Canadian commander Menard pleads guilty for affair

CBC News

Retired brigadier-general Daniel Ménard, a former commander of the Canadian Forces in Afghanistan, has pleaded guilty at a court martial Thursday in Montreal for allegedly having an affair with another soldier during the mission.

Ménard faces two charges under the National Defence Act in connection with his relationship with Master Cpl. Bianka Langlois.

A former senior military official told CBC News that if Ménard behaved as the charges allege, and did so during a mission, he should be punished.

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