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"If he is suggesting, Mr. Speaker, that there is any significant legal risk to lawyers from ISIL taking the government of Canada to court and winning — the government of Canada’s view is that the chance of that, Mr. Speaker, are negligible."
Stephen Harper and his defence minister made it clear Thursday they won't tie the hands of Canadian military trainers in
But both the Opposition New Democrats and the Liberals balked, citing the last 10 years of Canadian experience in similar
Harper was to tell Parliament what military contribution his government is prepared to provide in the fight against the al
A request from the U.S. for Canada to step up its involvement in the military campaign against the extremist group, which