A highly anticipated review into Canada’s military college system is “about to be launched,” the external monitor overseeing culture change within the Canadian Armed Forces says.
In her second report released Monday, Jocelyne Therrien said the evaluation of the Royal Military College will take one year to complete.
“The review is about to be launched and the panel will have 12 months to provide its report,” she said.
“In my opinion, the process has been objective, including the involvement of a reputable executive search firm to provide an initial list of qualified candidates. The review board will consist of five external members, whose names will be released once the contracts have been awarded. Two members internal to DND/CAF will be part of the review board.”
Canada’s military colleges were called “institutions from a different era” that need overhauling by former Supreme Court of Canada justice Louise Arbour, in her blistering report into sexual misconductin May …