Canadian W.W. II Bomber Command vets finally honored with award
Some 55,000 Canadians who served in World War Two Bomber Command are eligible for a new military bar in their honor. Families of those departed can apply for the bar on behalf of their loved ones. About 10,000 of those who served were killed in the war.
Mauritania Says Holding Canadian Linked to Suspected Militants
The North African nation of Mauritania says it has detained a Canadian citizen linked to two other Canadians who died while fighting with militants during an attack on a natural gas plant in Algeria in January.
Canadian Police Confirm Identity of Algeria Attackers, Seek Help
Police on Thursday confirmed the identity of two young Canadians who took part in a violent attack on an Algerian gas plant in January and asked the public to help them find out how the two left the country.
Canadians in Algeria Attack Were Young, From Middle Class-CBC
Two Canadians who took part in an attack by militants on an Algerian gas plant in January were in their early twenties and from middle-class backgrounds, the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. said on Tuesday.
Canadian Suspects in Algeria Attack Were From Ontario
Two Canadians suspected of taking part in January's attack on the In Amenas natural-gas plant in Algeria were former high-school friends from middle-class neighborhoods in southern Ontario.