Brigadier-General Lise Bourgon, commander of Canada's air campaign in Iraq and Syria, told the fifth estate she had no knowledge of any Canadian link to those allegations.
OTTAWA — Prime Minister Stephen Harper will present a motion to the House of Commons on Tuesday seeking a one-year extension
While the friendly fire incident that led to the death of Canadian soldier Sgt. Andrew Doiron was "a mistake, obviously," Canada's
UPDATE: March 8 — Sgt. Andrew Joseph Doiron's family released the following statement on the soldier's death: "Our son gave
Prime Minister Stephen Harper has accused the Liberal leader who aims to replace him of harbouring a "deep distrust" of the
New Democrat defence critic Jack Harris has lodged a formal complaint against Prime Minister Stephen Harper for providing
Do the jihadists Canada and her allies are combating in Iraq have weapons of mass destruction or are they capable of manufacturing
It's too soon to put numbers to the cost of Canada's mission against ISIS in Iraq, Defence Minister Rob Nicholson told MPs
A Conservative Senator took a shot at Justin Trudeau and his late father after the Liberal leader announced his party would
The Canadian Forces situation is dire. Our compensation system woefully decrepit. Our government spends 1 per cent of the GDP on defense on par with Lithuania and Latvia. The equipment that soldiers use is in such a poor state that the probability of sustaining casualties is much higher. Casualties that veterans affairs can't possibly handle given the current state the department is in. The truth of the matter is Canada is about as ready for another war as the Hapsburgs were in 1914. I implore upon those deploying to Iraq to take care. I understand how much you want to deploy. You must understand that the current government support to you are hollow promises and even though you have given a blank cheque for this country the feeling is far from mutual if you return home missing pieces.