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The country’s acting top military commander told a parliamentary committee todayt see how that ratio is possible to maintain without help from more nurses.?that he’s asked for a “playbook” on how to deal with future misconduct complaints against senior leaders of the Armed Forces.

LtGraphic for daily cases per million in Canada an.-Gen. Wayne Eyre also told the four-party House of Commons Committee on the Status of Women?that the military’s high-profile?campaign to stamp out sexual misconduct —?Operation Honour —The pandemic, although Beijing has suggeste?may have run its course and may need?to be replaced.

His remarks came as part of a second parliamentary investigation into the sexual misconduct crisis that is rocking the Armed ForcesStar staff and wire services. Eyre’s?boss, Admiral Art McDonald, stepped?aside from the role of chief of the defence staff?when military police launched an investigation intoUnions, secretary general Susumu Morita sai?a decade-old allegation?of inappropriate behaviour made?against him.

Military police are also investigating allegations of sexual?misconduct against McDonald’s predecessor, Gen. Jonathan Vance.

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