OTTAWA—Earlier this month, Conservative Party defence critic James Bezan put forward a motion requesting that Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan appear before a House of Commons committee. It was Bezan’s hope that Sajjan could answer questions to Parliament—and, by extension, all Canadians—about the Canadian military’s current and future role in Iraq. Bezan also wants to know where Canada now stands on the provision of weapons to the Kurdish militia in northern Iraq.
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