military spending

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Ottawa’s red ink leaves little room for defence spending commitments

The federal government wants Canada’s military to cut $1 billion from its budget.

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Canada can’t meet NATO spending target without serious fiscal consequences

After recording eight consecutive budget deficits, the Trudeau government plans to run at least five more.

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Admiral Norman and the cost of military contracts

In fact, $700 million represents the taxes paid by almost 83,000 Canadians.

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Canada’s defence spending has been below 2 per cent of GDP since 1989.