The economic and diplomatic strings attached to Ottawa’s multi-billion dollar deal to buy the F-35 stealth fighters would make it extremely painful — if not impossible — for a future government to unravel or cut, senior Conservatives insisted Wednesday.

Unlike the EH-101 helicopter deal axed in the mid-1990s by Jean Chretien’s Liberal government, the pending agreement to purchase 65 new interceptors for the air force is a more complex arrangement that carries important risks to Canadian industry and the country’s standing among allies.   Read More…


  1. Ironically, it was the Liberal party that got us in this mess but certainly they are no where near as bad as the others.

  2. There are many ways to repeal such actions. It just takes the will of the party.

  3. Look, the tories are simply out to gouge tax-payer dollars on unnecessaries such as this. They’ve been doing this since the beginning of time. They’ve just gotten smarted on how they can implement it where the liberals can’t then go about reversing it. This is a terrible time in Canada.

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