It’s time for Canada to deploy targeted sanctions to free our political prisoners

By Gary Caroline, the principal of Caroline Law Corporation; Chris MacLeod, a founding partner of Cambridge LLP; Marcus Kolga, a senior fellow at the MacDonald-Laurier Institute Centre for Advancing Canada’s Interests Abroad Michael Spavor and…

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Interpol through a Russian lens
ICPO-Interpol Headquarters in Lyon, France (Massimiliano Mariani/Wikimedia Commons)

Interpol through a Russian lens

Will Canada advocate for suspending Russia from the global policing organization? On November 22, following the Interpol’s presidential election where the Russian Interior Ministry officer, Alexander Prokopchuk, was one of the candidates who received 61…

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Will the Magnitsky Act be applied to support #FreeSentsov campaign?
On June 3, 2018, in Munich on Marien Platz, the central square of the Bavarian capital, an action was held in support of the Ukrainian director Oleg Sentsov (Wavepainter/Wikimedia Commons)

Will the Magnitsky Act be applied to support #FreeSentsov campaign?

It comes down to the Parliament of Canada On September 4, 2018, second-generation Ukrainian Canadian theatre actress, Lianna Makuch, with a sponsorship of the NDP MP Linda Duncan, initiated an e-petition to the Government of…

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Green light for anti-Putin petition
Vladimir Putin (Kremlin.ru)

Green light for anti-Putin petition

It is the Canadian Government’s turn to react now E-petition, calling upon the Government of Canada to investigate actions of certain organizations of Russian diaspora and individuals collaborating with Russian secret services as well as…

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