In commemoration of the Ukrainian Canadian contribution to the Allied victory in the Second World War and in honour of Remembrance Day the Canadian Ukrainian Congress – Manitoba Provincial Council […]
Hold the Date! Ukrainian Family Movie Night! Two new family fantasy adventure films from Ukraine are to be shown in Winnipeg on October 16, 2021! In Ukrainian with English subtitles […]
Born Leonid (Hryhorijevich) Molodozhanyn on January 15, 1915 in the village of Polonne, Ukraine to a long line of family potters,* and at his father’s side and within the community, Leonid apprenticed and acquired the craft of modeling clay, using the potter’s wheel and firing clay, to create ceramics.
Breaking from tradition, Leonid decided that he wanted to study painting in Vienna, Austria.
On May 18, 2017 the world marks the 73rd anniversary of the 1944 deportation of the entire Crimean Tatar – the indigenous people of the Crimean Peninsula – population from their homeland to far-flung regions of the Soviet Union. This criminal act of ethnic cleansing was initiated on the orders of Soviet leader.
The annual Holodomor Commemoration organized by the Ukrainian Canadian Congress – Manitoba Provincial Council took place at the Holodomor monument in front of Winnipeg City Hall on Saturday, November 22, 2014. The commemoration began at 1:30 p.m. with a memorial service at the monument and was followed by a short program inside.
Please enjoy these videos of 25 songs from the Olexander Koshetz Choir’s December 1, 2013 concert.