Elections in Canada and Russia in 2019: a comparative analysis of cross-national media coverage

AbstractIn 2019, Canada and Russia went through election campaigns in their respective countries. While Canada voted at the federal level, Russia held regional and municipal elections, and therefore the scale and outcome of these two…

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Doukhobors in Canada: is there a need for modernization to preserve the community?

Violetta Kryak, Are Doukhobors dying out? In rural B.C., a sect tries to stop their faith from fading away, The Globe and Mail, September 9, 2018, https://www.theglobeandmail.com/canada/british-columbia/article-are-doukhobors-dying-out-in-rural-bc-a-sect-tries-to-stop-their/, (accessed September 11, 2018)As part of Langara College's…

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Russian trolls were found actively tweeting on Canadian issues

Roberto Rocha, “Data sheds light on how Russian Twitter trolls targeted Canadians,” CBC News, August 3, 2018, https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/russian-twitter-trolls-canada-targeted-1.4772397 (accessed August 3, 2018)Based on the data gathered by two professors from South Carolina’s Clemson University and released…

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How state and business interests disperse

Mark Mackinnon, “Russia’s power line: How Bombardier helped build a controversial railroad along Ukraine’s border,” The Globe and Mail, July 30, 2018, https://www.theglobeandmail.com/world/article-how-canadas-bombardier-inc-helped-build-russias-controversial/ (accessed August 1, 2018)The Globe and Mail reveals to their subscribers how…

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Members of the Canadian contingent of the enhanced Forward Presence Battlegroup in Latvia fire the Tube-launched, Optically tracked, Wire-guided (TOW) missile during a range practice on January 5, 2018 at Camp Ādaži, Latvia. Photo: Sergeant Bernie Kuhn, Task Force Latvia RP13-2018-0002-020

Trudeau’s response to Trump’s criticism through the “Russian threat” deterrence

Canadian Prime Minister is paving his way to NATO Summit in Brussels On July 10, 2018 – on the eve of NATO Summit in Brussels and the following Trump-Putin meeting in Helsinki, Canadian Prime Minister…

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Elena Musikhina among Ukrainian protesters in Canada (taken from Musikhina's Facebook page)

Failed refugee

Canada didn’t believe that Russia is a dangerous place to go back to The Federal Court of Canada declined an application of Elena Musikhina, former professor at Irkutsk State Technical University, for leave and judicial…

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