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1998 Canada Special Weapons News



  • CANADA AND THE NUCLEAR CHALLENGE: REDUCING THE POLITICAL VALUE OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS FOR THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY Report of the Standing Committee on Foreign Affairsand International Trade Bill Graham, M.P. Chair December 1998
  • Canadian Aerospace Sovereignty: In Pursuit of a Comprehensive Capability by Maj François Malo Ex New Horizons · 1997-98 Department of National Defence (Canada) - Canada needs a more comprehensive air and space surveillance and identification capability. The detection and identification of objects penetrating or orbiting over Canadian territory are critical functions that must be performed if our nation wishes to remain sovereign.
  • Ballistic Missile Defence: Good For Canada by Gordon Heath Ex New Horizons · 1997-98 Department of National Defence (Canada) Should Canada decline to participate in NMD, its continued participation in NORAD could be in jeopardy. That decision could oblige Canada to withdraw from any involvement in missile attack monitoring. BMD through NORAD offers many collateral benefits. Canada's commitment to NORAD would keep the partnership strong and show Canada's interest in maintaining its valuable association with the U.S. armed forces.
  • A NORAD BMD Role in the Next Millennium: Does Canada Have an Option? par Major L. Brian Guimond Ex New Horizons · 1997-98 Department of National Defence (Canada) - Canada faces a critical decision regarding both continental defence and protection of its forces in peacekeeping theatres of operation with the current direction taken by the United States regarding Ballistic Missile Defence.
  • NORAD: A Good Thing for Canada - Should Canada Increase its Support? by Major Dominique Guay Ex New Horizons · 1997-98 Department of National Defence (Canada) -- Should Canada increase its contribution to NORAD, it would reap higher benefits in the area of technology transfer in Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) and space.



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