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  • Ukrainian Canadian Community Commemorates Black Ribbon Day

    Ukrainian Canadian Community Commemorates Black Ribbon Day August 23, 2017. OTTAWA. The Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) encourages all Canadians to take part in Black Ribbon Day Commemoration events being held across the country. These events are organized by the Central and Eastern European Council (CEEC), which represents the interests of 4 million Canadians of Central [&hellip


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    UCC SUPPORTS BLACK RIBBON DAY COMMEMORATIONS

     August 23, 2016 – Ottawa – The Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) encourages all Canadians to take part in Black Ribbon Day Commemoration events being held across the country. These events are organized by the Central and Eastern European Council (CEEC), which represents the interests of 4 million Canadians of Central and Eastern European heritage. In [&hellip


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    UCC ENCOURAGES ALL CANADIANS TO PARTICIPATE IN BLACK RIBBON DAY COMMEMORATIONS

    August 18, 2015 – Ottawa – The Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) encourages all Canadians to take part in Black Ribbon Day Commemoration events being held across the country. Organized by the Central and Eastern European Council (CEEC), locations have been announced for the 2015 National Black Ribbon Day Commemorations. The CEEC represents the interests of [&hellip


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    UCC SUPPORTS BLACK RIBBON DAY COMMEMORATIONS

    UCC SUPPORTS BLACK RIBBON DAY COMMEMORATIONS Ottawa, Ontario – August 7, 2014 – The Ukrainian Canadian Congress supports the Black Ribbon Day Commemorations organized by the Central and Eastern European Council of Canada, and encourages its branches, provincial councils and member organizations to take part in the events. The Central and Eastern European Council of Canada, [&hellip


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    Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Minister Jason Kenney issue statements to mark Black Ribbon Day

    Statement by the Prime Minister of Canada on Black Ribbon Day 23 August 2013 Ottawa, Ontario Prime Minister Stephen Harper today issued the following statement to mark Black Ribbon Day, the National Day of Remembrance for the Victims of Communism and Nazism in Europe: “Today, we pay tribute to the memory of the victims who [&hellip


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    UCC Supports National Black Ribbon Day Commemorations

    2013 National Black Ribbon Day: UCC SUPPORTS BLACK RIBBON DAY COMMEMORATIONS     TORONTO, ONTARIO – The Central and Eastern European Council of Canada, representing nearly 4 million Canadians of European heritage, has announced locations for National Black Ribbon Day commemorations taking place on August 23, 2013 in cities across Canada.  Black Ribbon Day Commemorations are taking place [&hellip


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    Statement by Liberal Leader Bob Rae on Black Ribbon Day

    Toronto, ON – August 23, 2012 – Liberal Leader Bob Rae made the following statement today on Black Ribbon Day: “In 2009, Parliament passed a solemn, unanimous resolution calling on all Canadians to recognise the significance of August 23 as the anniversary of the infamous agreement between the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany known as [&hellip


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    Statements by Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Minister Jason Kenney marking Black Ribbon Day

    OTTAWA – August 23, 2012 – Prime Minister Stephen Harper issued the following statement today to mark Black Ribbon Day, the national day of remembrance for the victims of Communism and Nazism in Europe: “Today, we take the time to offer our sympathy and support to those who have been victims of Communism and Nazi totalitarianism, [&hellip


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    UCC Supports Black Ribbon Day Commemorations

    Ottawa, Canada – August 22, 2012 – The Central and Eastern European Council of Canada, representing nearly 4 million Canadians of European heritage, has announced plans to commemorate National Black Ribbon Day on August 23rd, 2012 in cities across Canada. Evening ecumenical services are planned in Ottawa, Toronto, Vancouver, Edmonton, Winnipeg, and Montreal. In each city, all communities will be invited to a [&hellip


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    2012 National Black Ribbon Day

    Toronto, Ontario – The Central and Eastern European Council of Canada, representing nearly 4 million Canadians of European heritage, have announced plans to commemorate National Black Ribbon Day on August 23rd, 2012 in cities across Canada. Evening ecumenical services are planned in Toronto, Vancouver, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Ottawa and Montreal. In each city, all communities will [&hellip


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