Canada has given some aid money, but could consider a non-combat military operation like the logistical support it gave French forces in Mali.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper at the G20 summit this month in Russia. He announced there $45 million in humanitarian support for Syria.
Khanh Vu Duc Published: Tuesday, 09/10/2013 2:08 am EDT Last Updated: Wednesday, 09/11/2013 10:13 am EDT
United States President Barack Obama may not receive legal permission to act in Syria from the United Nations, but at what point does legality obstruct one’s moral obligation to the suffering of others?
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