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UCCLA
Ukrainian Canadian Civil Liberties Association: Non-partisan and not-for-profit group.
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James Jan 12
Newly released documents showing that the NKVD handed over to the Gestapo refugees from Germany who had hoped to find in the USSR salvation from Hitler
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Rolandas Kacinskas Jan 12
Join in honoring all those killed , January 13th, in 1991 when tanks rolled into to crush restored & of Lithuania
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HNAT - Holodomor Jan 9
There's no crime more inhumane than denying people their own food.
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Garry Kasparov Jan 9
The failure to clean out the KGB stable after the fall of the USSR virtually guaranteed a return to authoritarianism. It's also why Putin's elites believe they will never be punished for their crimes.
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Kateryna_Kruk Jan 7
Acc to a new report by🇷🇺state statistical agency,35mln Russians live in houses or apartments w/t indoor toilets,47mln don’t have hot water,29mln don’t have any running water inside their homes,22mln don’t have central heating. But there is money for war.
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UKR Embassy in USA Jan 1
We hope that our friends from will do better fact checking and content choice. Simferopol is a Ukrainian city in Crimean peninsula occupied by Russia. Don’t follow Russia’s playbook.
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Michael MacKay Dec 29
More than half of the Ten Stages of Genocide are present in Russian-invaded and occupied Ukraine: Crimea and Donbas. The aggressors from Muscovy are dehumanizing and persecuting Ukrainians and Crimean Tatars with a viciousness not seen in Europe since World War II.
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ArianaGic/Аріянॳць Dec 25
I'd also ask that everyone remember those who were brutally tortured and Russian forces in Ukraine for the simple act of supporting Ukraine against barbarian invasion. From 16-year-old Stepan Chubenko to the Ukrainian official Volodymyr Rybak. Remember them and their families!
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Alex Kokcharov Dec 22
I find it difficult to understand why hundreds of people would bring flowers to the grave of Joseph Stalin, a ruthless dictator and a bloody tyrant responsible for the deaths of millions. It’s just incomprehensible.
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UCCLA Dec 21
And one Canadian. What’s Canada considering, 4.5 years after his death?
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James Dec 21
Jewish American writer Mendel Osherowitz’s impressions of his trip to Ukraine in the winter of 1932
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UKR Embassy in USA Dec 20
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Ukrainian Canadian Congress Dec 13
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UCCLA Dec 12
Attn Niagara followers! Photog & author Sandra Semchuk visits Niagara Falls History Museum to share stories from her book "The Stories Were Not Told: Canada’s Camps" on Feb21. Mark your calendars!
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Ukrainian Canadian Film Festival Dec 5
Tue., Dec.11, 2018 @ 5:30PM – meet Vakhtang Kipiani at the screening of his film "Our First Ukrainian Explorers of Canada" and presentation of his books. Where: RSVP: ucff@kino-fest.ca before Dec.10 & bring photo ID!
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UKR Embassy in USA Dec 4
У відповідь на лист Посольства України в американська компанія eBay пообіцяла прибрати зі свого сайту продукцію з символікою терористичних організацій «ДНР» та «ЛНР»
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Global Calgary Dec 2
“I think they’re in a lot of pain, they’re grieving the loss of their loved ones and they want to see the war to stop. They don’t want to see more people die.”
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Darth Putin Nov 30
'And then they said there would be consequences...'
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UCCLA Nov 29
Joyous Tidings from UCCLA! See our annual Christmas postcard to our friends and supporters: "On 11 October 2018, the Ukrainian Orthodox Church secured its independence from Moscow. Алілуя! Hallelujah! Alléluia!"
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UCCLA Nov 29
Joyous Tidings form UCCLA! See our annual Christmas postcard to our friends and supporters: "On 11 October 2018, the Ukrainian Orthodox Church secured its independence from Moscow. Алілуя! Hallelujah! Alléluia!"
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