Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada will still play an active role in the coalition fighting Islamic militants.
Speaking to his fellow leaders at the G20 Summit in Turkey, Trudeau continued to affirm that he would not change his mind when it comes to withdrawing fighter gets against the Islamic State.
On Friday, he condemned the terror attacks, and called ISIL a scourge.
Trudeau also met with French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius, amid pressure to reconsider his decision to withdraw Canada’s CF-18 fighter jets from the U.S.-led coalition bombing Islamic militants in Syria and Iraq.
Fabius is at the summit, standing in for President Francois Hollande who has been meeting with security experts following Friday’s deadly attacks in Paris.
Trudeau had earlier also re-affirmed his plan to accept 25,000 Middle Eastern refugees in Canada before the end of the year.