Small fish in a big pond: Future of navy lies in balance of defence review

Officials must decide whether the Royal Canadian Navy will retain its ability to have even 'relative prominence' overseas.

DND Photo: Cpl Chris Ringius
Lt(N) Serge Sabourin uses binoculars during Op Qimmiq, Aug. 28, 2014.
Marie-Danielle Smith
Published: Wednesday, 01/27/2016 12:00 am EST

An upcoming defence review will necessitate a hard look at what capabilities the Canadian military wants to maintain or develop in the future. 

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