Yesterday, 100 plaques debuted all over the country to mark the 100th anniversary of Canada’s first national internment operations of 1914-1920. Below are some select photos from these events. Click on each blue pin in the map below to see the pictures: View CTO Plaques in a larger map Also, you can read up on […]Read more "See Photos from the CTO Internment Plaque unveilings [Pictures]"
Here is a list of Ukrainian Festivals happening all summer long: View Ukrainian Festival Summer Guide 2014 in a full screen map Calgary Ukrainian Festival June 7-8 Calgary, AB To provide to the citizens of Calgary an informative, educational and entertaining festival that celebrates all aspects of our unique and rich Ukrainian heritage and […]Read more "Ukrainian Festival Summer Guide 2014"
It’s back! One of my favourite Christmas events that I don’t miss (see previous years photos and video) – the annual Christmas Market in Toronto’s Distillery District. This Saturday the Arkan Dance Company returns along with the Ukrainian Academy of Dance and the Stefura Dance studios: Inspired by the Old World and influenced by the […]Read more "Ukrainian dance at Toronto Christmas Market this Saturday 2013"
Postponed back in June due to the horrific flooding in Alberta, the opening of the first permanent WWI Internment continues on Friday: Of the many WW1 Internment sites across Canada, there has yet to be a permanent site where visitors can come and learn about this dark chapter of Canadian history year round. The Castle […]Read more "Banff opens first permanent WWI Internment exhibit Sept 13th"
Now in it’s 3rd year in law, Ukrainians all over Ontario celebrate their heritage Saturday as part Ukrainian Heritage Day. Queen’s Park (Ontario’s legislature) will hold a tribute this afternoon: September 6, 2013 @ 2:00 pm Queen’s Park, Toronto 111 Wellesley Street West Toronto,ON Canada View Larger Map Keynote Speaker: Marta Dyczok PhD (History and […]Read more "Happy Ukrainian Heritage Day Ontario!"