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“Openly mocked Canadian soldiers who had to take off uniforms and put on flannel shirts to look like peacekeepers.”

“Liberals played shabby electoral politics with a matter of immense international importance”

When defence ministers from the United States, France, Australia, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom met in Paris this week to discuss strategy in the fight against ISIS, Canada’s defence minister Harjit Sajjan wasn’t among them.

Critics claimed that Canada was snubbed because of the Liberal government’s decision to suspend aerial combat missions against ISIS forces, but Sajjan countered that Canada’s absence from the meeting was no big deal.

U of T News asked political science professor Randall Hansen, director of the Centre for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies at the Munk School of Global Affairs for his views.


Canada was snubbed at ISIS talks – and we deserved it, U of T professor says | U of T News