MLI's latest study and the first in our national security series, To Stand On Guard, has landed in a big way on day one. Author and 25-year veteran of the Department of Foreign Affairs, Paul Chapin, and the study were featured in news across Canada today.

Canada needs a national security strategy to protect itself against growing dangers, both at home and abroad, former diplomat Paul Chapin warns in new paper to be released Monday by the Macdonald-Laurier Institute. (Richard Brennan in the Toronto Star)

The 9-11 terrorist attacks prompted several countries to create thorough plans to protect their citizens, but Canadians remain without a national security strategy nearly a decade later, an international expert says in a new report. (Carmen Chai, Postmedia)
You can see the articles in today's Toronto Star, Vancouver Sun, Ottawa Citizen, Moncton Times-Transcript and the National Post.
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