Détails d'une promesse

We will implement the recommendations made in the Canadian Forces’ Report on Transformation.

Trudeau polimetre - 2015
Promesse en voie de réalisation ou partiellement réalisée

Real Change: A New Plan For a Strong Middle Class (page 71)


JUSTIFICATION

September 2019 - This promise remains classified as partially fulfilled. In 2016, the government held consultations in the form of a policy review which resulted in the adoption of a new national defence strategy with stable funding for 20 years. While some elements of the Canadian Forces' Report on Transformation seem to have received attention, it is not clear how other recommendations have been addressed. The available data is in different formats such that it is difficult to compare the recommendations of this report to the actions of the government. The ultimate response to the Canadian Forces' Report on Transformation seems to be the adoption of a new national defence strategy.

SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS

December 2018 - "Size
 23,000 members serve as full-time soldiers in the Regular Force  
19,000 are part-time, volunteer soldiers in the Reserve Force
including 5,300 Rangers who serve in sparsely settled northern, coastal and isolated areas of Canada 
3,300 civilian employees who support the Army  
63 Regular Force and 123 Reserve Force Units in 127 Communities 
185 Ranger Patrols in 414 Communities" - The Canadian Army of Today - Candian Armed Forces

December 2018Annex D: Summary of new initiatives - National Defence

April 6, 2016 - "The Liberal government seems to be moving away from their campaign commitment to implementing the comprehensive 2011 Leslie Report on Transformation. On Wednesday, Defense Minister Harjit Sajjan announced a four-month public consultation process that would help shape the government’s defence review, slated to be completed by the end of 2016." - Herald News

"Strong, Secure, Engaged offers clear direction on Canadian defence priorities over a 20-year horizon. It increases the size of the Canadian Armed Forces, affirms Canada’s unwavering commitment to its long-standing alliances and partnerships, and provides vital new investments to ensure our women and men in uniform have the modern tools they need to succeed in – and return home safely from – operations. This policy transforms how we care for Canada’s military members and their families, from the time of recruitment to retirement and beyond. We believe this is critical to Canada’s security." - Canada’s defence policy – Strong, Secure, Engaged - National Defence Canada


REFERENCE DOCUMENTS

2011 - Report on Transformation 2011 - Government of Canada

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