Given the time span, I figure there's enough shame here for everyone:
Arming the World
A closer look at Canada's growing military exports
Canada's military exports have soared in the past decade, a CBC News investigation has found, yet the federal government has not released an annual report on exports of arms and high tech military goods for four years...
CBC News found that military exports rose 3.5 times between 2000 and 2006. And according to the most recent report by the U.S. Congressional Research Service, Canada was the sixth biggest supplier of arms to the world in 2006.
And our customers? Why, it's a veritable who's who of the fascistista:
During this period, the United States was Canada's biggest customer, with $2 billion in sales. Saudi Arabia took second place, at $527 million. Iraq bought $17 million dollars in military arms. And Canada sold arms and military products to more than 80 countries, including Egypt and China.
*Sniff*. I'm so proud of my country.