Captain Robert Semrau faces three serious charges at his Court Martial scheduled to begin later this month, including a second-degree murder change. The charges stem from the events surrounding the conclusion of a battle in Afghanistan.
A few years ago, when I was working full-time in the Canadian Forces, I remember facilitating an all-ranks discussion about ethics. The audience was mainly comprised of Reservists, a young but serious and thoughtful group. Running out of time I proposed a final question: “is it ethical to kill people?” The first response came from […]
There have been three byelections since the 2007 general election in Saskatchewan. The Saskatchewan Liberal Party has only fielded a candidate for one of these byelections. That candidate was Eileen Gelowitz, who ran in the 2007 election for the Saskatchewan Party in an adjacent riding. In 2007, Gelowitz earned 2182 votes for the Saskatchewan Party […]