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  • National Volunteer Week 2018

    National Volunteer Week is a time to celebrate and thank Canada’s 12.7 million volunteers. From April 15-21, 2018 there will be events held across Canada to recognize the contributions of volunteers in our communities. The Ukrainian Canadian Congress would like to thank the many thousands of community volunteers who give of their time to make our [&hellip

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    UCC expresses deep condolences on tragic accident in Saskatchewan

      April 10, 2018. OTTAWA. The Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) joins all Canadians in mourning following the tragic bus crash that took place in Saskatchewan on April 6. The accident involved the Humboldt Broncos hockey team. We express our deepest condolences to the families and friends of the fifteen people who lost their lives in [&hellip

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    April is Genocide Remembrance Month

    CIJA, ANCC, UCC and the Humura Association Join Efforts in Marking Genocide Remembrance, Condemnation and Prevention Month   Ottawa – This year, on the occasion of Genocide Awareness, Condemnation and Prevention Month, the Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs, the Armenian National Committee of Canada, the Ukrainian Canadian Congress and the Rwandan Humura Association are [&hellip

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    2018 Spring Priorities Survey

    This spring we want to hear directly from you! Our Spring Priorities Survey is a short but important way individual members of the Ukrainian Canadian community to provide input about your thoughts and priorities

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    Canada expels Russian diplomats in response to chemical attack in UK

    Canada expels Russian diplomats in response to chemical attack in UK March 26, 2018. OTTAWA. The Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) welcomes the expulsion of four Russian diplomats by Canada in response to the recent chemical attack in Salisbury, United Kingdom, perpetrated by the Russian Federation. The expulsions were announced by the Honourable Chrystia Freeland, Canada’s [&hellip

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    Canada’s Federal Budget 2018: What It Means For Our Community

    Canada’s Federal Budget 2018: What It Means For Our Community  The Ukrainian Canadian Congress National Office has reviewed the 2018 Federal Budget, and we are pleased to present these summary highlights, which impact issues of importance to our Ukrainian Canadian community. Increase in International Assistance funding of approximately $400 million per year In Budget 2018, [&hellip

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    2018 Winter Bulletin

    The 2018 Winter Bulletin is here! See over 16 pages of activities and reports from the summer and fall such as how the community rallied around Team Invictus Ukraine athletes, to encourage, support and motivate them.     Download Link Here

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    1.36 Million Ukrainian Canadians identified in 2016 Census

    Today’s census report on immigration and ethnocultural diversity showed that 1,359,655 Canadians self-identify as Ukrainian

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