Recovering the city of Kherson is Ukraine’s third big victory in three months: first, the reconquest of Kharkiv Oblast (province) in September, then the partial destruction of the Kerch Strait bridge linking Crimea with Russia in October, and now the liberation of Kherson. So where next?
A Russian-Canadian man accused of being one of the world’s most prolific ransomware operators behind high-stakes attacks on critical infrastructure and companies has been arrested north of Toronto after an international investigation by European, American and Canadian police.
Canada will soon offer government-backed Ukraine Sovereignty Bonds.
Canada’s Minister of Natural Resources is taking part in the International Atomic Energy Agency 5th Ministerial Conference on Nuclear Power:
The Goderich Lions Club has partnered with the Huron Immigration Partnership, the Wingham Community Connectors, and the Goderich Ministerial Association to launch the Huron Area Newcomer Fund.
Defense Minister Anita Anand announced the funding in Brussels where she is meeting with other NATO defense ministers.
Vladimir Putin’s desperation was plain in the emergency measures he declared last week: immediate mobilization of at least 300,000 more troops, the sudden decision to use fake referendums to turn all the occupied parts of Ukraine into Russian territory, and more explicit threats than usual about nuclear weapons.
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Two months ago, John Bolton wrote an article in The Hill, Washington’s leading politics website, warning against a Russian “October Surprise.”
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The Bank of Canada announced Wednesday it was hiking its key lending rate by 75 basis points to 3 1/4 per cent for both the overnight and deposit rates.
“I am a political observer of the International Eurasianist Movement and an expert in international relations. . . . In this capacity, I appear on Russian, Pakistani, Turkish, Chinese and Indian television channels. . . . The situation in Ukraine is really an example of a clash of civilizations; it can be seen as a clash between globalist and Eurasian civilization.”
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