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Section: Calgary Herald (Canada)

    Putin says he’s afraid Ukraine will drift ‘toward neo-Nazism’ and ethnic cleansing
    Nov17

    Putin says he’s afraid Ukraine will drift ‘toward neo-Nazism’ and ethnic cleansing

    Though Putin told German TV he believed peace was possible, he also lashed out against what Moscow perceives as the repression of Russian-speakers in the region …read more Source: Calgary...

    Fisher: Harper to Putin: ‘Get out of Ukraine’
    Nov15

    Fisher: Harper to Putin: ‘Get out of Ukraine’

    BRISBANE, Australia — Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper told Russian leader Vladimir Putin to “get out of Ukraine” when the two leaders met Saturday at a retreat ahead of the G20 leaders’ summit in Brisbane. …read more Source: Calgary...

    Ukraine rebels seen moving large military convoys
    Nov08

    Ukraine rebels seen moving large military convoys

    SNIZHNE, Ukraine — Associated Press reporters saw more than 80 unmarked military vehicles on the move Saturday in rebel-controlled areas of eastern Ukraine, indicating that intensified hostilities may lie ahead. …read more Source: Calgary...

    Alberta premier’s visit to land of the mighty moose meant to boost rural support: opposition
    Oct30

    Alberta premier’s visit to land of the mighty moose meant to boost rural support: opposition

    The local Ukrainian ladies cooked up hundreds of cabbage rolls for Premier Jim Prentice’s unprecedented leadership dinner in the tiny northern Alberta mill town of Manning on Thursday night. After 10 years of lobbying the Tories to hold a leadership dinner in “the land of the mighty moose,” local constituency organizer Kim Arsenault says...

    Ukraine elects most pro-Western parliament in country’s 23-year history
    Oct27

    Ukraine elects most pro-Western parliament in country’s 23-year history

    The vote comes to the consternation of the conflict-torn eastern regions of the country where insurgent leaders announced they were switching to Russian time …read more Source: Calgary...

    Russia conducting military surveillance flight over Canada
    Oct14

    Russia conducting military surveillance flight over Canada

    Russia is conducting a military monitoring mission over Canada this week, despite strained relations and a suspension of military co-operation between the two countries because of the crisis in Ukraine. The observation flight is being conducted under the auspices of the Treaty on Open Skies, which was signed by Canada, the United States, Russia...

    Sanctions against Russia sideswipe Trican
    Sep25

    Sanctions against Russia sideswipe Trican

    CALGARY — International sanctions designed to limit Russia’s ability to grow oil and gas production are a significant “political risk” for Trican Well Service Ltd.’s operations there, its CEO says. Dale Dusterhoft, chief executive of Calgary’s largest publicly traded well-completion company, said sanctions imposed because of...

    Further sanctions in store for Russia, says Harper
    Sep24

    Further sanctions in store for Russia, says Harper

    The federal government says it will impose new sanctions against Russia in coming days over Moscow’s support of rebel groups in Ukraine. …read more Source: Calgary...

    Ukrainian president Poroshenko addresses Parliament
    Sep17

    Ukrainian president Poroshenko addresses Parliament

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko was expected to appeal for more economic and military assistance from Canada Wednesday. …read more Source: Calgary...

    Six killed, 15 wounded in East Ukraine amid heaviest fighting since ceasefire
    Sep15

    Six killed, 15 wounded in East Ukraine amid heaviest fighting since ceasefire

    Over the weekend, Ukraine said its troops repelled an attack of 200 rebel fighters, but suffered no military casualties …read more Source: Calgary...

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