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Originally posted by demonologist842012
reply to post by dainoyfb
America will finishg with the other wars first if Cnada is on the list. Canada is a part of North America and it would be very easy to go to war with, however, I have heard Canada was trying to get rid of its defenses. If Canada gets rid of their defenses and have no way to attack back then they will be very vulnerable to take over.
According to a new study by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, military spending in Canada is expected to hit at least $22.3 billion this budget year, the highest since World War II and a 54 percent increase in defence spending over the last decade.
Defence Minister Peter MacKay announced Friday a $9 billion plan to buy 65 advanced fighter aircraft, saying the military needs the F-35 joint strike fighter jets to "meet the threats of the 21st century."
The federal government also announced this week it has restarted the planning process to build two new navy ships, a $2.6-billion project that's also expected to take until at least 2017 to be completed.
In August, Canada held one of its largest military exercises, dubbed Operation Nanook, in the North. The month-long operation involved more than 1,000 troops.
The Canadian military said in a news release that the purpose of Natynczyk’s three-day visit to Moscow last weekend was “to gain the Russian perspective on a range of issues to improve and develop Canada’s bilateral military relationship with Russia.”
Natynczyk told CBC News after the visit that it was a “good relationship-building event.”
Blimp-like Heavy Lift Air Vehicles will be able to transport cargo across largely frozen areas often inaccessible to trucks, planes and other means of transportation. Discovery Air entered the preliminary agreement as the startup's first customer.
The Department of National Defence plans to develop a new stealth snowmobile for covert military operations in Canada's Arctic, with $550,000 set aside to build a prototype.