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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Venezuela’s crisis escalates
Protest against US military intervention in Venezuela in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA (Fibonacci Blue/Flickr)

Venezuela’s crisis escalates

So do tensions between countries supporting opposite sides On May 1, 2019, the Russian Embassy in Canada, via its Twitter account, accused Canada, together with the USA, of encouraging coup and regime change in Venezuela.The…

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Russia partly welcomed Lima Group statement on Venezuela
Vladimir Putin and Nicolas Maduro on December 5, 2018 in the course of Russian-Venezuelan talks (en.kremlin.ru)

Russia partly welcomed Lima Group statement on Venezuela

Attempt to solidify with Latin American countries and Canada against the United States On March 28, 2019, during her press briefing at the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry’s Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova agreed in…

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Canada-Russia clash on Venezuela
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Canada-Russia clash on Venezuela

Media ban and different sides’ support On February 4, 2019, in response to the information that Russian media in the face of Sputnik, RIA Novosti  and TASS correspondents were not accredited by Global Affairs Canada for…

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