The Ottawa Citizen reported that "The news conference on Monday by Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland was interesting not for the announcement that Canada was extending its training mission to Ukraine but for the questions and answers about the minister’s grandfather."
"There have been a number of articles circulating about Freeland’s Ukrainian grandfather Michael Chomiak and his ties to the Nazis. The Globe and Mail reported that an official in Freeland’s office denied the minister’s grandfather was a Nazi collaborator. Well it actually isn’t so outlandish. Michael Chomiak was a Nazi collaborator."
"What are the sources for the information that Freeland’s grandfather worked for the Nazis?"
"On Wednesday the Globe and Mail reported that, “Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland knew for more than two decades that her maternal Ukrainian grandfather was the chief editor of a Nazi newspaper.”
Photo below shows Chomiak at a party – he is to the right of the man smoking. On the far right (right hand lower corner of the photo) in uniform is Emil Gassner, the Nazi administrator in charge of the press for the region including Cracow."
Chrystia Freeland recently posed with Ukrainian Nazis holding a Nazi banner by accident somewhat less believable that she did it by accident.