TOPIC: UKRAINE

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Kyiv residents shelter in metro during Russian missile strikes

Russia launched a rush-hour missile attack across Ukraine, forcing residents in Kyiv to take cover in underground subway stations. This comes one day after Ukraine secured Western promises to send dozens of modern battle tanks.
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Russian citizens keep up anti-war protests despite Kermlin crackdown

Anti-war protesters in Russia are defying a crackdown at a memorial to Ukrainians killed in the Russian attack on an apartment block in Dnipro. A Russian human rights group says at least six people have been detained for leaving flowers or toys at the memorial.
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Why new tanks for Ukraine could create a turning point in the war

Breaking down what makes the tanks announced for Ukraine so significant in terms of their military force, and what kind of difference they could make in the war.
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Germany, U.S. to send dozens of tanks to Ukraine

Germany and the U.S. confirm they will send dozens of tanks to Ukrainian forces. Although the vehicles won't be ready for battle for a few months, they're already being seen as a big win for Ukraine and provoking Russia.
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U.S. sending 31 Abrams tanks to Ukraine

U.S. President Joe Biden joined Western nations' efforts to significantly beef up Ukraine's military defences by announcing the U.S. will send 31 Abrams tanks to Ukraine.
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Tanks for Ukraine a 'significant' move, says analyst

The contribution of modern tanks to Ukraine's fight against Russia can help Ukraine punch through enemy lines, says Prof. Walter Dorn, a defence studies expert at the Royal Military College of Canada. But the contributions also put pressure on Canada to 'pony up' with its Leopard 2 tanks, says Dorn.
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Germany to send Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine, will allow allies to do same

Germany has confirmed that it will send 14 Leopard 2 battle tanks to Ukraine and will allow allies to re-export their own stock of the German-built tanks to the front.
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Corruption concerns in Ukraine prompt government shakeup; breaking down the stigma around men in nursing; and Paul Salopek on reasons for optimism, and walking around the world

A corruption scandal in Ukraine has forced several key government officials to resign or be dismissed, amid allegations of profiteering off the war. Matt Galloway talks to Politico Europe reporter Veronika Melkozerova; and Tymofiy Mylovanov, former Ukrainian minister of economic development and now president of the Kyiv School of Economics. Then, a recent shift at a hospital in St John's was unusual in one particular ward: all the nurses were men. We discuss why male nurses are still in the minority with Brandon Smith and Ryan Spear, who were on that shift; and Peter Kellett, a registered nurse and an assistant professor in nursing at the University of Lethbridge. And we continue our Reasons for Optimism series with Pulitzer-Prize winning journalist Paul Salopek, who is travelling through China on foot. The National Geographic fellow has spent ten years walking the 35,000-kilometre route of ancestral human migration, from Africa to the southern tip of South America.
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Corruption concerns in Ukraine prompt government shakeup

A corruption scandal in Ukraine has forced several key government officials to resign or be dismissed, amid allegations of profiteering off the war. Matt Galloway talks to Politico Europe reporter Veronika Melkozerova; and Tymofiy Mylovanov, former Ukrainian minister of economic development and now president of the Kyiv School of Economics.
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On the Ukrainian frontlines in Zaporizhzhia

CBC's Chris Brown joins Ukrainian soldiers in Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine, to witness first-hand the war efforts to push back on Russia's presence there. Military experts say the region is likely the next big battle of the war, as it's important to both countries.
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A look at the front lines in Ukraine

Chris Brown of CBC News travelled to Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine, to get a sense of how the situation there is developing.
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Germany gives NATO allies OK to train Ukrainian troops on Leopard tanks

Germany's defence minister says NATO allies can start training Ukrainian troops on German-built Leopard 2 tanks, laying the groundwork for an approval to deploy the tanks to Ukraine.
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Poland says it's ready to send battle tanks to Ukraine

Poland has said it will send German-made Leopard tanks to Ukraine regardless of whether Berlin chooses to enforce an agreement that can prohibit their export to third countries.
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Poland ready to send Leopard tanks to Ukraine

Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki says his country will form a coalition that will send Leopard tanks to Ukraine, even without Germany's approval.
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Russian granted refugee status in Canada after receiving conscription notice

