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Ukrainian servicemen eating dinner last week after their duty at the frontline near Svitlodarsk, in eastern Ukraine. (Evgeniy Maloletka/AP)

Canada’s government is sending body armour to support Ukraine. So is this group of activist fundraisers.

Friends of Ukraine Defence Forces Fund is getting an influx of donations—and calls from people asking how they can help
Ukrainian troops examine the scene of a downed aircraft in Kyiv on Friday.(Oleksandr Ratushniak/AP)

Why sanctions over the Ukraine invasion won’t stop Putin

Terry Glavin: Xi Jinping has the Russian leader’s back as the two advance the authoritarian political model around the world
A pro-Ukrainian supporter waves the country's flag outside the Russian embassy on Feb. 24, 2022 in Ottawa (Adrian Wyld/CP)

My love for the giant that is Ukraine

Andrew Kushnir: As I think about my friends in danger and the stories of my grandfather, I am reminded that I am inextricably linked to this other country
Pro-Ukraine demonstrators carry signs and Ukraine flags near Russia's UN Mission on Feb. 24, 2022 (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

The only acceptable response to Vladimir Putin

Scott Gilmore: There are a long list of actions Canada can take right now to pressure Putin and help Ukraine. And there are no excuses if it doesn’t act.
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The case for invading America

Scott Gilmore: The days of accepting American light beer and draft dodgers with nary a complaint are done. Canada, it’s time to fight.
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Canada’s beaver problem

Beaver populations are making a post-fur trade resurgence, causing lots of trouble and a few cases of panic
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Panama is ready for its close-up

Inspired by TIFF, Latin America’s fastest-growing film festival finds its own voice
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Hidden treasures from a lost city

Hundred of artifacts saved by Afghan museum staff in 1978 are now on display in Ottawa