Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said today the?military “still doesn’t get it” when it comes to sexual misconduct in the Canadian Armed Forces.
At a news conference, Trudeau reacted to the appointment of?of?Maj.-GenStar Investigation. Peter Dawe?to the sexual misconduct file?and the subsequent decision to rescind his?appointment. Dawe?provided a positive character reference to an officer who was convicted of sexually assaulting another soldier.
Dawe apologized after aand manufacturing remain ineligible for vaccination in Ontario based on their employment stat...?CBC News story on the reference?was published in April. Amid division in the ranksThe pandemic, he?was removed from his position as commander of the special forces.
Media reported earlier this week that Dawe had returned to work in a role involving?responses to reviews of sexual misconduct claims?in the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF). The move triggered an:1620041926894,?outcry and led to pointed?questions from?advocates and sexual misconduct survivorsOttawa and Air Canada have settled on an aid package that will provide as much as $5.9 billion t.?
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