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Annual General Meeting and Election of Board of Directors of the Ukrainian Canadian Congress, Toronto Branch

At the Annual General Meeting and the Election of Board of Directors of the Ukrainian Canadian Congress, Toronto Branch held on October 14, 2020 a new President and a new Board of Directors were elected for the 2020-2022 term, composed of 27 representatives from UCC Toronto’s 66 member organizations.  

Newly-elected President, Petro Schturyn, sincerely thanked everyone for their trust --“It is a great honour and responsibility to lead an organization like UCC-Toronto. With 70 member organizations we are united and excited to work together for the benefit of Canada and Ukraine.” Petro Schturyn also thanked delegates and guests for their participation. 

 

Executive:

Petro Schturyn (President)

Taras Bahriy (Past President)

Lesia Bonk & Taras Antoniw (VP Operations)

Marijka Stadnyk (VP External Relations)

Uliana Tomiuk (VP Finance)

Ann Semotiuk (VP Administration)

 

Board Members:

Taras Antoniw

Javier Aponiuk-Sawicz

Taras Bahriy

Lesia Bonk

Roman Bonk

Nadia Gereliouk-Myndiuk

Nataliya Halych

Paul Horbal

Lila Hordienko

Marta Huta

Alex Jemetz

Petro Kardasz

Max Parkhomchuk

Ivan Pidkowich

Nadia Prokopiw         

Nestor Sanajko

Petro Schturyn

Anna Semotiuk

Markian Shwec

Luba Slavatynska

Oleksiy Slyepukhov

Irene Solomon

Marijka Stadnyk

Stefany Stadnyk         

Luba Tarapacky

Uliana Tomiuk

Lesya Winnicki

 

Audit Committee:

Cassandra Prokopiw (Chair)

Orest Haluszka

Andrij Tarapacky

 

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UCRDC presents "A Canadian War Story"

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Ukrainian Canadian Heritage Day

September 7, 2020. OTTAWA, ON. The Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) extends warm greetings to all Canadians on the occasion of Ukrainian Canadian Heritage Day. Вітаємо! 

On September 7 every year, Ukrainian Canadian Heritage Day is officially celebrated in Ontario and Alberta. On the last Saturday of July, Manitoba celebrates Ukrainian Canadian Heritage Day. 

For over 125 years, Ukrainians have called Canada home - and have made indelible and enduring contributions to the cultural, political, social and economic life of our country - enriching the mosaic of our society. 

"Canada is home to over 1.3 million Canadians of Ukrainian descent. Here, we have found freedom and fostered our language and traditions," stated Alexandra Chyczij, National President of the UCC. "On behalf of the UCC, I wish all Canadians a happy Ukrainian Canadian Heritage Day! Многая Літа!" 

The UCC is working with Canada's parliamentarians on the establishment of a Ukrainian Canadian Heritage Month. Surveyed by the UCC ahead of the 2019 Federal Election, Canada's national political parties supported the adoption of legislation designating September as Ukrainian Canadian Cultural Heritage Month.

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Thank you to our Independence Day 2020 Sponsors!

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National Holodomor Education Committee participates in 'incorporating genocide education as compulsory learning' in all TDSB high schools.

Source: National Holodomor Education Committee

The National Holodomor Education Committee (NHEC) actively participated in helping to incorporate genocide education as compulsory learning throughout Toronto District School Board high schools.

NHEC Chair Valentina Kuryliw submitted a brief supporting the motion written by TDSB Trustees to the Ontario Ministry of Education.

Read the full brief on our website here https://ucc.ca/2020/06/25/ucc-national-holodomor-education-news-release-on-toronto-district-school-board-genocide-education/

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GOVERNMENT ANNOUNCEMENTS - COVID Alert app

The Government of Canada has launched the COVID Alert app last week.

The app is supposed to inform its users whether their phone has been close to the person, who has later tested positive for the Covid-19 and shared such data.

The app promises to avoid collecting and storing personal data and instead operating based on phone locations as relative to each other only.

https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/diseases/coronavirus-disease-covid-19/covid-alert.html

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UCC Toronto Office - COVID 19 Updates

The UCC Toronto office is operating remotely.  All UCC office work, correspondence, community outreach and information will continue, and our UCC Toronto website and social networks will be constantly updated.Kindly email or leave phone messages in our voice mail and we will return your call.

We hope all adhere to the Public Health guidelines and stay safe!

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Oфіс КУК-Торонто буде зачинений і працюватиме дистанційно. Вся офісна робота буде продовжувати виконуватися, будуть обновлюватися вебсторінка та інші соціальні мережі, полагоджуватимуться телефонічні дзвінки, електронна пошта.

Пишіть до нас або залишайте вістку на телефоні і ми обов’язково відзвонимо до вас.

Ми сподіваємось, що всі дотримуються правил Громадського здоров’я та залишаються в безпеці!

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Інформація про коронавірус (COVID-19) від Міністерства охорони здоров'я

https://files.ontario.ca/moh-coronavirus-info-sheet-ukrainian-2020-03-17.pdf 

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UCC Update on COVID-19/coronavirus

The Ukrainian Canadian Congress is committed to sharing resources to assist our community in maintaining good public health. Here are some resources from the Public Health Agency of Canada

Public Health Agency of Canada Coronavirus Information Page 

For important updates, travel advice, symptoms, prevention and risk, symptoms and treatments

Public Health Awareness Resources (including printable information sheets)

Technical guidance on COVID-19 for communities, schools and daycares, and health professionals.

List of Public Health Authorities across Canada

Source: https://ucc.ca/

Member Events
  • Begins on Nov 6, 2020
  • 8:00 PM
  • Ontario

  • Begins on Nov 7, 2020
  • 12:00 AM
  • Ukrainian Canadian Memorial Park
    Etobicoke, Ontario

Remembrance Day


Promoted by UCC Toronto

Begins on Sat, Nov 7, 2020 12:00 AM

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  • Begins on Nov 28, 2020
  • 3:00 PM
  • Holodomor Memorial Parkette, Exhibition Place
    Toronto, Ontario

Holodomor Commemoration 2020


Promoted by UCC Toronto

Begins on Sat, Nov 28, 2020 3:00 PM

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Community Calendar

See the latest Ukrainian-Canadian community calendar for the Toronto area. This calendar includes both member and non-member events.