UCC Condemns Continuing Repressions in Russian-occupied Crimea

UCC Condemns Continuing Repressions in Russian-occupied Crimea  Calls for Canada to immediately act to sanction Russian human rights abusers November 23, 2017. The Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) strongly condemns the latest round of political repressions perpetrated by the Russian occupation regime in Crimea against the indigenous Crimean Tatar and Ukrainian population. Earlier today, several Crimean [&hellip


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2017 Holodomor Commemoration on Parliament Hill

November 21, 2017. OTTAWA. On November 20, the Ukrainian Canadian Congress, the Canada-Ukraine Parliamentary Friendship Group and the Embassy of Ukraine in Canada held a well-attended, solemn commemoration in Canada’s Parliament to mark the 84th anniversary of the Holodomor Famine-Genocide. In 1932-33, the totalitarian Soviet regime of dictator Joseph Stalin sentenced the Ukrainian nation to [&hellip


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Photo Gallery – Holodomor Commemoration on Parliament Hill

Full gallery of Members of Parliament and community leaders gathering for the 2017 Holodomor Awareness Week to commemorate the famine-genocide orchestrated by the Soviet regime


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November 20-26: Holodomor Awareness Week

Memo: The Ukrainian Canadian Congress is launching the tenth annual National Holodomor Awareness Week November 20-26, 2017 to commemorate the 84th anniversary of the Holodomor – Famine Genocide of 1932-


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Call to Action: Canada’s opportunity to restore peace in Ukraine!

For more than three years Russia has waged a war of aggression against Ukraine, which has left over 10,000 dead, 23,000 wounded and 1.5 million people internally displaced.   UCC President Paul Grod will be in Vancouver at the 2017 UN Peacekeeping Defence Ministerial Conference.  This will be an important opportunity to raise the issue of a possible UN [&hellip


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1.36 Million Ukrainian Canadians identified in 2016 Census

Today’s census report on immigration and ethnocultural diversity showed that 1,359,655 Canadians self-identify as Ukrainian


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