As the world watches the Russian invasion of Ukraine, we are all holding our breath to see what will happen next. But there are some things that are also being watched closer to home here in North America.

Russian planes were spotted in Canadian airspace. As many of the countries around the world have now banned any Russian planes from their airspace, Russian planes are finding it hard to navigate.

The President will give the State of the Union address this Tuesday and it will be interesting to hear what he has to say about the current situations we are facing. As the country is struggling with inflation and the final stages of the COVID pandemic, the Russian invasion has taken center stage around the world.

Our thoughts are with the Ukrainian people. Seeing the images and hearing the news has been tough to comprehend. But the international support has also been incredible. World-wide, people have been donating money, protesting in groups and showing support on social media.

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