Russian maps suggest Soviet subs cruised Canada Arctic Soviets familiar with Canada's Arctic waters
pict One of Russia's largest Soviet-built nuclear submarines, Typhoon (Akula) class,
is seen in the Barents Sea at Russia's Arctic Coast in this September 2001 file photo. Dmitry Lovetsky/AP
as Prime Minister Stephen Harper stood on an iceberg as he talks with Chief of the Defence Staff General Walter Natynczyk as they take part in a training exercise during Operation Nanook in Resolute, Nunavut ...
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...oh my...red alert
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