NORAD chief urges speedy defensive upgrades amid spectre of new Cold War

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Gen. Terrence O’Shaughnessy says Russia’s recent military actions which includes the resumption of fighter-jet patrols in the Arctic after 30 years is an example of the risks facing Canada and the U.S.

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