Or did we just not know enough?
Newsmaker, Jan 20: The troubled Japanese national now a captive of Islamic State
Lt.-Gen. Jonathan Vance has critics fearing Canada is being dragged further into direct combat operations
War is war, and we’ve been in one ever since Canadian forces arrived in Iraq months ago, writes Michael Petrou
The Defence Department says it will provide the latest data since the combat mission began in November
When the Islamic State group swept through the area in early August, its fighters unleashed some of their most brutal atrocities against the Yazidis, killing hundreds
A report by Amnesty International released Tuesday said captives – including girls as young as 10-12 – endured torture, rape and sexual slavery
‘I would say we’ve seen nothing but them being on the defensive,’ commander of Canada’s task force for Iraq mission
For years, Reverend Canon Andrew White worked in Baghdad—until Islamic State forced him away from his flock
OTTAWA – Canadian warplanes have conducted another attack on Islamic State forces.
Two CF-18s Hornets bombed an extremist fighting position about 250 kilometres southwest of Mosul, Iraq’s second largest city.…
Chaos has been contained in Iraq. It could spell the beginning of the end of Islamic State.
The prime minister was on an official visit to New Zealand on the eve of the G20 meetings in Brisbane, Australia this weekend
Canadian laser-guided bomb hit artillery position that had been shelling Iraqi forces, says commander of Canada’s Iraq combat mission
Retaking Beiji, 250 kilometres north of Baghdad, could allow Iraqi forces a base to attack a neighbouring town taken by the Islamic State
Michael Petrou reports from the frontlines of the fight against Islamic State
A senior member of the Syrian says Canada’s effort would be better spent on training ground forces than engaging in a bombing campaign
Sources say warplanes have flown their first operational flights, but have yet to carry out strike missions against targets.