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Sexual misconduct, abuse of power, adultery and secrecy: What I witnessed in Canada’s military

By Karyne Gélinas, PhD Student, Business Administration, Saint Mary’s University
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As a female veteran observing reports of sexual misconduct among senior Canadian Armed Forces officers, I have been forced to make sense of my own experience.

Over the years, I witnessed firsthand the culture of secrecy and adultery that isn’t spoken of outside military circles. Everyone knows it happens, yet everyone remains quiet. The “no fraternization” policy

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