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
Location: Holland Park (last 2 stops of the Skytrain in Surrey) Visit the Fusion Festival in Surrey where the Ukrainian community of the Lower Mainland is taking part, supported by the Ukrainian Canadian Congress – Vancouver Branch. Running simultaneously and synchronized with the BC Games, It promises to be even bigger than last year. There [&hellip
Ukrainian Catholic Church The Ukrainian Catholic Church will be holding two Divine liturgies along with the two panahydas. Grinrod Saturday the 26th of Nov at 4:00 pm. (This is a small village – so you have no street addtress) — BC Vernon Sunday the 27th. at 10:00 am. The Vernon church is located at 2210 – 40th [&hellip
Memorial Service (Panakhyda) on Saturday, 26 November, 2011 at noon followed by the film “Genocide Revealed”. Ukrainian Orthodox Church of Sts Peter & Paul, Kyivan Patriarchate, located at 304-8th Street, New Westminster, B.C. Also: Installation of 33 black flags and 3 Ukrainian flags in memory of Holodomor
Vancouver Time: August 23, 7pm Location: St Mary’s Ukrainian Church, 550 West 14 th Avenue Vancouver BC Contacts: Mirko Petriw, Secretary-Treasurer UCC Vancouver Branch Email: email@example.com Telephone: (604) 9366177 Fax: (604) 936 6174 Markus Hess, Acting President – Estonian Central Council in Canada Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Commemorative Panakhyda for the 25th Anniversary of Chornobyl on Tuesday, 26 April, 2011 at 11.00 am at: Ukrainian Orthodox Autocephalous Church of Sts Peter & Paul Kyivan Patriarchate 304 – 8th Street, New Westminster.