Like the sign says in the china shop, ‘if you break it, you bought it.’ Canada did not break Iraq.
Canadian Major-General Jennie Carignan officially assumed command of the NATO Mission Iraq on Nov. 26, 2019. Scott Taylor asks: when did Canada authorize our troops’ participation in an inter-factional civil war in Iraq? DND photograph courtesy of Cpl. Ryan Moulton
OTTAWA—Almost completely forgotten amidst the avalanche of news concerning the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic is the ongoing conflict in Iraq.
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