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    ‘Trailblazer’ on Ottawa food scene John Taylor sells Old Ottawa South restaurant, going west
    Jan16

    ‘Trailblazer’ on Ottawa food scene John Taylor sells Old Ottawa South restaurant, going west

    A celebrated chef who shaped the Ottawa food scene over two decades has sold his restaurant in Old Ottawa South to decamp to British Columbia. Taylor’s Genuine Kitchen and Wine closed Sunday, the day John Taylor announced that he’d sold the business to Tony Irace, a longtime server and sommelier at Taylor’s defunct Domus Cafe....

    Ukraine wants answers about future of Canadian military support
    Jan16

    Ukraine wants answers about future of Canadian military support

    Ukraine is anxious to see an extended commitment from Canada. …read more Source: Toronto...

    Ukraine envoy asks Canada to clarify length of mission
    Jan16

    Ukraine envoy asks Canada to clarify length of mission

    Canadian and Ukrainian servicemen talk during the opening ceremony of a joint military exercises in Lviv, Ukraine, Monday, Sept. 14, 2015. Ukraine’s envoy says his country is growing concerned about whether Canada will continue its future military support to his country to help it deter Russian aggression. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP/Pavlo...

    Ukraine seeks ‘clarity’ from Canada on continuation of military mission
    Jan15

    Ukraine seeks ‘clarity’ from Canada on continuation of military mission

    OTTAWA — Ukraine’s envoy says his country is growing concerned about whether Canada will continue its future military support to his country to help it deter Russian aggression. Canada has deployed 200 troops to Ukraine in a non-combat mission working with Ukrainian troops on marksmanship, communication, survival and ethics training. The...

    Ukraine eager to know if Canadian military will extend mission past March
    Jan15

    Ukraine eager to know if Canadian military will extend mission past March

    Ukraine’s envoy says his country is growing concerned about whether Canada will continue its future military support to his country to help it deter Russian aggression. …read more Source: Global...

    Ukraine seeks ‘clarity’ from Canada about whether it will extend its military mission there
    Jan15

    Ukraine seeks ‘clarity’ from Canada about whether it will extend its military mission there

    Ukraine’s envoy says his government is growing concerned about whether Canada will continue its military support to help the country deter Russian aggression. …read more Source:...

    Russian ‘Kompromat’ Remains Alive and Well
    Jan15

    Russian ‘Kompromat’ Remains Alive and Well

    Amid the political maelstrom surrounding the leaked, and wholly unverified, accusations of the Kremlin’s possession of compromising information on U.S. President Elect Donald Trump, a new Russian word entered the global lexicon, “kompromat.” “The Kremlin has no kompromat on the president-elect of the United States, Donald...

    Which issues divide the U.S. and Russia? A quick guide
    Jan15

    Which issues divide the U.S. and Russia? A quick guide

    (Sasha Mordovets/Getty Images) MOSCOW – The Kremlin hopes that Donald Trump will move to improve badly strained Russia-U.S. ties once he takes office. Relations between Moscow and Washington are at their lowest point since the Cold War amid the Ukrainian crisis, the war in Syria and other issues. It would be challenging to reach common ground on...

    Kremlin counts days to Trump’s inauguration, blasts Obama
    Jan15

    Kremlin counts days to Trump’s inauguration, blasts Obama

    MOSCOW — Exulted by Donald Trump’s victory in the U.S., the Kremlin is counting the days to his inauguration and venting its anger at Barack Obama’s outgoing administration, no holds barred. Careful not to hurt chances for a thaw in U.S.-Russia relations, President Vladimir Putin and other Russian officials have deferred questions...

    Russia-US ties hard to mend, interests differ sharply
    Jan15

    Russia-US ties hard to mend, interests differ sharply

    MOSCOW — The Kremlin hopes that Donald Trump will move to improve badly strained Russia-U.S. ties once he takes office. Relations between Moscow and Washington are at their lowest point since the Cold War amid the Ukrainian crisis, the war in Syria and other issues. It would be challenging to reach common ground on some issues even if Trump and...