‘Committed To Failure’

Canada’s landlocked submarine fleet will have spent more time in repairs than at sea by the expiry of the naval program, say defence analysts. In a critical review, researchers with the Rideau Institute and Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives faulted cabinet for its management of the fleet: “The submarines were badly flawed.”

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