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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy virtually addressed students at the University of Toronto and other institutions across Canada on June 22, urging them not to allow leaders to forget about the war raging in Ukraine.

The event was hosted by the University of Toronto's Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy at 10 a.m. on Wednesday.

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has responded to the news that a Canadian representative attended a celebration at the Russian Embassy, describing the move as "absolutely unacceptable."

On June 12, the Globe and Mail reported that Deputy Chief of Protocol Yasemin Heinbecker attended a Russia Day celebration at the Russian Embassy in Ottawa.

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A recent attack on Ukrainian civilians by Russian forces, and images of the aftermath, have sparked widespread condemnation across the world, including from top Canadian officials.

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Censorship makes it tough for Russians to get any real news about the invasion of Ukraine, but it’s hard for them to miss the way their lives have changed since this all started last month.

Natalia Konstantinova, a Russian influencer who lives in Saint-Petersburg, recently told us how things have changed on the streets of her city, where there are signs of war, censorship and propaganda everywhere you look.

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TikTok users have been in tears this week over a 19-year-old who escaped from Russia's invasion of Ukraine, after she filmed the crushing moment when she had to leave her dad behind.

The heartbreaking video from Diana Totok shows the moment when she, her sister and her mom, said goodbye to her dad, who had to stay behind because Ukraine banned men from leaving the country.

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