Parliament may have approved a year-long extension to the country's combat mission in Iraq and Syria, but the government is once again refusing to say how much it will cost taxpayers. Nor will it reveal the estimated pricetag for upcoming involvement in NATO's reassurance operations in eastern Europe. More read comments
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- Canada's end game in Iraq, Syria Mar. 28, 2015 2:01 PM This week on The House, with MPs set to vote next week on the extension and expansion of Canada's mission to fight ISIS, we ask Defence Minister Jason Kenney what our long-term objectives are. We also ask former Liberal Foreign Affairs Minister Lloyd Axworthy and Green Party Leader Elizabeth May for their take.