While the boosters can busy themselves, it’s Harper who would have to defend the system before the electorate in 2015.
Minister’s office instructed that Steve Torino be in delegation, but his group’s name was left out.
The nation’s electronic eavesdropping agency cites hacktivists, criminals, terrorists, and ‘more than 100 countries’ as ‘primary cyber actors of concern.’
Is Mali the next opportunity to pitch an armed drone program as a contribution to both the French campaign there and the US-led war against al Qaeda in Western Africa?
You want close connections to government: Lockheed gets almost 95 per cent of its $44 billion in revenue from national defence spending.
The defence industry is feeling very self-confident these days.
Many defence watchers hope the NDP will be much clearer on national defence than it has been in the past.
The CBC's financial "dragon" Kevin O'Leary recently interviewed me about the Harper government's $35-billion shipbuilding announcement. It was a remarkably calm discussion between me and a fiscal hawk, as we would typically have little to agree upon.
Last week the opposition Liberals stepped up the challenge to the government on the proposed $16-billion program to replace Canada's fleet of CF-18 fighter-bombers with 65 US-built F-35 stealth fighters.