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The Globe & Mail: “Ukrainian group wants review of human-rights museum plan” [ARTICLE]

Ukrainian group wants review of human-rights museum plan JAMES ADAMS Globe and Mail Update Published Tuesday, Dec. 21, 2010 10:21PM EST Please click the link below to read the article at www.theglobeandmail.com: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/prairies/ukrainian-group-wants-review-of-human-rights-museum-plan/article


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Christmas Greetings from the Ukrainian Canadian Congress [VIDEO]

Різдвяні Побажання Christmas Greeting


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“Canadian Museum for Human Rights is quite un-Canadian” (The Whig Standard)

Canadian Museum for Human Rights is quite un-Canadian By LUBOMYR LUCIUK The Whig Standard, 17 December 2010 Two songs keep coming to mind. The first is by Buffalo Springfield, For What It’s Worth. I’ve always liked its haunting refrain: “There’s something happening here. What it is ain’t exactly clear.” That ditty describes precisely my take [&hellip


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CIUS Press release – Ukraine’s Former Ambassador Yuri Scherbak Visited Canada

Contact:            Mykola Soroka                                                                    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tel:                   (780) 492-6847 E-mail:              msoroka@ualberta.ca Ukraine’s Former Ambassador Yuri Scherbak Delivers Strong Criticism of Yanukovych Regime and Calls for Continued Engagement with Ukraine December 13, 2010—From October 23 to November 7, Dr. Yuri Scherbak, who served as Ukraine’s ambassador to Israel, the United States, Mexico, and Canada, visited Toronto, [&hellip


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The Parliament of Canada Remembers Ukraine’s Famine/Genocide 1932-33

The Parliament of Canada Remembers Ukraine’s Famine/Genocide 1932-33

Canada-Ukraine Parliamentary Friendship Group For Immediate Release December 1, 2010 The Parliament of Canada Remembers Ukraine’s Famine/Genocide 1932-33 Click here to download entire document as PDF NOVEMBER 30, 2010, OTTAWA, ONTARIO – The memory and experiences of survivors of the Holodomor — the Ukrainian Famine/Genocide in 1932 and 1933 – were commemorated on Tuesday, November [&hellip


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Spirit Lake Internment Interpretive Centre’s Official Opening Postponed to 2011

PRESS RELEASE Spirit Lake Internment Interpretive Centre’s Official Opening Postponed to 2011 Click Here to Download the PDF of the Press Release Full text below: Corporation Camp Spirit Lake : 242, chemin Joseph-Langlois, Trécesson (Qc) J0Y 2S0 Téléphone : (819) 727-2267 / Télécopieur : (819) 727-2269 Courriel : campspiritlake@cableamos.com Site web : www.campspiritlake.ca Spirit Lake [&hellip


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UCCLA: Broken promises made to Ukrainian Canadians provoked controversy

UCCLA MEDIA RELEASE (14 December 2010) BROKEN PROMISES MADE TO UKRAINIAN CANADIANS PROVOKED CONTROVERSY A growing controversy over the proposed contents of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights (see The Globe and Mail, “Group says rights museum slights sufferings of Ukrainians,”11 December 2010) was, in part, provoked because of promises made in April 2003 by [&hellip


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ICPS: Ukraine will only fulfill its EEC commitments by 2018

http://www.icps.com.ua/news/6142.html Ukraine will only fulfill its EEC commitments by 2018 Ukraine will be unable to fulfill its main commitment to the Agreement on accession to the European Energy Community—to reform the energy sector in line with EU environmental standards—earlier than 2018. At the same time, joining the EEC will be the main factor spurring reform [&hellip


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Rights museum called biased; Holodomor being overlooked: group

http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/local/rights-museum-called-biased-111838924.html Winnipeg Free Press – PRINT EDITION Rights museum called biased Holodomor being overlooked: group By: Carol Sanders Posted: 14/12/2010 ‘It’s a very emotional issue for a number of people…We’ll only get one chance to make sure it’s done right’ — Taras Zalusky, Ukrainian Canadian Congress, on the museum’s final content advisory committee report A national organization [&hellip


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Statement by Kevin Lamoureux on the recognition of the Holodomor

For Immediate Release December 14th, 2010 Statement by Kevin Lamoureux, MP for Winnipeg North, on the recognition of the Holodomor by the Canadian Museum for Human Rights OTTAWA – Kevin Lamoureux, MP for Winnipeg North, made the following statement in the House of Commons on Monday, December 13th: “This past month we paused to reflect [&hellip


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