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 Taylor Report 
 
 Interview
 Alex Boykowich, Ukrainian-Canadian, free-lance investigator.
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 Attribution Non-commercial No Derivatives (by-nc-nd) 
There’s been much discussion about Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland's long silence since being asked to comment on claims that her grandfather was the editor of a Nazi collaborationist newspaper published in German occupied Cracow. She has always been satisfied to call him a refugee and Ukrainian nationalist.

But, thanks to the efforts and political intuition of Alex Boykowich and friends, who visited the 25 boxes of Michael Chomiak’s papers, the world now knows the Minister’s grandfather was indeed a collaborator. Meanwhile Canada’s political class have turned into a petrified forest of embarrassed silence, and Canada is still committed to backing reactionaries in Kiev.
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 Interview with Alex Boykowich Download Program Podcast
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00:21:33 English 2017-03-27
 Toronto, Ontario
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