Winnipeg Free Press – PRINT EDITION
NATO’s guarantees to Ukraine face test
By: Lubomyr Luciuk
3 March 2014
He was born on July 9, 1950. I was born on the same date in 1953. So we share an astrological sign. I’d say the stars worked out better for me. He’s a billionaire, whereas I certainly am not, but I am
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Canada Welcomes Presidential Transition in Ukraine
February 24, 2014 - Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird today issued the following statement welcoming the confirmation of Oleksander Turchinov as Ukraine’s acting president:
“The Ukrainian parliament acted legitimately in naming Speaker Turchinov as acting president pending the May 25 elections,
By: Tanya Talaga Global economics reporter, Published on Tue Feb 18 2014
Western democracies condemned the escalated violence in Ukraine and Canada called for an international, co-ordinated response against the “appalling” use of force in Kyiv on Tuesday.
A vicious crackdown by Ukrainian authorities on thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators inside Kyiv’s Independence Square has left at least 18 dead and
Wednesday February 5, 2014Peter Mazereeuw
Ukrainian Canadian Congress, the politician’s sounding board
A half-hour into a House of Commons emergency debate on Ukraine on Jan. 27, Conservative member of Parliament James Bezan stood and told his peers that “a lot of ideas are coming forward from the Ukrainian Canadian Congress” on how to address the violence and
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Canada Outraged by Torture of Ukrainian Activist
February 1, 2014 - Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird today issued the following statement:
“Canada is outraged by reports of the kidnapping and particularly barbaric torture of prominent Ukrainian civil society leader Dmytro Bulatov. Our ambassador, together with representatives
Paul Grod, Ukrainian Canadian Congress President, discusses what Canada should be doing to help Ukraine moving forward.
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CTV National News: Ottawa debates Ukraine clashes
An emergency debate was held in Ottawa over the clashes between police and protesters in Ukraine.
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BY JANET FRENCH, THE STARPHOENIX, CANADIAN PRESS FILES JANUARY 29, 2014 10:26 AM
Ukrainian people urgently want change in their troubled country, says a Saskatoon woman who now lives in Kiev.
Lana Nicole Kubin, who moved to Ukraine a decade ago and is now the editorin-chief of an English-language lifestyle magazine there, spends every free evening gathering with
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Ottawa — The Globe and MailPublished Tuesday, Jan. 28 2014, 2:51 PM ESTLast updated Tuesday, Jan. 28 2014, 6:24 PM EST
Ottawa will restrict travel to Canada for key Ukrainian officials responsible for the “repression and silencing” of opposition voices there, but the government says the door remains open to further measures as it monitors the developing situation
January 20, 2014
Saskatchewan’s Ukrainian community worries about escalating violence in Kyiv
Members of Saskatchewan’s Ukrainian community say they’re disappointed that protests in their homeland’s capital city of Kyiv turned to mass violence this past weekend.
Violence between anti-government demonstrators and police erupted on Sunday night and carried into Monday after the passing of what protesters are calling