In an interview with CBC News HERE earlier this week, Canada’s new defence minister Harjit Sajjan said that “ISIS is a threat, no doubt about that. Should we fear it? No. The Canadian population should have full confidence in all the security services to keep us safe.”
That was before the ISIS-organized attacks on Paris claimed the lives of at least 127 people, and struck fear into the hearts of the people of France.
Canada’s new federal government intends to end its involvement in the combat missions in Syria and Iraq. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau provided that order in a November 6th letter to Sajjan, part of a package of so-called “mandate letters” to the new cabinet ministers (as reported by the CBC HERE.)
Canada experienced a terrorist attack on Parliament Hill just over one year ago, an event that many labelled a lone wolf attack. Do you think the country is prepared to handle a full-blown terrorist attack?
Should Canada end its role in the fight against ISIS?