Holodomor Awareness Week
November 23 – 29

Statement by the Prime Minister of Canada on Holodomor Memorial Day

November 28, 2015 Valletta, Malta The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, issued the following statement today on Holodomor Memorial Day: “One of the darkest chapters of human history, the Holodomor, occurred over eighty years ago between 1932 and 1933. The Holodomor was the systemic and horrific genocide of millions of Ukrainians by a totalitarian Soviet regime. [&hellip

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UCC President’s Statement on the 82nd Anniversary of the Holodomor

This week we remember and commemorate the terrible tragedy of the Holodomor where countless millions of men, women and children were senselessly murdered through starvation by the communist regime of Joseph Stalin. Today the Holodomor remains an incredibly important and relevant human rights story. In trying to understand genocide, I have often asked myself why [&hellip

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Ukrainian Canadian Congress launches National Holodomor Awareness Week 2015

“We never had a youth. We were guilty. We just didn’t know of what, of what sins. Simply because we were called Ukrainians. But we survived. I’d like to think we survived so that someone would be left to tell the story.” – Halyna Hubka, Holodomor survivor, Poltava oblast. 23 November 2015 – The Ukrainian [&hellip

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UCC Congratulates PM-Designate Justin Trudeau and Welcomes Eleven Ukrainian Canadians Elected to Parliament

OCTOBER 20, 2015 – OTTAWA. The Ukrainian Canadian Congress congratulates Mr. Justin Trudeau and the Liberal Party of Canada for the results of the 2015 Canadian federal election. “On behalf of Canada’s 1.3 million Ukrainian Canadian community, I congratulate Mr. Trudeau on his election as Prime Minister and all the Members of Parliament elected to [&hellip

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