Posts in the category ‘Holodomor’

Statement by the Prime Minister of Canada on Holodomor Memorial Day

November 28, 2015 Valletta, Malta The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, issued the following statement today on Holodomor Memorial Day: “One of the darkest chapters of human history, the Holodomor, occurred over eighty years ago between 1932 and 1933. The Holodomor was the systemic and horrific genocide of millions of Ukrainians by a totalitarian Soviet regime. […]


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UCC Saskatchewan e-Bulletin for 2015 November 27

  e-Бюлетень Published by the Ukrainian Canadian Congress Saskatchewan Provincial Council, Inc.     27 November 2015 Vol. 12 № 22 (240) 27 листопада 2015 р. 125th Anniversary of Ukrainian Immigration to Canada (1891-2016) UCC Unveils Logo… (media release) | Description of the Logo Design | About the Artist КУК представив логотип… (прес-реліз) | Пояснення […]


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UCC President’s Statement on the 82nd Anniversary of the Holodomor

This week we remember and commemorate the terrible tragedy of the Holodomor where countless millions of men, women and children were senselessly murdered through starvation by the communist regime of Joseph Stalin. Today the Holodomor remains an incredibly important and relevant human rights story. In trying to understand genocide, I have often asked myself why […]


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Statement by Minister Joly Commemorating the Holodomor

Department of Canadian Heritage November 27, 2015 15:00 ET Statement by Minister Joly Commemorating the Holodomor OTTAWA, ONTARIO–(Marketwired – Nov. 27, 2015) – This week Canadians commemorate one of the greatest tragedies of the last century: the deaths of millions of Ukrainians who perished as victims of a man-made famine under Stalin from 1932 to […]


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SENATOR ANDREYCHUK MARKS UKRAINIAN FAMINE-GENOCIDE (“HOLODOMOR”) MEMORIAL DAY

Release Date: 27 November 2015 For immediate release SENATOR ANDREYCHUK MARKS UKRAINIAN FAMINE-GENOCIDE   (“HOLODOMOR”) MEMORIAL DAY Senator Andreychuk made the following statement ahead of the Ukrainian Famine and Genocide (“Holodomor”) Memorial Day on Saturday, November 28, 2015: “The fourth Saturday in November has been recognized by Ukrainian communities throughout the world as a day to […]


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Let us remember on National Holodomor Memorial Day November 28 – Canadians mark the 82nd anniversary of the Ukrainian Genocide

Let us remember on National Holodomor Memorial Day November 28   Canadians mark the 82nd anniversary of the Ukrainian Genocide Canadians continue to mark the 82nd anniversary of the Holodomor, Famine Genocide of 1932-33, with commemorative events scheduled across the country. Saturday, November 28 marks International Holodomor Memorial Day and National Holodomor Memorial Day as […]


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The Holodomor: Why the West must push back against Putin’s version of history [The Globe and Mail]

Source: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-debate/the-holodomor-why-the-west-must-push-back-against-putins-version-of-history/article27445153/ TARAS KUZIO Contributed to The Globe and Mail Taras Kuzio is a senior fellow at the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies, University of Alberta. — This month, as Russian President Vladimir Putin continues his aggression against Ukraine, Ukrainians around the world commemorate the Holodomor, the terror-famine of 1932-1933. The murder of upwards of five […]


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Yvan Baker, MPP invites you to join him in a Holodomor Commemoration at Queen’s Park

Dear Friends, Tomorrow (Tuesday, Nov 24th), we will be commemorating the Holodomor Awareness Week and launching the Holodomor Mobile Classroom from 8:30AM – 10:00AM at Queen’s Park. Please see invitation below. Don’t Forget to RSVP! Please remember to RSVP! Due to legislative security procedures we need to know in advance if you will be attending. Once registered, […]


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Ukrainian Canadian Congress launches National Holodomor Awareness Week 2015

“We never had a youth. We were guilty. We just didn’t know of what, of what sins. Simply because we were called Ukrainians. But we survived. I’d like to think we survived so that someone would be left to tell the story.” – Halyna Hubka, Holodomor survivor, Poltava oblast. 23 November 2015 – The Ukrainian […]


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