Posts in the category ‘Holodomor’

Canada commemorates Holodomor Memorial Day

 Canada Commemorates Holodomor Memorial Day  Ukraine Remembers. The World Acknowledges      November 23, 2018. OTTAWA. On Saturday, November 24, Canada commemorates Holodomor Memorial Day. In 1932-33, millions of Ukrainians – children, women and men – were murdered by the Soviet regime of Joseph Stalin. This year, we solemnly commemorate the 85th anniversary of this genocide of the Ukrainian people. [&hellip


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Holodomor Commemorated on Parliament Hill 

Holodomor Commemorated on Parliament Hill    November 22, 2018. OTTAWA. On November 20, the Ukrainian Canadian Congress, the Canada-Ukraine Parliamentary Friendship Group and the Embassy of Ukraine in Canada held a well-attended, solemn commemoration in Canada’s Parliament to mark the 85th anniversary of the Holodomor, the genocide of the Ukrainian people.  In 1932-33, the totalitarian [&hellip


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Holodomor Commemoration Events in Canada – 2018

    Commemorative events across Canada marking the 85th anniversary of the Holodomor  Contents Commemorative events across Canada marking the 85th anniversary of the Holodomor ALBERTA BRITISH COLUMBIA MANITOBA SASKATCHEWAN ONTARIO QUEBEC. NOVA SCOTIA   ALBERTA   Nov 19/18 EDMONTON 12:15 PM Legislature Buildings Rotunda Edmonton, AB T5K 2B6 Commemoration in recognition of the 10th [&hellip


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Director of Holodomor Museum in Kyiv Visits Montreal

MONTREAL – Montreal was the final stop for Olesia Stasiuk, the director of the National Holodomor Museum of Kyiv, who traveled across Canada with a presentation about the museum. Her two-day visit to Montreal was organized by the Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC), Montreal branch


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“Holodomor researchers featured at conference on oral history” [Article: The Ukrainian Weekly]

SOURCE: http://www.ukrweekly.com/uwwp/holodomor-researchers-featured-at-conference-on-oral-history/ By Sophia Isajiw MINNEAPOLIS – Four researchers of the Holodomor presented their findings at the annual meeting of the Oral History Association (OHA). The theme of the international conference, which took place October 4-7 in Minneapolis, was “Engaging Audiences: Oral History and the Public.” OHA is the major organization devoted to oral history, a [&hellip


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