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Re: Canada's New, Liberal, Defence Policy
« Reply #225 on: June 03, 2017, 12:20:01 »
I am curious: why does the Minister of Transport have to be present at a Defence Policy announcement?
Spaceman Marc was The Architect's fire-team buddy last time around...experience, perhaps?

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Does this also open the door for the rest of the "Public Safety" organizations/Departments/clag?
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Re: Canada's New, Liberal, Defence Policy
« Reply #226 on: June 03, 2017, 15:45:39 »
I am curious: why does the Minister of Transport have to be present at a Defence Policy announcement?

Maybe the Army is finally getting its new trucks.  [:D

Actually, while there is officially no "Quebec lieutenant" to Trudeau jr., in practice, minister Garneau is everywhere and on about every subject where Quebec is concerned. I don't think the MinDef's French is at a level appropriate to field questions on a subject that complex and delicate to the Quebec press corps.

I also would not be surprised to see Mr. Garneau step into the Defence portfolio if our friendly current MinDef makes any further little slip.

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Re: Canada's New, Liberal, Defence Policy
« Reply #227 on: June 03, 2017, 17:20:18 »
Spaceman Marc was The Architect's fire-team buddy last time around...experience, perhaps?

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