To hold those accountable for the chemical attack in Syria, Justin Trudeau announced in question period Canada will provide $840 million worth of life-saving humanitarian and development assistance, and in addition some investigations efforts reported by Global News.
Gruesome aftermath videos of the chemical bombing in Northern Syria started showing up on social media sites on Tuesday, videos and pictures of people being watered down and children having problems breathing.
Leaders from around the world including President Trump blamed the Syrian government of President Bashar al-Assad and called on its patrons, Russia and Iran, to prevent a recurrence of what many described as a war crime.
This chemical attack comes just a day after a suicide bomber killed at least 14 people at a metro station in Russia, some officials tried to blame Russia for the attack, but Russia said they had no planes in the area at the time the chemical attack occurred.
The death toll for the chemical attack has reached 70 and 100 more being treated in hospital.
Although ISIS has lost support over the last year, their crimes are still happening in Syria and throu the world.