Canada left Out Of Anti-ISIS Meeting

PM urged to do more in fight against terrorism

Canada has been excluded from a counter-ISIS coalition meeting this week in Paris. The meeting is billed as being for significant contributors to the cause and Canada has indicated it will be pulling its fighter jets from the mission, though a date for that has yet to be set.

Meantime, the mother of one of the Canadians killed in the weekend attack at a hotel in Burkina Faso has called on Prime Minister Trudeau to reverse that, suggesting Canada get more involved in the war against terrorism. Camille Carrier, whose daughter and ex-husband were among six Quebcers killed in the attack, says Trudeau needs to do more than just condemn terrorism with words from his mouth.