Canada in Russian TV coverage
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Canada in Russian TV coverage

Supporting Ukraine, Canada is getting visible for the Russian audience More than a week has passed since a ten-minute-long TV report on a Ukrainian lobby in Canada was put on the air on TV channel Russia…

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Canada between two fires: a dramatic aggravation of Canadian-Chinese relations

Solyanova Maria, Ph.D., Research Fellow at the Center for North American Studies, IMEMO RAS Canada has changed the level of a security risk for people visiting China from “normal” to “high degree of caution” due…

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Spy games
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Spy games

Canadian citizen imprisoned in Russia In the course of her press briefing on January 11, 2019, Maria Zakharova, Spokeswoman of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, confirmed that the Canadian Embassy in the country would…

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Canadian echo of the autocephaly of the Orthodox Church in Ukraine
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Canadian echo of the autocephaly of the Orthodox Church in Ukraine

Clash of views on religious matters Gabriel, Archbishop of Montreal and Canada of the Russian Orthodox Church Abroad, calls granting autocephaly to the Orthodox Church of Ukraine a continuation of lawlessness initiated by Ecumenical Patriarch…

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Moscow Laboratory: access denied
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Moscow Laboratory: access denied

Russian compliance situation with WADA On January 2, 2019, the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES), together with national anti-doping organizations from Australia, Austria, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Japan, the Netherlands, New Zealand,…

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