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      Harper wanted Russia out of the old G8 even before Ukraine crisis
      Jun08

      Harper wanted Russia out of the old G8 even before Ukraine crisis

      SCHLOSS ELMAU, Germany – Prime Minister Stephen Harper expanded at length Monday on why he feels such antipathy towards Russian President Vladimir Putin and why he wanted Russia kicked out of the old G8 even before it breached Ukraine’s borders. Harper said he doesn’t want Putin back because he simply doesn’t share the values of...

      Harper pushes Canada-EU trade pact on first day of G7′ summit
      Jun08

      Harper pushes Canada-EU trade pact on first day of G7′ summit

      German Chancellor Angela Merkel, second right, walks with G-7 leaders prior to a group photo at the G-7 summit at Schloss Elmau hotel near Garmisch-Partenkirchen, southern Germany, Sunday, June 7, 2015. The two-day summit will address such issues as climate change, poverty and the situation in Ukraine. From left, Italian Prime Minister Matteo...

      Maclean’s wins four National Magazine Awards
      Jun06

      Maclean’s wins four National Magazine Awards

      Maclean’s earned three golds, one silver and 15 honourable mentions at Friday’s National Magazine Awards gala. With its four wins, the magazine received the sixth most awards of any Canadian magazine, ranking behind The Walrus—which, with nine awards, placed first—and sister publication L’actualité, which earned eight, among...

      New shelling in Ukraine as Harper arrives in Kyiv for G7
      Jun06

      New shelling in Ukraine as Harper arrives in Kyiv for G7

      Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko at the Presidential administration building in Kyiv, Ukraine on June 6, 2015. (The Canadian Press/Adrian Wyld) Prime Minister Stephen Harper started his visit to Kyiv today as Ukraine’s restive east continued to be rocked with violent attacks. While Harper...

      Quadruplets born to 65 year old mother still in intensive care
      May27

      Quadruplets born to 65 year old mother still in intensive care

      BERLIN — Doctors say the week-old quadruplets born prematurely to 65-year-old Annegret Raunigk in Berlin are still in intensive care, but have been gaining a little weight and are being given their mother’s milk through feeding tubes. The babies were born during the 26th week of pregnancy at Berlin’s Charite Hospital on May 19. Five...

      Firearms of the revolution: The Molotov cocktails of Kyiv
      May24

      Firearms of the revolution: The Molotov cocktails of Kyiv

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      Brian Mulroney announces expanded scholarship program
      May20

      Brian Mulroney announces expanded scholarship program

      Justin Tang/CP Paying for university just got a whole lot easier, with former prime minister Brian Mulroney’s announcement of a $10-million endowment for high school students. Mulroney announced the new endowment in a hall crowded with dignitaries, including astronaut Chris Hadfield, Juno-award winning quartet the Tenors and Toronto Mayor...

      U.S. Secretary of State heads to Russia for meeting with Vladimir Putin
      May11

      U.S. Secretary of State heads to Russia for meeting with Vladimir Putin

      U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry. (Andrew Harnik/AP) WASHINGTON — Secretary of State John Kerry is heading to Russia to meet with President Vladimir Putin on his first visit to the country since relations between Washington and Moscow plummeted to post-Cold War lows amid disagreements over Ukraine and Syria. The State Department said Kerry...

      Maclean’s nominated for 19 National Magazine Awards
      May04

      Maclean’s nominated for 19 National Magazine Awards

      Maclean’s has been nominated for 19 National Magazine Awards, including Magazine Website of the Year, Tablet Magazine of the Year and Best Single Issue. With 19 nods—one more than the magazine received in each of the past two years. Maclean’s nominations reflect the work of the entire newsroom and its bureaus — especially in and...

      Chretien meets Putin in Moscow, in face of Harper isolation: report
      Apr30

      Chretien meets Putin in Moscow, in face of Harper isolation: report

      Chris Young/CP OTTAWA – The Harper government wants to know what former Liberal prime minister Jean Chretien said in his meeting Thursday with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow. And Defence Minister Jason Kenney said he hopes Chretien used the opportunity to deliver the same message the Conservatives always send these days to the Russian...