November 25, 2021 The Holodomor genocide commemoration: the Ukrainian Canadian Congress – Manitoba representatives and Cathy Cox, The Honourable Minister of Sport, Culture and Heritage paid tribute to victims and […]
Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic and government restrictions, families of Holodomor survivors, Ukrainian/bilingual schools, youth and student organizations, churches, and community groups are encouraged to hold their own observances and […]
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 […]
Centre for Ukrainian Canadian Studies invites everyone to attend the special screening of Holodomor: The Genocide That Never Found an End Spurred on by the incomplete reappraisal of the crimes […]
Taras Shevchenko – the most prominent Ukrainian poet and a major figure of the Ukrainian national revival. Born a serf, Shevchenko was freed in 1838 while a student at the […]
Віртуальна освітня програма про інтернованих українців вийде в ефір 28 жовтня 2020 о 12:00 PM. Програму підготовлено Конгресом Українців Канади – Провінційною Радою Манітоби. Програма приурочена 100-річчю закриття останнього табору […]
On August 26th the Ukrainian Canadian Congress wrote to President Zelensky and Interior Minister Avakov supporting the Ukrainian World Congress’ call for a strong and swift reaction of the Ukrainian state and law enforcement authorities to the criminal act of desecration of the “Bitter Memories of Childhood” statue at the National Museum of the Holodomor which took place on the night of August 21-22.
Хіба буває забагато пісень присвячених рідній Україні? Ніколи!
Напередодні святкування Дня незалежності України, приємною несподіванкою стала новина від художнього керівника колективу “Далі” Олени Гісси-Харченка про те, що українська культурна скарбничка поповнилась ще однією українською піснею про Україну.
81 years ago, on August 23, 1939 Soviet foreign minister Vyacheslav Molotov and Nazi German foreign minister Joachim von Ribbentrop signed an agreement (officially known as the Treaty of Non-aggression between Germany and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics), now commonly called the Molotov-Ribbentrop pact.
One week later Nazi Germany invaded Poland, marking the beginning of World War II. Two weeks later, Soviet troops occupied the western territories of Poland. The victorious campaign ended with a “brotherhood” parade of Red Army and Wehrmacht units.
One of the most heinous crimes in recent history is the Ukrainian famine and genocide, the result of a systematic totalitarian political scheme for killing millions of Ukrainians and even Ukrainian Mennonites in the early 1930s by starving an area once known as Europe’s breadbasket.The monument has an inscription in English, French, and Ukrainian which reminds us that we must be careful to see that these tragedies will not happen again and that these horrors should never be forgotten again.