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Past articles by Paul:

BBC faces staff mutiny after Gary Lineker’s suspension

Hours of soccer coverage had to be cancelled or stripped down this weekend as dozens of on-air personalities refused to work out of solidarity with Lineker → Read More

Pitching in: Fundraising through Re/Max’s Children’s Miracle Network

Last year Justin Havre & Associates topped all Re/Max teams in Canada by raising $225,000 → Read More

Russian dissidents in Poland clash as they try to plot a future without Putin

The People’s Deputies of Russia, which drafted a constitution and developed plans to hold elections for a newly formed parliament, met in Warsaw last week → Read More

In Warsaw, art therapy brings solace and hope to Ukrainian refugees

Program at Warsaw’s National Museum helps newly arrived Ukrainians open up about their emotions and begin to heal from their ordeals → Read More

Rishi Sunak reaches deal with the EU to resolve trade dispute over Northern Ireland

The British Prime Minister and European Commission President announce the ‘Windsor Framework,’ an agreement to govern the movement of goods between Ireland and Northern Ireland → Read More

Ukrainian soldier makes a 17-hour journey from Kharkiv to Warsaw to grant his son’s birthday wish

While he’s overjoyed to be reunited with his wife and children, Lt.-Col Klymenko can’t leave the battlefield fully behind → Read More

How the anniversary of war in Ukraine was marked around the world

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau delivered remarks commemorating the anniversary and across the country, the Ukrainian Canadian Congress organized 40 ‘Stand with Ukraine’ rallies → Read More

Founding the $1K Project for Ukraine to help families survive

Alex Iskold has raised US$12-million for 11.000 Ukrainian families in need → Read More

Ukrainian refugees in Poland live on hope, but little money, as war with Russia drags on

A year after Russia’s invasion, many displaced people are struggling to earn an income – and their Polish shelters will soon start charging them to stay → Read More

Apart but alive, this Ukrainian family recounts a year divided by war

When war with Russia broke out, Dmytro Klymenko rejoined the military while his wife, Ludmila, and their children escaped. A year later, they long for peace → Read More

Putin suspends nuclear treaty with U.S., says West wants global war against Russia

Russia suspends its participation in key nuclear arms treaty a day after U.S. President Biden makes surprise visit to Kyiv → Read More

Donating $40-million to create leading-edge cancer treatments for children at Montreal hospital

When Diane Blais and Michel Lanteigne retired from their executive positions at Ernst & Young, they wanted to make a significant donation to a worthy cause → Read More

Scotland’s leader Nicola Sturgeon to resign amid series of political setbacks

Ms. Sturgeon’s departure raises questions about a future referendum on Scottish independence → Read More

Mining industry’s campaign to fund genetic sequencing technology at BC Children’s Hospital

Mining for Miracles has launched a campaign to raise $3.5-million to fund genetic sequencing technology at the hospital → Read More

Britain signals it may send fighter jets to Ukraine during Zelensky’s surprise visit

Britain and other NATO allies have been reluctant to send Ukraine fighter jets, but British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak says Britain has agreed to start training Ukrainian pilots on NATO-standard aircraft → Read More

A system to amplify the needs of local charities, and link them with small businesses

Kelly Emery created Troop, which helps small- and mid-sized businesses get employees involved in local causes → Read More

Norwegians, shocked by rising hydro bills, change old habits and rethink what to do with oil wealth

Weather, the war in Ukraine and European economic factors have sent electricity rates soaring in a country used to abundant power. Will it tap into its enormous sovereign wealth fund to ease the pain? → Read More

Wagner Group defector’s asylum plea raises thorny questions for Norway

Andrej Medvedev has insisted that he wants to tell the world about war crimes committed by the Wagner Group, a private army founded by Russian businessman Yevgeny Prigozhin, a close ally of President Vladimir Putin → Read More

Fundraising ride from Toronto to New York cycles back for 2023 to raise money for Campfire Circle

Last year, around 40 cyclists joined the ride and they raised more than $800,000 for outdoor programs for children affected by cancer → Read More

Despite the war, Ukrainian book publisher Vivat presses on

Vivat Publishing managed to release 350 books last year despite the war → Read More