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  • Prime Minister Stephen Harper announces additional sanctions against Yanukovych regime

    February 20, 2014Ottawa, Ontario Prime Minister Stephen Harper today issued the following statement on Canada’s response to the escalation of violence in Ukraine: “Canada continues to be outraged by the ongoing violence in Ukraine. Our Government has responded by introducing a travel ban on the regime’s senior leaders and announcing medical aid to assist the [&hellip


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    UCC DEEPLY OUTRAGED BY YANUKOVYCH REGIME’S USE OF TERROR AGAINST UKRAINIAN PEOPLE

    20 February 2014 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   UCC DEEPLY OUTRAGED BY YANUKOVYCH REGIME’S USE OF TERROR AGAINST UKRAINIAN PEOPLE CANADA IMPOSES EXPANDED TRAVEL BAN AND ECONOMIC SANCTIONS   Today, Ukraine’s Minister of Interior Affairs Zakharchenko ordered that deadly force be used against the people of Ukraine. Security forces were issued live rounds and snipers and [&hellip


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    Canada Appalled by Renewed Violence in Ukraine

    To view this document on the department website, please click on the following link: http://www.international.gc.ca/media/aff/news-communiques/2014/02/18a.aspx  Canada Appalled by Renewed Violence in Ukraine February 18, 2014 – Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird today issued the following statement: “I am shocked and appalled by the renewed violence and deaths today in Kyiv. “Canada calls on all sides to show restraint [&hellip


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    Liberals very alarmed by violence in Ukraine, call on Harper government to take action

    For immediate release (French version follows) Liberals very alarmed by violence in Ukraine, call on Harper government to take action February 18, 2014 –Ottawa –Marc Garneau, Foreign Affairs critic for the Liberal Party of Canada, made the following statement today regarding the ongoing political crisis in Ukraine:   “We are very alarmed by the serious [&hellip


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    NDP condemns violence in Ukraine

    2014 02 18 http://www.ndp.ca/news/ndp-condemns-violence-ukraine   NDP condemns violence in Ukraine New Democrats are appalled by the escalating violence in Ukraine, including the killing and injuring of democratic protesters.  “The use of repressive force by Ukrainian security forces is entirely unacceptable,” said NDP Foreign Affairs critic Paul Dewar (Ottawa Centre). “Canada should lead the international community [&hellip


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    MANITOBA SUPPORTS GOVERNMENT OF CANADA’S STRONG STAND AGAINST VIOLENCE IN UKRAINE

    http://www.gov.mb.ca/chc/press/top/2014/02/2014-02-18-165600-20474.html February 18, 2014  MANITOBA SUPPORTS GOVERNMENT OF CANADA’S STRONG STAND AGAINST VIOLENCE IN UKRAINE   Premier Greg Selinger today issued the following statement regarding renewed violence in Ukraine. “We are extremely concerned at the violence taking place today on the streets of Kyiv and strongly support the Government of Canada’s call for all sides [&hellip


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    Canada to Provide Support for Medical Care for Ukrainian Activists

    To view this document on the department website, please click on the following link: http://www.international.gc.ca/media/aff/news-communiques/2014/02/14b.aspx Canada to Provide Support for Medical Care for Ukrainian Activists February 14, 2014 – Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird today announced funding for medical supplies and equipment in Ukraine. Canada is helping to provide medical care for Ukrainian activists through [&hellip


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    Video: Paul Dewar on Aid for Democracy in Ukraine

    Paul Dewar on Aid for Democracy in Ukraine NDP Foreign Affairs Critic Paul Dewar asks Minister of Foreign Affairs John Baird for Canada to support the proposed EU-US aid package to support democratic reform and political transition in Ukraine


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    Ukrainian Canadian Congress, the politician’s sounding board

    Embassy News 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 [&hellip


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