Canada to End CF-18 Airstrikes Against So-Called Islamic State Canada is ending its combat role in the air war against the self-proclaimed Islamic State, stopping airstrikes by its CF-18 aircraft by Feb. 22, according to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. But the Canadian military will not be leaving the theater entirely. It will continue aerial refueling and surveillance operations, Trudeau adds in a statement and series of posts on the social media site Twitter.  Canada will enhance ...

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