The Globe and Mail: Canada is considering an increase in its military contingent in Ukraine country. The Globe and Mail newspaper reported this with reference to its sources.
It is noted that Anita Anand, recently appointed to the post of Minister of National Defense, is engaged in this proposal. So, among the ideas, the sending of several hundred military personnel to Ukraine, the transfer of Canadian CF-18 fighters from Romania and the sending of a battleship to the Black Sea were expressed. … Currently, there are about 200 military personnel in the Canadian mission as part of Operation Unifier, and in 2019 it was decided to extend it until the spring of 2022.
Earlier it became known that the United States was discussing the possibility of sending military advisers and weapons to Ukraine against the background of the alleged concentration of Russian troops near the border. Prior to this, US State Department spokesman Ned Price said that Washington did not know Moscow's intentions. Nevertheless, the diplomat noted that the United States is familiar with the schemes by which Russia operates.