It’s time for Canada to deploy targeted sanctions to free our political prisoners

By Gary Caroline, the principal of Caroline Law Corporation; Chris MacLeod, a founding partner of Cambridge LLP; Marcus Kolga, a senior fellow at the MacDonald-Laurier Institute Centre for Advancing Canada’s Interests Abroad Michael Spavor and…

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Russian moves in post-election Ukraine
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Russian moves in post-election Ukraine

Canada’s stand on a recent Russian decision affecting Donbass On April 24, 2019, Global Affairs Canada condemned Putin’s executive order to grant Russian citizenship for Ukrainians from Donetsk and Lugansk regions.By means of its Twitter…

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Canadian panel urges Arctic policy shift

By Matthew J L Ehret, journalist and founder of the Canadian Patriot Review The fifth International Arctic Forum held in St Petersburg, Russia, on April 9-10 not only featured a vision for Russian Arctic development –…

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Paris to decide fate of Russia-Canada gold mine in French Guiana
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Paris to decide fate of Russia-Canada gold mine in French Guiana

By Cecilia Jamasmie, news editor at MINING.com France’s environment minister, François de Rugy, is expected to announce in June the government’s official position on a proposed open-pit gold mine and precious metals industry in French…

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Russia, Canada could emerge as China’s successors following Bitcoin mining ban

By Aakash Athawasya, Cryptocurrency Journalist at AMBCrypto The Chinese Bitcoin [BTC] mining ban proposed by the country’s macroeconomic planning agency riffled the market with FUD, leading many to speculate which country could pick up the…

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Canada-Russia exchange of ideas in the transportation field
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Canada-Russia exchange of ideas in the transportation field

Canadian delegation participated in the first transportation summit in the Russian capital Philippe Schnobb, Chairman of Société de transport de Montréal (STM), took part in Leaders in Urban Transportation Summit in Moscow, April 18-19, 2019.As reported…

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Air communication between Canada and Russia
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Air communication between Canada and Russia

Hope for re-launch According to materials of the Interdepartmental Commission published on April 18, 2019, the Russian airline Nordwind applied to the Federal Air Transport Agency of the Russian Federation for a permit to conduct…

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A storm of misinformation is coming. Our federal election could be at risk

By Eric Jardine, an assistant professor at Virginia Tech and a fellow at the Centre for International Governance Innovation Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland made headlines recently when she proclaimed that foreign interference in Canada’s…

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Canadian Space Agency Sees Science Cooperation With Russia as Area of Growth
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Canadian Space Agency Sees Science Cooperation With Russia as Area of Growth

By COLORADO SPRINGS (Sputnik) The Canadian Space Agency considers the cooperation with Russia on space science as a promising area of growth, agency’s President Sylvain Laporte told Sputnik. “We are getting into a lot of science missions,…

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