In-depth report includes detailed analysis of persistent market, its inhibitors, drivers, and opportunities, combined with penetrating technical examination of both flight platforms and payloads. These reports cover a wide spectrum of upcoming military and private industry business opportunities.
The NSICP annual report, which had been delivered to the PM in December 2018, has now been released to the public. It covers topics of intelligence priorities, defence intelligence activities, legal authorities, plus oversight and accountability. Numerous federal departments and agencies were involved: CBSA; CSIS; CSE; Justice; DND and the Canadian Armed Forces; FINTRAC; GAC; IRCC; Integrated Terrorism Assessment Centre; PCO; Public Safety; RCMP; and Transport Canada.
States from outside the Arctic region do not have territorial sovereignty in the Arctic, but they do have rights in respect of scientific research, navigation, overflight, fishing, laying of submarine cables and pipelines in the high seas and other relevant sea areas in the Arctic Ocean. As an active participant, builder and contributor in Arctic affairs, this white paper highlights China's basic positions on Arctic affairs, and elaborates on policy goals, basic principles and major policies and positions regarding its engagement in Arctic affairs.
In a paper from the Canadian Global Affairs Institute, Tom Ring, PWGSC's former Assistant Deputy Minister, Acquisitions Branch, discusses the logic behind the National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy, reviews the principles behind the successful selection process, assesses what the shipyards and Canada received in setting out the strategic partnership, and where things stand today.
(Oct 2010) We must find more effective ways to tackle risks to our national security – taking an integrated approach, both across government and internationally, to identify risks early and treat the causes, rather than having to deal with the consequences. Our approach recognizes that when we fail to prevent conflict and are obliged to intervene militarily, it costs far more. And that is why we will expand our ability to deploy military and civilian experts together to support stabilization efforts and build capacity in other states, as a long-term investment in a more stable world.
The MHMI series is a three volume set of pdfs (with a video) comprised of recommendations for on-scene (prehospital), and hospital medical management of patients exposed during a hazardous materials incident. Vol I: Emergency Medical Services; Vol II: Hospital Emergency Departments; Vol III: Medical Management Guidelines.The MHMI series is a three volume set of pdfs (with a video) comprised of recommendations for on-scene (prehospital), and hospital medical management of patients exposed during a hazardous materials incident.