Disgraceful: Trudeau Government Refusing To Give Admiral Norman His Job Back

After all they put him through, restoring him to his former role is the least the government could do. But they refuse to do it.

With their attempt to destroy Vice-Admiral Mark Norman having collapsed, the Trudeau Liberal Government is still refusing to make things right.

Speaking to reporters, Norman stated that he would like his old job back as second in command of the Canadian Armed Forces.

Considering that he only lost that role because of the case against him, and considering that the case against him collapsed and he was vindicated, it would stand to reason that he should be given his old role back immediately.

Yet, instead of doing the right thing, the Trudeau government is refusing to restore Norman’s job of Vice Chief of the Defence Staff back to him:

As noted by the Ottawa Citizen, “Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan shot down any return of Norman to the position of VCDS. “We currently have a vice-chief of defence staff and he will remain in place,” Sajjan told reporters. “I understand that Gen. Vance, as his immediate superior, will be meeting with him and discussing the next steps. Once those discussions have taken place I’ll have further advice given to me.”’

Keep in mind, Sajjan and the federal government have the ability and the authority to give Norman his job back. They’re simply choosing not too.

As a result, he is still being punished and is still paying the price for something that never should have happened to him in the first place.

While the Liberals may be hoping this all goes away, the continued mistreatment of Norman and the refusal by the  Liberals to do the right thing means there must be much more investigation into this matter, and those responsible for the despicable attempt to destroy Norman must be brought to justice.

Spencer Fernando

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This is what the Liberals do do best they despise Honesty. They embrace Corruption. As far as Harjit Sajjan who lied and portrayed himself a Hero he should have been fired.


If I were to express my feelings and opinions of Trudeau and his Cabinet, I would be banned from the internet for life. There simply are no words.

Roger Shelswell

Thank God this Trudope dictator and his band of goons will be history in 5 1/2 months and our country will start to recover to normality.

David Henley

Not surprising move on the part of the liberals. What is more disturbing is the lack of any kind of movement on the part of the conservatives. Continued Silence on the part of the so called opposition is just another example of the support given to Trudeau.


That’s our disgusting government for you.

Donald O'Kane

I believe that Admiral Mark Norman should be reinstated, his record be expunged and compensation be extended to him for the hardship and unwaranted treatment he received. All those involved in the dispicable treatment he received should be thouroughly investigated and charged. All redacted material in this matter should be forwarded to those investigating this in it’s entirety unredacted. Any compensation he is given should come from the Liberal coffers and not from the taxpayers who are not responsible. He should then launch a lawsuit against those responsible. We know the federal government will not help with his legal bills… Read more »

Eric Blair

Don Martin, of the CTV news fame and the one with a Cheshire cat smile on his face, penned commentary suggesting that Mark Norman should not get his old job back but be made the the chief of Canada’s defense. General Vance ought to be put out to pasture for his part in this debacle. Now that would be justice!


This is their way of telling him he’s going to be held accountable for his actions.

They’re also saying they can’t trust him to be a good obedient soldier.


Was the goal to just get him out of the way, so the Lieberals could do their corrupt deeds without impediment? Appears he was the only one that could not be bribed to tow the lieberal narrative.