Report recommends reform for RMCs, questions whether they should continue to exist

A new report from former Supreme Court Justice Louise Arbour recommends reform for the Royal Military College in Kingston and in Saint-Jean, and questions whether the institutions should continue to exist as they currently do. Arbour noted that sexual misconduct at military colleges may be more difficult to address than in a civilian environment, and that continuing to perpetuate discriminatory culture will make it difficult for the Canadian Armed Forces to change in turn. “There is enough evidence that military colleges are not delivering on their mandate that I believe alternatives must be explored with an open mind,” said Arbour. The report includes 48 recommendations, 17 of which the government says it has already begun work on. Global News (1)| Global News (2)| Global News (3) Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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