http://www.calgaryherald.com/opinion/op-ed/Luciuk+Banff+finally+tells+story+Ukrainian+internees/8562556/story.html Mary was born in Montreal. She was a child-survivor of the Spirit Lake internment camp. Instead of dwelling on her family’s suffering, she wondered whether Japanese, Italian and German
Immigrants interned in forced labour camps during First World War By Natalie Stechyson, Calgary Herald, June 18, 2013 Between 200 and 600 mostly Eastern European immigrants were help prisoner at
“Controversy dogs exhibit on First World War internment,” Globe and Mail, 10 June 2013 June 10, 2013 Controversy dogs exhibit on First World War internment – vFront page of Globe and
The Endowment Council of the Canadian First World War Internment Recognition Fund announces the Official Opening of the Cave & Basin First World War Internment Exhibit will take place on June 20, 2013 at 2:00pm at the Cave & Basin National Historic Site in Banff, Alberta.
Responding to recent reports about the contents of the taxpayer-funded Canadian Museum for Human Rights, in Winnipeg, the Ukrainian Canadian Civil Liberties Association has begun a national educational campaign
The Ukrainian Canadian Foundation of Taras Shevchenko is asking for submissions for the upcoming vacant position on the Endowment Council of the Canadian First World War Internment Recognition Fund as
The Ukrainian Canadian Civil Liberties Association (L'Association ukrainienne-canadienne des droits civils) is a non-partisan, voluntary, non-profit research and educational organization committed to the articulationand promotion of the Ukrainian Canadian