With war still raging and no end in sight, Ukrainians are marking the second anniversary of Russia’s invasion of their country that has levelled some cities and caused tens of thousands of military and civilian deaths and injuries. Russia's unprovoked attack also has displaced millions of Ukrainians, with more than 200,000 now in Canada, including many in Southwestern Ontario cities such as London and Sarnia. Two years after the war in Ukraine began, this is what those fleeing the war and the ones supporting them have to say. LFP's Heather Rivers reports Read More

On a day when many deliberately refused to speak his name, from the sentencing judge on down, mass murderer Nathaniel Veltman's crimes – the murder of four members of a London Muslim family, and the attempted murder of a fifth – were denounced Thursday as community and wider reaction poured in to the judge's finding that Veltman committed terrorism. He was sentenced to 25 years in prison with no chance of parole, both for the murders and the attempted murder. Jack Moulton reports. Read More