A guide to Ukrainian events this summer: View UkrCdn Summer Event Guide 2016 in a full screen map Calgary Ukrainian Festival June 4-5 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 to raise the profile of […]Read more "Ukrainian Summer Festival Guide 2016"
Calgary Ukrainian Festival June 6-7 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 to raise the profile of Calgary’s Ukrainian Community through a professional and inclusive annual event that showcases Ukrainian arts, cuisine, entertainment and culture […]Read more "Ukrainian Festival Summer Guide 2015"
29 years ago today is the anniversary of the Chornobyl (Ukrainian spelling) disaster. While there’s little new news coming from that event, here are some finer points all should remember: The Soviet Union stayed silent after the explosion, exposing Ukrainians to the deadly radiation while Communist apparatchiks were evacuated from neighbouring cities. Just how much […]Read more "29th Anniversary of Chornobyl"
The HotDocs documentary film festival has always shown movies about Ukrainians or set in Ukraine, but now it will finally debut an official state film from the National Cinematheque of Ukraine: "ЖИВА ВАТРА" (The Living Fire) Set in the breathtaking Carpathian Mountains of Ukraine, Living Fire is a captivating story of three shepherds, each at […]Read more "Ukrainian state film to debut in Toronto this spring"
For those of you planning your Ukrainian New Years (Malanka) celebrations, here is this year’s guide: If you’re staying in, here’s a selection of Ukrainians spirits available by province:Read more "Malanka Guide 2014/2015"