#16 The Canadian Military's Radicalism Problem
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#16 The Canadian Military’s Radicalism Problem
We talk with Mack Lamoureux about the ongoing problem of the far-right in the Canadian Armed Forces and what the military is doing about it. And should David Frum have debated Steve Bannon at the Munk Debates?
November 6, 2018

Read Ricochet’s story on CAF soldiers hawking Rhodesian flags.


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