Russian Embassy in Canada Uses Butina Case to Attack #MeToo and Feminism

By William Echols, source of publication: polygraph.info On Wednesday, December 26, Russia’s embassy in the U.S. tweeted a link to a press release saying Maria Butina had spent 36 straight days in administrative segregation.“All together…

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Being a safe haven for Chechen LGBTI
Justin Trudeau (Flickr/JustinLing)

Being a safe haven for Chechen LGBTI

Canada blames Russia for criminal negligence regarding human rights abuses in the Republic In response to the publication of the OSCE Rapporteur’s Report under the Moscow Mechanism on alleged Human Rights Violations and Impunity in…

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Foreign Deployments – Is there a strategy?

Source of publication: 2018 FrontLine Defence (Vol 15, No 6) At first glance, Canada’s current overseas military deployments may appear rather haphazard with troops situated in relatively small numbers across thousands of miles. Some 500…

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Fight for the Kerch Strait
Following the G20 Summit events, the President of Russia answered journalists' questions (Kremlin.ru)

Fight for the Kerch Strait

Canada calls on Russia to de-escalate tensions with Ukraine On November 30, 2018, during the leaders’ retreat of the G20 Summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau addressed the Russian President Vladimir Putin…

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Interpol through a Russian lens
ICPO-Interpol Headquarters in Lyon, France (Massimiliano Mariani/Wikimedia Commons)

Interpol through a Russian lens

Will Canada advocate for suspending Russia from the global policing organization? On November 22, following the Interpol’s presidential election where the Russian Interior Ministry officer, Alexander Prokopchuk, was one of the candidates who received 61…

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Canada against elections in Donbass
Territorial Election Commission in Donetsk in November 2014 (Andrew Butko/Wikimedia Common)

Canada against elections in Donbass

Russia-backed voting won’t be accepted Global Affairs Canada condemned Russia-backed elections held on November 11, 2018, in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions of Ukraine.As written in the official statement of the Canadian foreign agency issued after…

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Trudeau gives Putin a thumbs up
President of Russia Vladimir Putin with Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau at the Paris Peace Forum’s plenary session (Kremlin.ru)

Trudeau gives Putin a thumbs up

Canadian journalists question the depth of the Prime Minister’s condemnation of Russia’s malicious actions in international affairs Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, was asked about his encounter with the Russian President, Vladimir Putin, prior to…

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Ukrainians in Canada call the Government to act against Russia
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Ukrainians in Canada call the Government to act against Russia

In response to the country’s ongoing aggression against Ukraine On November 8, 2018, following the adoption of additional U.S. sanctions against Russian entities, officials and individuals supporting the occupation of Crimea and interference in eastern…

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