Canada in the U.S.-Russia spy conflict
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Canada in the U.S.-Russia spy conflict

A mission to defend rights of Canadian citizens abroad On February 19, 2019, officials of the Embassy of Canada in Moscow visited a detained former US Marine, Paul Whelan, who holds Canadian, US, UK and…

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Russian prisoners to Canadian believers
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Russian prisoners to Canadian believers

A contract between a Canadian parish and a Russian correction facility By February 2020, Russian prisoners detained in the Arkhangelsk region will build a log Orthodox church which will be further transported and erected in…

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Russ​ian ship was sent off from Vancouver
Research vessel Professor Kaganovsky (Ev9eny/Wikipedia)

Russ​ian ship was sent off from Vancouver

Scientists from salmon producing countries volunteered to trawl for salmon in the Gulf of Alaska  On February 16, 2019, a Russian scientific vessel Professor Kaganovsky put out to sea from Vancouver, B.C., for an international wild…

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A chance to enhance Canadian business in Russia
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A chance to enhance Canadian business in Russia

Moscow Regional Government advocates for localization of more Canadian companies in the region On February 15, 2019, in the course of the Russian Investment Forum, Vadim Khromov, Deputy Chairman of the Moscow Regional Government, held…

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Canadian journey to a Russian peninsula
Ray Zahab at Toronto Pearson International Airport on February 13, 2019 (Facebook)

Canadian journey to a Russian peninsula

A wish to explore the “Land of Fire and Ice” Canadian adventurer Ray Zahab is on his way to Kamchatka, a peninsula in the Far East of Russia, which he intends to cross coast to…

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Canada must be clear-eyed about nuclear disarmament

By Ernie Regehr, chairman of Canadians for a Nuclear Weapons Convention, and Douglas Roche, former senator and Canadian ambassador for disarmament The world is about to lose one of the most important nuclear disarmament agreements…

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The Simons Forum: Repairing the U.S.-NATO-Russia Relationship and Reducing the Risk of the Use of Nuclear Weapons

Rapporteur: Nola-Kate Seymoar, Ph.D. Contributor(s): Bruce G. Blair, Ph.D. Nancy Teeple, Ph.D. Retrieved from http://www.sfu.ca/dialogueThe Simons Foundation Canada and Simon Fraser University’s Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue. (27-28 September 2018).ISBN: 978-1-77287-058-9Preface:The predominant concern of…

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Stemming the VIRUS: Understanding and responding to the threat of Russian disinformation

By Marcus Kolga, Senior Fellow at the Macdonald- Laurier Institute’s Centre for Advancing Canada’s Interests Abroad A Macdonald-Laurier Institute Publication, January 2019.Executive SummaryTruth is a mere nuisance in today’s world of Kremlin propaganda. In the…

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