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  • Goodale asks about Canada`s respons to a pro-democracy demonstrator in Ukraine being crucified [YouTube]

        Published on Feb 3, 2014 Liberal MP Ralph Goodale asks about how Canada will respond to reports of a pro-democracy demonstrator in Ukraine quite literally being crucified. Official Transcript from the House of Commons   Hon. Ralph Goodale (Wascana, Lib.): Mr. Speaker, reports say a pro-democracy demonstrator in Ukraine was quite literally crucified at [&hellip

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    Winnipeg Automaidan and Town Hall on community responses to situation in Ukraine

    On Sunday, 9 February, 2014, the Ukrainian Canadian Congress – Manitoba Provincial Council will be holding an  Auto-Maidan Car Rally

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    Canada Outraged by Torture of Ukrainian Activist

    To view this document on the department website, please click on the following link:  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, [&hellip

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    CANADA’S PRIME MINISTER CONSULTS UKRAINIAN CANADIAN LEADERS ON THE SITUATION IN UKRAINE AND FUTURE CANADA-UKRAINE RELATIONS   UCC WORKING GROUP MEETS WITH SENIOR MINISTERS Ottawa, Canada – February 1, 2014 – Prime Minister Stephen Harper met on January 30, 2014, with key representatives of the Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) in Ottawa to discuss the recent events in [&hellip

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    CTV News Channel: Canada’s commitment to Ukraine

    Paul Grod, Ukrainian Canadian Congress President, discusses what Canada should be doing to help Ukraine moving forward. CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE VIDEO AT CTVNEWS.CA Direct Link to Video Clip:

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    CTV National News: Ottawa debates Ukraine clashes

    CTV National News: Ottawa debates Ukraine clashes An emergency debate was held in Ottawa over the clashes between police and protesters in Ukraine.  WATCH THE VIDEO HERE:

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    Unrest overseas causes local grief []

    Source: 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 [&hellip

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    Canada bars Ukrainian officials over ‘repression’ of protesters []

    Source: KATHRYN BLAZE CARLSON 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 [&hellip

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    Ukrainian Canadian Congress organizes rallies, calls on Canadian government to impose sanctions against Ukraine []

    Source: Bloor West Villager By  Tamara Shephard The Ukrainian prime minister’s resignation Tuesday and parliament’s repeal of anti-protest laws that sparked violent clashes between protestors and police is hopeful, but doesn’t go far enough to resolve Ukraine’s political crisis, the Ukrainian-Canadian Congress argues. The concessions to protesters leave unresolved the opposition’s repeated demands for President [&hellip

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    Motion of Condolence put forth at Toronto City Council – Jan 29th, 2014

    CONDOLENCE MOTION   Moved by: Councillor Gloria Lindsay Luby     Seconded by:   Councillor Sarah Doucette   We, the Members of the Toronto City Council, stand united with Ukrainians in their fight for democracy. Many Torontonians have family and friends in Ukraine as well as being of Ukrainian heritage. Ukrainians have a long and [&hellip

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