The task of Canada-Russia Research Initiative is to provide complex unbiased information on Canadian-Russian relations, Russian issues in Canada and vice versa through news and analysis. We gather broadcasts from Russian and Canadian sources to update our news section on a daily basis. We follow ongoing research projects, scholarly publications and study materials to create and share the analytical database, helping to fill in gaps in knowledge and to boost a discourse among relevant academics from both countries. Canada-Russia Research Initiative will call for papers and organize essay contests for students to promote their passion for Russian studies in Canada and Canadian studies in Russia.
By Atle Staalesen, journalist and publisher of the Independent Barents Observer A breakthrough in Russia’s bid to determine the outer limits of its continental shelf
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