A Russian man who received a conscription notice to fight in Ukraine has been given refugee status in Canada. Trofim Modlyi, 19, decided to apply for refugee status after his parents received a conscription notice for him to fight in the war.
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Ukrainian troops brace for new Russian offensive

CBC News visits the trenches along the Ukraine-Belarus border as Ukrainian troops brace for a new Russian offensive, hoping for more Western military aid.
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Germany faces mounting pressure to allow for export of tanks to Ukraine

Rosemary Barton Live speaks with Dan Rice, special adviser to the commander-in-chief of Ukraine's Armed Forces, for his assessment of the war and about the mounting pressure on Germany to allow for the export of its Leopard 2 tanks.
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Family, friends mourn Canadian medic killed in Ukraine

Family and friends attended the funeral of 28-year-old medic Grygorii Tsekhmistrenko, who was killed in action while volunteering in Ukraine.
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Germany holds out on Ukraine tank pledge

Germany continues to hold out on a decision to send Leopard 2 tanks to aid Ukraine against Russia's invasion, potentially scuttling a military aid agreement among allies.
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Land warfare expert weighs in on Ukraine's need for battle tank

Ukraine has been fighting a defensive battle so far and will need tanks from Western allies to recapture ground lost during the Russian invasion, says Nicholas Drummond, U.K. defence analyst specializing in land warfare.
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Defence ministers meet to discuss further arming Ukraine

Dozens of defence ministers are meeting in Germany today to discuss what weapons they're willing to supply to Ukraine. Matt Galloway talks to Constanze Stelzenmüller, the Fritz Stern Chair and director of the Center on the United States and Europe at the Brookings Institution; and Richard Shimooka, a senior fellow at the MacDonald-Laurier Institute and an expert on defence procurement.
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Defence ministers meet to discuss further arming Ukraine; how the English National Opera is helping long COVID patients breathe a little easier; and misogyny in the digital age

Dozens of defence ministers are meeting in Germany today to discuss what weapons they're willing to supply to Ukraine. Matt Galloway talks to Constanze Stelzenmüller, the Fritz Stern Chair and director of the Center on the United States and Europe at the Brookings Institution; and Richard Shimooka, a senior fellow at the MacDonald-Laurier Institute and an expert on defence procurement. Plus, a program at the English National Opera uses singing techniques to help long COVID patients breathe a little easier. We talk to Suzi Zumpe, creative director of the English National Opera's Breathe program; and participant Joanna Herman. And a new Canadian documentary, Backlash: Misogyny in the Digital Age, explores the online hate that women and girls face now — and how authorities are sometimes ill-equipped to deal with it. We talk to co-director Guylaine Maroist; and Laurence Gratton, a school teacher featured in the film.
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Ukrainian crews make progress restoring power grid

International aid, including lighting tower donations from Canada, are helping bolster Ukraine's electric grid heavily damaged by Russian attacks.
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Germany 'doesn't want to escalate the situation with Russia,' says military strategy expert

Marina Miron, post doctoral researcher in the War Studies Department at King's College London, breaks down Germany's hesitation to send Leopard tanks to Ukraine, saying it will send tanks if the U.S. does the same.
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Could global energy crises lead to a nuclear renaissance?; Maple Leaf Foods CEO Michael McCain on the cost of food — and reasons for optimism; and protests in Israel over proposed judicial reform

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine globally impacted energy supplies, prompting many countries to explore more options around nuclear power. Matt Galloway talks to Mark Hibbs, an expert on the European nuclear industry; Canadian Nuclear Laboratories President and CEO Joe McBrearty; and Susan O'Donnell, adjunct research professor for the environment and society program at St. Thomas University in Fredericton, N.B. Then, we continue our Reasons for Optimism series with Michael McCain, the CEO of Maple Leaf Foods, one of Canada's largest food producers. And proposed judicial reform in Israel has prompted thousands to take to the streets in protest. We talk to Dahlia Scheindlin, a political analyst and fellow at the think tank The Century Foundation; Eli Lipshitz, the spokesperson and first secretary for public diplomacy for the Embassy of Israel in Canada; and Diana Buttu, a lawyer and former adviser to the negotiating team of the Palestine Liberation Organization.

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