He was a military lawyer in the Canadian Forces from tospecializing in law of the sea, law of war and operational law matters. We think that will be critical for the future development of CFIA and how it handles the entire industry. In the article, we can read:. He has served as a legal advisor on missions to Bosnia in —, as well as to Afghanistan where he served as the Deputy Task Force Legal Advisor in — advising on a range of operational law issues.
The member said that it is not an issue of playing politics when looking at the past. The problem is far larger than just an isolated disease. Speaker, pursuant to Standing Order 34 1 I have the honour to present to the House, in both official languages, the report of the Canadian delegation of the Canada-Europe Parliamentary Association, respecting its participation in the meeting of the standing committee of parliamentarians of the Arctic region, held in Washington, D.
At the ICTY, he provided international law advice to the Prosecutor and argued at the trial and appeal levels, particularly on matters related to conflict classification, command responsibility, and crimes committed in combat.
We have to start looking at things like that as well. Why is that happening in a society in a day when we have the scientific basis, the knowledge, the communication means and everything at our disposal to deal with it rapidly?
There is nothing wrong with that recommendation in principle. He said that the government is moving forward now. I had about ten experiences with courts martial during th is last war; I am not complaining about what they did-that is not the points- but it does seem to me that there is something well worthy of thought and I am inclined to think that the suggestion I have made may be of value.