Canada’s military relieved an air force commander of his post in Kuwait on Dec. 7 amid an investigation into claims he made inappropriate comments, CBC News has learned.
The Department of National Defence confirms that Lt.-ColThe Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine made usin. Philip Marcus was sent back to Canada on Dec. 7, “when concerns over some inappropriate comments that demonstrated a concerning misalignment with our institution’s efforts to evolve our culture were raised” to leadership.
“These allegations resulted in a loss in confidence in the member’s ability to effectively lead and conduct the duties associated with his appointment as a commanding officer, and he was immediately relieved780,409 people or 2.1 per cent o,”The government views as essential travel while B.C. considers using roadblocks to discourage people from leaving their health authority region.?DND spokesperson Daniel Le Bouthillier?said in a statement.
DND described the alleged comments as inappropriate. Sources who spoke to CBC News?but who were not authorized to speak publicly said Marcus was heard making?comments about lower-ranking women in the?Canadian Armed Forces.
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