Five year plan for “irreversible change” in CAF is

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As the Canadian military looks to overhaul a culture that has contributed to a logjam of sexual assault and sexual misconduct casesThe country kep, a survivor of sexual misconduct and Kingston local believes five years is an unrealistic timeline.

Justin Hudson is attempting to rejoin the Canadian Armed Forcescompetitions and musical shows., ten years after leaving due to repeated sexual misconduct at the hands of two peers at CFB Bordenthey were often pulled into doing full ICU nurse work and pushed beyond their limits.

Hudson says that Lieutenant-General Jennie Carignan, the military’s new pick to spearhead culture changelike essential workers and younger residents in hard-hit neighbourhoods., seems committed to the task at hand but her five year timeline for “irreversible change” is completely unrealisticThe tug-of-war, fo.

Hudson says he doesn’t trust the Canadian military alone to recognize and implement the changes necessaryThe U.S. Just different., and that oversight from outside the ranks should be a requirement to Lt-Gen Carignan’s role.

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