, "Outgoing JAG firing blanks at critics", The Hill Times,  (15 May 2017). Click here.

  • Gilles Létourneau & Michel W. Drapeau, "Modernization of Canadian Military Criminal Justice", (30 March 2017). Click here. 

  • Michel Drapeau, Amir Attaran & Pat Strogan, "Time for military to get real about the risks of anti-malaria drug", The Hill Times, (13 March 2017). Click here.

  • Michel W. Drapeau & Gilles Létourneau, Behind the Times: Modernization of Canadian Military Criminal Justice, (March 2017).

  • Joshua Juneau & Michel Drapeau, "Parliament should oversee appointment of incoming VCDS", The Hill Times, (30 January 2017). Click here.

  • Michel W. Drapeau & Marc-Aurèle Racicot, Federal Access to Information and Privacy Legislation Annotated 2018, Thomson Reuters Canada Ltd (Carswell), Toronto, 2017. 

 

Other comments, opinions, and media appearances

  • Julia Wong, "Federal government claims no wrongdoing after Edmonton military officer files $8M lawsuit"Global News, (13 December 2017). Click here.

  • Terry Pedwell, "Chief of Defence Staff orders acceptance of sex assault panel recommendations", The Canadian Press, (30 May 2017). Click here.

  • Rosa Marchitelli & Rachel Ward, "<We were tortured>: Recruits starved and humiliated as part of military training", CBC News, (10 April 2017). Click here.

  • "Going to be a costly fight", CTV News, (19 February 2017). Click here.

  • "Lee Berthiaume, "Head of much-maligned military support unit retires six months into job", The Canadian Press(1 February 2017).. Click here.

  • Geoff Leo, "3 Strikes: Sask. government chastised again for handling of GTH document requests", CBC News, (17 January 2017). Click here.

  • Murray Brewster, "Mark Norman, outspoken military vice-chief, relieved of duty without explanation", CBC News, (16 January 2017). Click here.

2016

Publications by members of the MDLO team

  • Michel Drapeau & Gilles Létourneau, "It's time for a civilian review of the military justice system", The Hill Times, (14 November 2016). Click here.

  • Joshua Juneau & Jerry Kovacs, "Veterans' file on track, it's a four year mandate", The Hill Times, (7 November 2016). Click here.

  • Michel Drapeau, "Rash of cadets' deaths at Royal Military College: the need for a coroner's inquest", The Hill Times, (12 September 2016). Click here.

  • Joshua Juneau & Michel Drapeau, "Why's the CF's resistant to transparency, accountability, and oversight?", The Hill Times, (15 August 2016). Click here.

  • Michel W. Drapeau & Joshua M. Juneau, "Summary Trials: Remain unchanged in more than 300 years", 23:4 Esprit de Corps 46 (May 2016).

  • Michel Drapeau, "ATI on a slow descent to irrelevance, giving commissioner order-making power will not fix it", The Hill Times, (4 April 2016). Click here.

  • Joshua Juneau & Michel Drapeau, "Canada's military summary trials frozen in time: Drapeau, Juneau", The Hill Times, (15 February 2016). Click here.

  • Gilles Létourneau & Michel Drapeau, "Parliamentary control of Armed Forces: a matter of national urgency and public interest", The Hill Times, (18 January 2016). Click here.

  • Michel W. Drapeau & Marc-Aurèle Racicot, Federal Access to Information and Privacy Legislation Annotated 2017, Thomson Reuters Canada Ltd (Carswell), Toronto, 2016. 

 

Other comments, opinions, and media appearances

  • Kathleen Harris, "Ex-soldier who investigated child porn in military slams $25K <shut up and go away> money", CBC News, (5 December 2016). Click here.

  • CPAC, "Revue politique" (28 November 2016). Click here.

  • Dominique La Haye, “De la <poudre aux yeux>, selon Michel Drapeau", Agence QMI, TVA Nouvelles (11 October 2016). Click here. 

  • Lee Berthiaume, “Canadian Forces mulling leaving sexual crimes to civilian courts”, The Canadian Press, (9 October 2016). Click here.

  • CPAC, "Revue politique" (6 October 2016). Click here.

  • Jean-Sébastien Marier, "L'appel de l'ex-caporale Stéphanie Raymond sera entendu", Ici Radio-Canada, (22 July 2016). Click here.

  • Murray Brewster, "Military grievance board undercut in case of officer's alleged affair", CBC News, (19 July 2016). Click here.

  • Murray Brewster, "DND resumes inquiry into handling of sexual assault case", CBC News, (22 June 2016). Click here.

  • Cristin Schmitz, “Military appeal court head looks to modernize and improve access”, The Lawyer’s Daily (9 June 2016). Click here.

  • Sabrina Fabian, "Agressions sexuelles: le nombre d'enquêtes bondit dans les Forces canadiennes", Radio-Canada, (26 May 2016). Click here.

  • Murray Brewster, "Military sex assault and misconduct investigations increase in 2015", CBC News, (24 May 2016). Click here.

  • Geoff Leo, " Minister of Justice can't explain why CBC was charged $100k more than CTF for GTH document", CBC News, (18 May 2016). Click here.

  • Geoff Leo, "180 000$ pour des demandes d'accès à l'information", Radio-Canada, (5 May 2016). Click here.

  • Agence QMI, ""Les avocats de l’adjudant André Gagnon souhaitent faire invalider l'appel du verdict", Le Journal de Montréal, (26 April 2016). Click here.

  • Murray Brewster, "Ex soldier acquitted before military court martial but faces $8,000 legal bill", The Canadian Press, (18 March 2016). Click here.

  • Brigitte Bureau & Giacomo Panico, "Canadian military unable to account for all lost weapons", CBC News, (8 March 2016). Click here.

  • "DND release of classified docs a <catastrophic failure>, says retired colonel Drapeau", CBC News, (2 March 2017). Click here.

  • Martin Patriquin, "Michel Drapeau: Ghomeshi, rape in the military and what must change", Maclean's Magazine, (9 February 2016). Click here.

  • Murray Brewster, "Ghomeshi trial could chill military women from reporting crime", The Canadian Press, (7 February 2016). Click here.

  • CPAC, "Revue politique" (1 February 2016). Click here.

  • "About time UN takes stand", CTV News, (14 January 2016). Click here.

  • Murray Brewster, "Canadian war vet faces court martial over rude remark", The Canadian Press, (7 January 2016). Click here.

  • Murray Brewster, “Veteran faces court martial after release”, The Canadian Press, (6 January 2016). Click here.

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