Effects of Oil Shock Felt Around the World
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Effects of Oil Shock Felt Around the World

Despite the efforts of OPEC+ and other oil producers, both Russia and Canada struggle to cut down oil production while keeping the energy sector stable in the face of a growing global pandemic. Canadian oil…

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Canada Joins International Team of Coronavirus Researchers
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Canada Joins International Team of Coronavirus Researchers

On April 22nd, The University of Ottawa has gathered its top medical and social sciences researchers to help in Canada’s rapid research response program in the battle against the coronavirus, named COVID-19. The Government of…

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Cold Relations in the High North
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Cold Relations in the High North

The arctic nations of Russia and Canada both consider the far north a major focus in their foreign policy, often butting heads over their aims in the region.   However, that may soon change. New…

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Russian Immigrant on Trial for Espionage
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Russian Immigrant on Trial for Espionage

Russian-born Elena Crenna has been given a fresh immigration hearing after being deported from Canada on espionage charges Last June, the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada ruled that Elena had carried out espionage on…

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