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UCC holds successful AGM in Montreal

UCC holds successful AGM in Montreal – Alexandra Chyczij elected National President Minister Bibeau addresses UCC Leadership Awards Dinner  December 11, 2018. MONTREAL, QC. The Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) held its Annual General Meeting and a meeting of the Board of Directors in Montreal, QC, on December 7-9, 2018. On December 8, Paul Grod, recently [&hellip


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UCC National Leadership Award Recipients – 2018, Montreal

UCC National Leadership Awards –  2018, Montreal – Presented December 8, 2018   GREGORY BEDIK For his outstanding contribution to the development of the Ukrainian community in Québec, in particular, for his voluntary work in Plast-Montréal and as president of the Montréal’s St. Volodymyr Cultural Association, which organizes the Annual Montréal Ukrainian Festival. Under his [&hellip


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Alexandra Chyczij elected new UCC President

Alexandra Chyczij elected as new UCC President December 8, 2018. MONTREAL, QC. The Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) is holding its meeting of the Board of Directors and Annual General Meeting in Montreal, Quebec on December 7-9, 2018. Today, Paul Grod, who was recently elected President of the Ukrainian World Congress (UWC) at the XI Ukrainian World [&hellip


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UCC welcomes Canada’s significant contribution to strengthening democracy in Ukraine

UCC welcomes Canada’s significant contribution to strengthening democracy in Ukraine Government of Canada announces $24 million in support ahead of next year’s elections in Ukraine December 6, 2018. OTTAWA. The Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) welcomes today’s announcement by the Honourable Chrystia Freeland, Minister of Foreign Affairs, and the Honourable Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of International Development, [&hellip


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2019 Winter Bulletin

The 2019 Winter Bulletin is here! Read through the 16 pages of activities and updates over the last six months from the UCC.   Download Link Here


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Ukraine marks Armed Forces Day

Ukraine marks Armed Forces Day Today, Ukraine and Ukrainians around the world mark Armed Forces Day. We pause to pay tribute to Ukraine’s men and women in uniform, courageously defending their country against a foreign aggressor. For almost five years, Russia has waged war on Ukraine. Ukraine faces a ruthless and well-armed enemy. But the [&hellip


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Canada’s Parliament strongly supports Ukraine

The Ukrainian Canadian Congress is pleased that Canada’s support for Ukraine is strong in the face of increased Russian aggression and hostility, and is a priority for Canada’s Parliament. On December 4, 2018 the Standing Committee on National Defence held a special hearing.  Please click on the image of Ambassador Shevchenko to go to video [&hellip


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A Special UCC Parliamentary Internship Program Announcement!

A Special UCC Parliamentary Internship Program Announcement! December 5, 2018. OTTAWA. The Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) is very proud of our Parliamentary Internship program. By providing valuable opportunities for Ukrainian-Canadian recent university graduates to work on Parliament Hill, we are helping build the next generation of leaders! Your generous support for this program is making [&hellip


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UCC calls for united international response to Russia’s aggression against Ukraine

UCC calls for united international response to Russia’s aggression against Ukraine Ahead of the meeting of NATO Foreign Ministers (December 4-5), the UCC wrote to the Honourable Chrystia Freeland, Canada’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, calling for a united, robust response by Canada and NATO Allies to Russia’s blatant act of aggression against Ukrainian naval vessels [&hellip


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Nov 26 Ukraine Situation Briefing

UCC Situation Briefing on Ukraine: Crisis following Russia’s attack on Ukrainian navy ships On November 25, in a deliberate and unprovoked attack, Russian warships attacked and opened fire on Ukrainian navy ships in neutral waters in the Sea of Azov. At least 6 Ukrainian sailors are wounded. Three Ukrainian ships were captured by Russian naval [&hellip


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