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According to statistics obtained through Canada’s Access to Information Act, military police have received between 134 and 201 complaints of sexual assaults every year since 2000. Most specialists agree that hundreds of other cases are not reported.Statistics Canada estimates that only one in 10 cases of sexual assault is reported to authorities.David Yurczyszyn was demoted to captain after a military judge found him guilty of sexual assault and drunkenness.Yurczyszyn was, until last year, a commanding officer at the Canadian Forces base in Wainwright, Alta.Twenty-five years ago, Canada was ahead of its time.It was one of the first countries to allow women to fight in combat.Yet the whole time, she was actually waging a private war. “I think about the attacks all the time, 24 hours a day. “This is going to cost you your career,” one told her after she had warded off his drunken advances in a bar.
The 51-year-old, from Sherbrooke, Que., spent half her life in the Canadian Forces. The first time it happened, Gauthier had been serving for barely a year. A bus driver raped her in a bedroom on the Saint-Hubert military base. He grabbed her head, forced it between his legs and told her he would let her go if she performed oral sex. I’m married with four kids.” When she turned around, she couldn’t believe her eyes. Every time it happened, she had the same suffocating, primal terror.
Ten per cent of complaints are filed by army cadets.
And the problem touches every level of the military hierarchy: last month, Maj.
Some of the main trouble spots are garrisons where large numbers of soldiers live in close quarters in barracks during their training.
Over the last decade, the Borden military base in Ontario—always swarming with young soldiers learning skilled trades—had the highest number of sexual assault complaints.