OTTAWA — Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland says Canada is contributing another $12 million for reconstruction efforts in Iraq.
She says the money will support the rebuilding of critical infrastructure, such as roads, bridges, power stations, hospitals and government buildings in regions freed from the control of the Islamic State group.
It will also help law enforcement authorities and promote women’s participation in rebuilding and reconciliation efforts.
(Please click through to read the rest. But not before watching the video below, from roughly a week before the announcement.)