On Target: What Moral High Ground?

By Scott Taylor, editor/publisher of Esprit de Corps magazine When U.S. President Donald Trump met with Vladimir Putin in Helsinki on July 16, the critics were quick to pounce.  The general consensus from western pundits…

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A way to Russian North tourism goes through Canadian Arctic
Route of the World Oceanic International Flight (Photo by Janna Panova/Livejournal)

A way to Russian North tourism goes through Canadian Arctic

Russian aircrafts explore the region World Oceanic International Flight which was launched in Russia on July 3, 2018, crossed the Canadian Arctic in eight days and is heading further to Greenland. As it became known…

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Canada’s remarks on Crimea
Sevastopol, Crimea, Putin: combined rally and concert (Photo by TASS/Kremlin)

Canada’s remarks on Crimea

A destiny of political prisoners On July 28, 2018, Global Affairs Canada issued the statement reaffirming their attitude towards Russia’s annexation of Crimea and calling for the release of all Ukrainian political prisoners in Russia.…

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Canadian utilities got head start against Russian grid threat
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Canadian utilities got head start against Russian grid threat

By Blake Sobczak, E&E News reporter Last summer, Canadian intelligence officials warned power companies about a menacing cyberthreat to the grid — more than two weeks ahead of their U.S. counterparts. Hackers had hijacked energy-related…

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Canada-Russia hockey exchange
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Canada-Russia hockey exchange

The two countries’ hoсkey interconnections While the Canadian London Knights agreed to an OHL Standard Players Agreement with Matvey Guskov, 2018 Russian import pick; the Russian Hockey Federation and KHL club SKA signed a contract…

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Russian ambassador to facilitate contact between Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Area and Canadian provinces
Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug (Wikimedia Commons)

Russian ambassador to facilitate contact between Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Area and Canadian provinces

The Russian ambassador to Canada, Alexander Darchiyev, reports that the Canadians are interested in promoting cooperation in the Arctic. He has offered the acting governor of the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Area (YNAA) his help in establishing contact with Canada's provinces. Last Sunday,…

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Russia-Canada clash of opinions on the White Helmets
White Helmets Kafrowaid 21-3-2017 (Wikimedia Commons)

Russia-Canada clash of opinions on the White Helmets

Who is who in the Syrian conflict The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation negatively reacted to an emergency evacuation of the White Helmet volunteers with their families from southwest Syria, conceived by…

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Canada-Ukraine ties are getting stronger in the light of the Russian aggression
Outline of Ukraine, based on a UN map of Ukraine and the Flag of Ukraine (United Nations Cartographic Section/Alex Khristov)

Canada-Ukraine ties are getting stronger in the light of the Russian aggression

Canadian funding commitment to Ukraine Canadian delegation, consisting of the Minister of International Development and Francophonie Marie-Claude Bibeau, the Chair of the Canada-Ukraine Parliamentary Friendship Group Borys Wrzesnewsky and the First Vice President of the…

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Why I didn’t root for Russia in the 2018 FIFA World Cup

Separating culture from nationalism in the age of Russian belligerence By George Moshenski-Dubov This article was originally published by The Varsity, the University of Toronto’s student-run newspaper of record. You can read the original article…

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Canadians in a search for a sunken Russian gold
Imperial Russian Cruiser Dmitriy Donskoy (Wikimedia Commons)

Canadians in a search for a sunken Russian gold

The Russian armoured cruiser with a mysterious history was discovered after being lost for 113 years   On July 14-15, 2018, a Canadian marine exploration company, Nuytco Research Ltd., helped discover a Russian navy ship…

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