23 mars 2023 | Local, Autre défense

U.S. President Joe Biden's visit puts Canadian defence spendinh and Norad modernization back under microscope

U.S. President Joe Biden?s long-anticipated first trip to Ottawa this week is expected to put the state of North America?s defences and Canada?s military spending back under the microscope.

https://www.thespec.com/ts/politics/2023/03/22/biden-visit-puts-canadian-defence-spending-back-under-microscope.html

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