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      Q and A: Sen. Raynell Andreychuk on judges, ethics and Ukraine
      Jul21

      Q and A: Sen. Raynell Andreychuk on judges, ethics and Ukraine

      Conservative Sen. Raynell Andreychuk is a former judge and ambassador who chairs the committee overseeing the Senate’s new ethics and conflict of interest code. This interview has been edited for length and clarity. Q. Justice Minister Peter MacKay recently made controversial remarks on female judges. What was it like for you to be a woman...

      Malaysian jetliner downing – Ukraine rebels may have lacked system to distinguish between military, civilian aircraft  
      Jul20

      Malaysian jetliner downing – Ukraine rebels may have lacked system to distinguish between military, civilian aircraft  

      If Ukrainian rebels shot down the Malaysian jetliner, killing 298 people, it may have been because they didn’t have the right systems in place to distinguish between military and civilian aircraft, experts have told Associated Press. More from the Associated Press article: American officials said Friday that they believe the Boeing 777 was...

      Dozens pay tribute to Malaysia Airlines passengers, protest at Russian Embassy
      Jul19

      Dozens pay tribute to Malaysia Airlines passengers, protest at Russian Embassy

      A group of about three dozen people laid flowers and said prayers for the 298 dead passengers and crew on Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 outside the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands Saturday. Led by three priests, the group sang and remembered the victims during the vigil. Many held candles and single carnations. They were joined by Inna...

      Canada to donate surplus CF-18s to Ukraine? Nyet
      Jul18

      Canada to donate surplus CF-18s to Ukraine? Nyet

      By David Pugliese Defence Watch Media in Russia are reporting that Canada will provide for free surplus CF-18 fighter jets to Ukraine’s military. In addition, an offer has been made to provide RCAF personnel to train Ukraine pilots on the aircraft, according to the reports. Officials with the Department of National Defence officials as well...

      Adam: Politics and sports on a collision course
      Jul16

      Adam: Politics and sports on a collision course

      The World Cup has ended with the crowning of a deserving new champion, Germany. Now on to Russia in 2018, where for a month, the outcast Vladimir Putin would be on top of the world. On television at the finals in Rio, the Russian leader could be seen chatting merrily with other leaders, and soon all the attention will be on him. Putin has...