Gen. Jonathan Vance denies the allegations of inappropriate behaviour and says he has been a “champion” and “friend” to Maj. Kellie Brennan. Continue reading
Marc-André Cossette is an investigative producer with Global News’ Ottawa Bureau.
Prior to joining Global in July 2020, he spent two years covering federal politics as a reporter with CPAC.
He also previously worked with the CBC, most recently as a reporter with CBC Ottawa and as an associate producer with Power & Politics.
In summer 2017, Marc-André was a CBC Joan Donaldson scholar, producing for the CBC’s Parliamentary Bureau, CBC Manitoba and CBC News Network.
He graduated from Carleton University’s Master of Journalism program in fall 2017.
Before making the switch to journalism, Marc-André worked as an immigration policy analyst with the federal government. He also holds an MA in political studies from Queen’s University.
Military police announced last week they had opened an investigation into allegations of inappropriate behaviour by Gen. Jonathan Vance. Continue reading →
Canada’s chief of defence staff had vowed there would be an investigation into allegations that his predecessor, Gen. Jonathan Vance, engaged in inappropriate behaviour. Continue reading →
Gen. Jonathan Vance is facing allegations of inappropriate behaviour with two female subordinates. He denies any allegations of inappropriate behaviour. Continue reading →
It comes after exclusive reporting by Global News into allegations that former chief of defence staff Gen. Jonathan Vance engaged in inappropriate behaviour. Continue reading →
Former chief of defence staff Gen. Jonathan Vance announced his plans to resign last summer after the PMO did not recommend him for a top military post with NATO. Continue reading →
The Canada Border Services Agency has turned away a total of 31,231 foreign nationals trying to enter Canada during the coronavirus pandemic between March 2020 and Jan. 6, 2021. Continue reading →
The U.S. presidential election could cause turmoil. Here’s how Canada is preparing. Continue reading →