OTTAWA—Last week, the Department of National Defence conducted a round of media interviews to introduce Major-General Dany Fortin as the new commander of a Canadian-led NATO training mission in Iraq. The prime minister announced on July 11 when he was in Europe for a NATO leaders’ summit that Canada would provide headquarters personnel, four Griffon helicopters, and up to 250 soldiers to form the nucleus of a NATO training base near Baghdad.
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