Canadian military resumes some operations in Iraq after U.S.-Iran conflict

The Canadian military is resuming some operations in Iraq following a temporary suspension of activities last week.

Brig.-Gen. Michel-Henri St-Louis says the military is again flying transport aircraft in and out of Iraq to supply troops there.

St-Louis Is the commander of Joint Task Force Impact, which oversees many of Canada’s anti-Islamic State efforts in Iraq and the surrounding region.

He tells The Canadian Press the military also recently swapped out some of its helicopters that were in the country and due for replacement because of wear and tear.

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