Piece on Russian disinformation campaign practicing what it preaches against, says letter writer

The Hill Times (March 6, 2019) https://www.hilltimes.com/2019/03/06/piece-on-russian-disinformation-campaign-practicing-what-it-preaches-against-says-letter-writer/190791 Letters to the Editor Piece on Russian disinformation campaign practicing what it preaches against, says letter writer Re: “Canada is a target of Russia’s disinformation. Let’s be ready,” (The Hill Times, Jan. 30, p. 10). In this article, Alexandra Chyczij, the national president of the Ukrainian Canadian Congress, misrepresents the information contained in a report on the Ukrainian Canadian diaspora broadcast by the…

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Open Letter to the Macdonald-Laurier Institute in reply to the publication of Marcus Kolga’s report “Stemming the Virus”

By this letter the Russian Congress of Canada (RCC) expresses its deepest regret that the Macdonald-Laurier Institute, which claims to be Canada’s only truly public, rigorously independent and non-partisan policy think tank, has published the report “Stemming the Virus” by Marcus Kolga. This report makes unsupported and inappropriate accusations against the RCC and others whose opinions differ from the author’s. We ask that this report be withdrawn and an official…

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RCC statement on CBC coverage of the Rossiya 1 report on the Ukrainian Canadian Diaspora

This open letter is in regards to the broadcast by Moscow correspondent Chris Brown on CBC: The National aired on January 15, 2019 ( https://www.cbc.ca/news/world/top-russian-news-host-takes-aim-at-ukrainian-canadians-1.4980859 ). This broadcast covered the video report on the Ukrainian Canadian Diaspora, produced by the journalist of the Russian National TV Channel Rossiya 1 (Russia 1) Anton Lyadov and aired in the weekly news review on Sunday, January 13 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wYotE8i8Oyo ). Russian Congress of Canada…

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XII Alexander Ball in Toronto

    The unique XII Alexander Ball solemnly took place in Toronto on October 19, 2018. The Russian Congress of Canada and the Svetoch Association of Slavic Culture with the huge support of the Tsarskoye Selo State Museum-Reserve of Pushkin, Russia organized this ball for the second time in Toronto. Previously, the Alexander Ball had been held in Montreal for 10 years. The banquet hall “Elite Grande” hospitably welcomes guests…

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Candle of Memory, June 21, 2018

DAY OF MEMORY AND GRIEF – FIRST DAY OF THE GREAT PATRIOTIC WAR. The Association of Veterans of the Great Patriotic War in Canada, as well as a number of organizations and enthusiasts, held a “Candle of Memory” event at the Memorial of Glory, located on the Slavic Farm. On June 22, 1941 the USSR was invaded and later attacked by Nazi SS Army and the Great Patriotic War against…

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We celebrate CANADA DAY together!

Russian Congress of Canada celebrated Canada Day at Earl Bales Park, on July 1, 2018. Canada Day! What could be better than to celebrate this wonderful day in Earl Bales Park together as a multinational Canadian family. Happy family holiday! The concert of wonderful song performers, dancers and musicians, the illusionist who amazed everyone with his tricks, interactive dances and games, Cossack fun, athletic performances, Chinese Qi Gong Wellness Gymnastics…

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Celebrating Victory Day in Toronto!

On May 6, 2018, Earl Bales Park solemnly honoured Great Patriotic War veterans and welcomed all guests to the annual celebration of the Victory Day of the Soviet people in the Great Patriotic War (1941-1945)! The Immortal Regiment of Canada, accompanied by a Motorized Regiment, marched solemnly along one of the main streets of Russian Toronto directly to the park, joining the parade at the Victory Memorial organized by volunteers…

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EURUS launches Russian language competition

January 29th, 2018 -Ottawa In commemoration of the 150th anniversary of Canada and the 75th anniversary of Russian-Canadian Diplomatic Relations, Carleton University (Ottawa) in cooperation with the Russia-Canada Business Council is pleased to announce a writing contest for all students studying Russian in Canada. For more information, please see the link: https://carleton.ca/…/eurus-launches-russian-language-comp…/

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How to become a 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia spectator

Foreign citizens wishing to visit the Russian Federation as spectators of the FIFA 2018 ™ Football World Cup need to obtain FAN ID  that can be used for multiple entry into the Russian Federation and departure from the Russian Federation without visas with valid identity documents recognized by the Russian Federation Federation. For more information about the passport and the filling of documents, please visit the website.  

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