Ukrainian SS Division Monument in Canada Vandalized
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Ukrainian SS Division Monument in Canada Vandalized

A monument to the Ukrainian 14th SS division in the small town of Oakville, Ontario was vandalized around the 21st of June by unknown perpetrators who spray painted the words “Nazi war monument” across its…

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Freedom of the press in Canada
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Freedom of the press in Canada

Case of Russian media outlets On May 14, 2019, Global News and CBC published their investigations of Global Affairs Canada’s decision to deny accreditation to Sputnik, RT, Ruptly, RIA Novosti and TASS correspondents to cover the February 4th Lima Group…

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Allegations of election meddling
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Allegations of election meddling

Canada makes, Russia refutes On April 5, 2019, the Russian Embassy in Canada expressed its discontent in response to several statements of Canadian top-ranking officials on a high probability of Russia interfering in the upcoming…

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Russian reaction on new Canadian sanctions
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Russian reaction on new Canadian sanctions

The new package of sanctions introduced by Canada against Russia received a lot of attention On March 15, 2019, a number of Russian officials, as well as individuals and entities recently sanctioned by Canada, negatively…

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Recent Canadian anti-Russian measures
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Recent Canadian anti-Russian measures

New sanctions and condemnation On March 16, 2019, Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs Chrystia Freeland issued a statement on the fifth anniversary of Russia’s illegal invasion and annexation of Crimea.According to the statement, “the world…

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Canada in Russian TV coverage
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Canada in Russian TV coverage

Supporting Ukraine, Canada is getting visible for the Russian audience More than a week has passed since a ten-minute-long TV report on a Ukrainian lobby in Canada was put on the air on TV channel Russia…

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Being a safe haven for Chechen LGBTI
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Being a safe haven for Chechen LGBTI

Canada blames Russia for criminal negligence regarding human rights abuses in the Republic In response to the publication of the OSCE Rapporteur’s Report under the Moscow Mechanism on alleged Human Rights Violations and Impunity in…

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Ukrainians in Canada call the Government to act against Russia
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Ukrainians in Canada call the Government to act against Russia

In response to the country’s ongoing aggression against Ukraine On November 8, 2018, following the adoption of additional U.S. sanctions against Russian entities, officials and individuals supporting the occupation of Crimea and interference in eastern…

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The attack in Kerch
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The attack in Kerch

Nuances of the Canadian condolences On October 17, 2018, Chrystia Freeland, Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs, condemned the mass shooting and explosion at the Kerch Polytechnic College in Crimea.In her formal statement, Canada’s Minister expressed…

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