Half a billion dollars and hundreds of airstrikes later, battle still seen as far from over.
A CF-18 Hornet at Camp Patrice Vincent in Kuwait on May 26.
Marie-Danielle Smith Published: Wednesday, 09/16/2015 12:00 am EDT Last Updated: Saturday, 09/26/2015 3:15 pm EDT
Canada's military contributions to the coalition fighting ISIS are comparatively modest, experts have found—although Canadian military capabilities have been making a measurable difference in the fight against the militant group.
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