Today, the Canadian Forces National Investigation Service charged a member of the Canadian Armed Forces with sexual assault under the Criminal Code. The charge relates to a reported incident in May 2016 at Royal Military College Saint-Jean in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Que., involving another member of the Canadian Armed Forces.
Colonel Bruce MacGregor, Director of Military Prosecutions, has announced the appointment of Lieutenant-Colonel Mark Poland as a Special Prosecutor to carry out military prosecution duties relating to the charges laid recently against the Chief Military Judge, Colonel Mario Dutil.
Canada is committed to lasting peace and security, both at home and abroad. Whether it is a commitment to the elimination of Daesh, solidifying Canada’s relationship with its NATO Allies and partners, or being at the forefront of discussions on international security policy, Canada will continue to work with the international community to ensure the protection of rights and freedoms for all.
Defence Minister Harjit S. Sajjan will travel to Rome and Brussels from February 13-15 to participate in a meeting of Defence Ministers from the main force contributors to the Global Coalition against Daesh and the NATO Defence Ministerial Meeting.
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