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  • Call to Action: Holodomor Denial by University of Alberta Lecturer

    This week University of Alberta students along with the Ukrainian Canadian Students’ Union uncovered a series of public social media posts by Assistant Lecturer Dougal MacDonald that call the Holodomor a “myth” and a “lie”. To view some of these posts, please click here. Despite recognition of the Holodomor by the Canadian Parliament and provincial [&hellip


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    Welcome back to Ridni Shkoly!

    (English message below) Шановні освітяни! Вже за декілька днів розпочинаємо новий навчальний рік. Українські освітяни Рідних шкіл, денних двомовних програм та вищої школи наполегливо продовжують забезпечувати високий рівень знань учням та молоді. Завдяки Вашому професійному підходу та безмежній присвяті навчанню, Ви з впевненістю зустрічаєте виклики сучасності й забезпечуєте своїх учнів матеріалом, який заохочує їх до [&hellip


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    March 2019 Parliamentary Internship Update

    Update from Parliamentary Internship Program Director It’s been a busy year for the UCC Parliamentary Internship Program!  We were pleased to see Volodymyr Palagniuk find quick employment with MP Jim Eglinski in Ottawa in November.  Now Ostap Woychyshyn, our most recent intern, has accepted a job offer from the Canadian Coast Guard which will see him [&hellip


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    Giving Tuesday 2018 – Support UCC Parliamentary Internship Program

      Every day, we work hard at the UCC to represent and advocate our community’s interests to the government of Canada. Having more Ukrainian-Canadians in all levels of government who can help our community would be an immense benefit. This year we ask you to come together again and support one of our important projects [&hellip


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    Holodomor Awareness in Canada’s Capital Ottawa – November 24, 2016 SUSK uOttawa Press Release

    On Wednesday, November 16, 2016, in Ottawa, Canada, the nation’s capital, SUSK uOttawa (University of Ottawa Ukrainian Students’ Club) organized Holodomor Awareness Day, on the 83rd anniversary in commemoration of millions of innocent victims of Ukraine’s Holodomor – Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin’s man made famine genocide to destroy the Ukrainian nation perpetrated in 1932-1933. In Ukrainian villages [&hellip


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    UCC and SUSK Welcome Connor Moen as New National Coordinator

    August 15, 2016, Ottawa – The Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) and the Ukrainian Canadian Students’ Union (SUSK) are pleased to announce the appointment of Connor Moen as the new National Coordinator. Connor recently completed his Bachelor’s degree in Political Science at the University of Saskatchewan and will join the UCC staff in Ottawa on September [&hellip


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    UCC Encourages Ukrainian Canadian Youth to Apply for Prime Minister’s Youth Council

        July 22, 2016. OTTAWA. The Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) encourages young members of our community, aged 16 to 24, to apply for the Prime Minister of Canada’s Youth Council. According to the Government of Canada, the Prime Minister’s Youth Council is “A body of young Canadians aged 16 to 24, who will provide [&hellip


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    Camp Sokil is Hiring for 2016!

    Camp Sokil is Hiring for 2016! Camp Sokil is hiring! Are you ready for a fun and challenging summer helping to create memories that will last a lifetime? We have recently launched a revamped summer program offering up to 6 weeks of employment throughout the summer. We’re currently looking for Life Guards, Councillors and a [&hellip


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    Ukrainian Students’ Club commemorate the Holodomor

    Source: http://thefulcrum.ca/arts/ukrainian-students-club-commemorate-the-holodomor/ Club holds event for famine-genocide remembrance The University of Ottawa Ukrainian Students’ Club (SUSK Ottawa) hosted an event in the Alumni Auditorium on Nov. 24, featuring a historical exhibit, speakers, and a documentary film to commemorate the Ukrainian famine-genocide of 1932-33, called the Holodomor. The students in SUSK Ottawa felt that the commemoration was [&hellip


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