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Weston Collegiate students learn about Holodomor genocide

They watched in rapt silence; images of starving men, women, and children; many of whom were buried alive. As part of an elective course, genocide and crimes against humanity, students at Weston Collegiate Institute acknowledged Holodomor Memorial Day, Friday, November 23.

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Russia’s Digital Warfare Has Put Western Democracies in The Crosshairs

Opinion: Russia is sowing discord, amid allegations of ties to assassinations and investments into social-media companies. The time for complacency is over.

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‘Hunger for Truth: The Rhea Clyman Story’ Tells How Brave Canadian Journalist Wrote About Holodomor

Rhea Clyman, a Canadian journalist born in Poland, is finally getting more international recognition as the first and one of the few journalists who exposed the Holodomor, Joseph Stalin’s genocidal starvation of 4 million Ukrainians from 1932-1933.

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Hunger for Truth: The Rhea Clyman Story

We live in a time where the most powerful tools in the field of journalism lie in everyone’s pockets. A voice recorder, camera, and notepad all in one— we could certainly ask for no better.

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The Canadian Who Documented Soviet Horrors

In 1928, 24-year-old Torontonian Rhea Clyman, the one-legged daughter of Polish-Jewish immigrants, arrived in Moscow with no job, no residence and no command of the local language.

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