Canada—Vice Chief Of Defense Staff Resigns In Latest Fallout Over Norman Case

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation | 07/11/2019

The vice chief of the defense staff of the Canadian Armed Forces has resigned, reports CBC News. Lt. Gen. Paul Wynnyk announced on Tuesday that he was stepping down to spend more time with his family. The general said that he had been considering the move for several months. The resignation was also driven by a plan by Gen. Jonathan Vance, the defense chief, to replace Wynnyk with Vice Adm. Mark Norman, the previous vice defense chief, who Vance removed following accusations that the...
 

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