Kabul's anti-woman law sees support for war waver
Ottawa should stop sending its soldiers in harm's way in Afghanistan if the Kabul government they're defending persecutes women, said the sister of a Calgary soldier killed by the Taliban.
Tories give nod to Obama's Afghan plan
The Conservative government is backing U.S. President Barack Obama's strategy to help bring peace to Afghanistan, suggesting some of his ideas echo Canada's own plan for the region.
Put aside gifts, send letters to troops
Thanks for the gifts but please send letters to the troops instead, says Canada's top soldier.
Fox News mocks Canadian military
As Canadians mourn the loss of four more fallen soldiers in Afghanistan, a videotaped segment of an American TV talk show where panelists mock Canadian soldiers as slackers is making the rounds on the Internet. Full Story
Terror wears an enigmatic face
After the five years of court battles and 86,000 pages of documents that made up R. v. Mohammad Momin Khawaja, a Sri Lankan-born female hip-hop artist may have the best insight on why Momin Khawaja turned his back on his polite, middle-class Canadian life to become a terrorist.
Diab's body won't arrive until tomorrow
The return of the body of the 112th Canadian soldier killed in Afghanistan has been delayed to tomorrow.