A defence white paper is needed

While it may have played almost no part in the 2011 election, it is likely that the May 2 vote will have a major impact on defence policy. This will occur because both the Conservatives and the New Democratic Party will try to ensure that the extraordinary transformation voters called for during this election will remain long -ved—at least to the next election in 2015.

Kim Richard Nossal
Published: Wednesday, 05/04/2011 12:00 am EDT

While it may have played almost no part in the 2011 election, it is likely that the May 2 vote will have a major impact on defence policy. This will occur because both the Conservatives and the New Democratic Party will try to ensure that the extraordinary transformation voters called for during this election will remain long -ved—at least to the next election in 2015.

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