The commander of Canadian troops in Ukraine says his soldiers are pressing ahead with their mission — preparing the eastern European country’s military for war — amid the looming threat of a Russian invasion.
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Gilbert commands a contingent of about 200 Canadian soldiers who have been deployed on what is known as Operation Unifier. Their mission: train Ukrainian counterparts in everything from the basics of soldiering to advanced engineering and medical skills.