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  • Designation by the United States of the “Russian Imperial Movement” as a Global Terrorist

    On April 6, 2020 the US State Department’s Counterterrorism Bureau announced the designation of the Russian Imperial Movement – “Russkoe Imperskoe Dvizhenie” (RID) as a Specially-Designated Global Terrorist (SDGT). On April 8, UCC President Alexandra Chyczij wrote to Bill Blair, Canada’s Minister of Public Safety and  François-Philippe Champagne, Canada’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, urging Canada […]

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    Statement on Armenian Genocide Memorial Day

    April 24, 2019, Ottawa Ihor Michalchyshyn, UCC CEO today issued the following statement: “Today, the Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) joins the Armenian community in Canada and around the world to honour the memory of the victims of the Armenian genocide of 1915, a dark chapter in human history which must never be forgotten. “The UCC […]

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    UCC concerned about T-34 film

    Feb 22 – Ottawa.  The Ukrainian Canadian Congress is expressing concern about the film “T-34” being screened in Canada at Cineplex theatres. The T34 tank was the weapon used by the Soviet Union to keep captive the peoples of Eastern Europe for four decades.  Together with its Nazi German ally, at the beginning of WWII, […]

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    UCC concerned about next Interpol President

    The Ukrainian Canadian Congress wrote to Canada’s Minister of Public Safety, the Honourable Ralph Goodale, to express concerns about the selection of the next Interpol President.

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