Military police announced Wednesday that they’ve charged a former senior officer in the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) with two counts of sexual assault.
Former lieutenant-general Trevor Cadieu has denied the allegations in the past.
Cadieu retired in April as an investigation into sexual misconduct allegations against him was underway. He was originally set to take over command of the army last fall.
“The matter relates to incidents alleged to have occurred at RMC Kingston in 1994,” the Office of the Canadian Forces Provost Marshal said in a media statement.
Cadieu confirmed in a statement to CBC News that he’s in Ukraine.
“I have just been advised that I have been
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