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    November 19, 2019 posts by Dougal MacDonald. Source: Facebook   November 27, 2019. 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 [&hellip

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    Holodomor Memorial Day

    November 22, 2019. OTTAWA. On Saturday, November 23, Canada commemorates National Holodomor Memorial Day. In 1932-33, the Ukrainian nation was condemned to death by starvation by the Soviet Communist regime of Joseph Stalin. Millions of men, women and children were murdered by the Communist regime during the Holodomor Famine-Genocide, because of the Ukrainian people’s aspiration [&hellip

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    UCC statement on announcement of Canada’s Cabinet

    Freeland appointed Deputy PM November 21, 2019. OTTAWA. The Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) congratulates Canada’s Cabinet Ministers who were sworn in yesterday at Rideau Hall. The UCC wishes Canada’s Prime Minister, the Right Honourable Justin Trudeau, and Canada’s Cabinet all success in their service to Canada and looks forward to continuing a productive and effective [&hellip

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    Day of Dignity and Freedom

    November 20, 2019. OTTAWA. On November 21, Ukrainians all over the world mark the Day of Dignity and Freedom. Six years ago, the Ukrainian people took to the streets to defend their choice to live in liberty and democracy. On November 21, 2013, demonstrations began in response to the government’s decision not to sign the [&hellip

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    National Holodomor Awareness Week

    National Holodomor Awareness Week November 18, 2019. OTTAWA. The Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) launches the annual National Holodomor Awareness Week – November 18-24 – to commemorate the 86th anniversary of the Holodomor Famine-Genocide of 1932-33. During Holodomor Awareness Week, we gather in our communities to pay tribute to the millions of victims of the Holodomor [&hellip

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    Remembrance Day

    November 11, 2019. OTTAWA. On November 11, 1918, after four years of war, the guns of Europe fell silent and peace returned to the continent. Today, Canadians from coast to coast to coast gather in their communities to honour the brave men and women who gave their lives so that we may live in freedom. [&hellip

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    UCC Leadership Award Recipients Biographies – 2019

    Please read below to learn more about our 2019 Ukrainian Canadian Congress Leadership Award Winners. Diane Boyko Diane Lorraine Boyko is the mother of Lesia (Drew) & Stacia (Isaac) Horbay; the daughter of Harry & Joyce (Sorokan) Boyko; the grandchild of Wasyl & Nettie (Halabura) Boyko, and Dmytro & Emily (Bokshowan) Sorokan;, the great-granddaughter of [&hellip

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