Dion: Canada may keep surveillance, refuelling planes to fight ISIS
from Toronto Star
The Canadian government is considering a request to keep its surveillance and refuelling aircraft as a part of the coalition fight against Islamic State fighters. Foreign Affairs Minister Stéphane Dion recently appeared on CTV's
to explain the potential involvement going forward. "It has been requested from allies to consider to continue to do that. It's something we may do," Dion said when asked if the planes could serve in those capacities.
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