By ANDRE FRANCISCO
Canada is on the hook for $25 billion worth of F-35 Joint Strike Fighters. As the price for the jets continues to rise while questions mount on the effectiveness of the plane, some Canadians are questioning the process and decision to buy the F-35.
POGO's Winslow Wheeler, the Director of the Straus Military Reform Project of the Center for Defense Information, and defense expert Pierre Sprey appear in this investigative report from the CBC on the history of Canada's acquisition of the F-35.
Andre Francisco is an online producer with the Project On Government Oversight.