16 December 2014 – Ottawa – The Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) is pleased to announce that a stamp commemorating the 100th anniversary of Canada’s First National Internment Operations is available for purchase.
During the First World War, thousands of Canadians, many of them of Ukrainian heritage, were designated “enemy aliens” and incarcerated under the War Measures
Dozens of Ukrainian Winnipeggers gathered on the steps of the legislature Sunday night to mark the first anniversary of the Euromaidan–the civil unrest in Ukraine we saw last year.
The rally was organized by Manitoba’s Ukrainian Canadian Congress.
“What we want to achieve by this is to bring attention to Canadians of the events in Ukraine over the year. Lots
UKRAINIAN CANADIAN CONGRESS COMMEMORATES FIRST ANNIVERSARY OF UKRAINE’S REVOLUTION OF DIGNITY
29 November – Ottawa – The Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) is commemorating the first anniversary of the Euromaidan movement in Ukraine.
Peaceful protests, which began on 21 November, 2013, in response to former President Yanukovych’s decision to not sign the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement, were met with
TOGETHER, WE MADE THIS HAPPEN!
Yesterday, the Government of Canada announced additional non-lethal support for the Ukrainian military in the form of thousands of winter jackets, pants, boots and gloves. Canada is also providing secure telecommunications equipment, night and thermal vision devices, medical kits, a field hospital and other equipment that will save the lives of
UKRAINIAN CANADIAN CONGRESS APPLAUDS GOVERNMENT OF CANADA’S ANNOUNCEMENT OF ADDITIONAL AID TO UKRAINE’S MILITARY
26 November, 2014 – OTTAWA – The Ukrainian Congress (UCC) welcomes the announcement by the Government of Canada on the provision of additional non-lethal military assistance to Ukraine’s military.
Canada’s Minister of National Defence, the Honourable Rob Nicholson, today announced,
“Our Government is committed
November 24, 2014
Canada Ukraine Foundation Medical Mission to air on the National
The Canada Ukraine Foundation recently organized a Medical Mission to Ukraine whichwas comprised of doctors, nurses and health care professionals from Canada who dedicated their time and expertise to treating and caring for the Ukrainian soldiers and the many injured on the Maidan.
Let Us Remember
National Holodomor Memorial Day
Saturday, November 22
Canadians mark the 81st anniversary of the Ukrainian Genocide
“The Ukrainian Famine was the crime of the century that nobody’s ever heard of.”
- Historian James Mace
Canadians continue to mark the 81st anniversary of the Holodomor, Famine Genocide of 1932-33, with commemorative events scheduled across the country.
Saturday, November 22 marks
81st Holodomor Anniversary Commemorated in Parliament
Rev. Michael Winn (L) and Rev. Fr. Ihor Okhrimtchouk lead those assembled in prayer
November 19, 2014 – Ottawa, Canada
On Wednesday November 19th, in participation of National Holodomor Awareness Week, the Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) in cooperation with the Canada-Ukraine Parliamentary Friendship Group (CUPFG) and the Embassy of Ukraine in Canada
Ukrainian Canadian Congress launches National Holodomor Awareness Week
“We were guilty, we just didn’t know of what, of what sins.
Simply because we were called Ukrainians.”
Holodomor survivor, Poltava oblast
18 November 2014 – The Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) has launched National Holodomor Awareness Week from 17-23 November 2014.
Eighty one years ago, in an attempt to silence the Ukrainian nation