As the Canadian Armed Forces continue to regroup and revamp in the shadow of COVID-19, the Canadian military has announced it is postponing the deployment of a warship and surveillance aircraft to help enforce United Nations’ sanctions against North Korea.
The Halifax-class frigate HMCS Calgary and a CP-140 Aurora patrol plane were scheduled to leave this month as part of Canada’s ongoing contribution to the international effort to prevent North Korea from expanding its nuclear arsenal.
HMCS Calgary will not be heading to the waters off North Korea this month. (HMCS Calgary/NCSM Calgary/Facebook)
Officials say their deployment has been “deferred” for an unspecified …read more
Source:: Radio Canada International