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One of Ukrainian diaspora leaders makes list of best lawyers in Canada
Eugene Czolij, the head of nonprofit Ukraine-2050, has become one of Canada's best lawyers: He was included in the 17th edition of "The Best Lawyers in Canada" publication for his work in corporate and commercial litigation.
Canada, Japan, Australia join Western allies in Russia sanction sweep
Canada, Japan and Australia have joined the growing list of countries taking a stand against Russia by imposing new sanctions after Moscow officially ordered troops into Russian-occupied parts of Ukrainian Donbas. The U.S., the U.K., and the European Union had already unveiled sanctions targeting Russian officials and financial
Canada relocates embassy to western Ukraine amid growing threats of further Russian invasion, others may follow
Canadian embassy will relocate to Lviv, a city 530 kilometers west of Kyiv, amid the growing threat of a further Russian invasion, Canadian Foreign Minister Melanie Joly said on Feb. 12. “Given the continued deterioration of the security situation, we will be moving our operations to a temporary office in
Marco Levytsky: Why is Canada so reluctant to provide lethal arms to Ukraine?
Throughout the eight years that Ukraine has been at war with the Russian Federation, Canada has consistently refused to supply lethal weapons to Ukraine.
Ukrainian bakery in Toronto vandalized with anti-Ukrainian graffiti
A bakery in Toronto was vandalized with anti-Ukrainian, pro-Russian graffiti overnight on Feb. 8 while tensions remain high on Ukraine's border with Russia. The Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) released a statement later that day in regards to hate speech that was spray-painted overnight at Future Bakery, owned by Borys Wrzesnewskyj,