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Ukrainian journalist Serhi Prokopenko tells guest host Murray Brewster about covering the war in her homeland. Defense expert Philip Kerber, who has advised both Ukraine and NATO, discusses the development of the conflict. PLUS – Defense Minister Anita Anand talks about Canada’s support for arming and training Ukraine’s military, and House visits Kitchener, Ont. To talk to Green MP Mike Morris for our summer series.

war outside your door

Serhi Prokopenko did not have to travel far to become a war correspondent. He only had to step outside his apartment in Kharkiv city in eastern Ukraine to witness the Russian invasion.

While more than half of residents of Ukraine’s second-largest city have fled, Prokopenko, editor of online news site Guara Media, has stayed to document the destruction – and resilience – of the place he calls home. He talks with guest host Murray Brewster about the experience of covering a war at his door.

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Serhi Prokopenko, editor of Ukrainian online news site Guara Media, talks with guest host Murray Brewster about the experience of covering a war on his doorstep.

Ukraine’s possible counter-punch

On suspicion and objection from the allies, Ukraine is slowly and steadily laying the groundwork for a counter-attack in the south of the country. drive out russia In some of the areas occupied since the February 24 invasion. It carries enormous risk, but it also has the potential to change the course of war.

Philip Kerber is the president of the conservative-leaning, US-based Potomac Foundation and an expert on Russian strategy and warfare tactics that has advised both the Ukrainian government and NATO on the war’s direction. he joins House To discuss the military situation and what might happen next.

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Philip Kerber, president of the US-based Potomac Foundation and a defense expert who has advised both the Ukrainian government and NATO on the direction of war, joins the House to discuss the current military situation.

Helping Ukraine Build a New Army

As the protracted heat of conflict continues to grow and the war approaches its half-year mark, Canada this week announced Canadian troops will join the British army To help convert Ukrainian citizens into soldiers.

What would it take to create a new Ukrainian army? And is Canada doing enough in that effort? Defense Minister Anita Anand spoke with guest host Murray Brewster about Canada’s ongoing support for the beleaguered country.

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Defense Minister Anita Anand spoke with guest host Murray Brewster about Canada’s ongoing support for Ukraine and its promises to arm and train the beleaguered country’s military.

backbencher’s backyard

It’s summer, and that means MPs are back on their rides to attend BBQs, talk to constituents and perhaps take some time off to enjoy the warmer weather. this summer, House Will meet with lawmakers about their constituencies, what they got in politics and what they hope to achieve in Ottawa.

In this installment of our “Backbencher’s Backyard” series, we travel to Kitchener, Ont., to speak with one of two Green representatives in the House of Commons: rookie MP Mike Morris.

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In this installment of our “Backbencher’s Backyards” series, The House travels to Kitchener, Ont., to speak with one of two Green representatives in the House of Commons: rookie MP Mike Morris.

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