Military spending will undermine autonomy

Canada’s recent increase in defence spending indicates a dramatic shift in policy, said Tamara Lorincz, a member of the Halifax Peace Coalition, at a foreign policy discussion held at SMU on Jan. 21.
This shift, which has seen $14 billion earmarked for national defence programs, could undermine the Canadian military’s autonomy, Lorincz told a group of roughly 20 people seated in SMU’s Sobey MBA building.

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