The Ukrainian Catholic Education Foundation teaches North Americans about the academic and financial needs of Ukrainian Catholic educational institutions in Ukraine. In a sincere commitment to personal involvement and high standards, UCEF works with these institutions hands-on to meet present needs and develop resources for the future.
The Volya Ukrainian Dance Ensemble is a registered not-for-profit organization, established in 1989 by a small group of highly-accomplished dancers, many of whom had studied in Ukraine.
Holodomor Descendants Network is the unique personal voice and validation of family accounts of the Holodomor-Genocide. Our goals is to convey the Holodomor’s factual history in support of broader efforts to fight disinformation about the genocide perpetrated against the Ukrainian nation.
The Ukrainian Canadian community has been an integral part of the development of Canada for more than 125 years, and continues to be a leading contributor to Canada’s ongoing development.
Home first to the people of the Algonquin Anishinabe Nation, Ottawa has been shaped by the history of Canada. Situated at the intersection of three rivers and two cities, we bring together the past and the future, city and nature, English, French, and Indigenous communities. We are the confluence of peoples and cultures that shaped… Continue reading Come To Ottawa
Website for a McMaster Institute for Music and the Mind conference.
Established at the 18th Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC), The Canada-Ukraine Foundation was formed in order to coordinate, develop, organize and deliver assistance projects generated by Canadians and directed to Ukraine.
AUDA exists to ensure that students of dance, artists, and citizens who believe Canada’s rich heritage of Ukrainian dance and music are enabled to have a distinctive voice in shaping Alberta’s cultural legacy. It is an AUDA voice that is innovative, engages broad-based community involvement, and is respectful of the diversity of dance in Alberta.
CEED is dedicated to a single idea: promoting Western-European-style, liberal democracy in Eastern Europe. Its purpose is to help mobilize leaders who seek to build democratic institutions and implement democratic systems of government in the countries of Eastern Europe.