Strong, secure, engaged: D2-386/2017E-PDF
Canada's defence policy.
“Strong, Secure, Engaged presents a new vision and approach to defence by the Government of Canada. This policy is deliberately ambitious and focuses, first and foremost, on the heart of the Canadian Armed Forces – the brave women and men who wear the uniform. Canada cannot meet its defence needs at home and abroad without the dedicated, motivated and highly skilled people who work tirelessly to defend Canada and promote Canadian values and interests abroad. 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”--Executive summary, p. 11.
|Department/Agency||Department of National Defence. Canadian Armed Forces.|
|Title||Strong, secure, engaged|
|Subtitle||Canada's defence policy.|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
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|Note||Issued also in French under title: Protection, sécurité, engagement : la politique de défense du Canada. The catalogue number (D2-386/2017E) and ISBN (978-0-660-08443-5) for the print edition have been copied in this electronic publication.|
|Number of Pages||113 p. :|
|Subject Terms||Armed forces, National security, Defence policy|
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