Zelensky spoke with Michel and Trudeau: what was agreed

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy spoke on May 24 with European Council President Charles Michel and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The main topic of conversation is war. The head of state announced an important meeting of the European Council... Read more

"Gifts will fly through the Russian army": Canada will give Ukraine 20 thousand artillery shells for the M777

Canada will give Ukraine 20,000 artillery shells for 155mm M777 howitzers. For these “gifts” Canada was thanked by the head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Andriy Yermak. He wrote about this on the Web on May 24.... Read more

Helps to survive grief: a woman from Canada came to Bucha and turns bullet holes into flowers

After the Russian troops left the Kyiv region, the Ukrainians saw the horrors left by the rashists: burned and looted houses, destroyed streets and thousands of brutally murdered innocent people. Canadian Ivanka Siolkovska came to Bucha to help Ukrainians get... Read more

Canada bans Chinese companies Huawei and ZTE from their 5G networks

May 20, 2022 The BBC News Russian Service app is available for IOS and Android . You can also subscribe to our Telegram channel. image copyrightGetty Images Canadian authorities will ban two of China’s biggest telecommunications equipment makers from operating... Read more

The Rolling Stones release legendary 'secret' concert on vinyl and CD

Alexander Kan cultural columnist 4 hours ago The BBC News Russian Service app is available for IOS and Android . You can also subscribe to our Telegram channel. image copyrightThe Denver Post/Getty Images photo caption, The Rolling Stones on stage... Read more

Canada will allocate about $ 40 million in defense assistance to Ukraine: details

The new military aid package will include 18 drone cameras, ammunition for M777 howitzers, firearms and ammunition. Canada has announced a new military assistance package for Ukraine worth 50 million Canadian dollars (about 41 million US dollars – ed.). This... Read more

Canada imposes sanctions against Russian businessmen and military

After the visit of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to Ukraine, the country expanded sanctions against the Russian Federation for its military aggression against Ukraine. As the government of Canada notes, the country has imposed sanctions on 40 Russian individuals,... Read more

"Extremely important decision": Zelensky announced that Canada has lifted all trade barriers for Ukraine for a year

Ukrainian and Canadian delegations during today’s talks in Kyiv agreed to expand economic and defense cooperation. In particular, Canada decided to remove all trade barriers for Ukraine for a period of one year. This was announced by the President of... Read more

"Canada will always stand side by side with Ukraine": Zelensky and Trudeau held talks in Kyiv (photo)

After a visit to Russian-destroyed Irpin, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrived in Kyiv and met with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. Zelensky stressed that Canada is among the leaders in supporting Ukraine in the fight for democracy and freedom, and... Read more

Canada assures that it will continue to support the Ukrainian economy

The state budget of Canada provides 1 billion dollars. for a loan to Ukraine through the IMF mechanism. Canada will continue to provide Ukraine with all kinds of humanitarian and financial assistance. This was discussed during a telephone conversation between... Read more

The Embassy of Canada will return to Ukraine: details

There is no exact date for the resumption of work of the Canadian embassy in Ukraine. Canadian Ambassador to Ukraine Larisa Galadza will soon return to Ukraine. Canadian Foreign Minister Melanie Joly announced this, Ukrinform writes . “Our goal is... Read more

Embassy of Canada will return to Ukraine: details

There is no exact date for the resumption of work of the Canadian embassy in Ukraine. Canadian Ambassador to Ukraine Larisa Galadza will soon return to Ukraine. Canadian Foreign Minister Melanie Joly announced this, Ukrinform writes . “Our goal is... Read more

USA, Germany, Israel and other countries call on their citizens to leave Transnistria immediately

World countries are concerned about the situation that is currently happening in Transnistria, therefore they call on their citizens to leave the territories of the so-called “PMR” as soon as possible. In general, the Foreign Ministries of Israel , Germany,... Read more

Embassy of Canada in Ukraine will resume work in the near future – MFA

Foreign Minister Mélanie Joly said it was not yet clear whether embassy workers would work in Kyiv or Lviv. The Canadian Embassy in Ukraine could reopen within days or weeks after officials shut it down earlier this year in response... Read more

Explosions in Kherson and near Odessa: five main news of the night of April 28

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Canada officially recognizes Russia's military aggression against Ukraine as genocide

Russian war crimes include mass atrocities, systematic killing of civilians, desecration of corpses, forced transfer of Ukrainian children, torture and rape. On Wednesday, April 27, the Canadian Parliament voted unanimously to recognize Russia’s military aggression in Ukraine as “genocide.” The... Read more

Canada intends to transfer the seized assets of the Russian Federation for the restoration of Ukraine and compensation to the victims

Ottawa is considering seizing and selling Russian sanctioned assets. Canadian Foreign Minister Mélanie Joly said the Canadian federal government will change its sanctions law to allow for the redistribution of seized and sanctioned foreign assets as compensation for victims or... Read more

Canada intends to transfer the seized assets of the Russian Federation for the restoration of Ukraine and compensation to the victims

Ottawa is considering seizing and selling Russian sanctioned assets. Canadian Foreign Minister Mélanie Joly said the Canadian federal government will change its sanctions law to allow for the redistribution of seized and sanctioned foreign assets as compensation for victims or... Read more

The 20 best family holidays abroad for 2022

How to do it: Red Savannah (01242 787800; redsavannah.com) has several beautiful gulets for charter, sleeping up to 20; while Blue Cruise (020 8968 7770; bluecruise.co.uk) offers affordable shared cruises Entry requirements? Entry without testing for the fully vaccinated and under-12s;... Read more

Justin Trudeau’s approval ratings slump over Covid trucker protests crackdown

Another survey by the Angus Reid Institute, a British Columbia-based polling organisation, revealed that 65 per cent of respondents polled in February thought Mr Trudeau’s remarks targeting protesters worsened an already tense situation. When the protests started, Mr Trudeau called... Read more

The best new chalets and hotels for your ski holiday in 2022

The Paradiski area is huge, and dramatic. Linked to La Plagne in 2003 by the Vanoise Express, it would be impossible for even good skiers staying in Les Arcs to get bored here. After a long morning of ripping around... Read more

The best new chalets and hotels for your ski holiday 2022

The Paradiski area is huge, and dramatic. Linked to La Plagne in 2003 by the Vanoise Express, it would be impossible for even good skiers staying in Les Arcs to get bored here. After a long morning of ripping around... Read more

The new luxury lodge that’s transforming this outdated French ski resort

The Paradiski area is huge, and dramatic. Linked to La Plagne in 2003 by the Vanoise Express, it would be impossible for even good skiers staying in Les Arcs to get bored here. After a long morning of ripping around... Read more

Snow report: Where to book a late-season ski holiday for the best conditions

For the first time since 2019 Britons can spring ski in North America, but it has been an odd winter there too. There was little snowfall anywhere until Christmas when massive storms buried Western ski areas several metres deep. Since... Read more

Travel to Canada: latest Covid rules and practical guidance

Canada is loosening its testing rules for visitors. From February 28, fully vaccinated travellers randomly selected for a Covid test on arrival will no longer be required to self-isolate pending the result of the test. In addition, travellers will be... Read more