History of Canada (1982–1992)

The history of Canada (1982–1992) refers to the period immediately following the early 1980s, and prior to the 1993 resignation of Brian Mulroney the 18th Prime Minister of Canada.

Read more about History Of Canada (1982–1992):  The Constitution, Air India Disaster, Brian Mulroney and Kim Campbell, École Polytechnique Massacre, Oka Crisis, Gulf War

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History Of Canada (1982–1992) - Gulf War
... Canadawas one of the first nations to agree to condemn Iraq's 1990 invasion of Kuwait, and promptly agreed to join the US-led coalition ... UN authorized full use of force in the 1991 Gulf War, Canadasent 3 warships, 2 CF18 squadrons and field hospital with support personnel ... Canadasuffered no casualties during the conflict, but since its end, many veterans have complained of suffering from Gulf War Syndrome ...

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