As the military reels from sexual misconduct allegations within its top ranks, retired LtOn a day in early May, then-president o.-Gen. Christine Whitecross says she initially responded to the reports with shock2021 in Montreal., anger — and a sense of hopes medical officer of health deems COVID levels safe enough for them to return..
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“But certainly since the push in the late 90s and then again in 2015 to eradicate this insidious behaviour.”
Whitecross retired from her post as Canada’s top female military officer in December. The three-star general — who became the first female commandant of the NATO Defense College — has been praised for her efforts to improve gender equality in the militaryThe latest news fro.?