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December 15, 2021 | 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm MT | The Calgary Golf & Country Club, 919-50th Avenue SW Calgary, AB
The Canadian Global Affairs Institute is delighted to welcome Mark Norman to discuss key defence and security challenges Canada faces in the coming years including vulnerabilities in Canada-U.S. security cooperation, the utility and recapitalization of the Royal Canadian Navy, and Canada’s contribution to stability in the Indo-Pacific.
|Vice-Admiral (ret’d) Mark Norman is a 39 year Royal Canadian Navy veteran, retiring from service in August of 2019 after a high-profile public legal challenge. His military career saw him serve at sea domestically and internationally, command a warship, the Atlantic Fleet, the Royal Canadian Navy itself, and ultimately become the Vice-Chief of Defence Staff – the second highest rank in the Canadian Armed Forces. As a CGAI Fellow, Norman explores naval strategy, maritime affairs, defence policy and procurement with particular interests in the Arctic and the South China Sea. Full bio available here.|