December 29, 2023. OTTAWA, ON. Following today’s Russian terror strikes against Ukrainian civilians, Alexandra Chyczij, National President of the Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) issued the following statement: “In one
On February 24th, 2022, Russia declared war on Ukraine.
“The unprovoked and ferocious war that Russia has unleashed upon Ukraine is an evil unseen in Europe since World War II,” stated Alexandra Chyczij, National President of the UCC. “The resources of the Free World must be marshalled in the defence of Ukraine’s liberty. If Putin succeeds with his assault on Ukraine, the light of freedom in Europe may be extinguished for a generation.”
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for the Ukrainian peoples’ right to live free and in peace in their own land.
2024 Call to Action
Canada Stands With Ukraine Until Victory
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February 24th will mark two years since Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine in a war that has persisted for ten years.
Join UCC’s Winter Call to Action Today! Tell your MP – Stand With Ukraine! The Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) is grateful to everyone who participated in our November Call to
The Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) is asking you to email or call your Member of Parliament to urge them to support the modernization of the Canada-Ukraine Free Trade Agreement. Recently
On November 16, Alexandra Chyczij, UCC National President, published an op-ed, Ukraine is the Free World’s Citadel – But It Needs Our Cannons, in National Newswatch. You can read it
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Other ways to support
An estimated 14.6 million people, constituting nearly 40% of the country’s population, will require urgent assistance in 2024. In response to war, numerous initiatives have been launched to provide essential humanitarian and medical assistance. Organizations both within Ukraine and on the international stage are working tirelessly to address the of the affected population.
Also, initiatives have emerged to address defense priorities, contribute to the reconstruction process, and promote social projects.