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  • STATEMENT BY UCC PRESIDENT PAUL GROD ON CHANGES TO FEDERAL CABINET

    February 9, 2015 – OTTAWA. UCC President Paul Grod issued the following statement on today’s changes to the federal cabinet. “On behalf of the Ukrainian Canadian community, I wish to express my sincere best wishes to Honourable Jason Kenney as he assumes his new responsibilities as Minister of National Defence, and to the Honourable Rob [&hellip


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    UCC eNewsletter – February Newsletter 2015

    In this Issue: Minister Nicholson announces that Canada will join US-Ukraine Joint Commission Free Savchenko Rallies Canadians Assist in Delivery of Military Gear for Ukraine Paul Yuzyk Award for Multiculturalism Ukrainian Canadian Community Welcomes Federal $1.5M Funding For Holodomor Awareness Project Canadian Ethnocultural Council Meeting UWC Medical Conference CBC’s The Fifth Estate: Putin’s Long Shadow [&hellip


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    UCC eNewsletter – December 2014

    In this Issue: Christmas Greeting from UCC President Paul Grod The Council of Ukrainian Credit Unions of Canada held AGM  Holodomor Commemorations held across Canada Ukrainian Canadian Community Commemorates the One Year Anniversary of Revolution of Dignity Former Russian PM Mikhail Kasyanov visits University of Ottawa Featured Ukrainian Canadian: Dr. Petro Potichnyj Tribute to Liberty [&hellip


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    UCC eNewsletter – November 2014

    In this issue:  UCC congratulates Orysia Sushko on “25 Most Influential Women” award City of Winnipeg unveils Honourary Taras Shevchenko Way UCC congratulates James Temerty on receiving the Omelian Kovch Award EuroMaidan Canada Project Delivers E-Books to Hospitals and Orphanages Medical Mission to Ukraine UCC National to hold Holodomor Commemoration on Parliament Hill SUSK Ottawa [&hellip


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    UCC eNewsletter – October 2014

    In this issue: Nominations for “200 Years since the birth of Taras Shevchenko” Insignia UCC and PM Harper welcome President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko to Ottawa UCC Annual General Meeting and Board of Directors Meeting in Winnipeg, MB Unveiling of Holodomor Statue in Manitoba Ukrainian Day on the Hill – Advocacy Meetings with Parliamentarians Toronto [&hellip


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    Sharing the Story – Holodomor Awareness eNewsletter – Volume 1, Issue 9 – November 23, 2013

    Volume 1, Issue 9 – November 23, 2013.    International Holodomor Memorial Day Saturday, November 23   Remember the victims with a moment of silence at 19:32 local time. Light a candle of remembrance in your home. Participate in local commemorative events and memorial services.   Share the story … Share the truth of the Holodomor   [&hellip


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    Sharing the Story – Holodomor Awareness eNewsletter – Volume 1, Issue 7 – November 20, 2013.

    Volume 1, Issue 7 – November 20, 2013.    Black Flag installations raise awareness across Canada Black Flag Installation at Winnipeg’s Holy Family Home Throughout Canada installations of 33 black flags Grade 8 and 9 students at Balwin Public School in Edmonton commemorate 80th anniversary with black flag display at prominent city locations pay tribute to [&hellip


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    Sharing the Story – Holodomor Awareness eNewsletter – Volume 1, Issue 5 – November 18, 2013.

    Volume 1, Issue 5 – November 18, 2013.   National Holodomor Awareness week underway in Canada   Canadians mark the 80th anniversary of the Ukrainian Genocide     “The Ukrainian Famine was the crime of the century that nobody’s ever heard of.” Historian James Mace     The Ukrainian Canadian Congress with its member organizations has [&hellip


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    Sharing the Story – Holodomor Awareness eNewsletter – Volume 1, Issue 4 – November 14, 2013.

    Volume 1, Issue 4 – November 14, 2013. Canadians prepare to mark 80th anniversary of Holodomor   Canadians have planned a wide range of commemorative initiatives in cities across the country to pay tribute to the victims of the Holodomor, Famine-Genocide of 1932-33. A list of events is available by visiting the UCC web site.    [&hellip


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