Canadian woman freed from ISIS detention camp reunites with daughter in Canada

The woman left Canada in 2014. She said she never intended to join the Islamic State extremist group as it was trying to establish a caliphate across Syria and Iraq.

The 30-year-old woman was met by RCMP officers upon her arrival in Canada on Monday. She was told she'll be under a peace bond which will impose restrictions on her activities.

Her Ottawa-based lawyer, Paul Champ, said his client was not charged with any crime and he doesn't anticipate charges.