September 2019 - The Federal government ended the combat mission in Iraq and thus kept this promise in full.
February 17, 2016 - "Canada’s CF-18 fighter jets stopped their bombing in Iraq and Syria on Monday, days before MPs started debating the value of the new military mission against the Islamic State. […] “In accordance with Government of Canada direction, the Chief of the Defence Staff ordered the Canadian Armed Forces to cease airstrike operations in Iraq and Syria on February 15, 2016,” Canadian Forces spokesman Capt. Kirk Sullivan confirmed late Wednesday." - Canadian CF-18s ended bombing mission in Iraq and Syria on Monday, military confirms - National Post
November 16, 2015 - "Over and over and over again, reporters challenged Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at a press conference here Monday to explain his rationale for his campaign commitment to shut down Canada’s bombing missions against the Islamic terrorists known as ISIL or ISIS. And over and over and over again, Trudeau kept coming back to one simple reason. 'We made a clear commitment in the (election) campaign to stop the bombing mission by Canadian jets and to replace it with a role for Canada that was still a serious military role but leaned more towards training of local troops to be able to bring the fight directly to ISIL (ISIS)," Trudeau said. "We have a mandate to do that.'" - Despite Paris, Trudeau won't reconsider: Anti-ISIS bombing runs will end - Toronto Sun