From the Ukrainian Canadian Congress: Winnipeg, March 26, 2009 – The Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) calls upon CBC Radio Canada International (RCI) to overturn their decision to permanently shutdown the Ukrainian Section of RCI effective this week after 57 years of service to Canada. “We understand that the Ukrainian Section of RCI is the only […]Read more "Tell the CBC to keep their Ukrainian RCI broadcast"
TIME Magazine has posted their 100 Most Influential people, and tech-saavy Russophiles have been upvoting Vladimir Putin to the top. As of this writing he’s at #3, where do you think he belongs? Vote! His bio is just plain ridiculous, who writes this stuff: PRO: His steely-eyed fondness for Cold War–era diplomacy led to the […]Read more "Putin dangerously rising in TIME’s Influential People list"
Fellow blogger Steve Janke gets his opinion in the National Post: Liberal MP Borys Wrzesnewskyj’s demotion to the backbenches is proving to be a big deal in the Ukrainian-Canadian community. A lot of Ukrainian-Canadians are wondering just what Michael Ignatieff really thinks of them. Vladimir Putin, Russia’s strongman prime minister, has not made it a […]Read more "Ignatieff’s imperial roots stir trouble on the Ukrainian front"
I spent my Remembrance Day checking out the Holodomor Exhibit at the North York Civic Centre. Here are some photos:Read more "Rememberance Day at the Holodomor Exhibit"
Last Thursday, the Alberta Legislative Assembly met for one bill only, Mr. Zwozdesky’s Bill 37 the “Ukrainian Famine and Genocide (Holodomor) Memorial Day Act”. In that one sitting the bill went through all three readings and the Committee as a Whole with no debate. The last step is the Royal Assent – which officially declares […]Read more "Tracking Alberta’s Holodomor Day bill"