11 Canadian Mercenaries Go Home in Bodybags After “Master Class” in Donbass

Translated by Ollie Richardson



A master-class of “maple leaves” in the fight against militias ended in disaster. A group of at least 20 people (three reconnaissance groups) from the Canadian forces CANSOFCOM tried to attack the militia positions in the area of the Ukrainian punisher operation.

It ended in disaster for them. The operation was under development without the involvement of the Ukrainian fighters for the demonstration of a “master-class of fighting against terrorists”.

Those responsible were from the Canadian Security Intelligence Service. The military attache of Canada in Ukraine Colonel Ron Ubbens was in charge of the matter. All this, of course, is unofficial. Visitors were formally assigned to the local Ministry of Health. From the Ukrainian side the operation was supervised by the Secretary of the National Security and Defencey Council Oleksandr Turchynov.

As is known, there is a large and influential Ukrainian Diaspora in Canada, the backbone of which are children and grandchildren of Bandera scum, who fled overseas after the war. That, of course, affects the degree of Russophobia in the leadership of the country. The idea of “anti-terrorist cooperation” emerged after a two-day visit to Kiev by the Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau.

The “Maple” special troops were thrown into combat in the ATO zone on the day after their arrival, because of the fear of information leakage. Three reconnaissance groups were moved to the places of the militia’s deployment. They had to stealthily penetrate the positions of the Donetsk militia to cleanse the checkpoints and damage military infrastructure. However, reality harshly intervened in the conduct of the bloody “master class”.

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Group “1” consisting of six people was completely destroyed by a heavy machine gun. Group “3” of seven people found themselves in contact with a minefield, then immediately came under sniper fire. Five people are listed as dead. Group “2” managed to enter LPR territory unnoticed, but learning about the fate of their colleagues, they hastily returned to their previous position, coming under fire upon return.

The bodies of the Canadians were taken to Kiev and on the same day were sent to Canada via a special flight.


Canadian Special Operations Forces Command (CANSOFCOM) is designed to combat terrorism in Canada, and is designed to protect Canadian interests worldwide.

CANSOFCOM consists of the following special forces:

JTF2 (Joint Task Force 2) Unit to combat terrorism.

CSOR (Canadian Special Operations Regiment) – a Canadian special operations regiment.

CJIRU (Canadian Joint Incident Response Unit) – a unit to respond to various threats.

427 SOAS (Special Operations Aviation Squadron) – a special helicopter squadron designed to support and provide for the above units.

In open sources there is no information about the structure and the number of soldiers of assault groups of CANSOFCOM. It is assumed that the group consists of 24-32 fighters under the command of an officer. To carry out combat operations, the group is divided into teams of 6-8 men (at full strength, the unit is rarely used – but aptly). Each team has its own specialization and training: mountain, parachuting, diving, etc.

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