**Conservatives Provide Real Leadership in Fighting Terrorism** _House to vote on Conservative motion to keep RCAF CF-18s flying_ OTTAWA – Today, the Conservative Party critics for Foreign Affairs and National Defence, Tony Clement and James Bezan, introduced a motion in the House of Commons calling on the Liberal government to keep our CF-18 jets in the fight against ISIS. Later tonight at approximately 6:30 pm, the House will vote on the motion. Clement and Bezan issued the following statement: “It is totally unacceptable that we still have no plan from the Liberals on what our mission against ISIS will look like. Justin Trudeau and the Liberals couldn’t even be bothered to mention it in the Throne Speech. Canadians support the fight against ISIS. They deserve to know why we are stepping back and not keeping our CF-18s in the fight. “Canadians have a responsibility to take part in all three prongs of the international coalition against ISIS, through diplomacy, humanitarian aid, and military action. That’s exactly what our traditional allies like the United States, the United Kingdom and France are doing. “The Royal Canadian Air Force has been working with our international partners to carry out airstrikes against ISIS. Not one of our allies has asked us to reduce our military contribution; in fact we have only heard requests for more robust military intervention. “If the Liberal Party won’t show leadership on this issue, the Conservative Party will step up instead. We call on Prime Minister Trudeau to reverse his position and vote with us tonight to keep our CF-18s in the fight against ISIS terrorists.”