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A Canadian-Ukrainian in Kyiv – Part 4: Financing

To restore Ukraine to some form of pre-war normalcy, the process must begin now, and that means money and lots of it. Indeed, 

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A Canadian-Ukrainian in Kyiv – Part 3: Restitution

Somebody must pay for the reconstruction of Ukraine and it certainly shouldn’t be the Ukrainians, so who will foot the bill?

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A Gentleman’s War

War is hell when and wherever it happens, but the deliberate targeting of civilians is a relatively new phenomenon.

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A Canadian-Ukrainian in Kyiv – Part 2: Guidance

Documenting the destruction of civilian homes and public infrastructure is one thing, but collecting compensation for the losses and damage is another. 

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A Canadian-Ukrainian in Kyiv – Part 1: Justice

History shows that most refugees eventually return to their community, however, the likelihood of receiving compensation for a destroyed or damaged home is negligible.

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Great Expectations

I honestly didn’t know what to expect when I arrived in Kyiv two months ago.

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Incoming!!

Russian missiles were fired into the centre of Kyiv for the first time in a long while, striking the central Shevchenkivs’kyi district

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Identity

Time to Diia

I’ve been in Kyiv for nearly two months now and having a great time. Honestly, if it wasn’t for the 24-hour train ride from Warsaw to Kyiv and the occasional air raid siren, visiting…

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The Times They Are A-Changin’

In 1965, Bob Dylan released one of the most influential songs in history. The Times They are A-Changin’ was a comment on the war in Vietnam, the Civil Rights movement in the…

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The Great Ukrainian Resurrection

In today’s digitally connected world, the cost of war can be calculated in near real-time.

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