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  • Canada Commemorates Holodomor Memorial Day

    November 25, 2016. OTTAWA. On November 26, Canada commemorates Holodomor Memorial Day. In 1932-33 the totalitarian regime of Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin sentenced the Ukrainian nation to death by starvation. Millions of children, women and men were condemned to death because of the Ukrainian peoples’ aspiration for independence, their desire to speak their language and [&hellip


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    Protected: UCC Board Meeting – December 3, 2016

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    Ukrainian Canadian Congress Launches National Campaign Fundraising Appeal

    November 1, 2016 – Winnipeg, Manitoba- Building on momentum gathered at the 25th Triennial Congress of Ukrainian Canadians held in Regina this fall, the Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) today launched its National Campaign fundraising appeal. During the entire month of November, volunteers of UCC branches and provincial councils across Canada will be contacting individuals and [&hellip


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    UCC to support Ukraine in 2017 Invictus Games

    24 October, 2016. KYIV, UKRAINE. Renata Roman, Chair of the Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) Invictus Games Organizing Committee and Bohdan Kupych, member of the UCC Ukraine Advisory Council, met with Ukrainian officials on October 21 to discuss Ukraine’s participation in the Invictus Games, which will be held in Toronto, September 24-30, 2017 featuring 550 competitors [&hellip


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    UCC Ukraine Appeal “Ambulances for Ukraine” Project Supports Emergency Services in Ukraine

    October 20, 2016. OTTAWA, ON. The Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) Ukraine Appeal is pleased to announce that yesterday, eight ambulances from across Canada were shipped to Ukraine as part of the “Ambulances for Ukraine” Project – Phase 2. Two more ambulances will be shipped next week. “Ambulances for Ukraine” was established in early 2015 in response [&hellip


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    CFWWIRF UNVEILS WEBSERIES, “THE CAMPS” BY RYAN BOYKO OF ARMISTICE FILMS.

    WINNIPEG, MANITOBA – September 8, 2016 – The Canadian First World WarInternment Recognition Fund (CFWWIRF) announces launch of webseries located on the digital interactive map on its website – www.internmentcanada.ca. “The Camps” is a cross-Canada journey into the past, present and future. In the fall of 2015, the crew of Armistice Films embarked upon an [&hellip


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    UCC Welcomes Incoming Board of Directors

    October 4, 2016. OTTAWA, ON. The Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) is pleased to welcome the incoming Board of Directors, appointed at the XXV Triennial Congress of Ukrainian Canadians, held in Regina, SK on September 29-October 2, 2016. Over 250 delegates from coast to coast met to set the priorities and establish the leadership of the [&hellip


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    Historic XXV Congress of Ukrainian Canadians Concludes

    Paul Grod re-elected National President  October 3, 2016. REGINA, SK. The historic XXV Congress of Ukrainian Canadians concluded yesterday in Regina, SK. Over 250 delegates from coast to coast elected the Ukrainian Canadian Congress Board of Directors and Executive Committee officers for the next three years. The XXV Congress re-elected Paul Grod National President of [&hellip


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    UCC Highlights of Activities & Accomplishments – 2013-2016

    UCC – the voice of Canada’s Ukrainian community The Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) brings together one of Canada’s largest ethnic communities (nearly 1.3 million according to the last census).  With 35 national member organizations and provincial councils as well as 17 branches, UCC unifies all major Ukrainian Canadian organizations in Canada.  The Congress has been [&hellip


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    Second Day of Historic XXV Congress of Ukrainian Canadians

    Minister Dion announces significant new Canadian support for Ukraine  1 October 2016. REGINA, SK. More than 250 delegates of the Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) welcomed Canada’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, the Honourable Stéphane Dion, to the XXV Triennial Congress of Ukrainian Canadians in Regina. Speaking at the afternoon plenary session on the topic of Canada’s [&hellip


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