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News of Prime Minister Harper in Ukraine

IN THIS POST: Harper set to discuss human rights on visit Harper denounces communist legacy in Ukraine Harper pushes freedoms, respect for national memory in Ukraine Harper presses Ukraine over deteriorating human rights News of Prime Minister Harper in Ukraine Harper set to discuss human rights on visit Tuesday, October 26, 2010 Postmedia News October 26, [&hellip


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Harper continues tough-message visit to Ukraine

More News on Prime Minister Harper in L’viv Harper continues tough-message visit to Ukraine October 26, 2010 by Peter O’Neil-Europe Correspondent-Postmedia News L’viv,Ukraine-Prime Minister Stephen Harper, in one of the world’s few large countries where Canada has considerable influence, used that clout Tuesday to send another tough message to President Viktor Yanukovych about growing Russia-style authoritarianism [&hellip


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Націоналісти йдуть до влади в Одесі з гаслом «Українському місту – українську владу!»

Одеська обласна організація 65020, м. Одеса, вул. Тираспольська 27/29 к. 609; http://www.odesa.svoboda.org.ua; e-mail: svoboda@aries.net.ua; тел. 8067-776-03-43 «26» жовтня 2010 року Націоналісти йдуть до влади в Одесі з гаслом «Українському місту – українську владу!» Виборча програма Одеської «Свободи» до міської ради – «Українському місту – українську владу!» 1. Влада і городяни: 1.1 Примусити місцеву владу та  [&hellip


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Hnat Khotkevych V International Ukrainian Folk Instruments Contest

Hnat Khotkevych V International Ukrainian Folk Instruments Contest The Fifth Hnat Khotkevych International Contest of Performers on Ukrainian Folk Instruments will take place on 4-14 November in Kharkiv. The Competition was founded in 1997 by Kharkiv Regional State Administration, Kharkiv City Council, I. P. Kotliarevsky Kharkiv State University of Arts, the Hnat Khotkevych Foundation for [&hellip


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PM announces new agreement on youth mobility with Ukraine

News Release From the Prime Minister’s Web Site (http://www.pm.gc.ca/) PM announces new agreement on youth mobility with Ukraine Photo courtesy of: http://www.pm.gc.ca October 25, 2010 Kyiv, Ukraine Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced today that Canada and Ukraine have signed a new agreement that will give young people more opportunity to travel and work in each [&hellip


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Denys Drozdyuk is Canada’s Favourite Dancer

October 25, 2010-Winnipeg, Manitoba-After more than one and a half million votes, 25-year-old Ukrainian Canadian Denys Drozdyuk, a ballroom dancer from Toronto, was named Canada’s Favourite Dancer. He was rendered speechless, doubling over in shock as host Leah Miller revealed his win on the So You Think You Can Dance Canada Season 3 finale on [&hellip


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News Coverage of Prime Minister Harper’s Trip to Ukraine

News Coverage of Prime Minister Harper’s Trip to Ukraine Harper begins symbolic trip to Ukraine Sun Oct 24, 4:24 PM By Jennifer Ditchburn, The Canadian Press October 24, 2010-KYIV, Ukraine – Prime Minister Stephen Harper will tug on the deep familial ties that bind Canada and Ukraine, in an attempt to pull that struggling republic’s [&hellip


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The Canadian Press: Harper begins trip to Ukraine with message on rights, democracy

The Canadian Press – ONLINE EDITION Harper begins trip to Ukraine with message on rights, democracy LINK: http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/canada/breakingnews/harper-begins-trip-to-ukraine-with-message-on-rights-democracy-105633953.html By: Jennifer Ditchburn, The Canadian Press Posted: 24/10/2010 1:58 PM | Last Modified: 24/10/2010 5:28 PM Prime Minister Stephen Harper receives a gift of bread and salt from women in national dress as he arrives in the region of Kyiv, Ukraine, on [&hellip


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Ukrainian Canadian Congress launches Holodomor Awareness Campaign

UKRAINIAN CANADIAN CONGRESS LAUNCHES HOLODOMOR AWARENESS CAMPAIGN October 23, 2010-Winnipeg, Manitoba-The Ukrainian Canadian Congress has launched a new campaign to ensure that the 1932-33 Famine in Ukraine is remembered and properly recognized as a genocide of the Ukrainian people. “We must never waiver in our commitment to the memory of the millions of victims of [&hellip


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The Ukrainian Museum: Meet author Tim Snyder & Reflections of Mazepa

The Ukrainian Museum 222 East 6th Street New York, NY 10003 212-228-0110 http://www.ukrainianmuseum.org Book launch and signing Meet the author Prof. Timothy Snyder (Yale) Bloodlands: Europe Between Hitler and Stalin Friday, October 22, 7:30 p.m. Americans call the Second World War “The Good War.” But before it even began, America’s wartime ally Josef Stalin had [&hellip


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