Ukraine’s ambassador to Canada thanked Canadians for supporting the country in the nine months since Russia invaded.
“I would like to thank every Canadian for standing with Ukraine,” Yulia Kovaliv said on CTV News Channel’s Power Play Friday.
Kovaliv was responding to a new Nanos Research poll.
That poll found that even if it leads to a larger deficit, 71 per cent of Canadians support or somewhat support sending Ukraine more money.
That’s compared to 25 per cent who would not fully support sending Ukraine more financial aid.
Read more about the poll, including methodology
The poll comes amid a cost-of-living crisis that includes Canadians seeing record inflation on their grocery bills and elsewhere.
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“The big source of that inflation is Putin’s war against Ukraine,” she told host Mike LeCouteur. Kovaliv blames invasion for higher electricity and food prices.
“Help us to win the war. That will make the global inflation much lower,” she said.
Yulia Kovaliv talks about Canada’s support for Ukraine in the video at the top of this article.
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Members of Parliament—many dressed in black—returned to Ottawa on Thursday to take part in a 'special session' commemorating Queen Elizabeth II and marking the accession to the throne of King Charles III. The House of Commons held this historic opportunity to allow MPs to pay tribute ahead of Monday's national commemorations.
Pierre Poilievre is the new leader of the Conservative Party of Canada, securing victory on the first ballot after a record-setting and divisive leadership campaign. After a seven-month campaign, the long-time MP and former cabinet minister from Ontario won the election decisively. Securing support across the country, he told party members they are now 'one party serving one country.'
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Twelve Canadians — five crew members and seven passengers of a Pivot air flight — who have been detained in the Dominican Republic since last spring, learned Friday that they are going home.

Former U.S. president Donald Trump is suing the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol to avoid co-operating with a subpoena requiring him to testify.

Despite high inflation and fears over a potential recession on the horizon, donations to charities remain stable for most Canadians, a new survey has found.

From unpredictable weather to increased cost in farming, Christmas tree farmers have been working double time to ensure no Canadian is left without a tree this season.

Passengers who flew from Jamaica to Canada last week have been consoling each other in a WhatsApp group since the experience, which they say involved a plane so hot that several people fainted.

Democratic Sen. Mark Kelly won his bid for reelection Friday in the crucial swing state of Arizona, defeating Republican venture capitalist Blake Masters to put his party one victory away from clinching control of the chamber for the next two years of Joe Biden's presidency.

A doctor who police say has spent two decades providing medical assistance to youth hockey teams in Michigan and Minnesota has been charged after patients in the Detroit area accused him of sexual assault.

Canada has been named one of the 50 places in the world to retire, according to a report from a European travel website.

A 60-year-old man is dead after his vehicle struck a horse, which was part of a large herd that escaped from a farm near Newmarket, Ont., Friday morning.

Passengers who flew from Jamaica to Canada last week have been consoling each other in a WhatsApp group since the experience, which they say involved a plane so hot that several people fainted.

Emergency supplies of pain and fever medication are expected to arrive soon at hospitals overwhelmed by respiratory illnesses but observers say more can be done to guard against future drug shortages.

Twelve Canadians — five crew members and seven passengers of a Pivot air flight — who have been detained in the Dominican Republic since last spring, learned Friday that they are going home.

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Canadians are paying respects to the country's war dead at sombre Remembrance Day ceremonies across the country Friday.

Kenyan troops deployed under the banner of a regional bloc arrived Saturday in troubled eastern Congo, where government forces are battling a violent rebel group that now controls some territory.

Former U.S. president Donald Trump is suing the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol to avoid co-operating with a subpoena requiring him to testify.

A young woman made two harrowing attempts to escape her vicious pimp — including jumping out a third-story window — before being rescued by a ride-share driver who engaged in a gunfight with the man, prosecutors in Seattle said.

Incumbent Democrats completed a sweep Friday of three key swing seats in the western battleground state of Nevada that Republicans had targeted in their bid to take control of the U.S. House.

Democratic Sen. Mark Kelly won his bid for reelection Friday in the crucial swing state of Arizona, defeating Republican venture capitalist Blake Masters to put his party one victory away from clinching control of the chamber for the next two years of Joe Biden's presidency.

Canada’s Defence Minister Anita Anand says boosting and protecting the country’s armed forces is a “top priority” amid a changing global geopolitical landscape, recruitment problems and ongoing efforts to address sexual misconduct in the military.

Most Canadians support increasing financial aid to Ukraine, even if that leads to a larger deficit, according to new poll from Nanos Research.

Ukraine's ambassador to Canada thanked Canadians for supporting the country in the nine months since Russia invaded.

The Hospital for Sick Children says that it will be putting some surgical procedures on hold in an attempt to 'preserve critical care capacity' amid a significant rise in patient volumes.

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Birkenstock sandals owned and worn by Apple co-founder Steve Jobs could cost bidders between US$60,000 to $80,000 in Science and Technology auction held by Bonhams.

According to a new study from researchers at McMaster University, inaudible low-frequency bass makes you groove 11.8 per cent more on the dancefloor.

Israeli archaeologists have found an ancient comb dating back some 3,700 years ago and bearing what is likely the oldest known full sentence in Canaanite alphabetical script, according to an article published Wednesday.

Mattea Roach’s time competing in the latest 'Jeopardy!' Tournament of Champions series has come to an end.

Fans gathered Friday to remember slain rapper Takeoff, a member of the hip-hop trio Migos, in a rainy downtown Atlanta near where the 28-year-old grew up.

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Two provincial privacy watchdogs say they have received data breach reports from Sobeys, which has been dealing with 'IT system' issues for much of the past week affecting customers seeking prescriptions at some pharmacies it operates.

Twitter's relaunched premium service — which grants blue-check 'verification' labels to anyone willing to pay $8 a month — was unavailable Friday after the social media platform was flooded by a wave of impostor accounts approved by Twitter.

Wall Street is tacking a bit more onto its stupendous surge from a day before, putting it on track to close out its best week since the summer.

Disneyland on Friday added two new characters in wheelchairs to its iconic 'It's a Small World' attraction, saying it wanted a 'more accurate representation of diversity around the world.'

A 79-year-old Indigenous great-grandmother marked a major milestone on Thursday, receiving her doctorate in education from the University of Toronto.

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Poised to be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame next week, Ottawa Senators icon Daniel Alfredsson was asked Friday about Canadian movie star Ryan Reynolds publicly stating he's keen to buy a piece of the franchise.

A doctor who police say has spent two decades providing medical assistance to youth hockey teams in Michigan and Minnesota has been charged after patients in the Detroit area accused him of sexual assault.

Should California's richest residents pay higher taxes to help put more electric vehicles on the road? That's a question the state's voters are weighing in the election that concludes Tuesday.

Drivers in all three Maritime provinces will be paying more for diesel after prices were adjusted Saturday morning.

A low supply of diesel in the United States could have spillover effects here in Canada in the form of higher prices, experts predict.

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