Ukraine’s ambassador to Canada thanked Canadians for supporting the nation within the 9 months since Russia invaded.
“I would like to thank every Canadian for standing with Ukraine,” Yulia Kovaliv mentioned on CTV News Channel’s Power Play Friday.
Kovaliv was responding to a brand new Nanos Research ballot.
That ballot discovered that even when it leads to a bigger deficit, 71 per cent of Canadians support or considerably support sending Ukraine more cash.
That’s in contrast to 25 per cent who wouldn’t absolutely support sending Ukraine extra monetary assist.
Read extra concerning the ballot, together with methodology
The ballot comes amid a cost-of-living disaster that features Canadians seeing document inflation on their grocery payments and elsewhere.
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“The big source of that inflation is Putin’s war against Ukraine,” she instructed host Mike LeCouteur. Kovaliv blames invasion for larger electrical energy and meals costs.
“Help us to win the war. That will make the global inflation much lower,” she mentioned.
Yulia Kovaliv talks about Canada’s support for Ukraine within the video on the prime of this text.