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Bitter Harvest film showing times in Winnipeg

Bitter Harvest film showing times in Winnipeg

Cineplex Odeon McGillivray and VIP
2190 McGillivray Boulevard Winnipeg

Bitter Harvest
Drama | 1h 43m

REGULAR SHOWTIMES:
Fri, Mar 3: 4:25pm 7:10pm 9:55pm
Sat, Mar 4: 1:30pm 4:25pm 7:10pm 9:55pm
Sun, Mar 5: 2:00pm 4:25pm 7:10pm 9:55pm
Mon, Mar 6: 7:10pm 9:55pm
Tue, Mar 7: 4:25pm 7:10pm 9:55pm
Wed, Mar 8: 7:10pm 9:55pm
Thu, Mar 9: 7:10pm 9:55pm

 

Learn about Holodomor by watching this video:

Holodomor: Stalin’s Secret Genocide

An estimated ten million Ukrainians died in the early 1930s in a genocide known as Holodomor. Find out more about the incident that inspired the film Bitter Harvest.

Posted by Bitter Harvest on Friday, November 25, 2016

Support Ukrainians

Support Ukrainians by Donating to Ukrainian Canadian Congress Manitoba Provincial Council

Ukrainian Canadian Congress is our community’s umbrella organization. Please be generous with your time and with your financial support so that we may continue working for the benefit of the Ukrainian community.
Вашу пожертву на розбудову Конґресу Українців Канади можете пoсилати на вище подану адресу. Це наша спільна громадська надбудова.

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Ukrainian Canadian Women in Politics

A luncheon honoring Ukrainian women politicians in Manitoba

 

An organization known as the Ukrainian Canadian Women’s Council will be honouring Ukrainian Canadian Women in Politics.
The list of women that were chosen for recognition is relatively short as it seems to be limited to Winnipeg-based political figures that served or presently serve in government on the levels of the Provincial Legislature of Manitoba and Canada’s House of Commons. It is an event in celebration of the 125 years of Ukrainian Immigration in Canada and the 100th Anniversary of Women’s Suffrage in Canada (Manitoba).

 

The Luncheon event will take place in Winnipeg at the Holy Eucharist Parish Centre (460 Munroe Ave), Winnipeg
Sunday afternoon on April 2nd, 2017 – beginning at 1:30 PM.

 

Tickets are available for $60 by contacting Svitoch (t. 204-582-5939), Oseredok (t. 204-942-0218),Kalyna (t. 204-582-2832) or Ukrainian Voice (t. 204-589-5871).

 

The honorees are:
Judy Wasylycia-Leis, NDP MLA and MP
Cathy Cox, PC MLA
MaryAnn Mihychuk, NDP MLA and Lib MP

 

The special keynote speaker will be Joy Smith, formerly a MLA and MP with the Conservative Party and the founder and President of the Joy Smith Foundation.

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Organized by the Ukrainian Canadian Womens’ Committee.

For more details please visit here

125th Anniversary of Ukrianian’s in Canada

2016 Proclaimed Year of Manitoba’s Ukrainian-Canadian Cultural Heritage

8.5X11 LOGO 125 years of Ukrainian Immigration in Canada

To mark the 125 Anniversary of the settlement of Ukrainians in Canada on March 10, 2016 the Province of Manitoba proclaimed 2016 The Year of Manitoba’s Ukrainian-Canadian Cultural Heritage. At the March 10th session of the Manitoba Legislative Assembly, the Premier of Manitoba Hon. Greg Selinger, read a proclamation which had the support of all parties represented in the House.

Prior to reading the Proclamation, Premier Selinger stated, “Mr. Speaker, 125 years ago, in 1891, the first Ukrainians made their journey to Canada in search of freedom from oppression and an opportunity for a better life. Many settled here in Manitoba where they have made tremendous contributions to the social, cultural and economic fabric of our province. Today there are over 170,000 Canadians of Ukrainian descent in our province, more than any other province or territory in Canada.

And I am proud that Manitoba maintains a close relationship with Ukraine to this day. Indeed, these are troubling times for our Ukrainian brothers and sisters, and we do what we can to support those working to restore peace in Ukraine.”

Brian Pallister, Progressive Conservative Party leader rose to lend support to the proclamation. “The role of Ukrainian people in Manitoba and in Canada is vast and longstanding, which is why honouring and respecting their history is the right thing to do. And that’s why we have a responsibility too, Mr. Speaker, to never forget the atrocities of the Holodomor and the dangers of communism, one-party states and totalitarian regimes.” said Pallister. “A hundred and twenty-five years of Ukrainian settlement in Manitoba is something of which we as Manitobans should all be very proud. From their contributions to agricultural development, to the arts, to culture, even to the food we eat, the impact that Ukrainian settlement has left on our lives must always be acknowledged.”

Liberal Party MLA Hon. Jon Gerrard stated that, “Ukrainians have contributed greatly to Manitoba, and we must recognize this important anniversary, as we are doing today with various events, including declaring 2016 the year of Manitoba’s Ukrainian-Canadian cultural heritage.” Dr. Gerrard concluded by saying that “Today we treasure Manitoba’s continued ties with the people of Ukraine. Today we embrace the rich Ukrainian culture and heritage that thrives here in Manitoba. And today we hope that Manitobans and Ukrainians can continue to work together for the benefit of all of us for many years ahead.”

The full text of these remarks can be viewed on YouTube by following these three links:

Hon. Greg Selinger, Premier of Manitoba

Brian Pallister, Leader of the Opposition

Hon. Dr. Jon Gerrard, MLA for River Heights

The proclamation was made in the presence of representatives of the Ukrainian Canadian Congress – Manitoba Provincial Council, including President Oksana Bondarchuk, Vice President Myroslava Pidhirnyj, Treasurer Lesia Szwaluk, and UCC-MPC 125 Anniversary Committee Co-Chairs Joan Lewandowsky and Dr. Roman Yereniuk. A distinguished special guest was the Ambassador of Ukraine to Canada, His Excellency Andriy Shevchenko, who was accompanied by his spouse Ms. Hanna Homonai.

“This Proclamation is an important beginning to the year-long celebrations planned by UCC-MPC to mark the 125th Anniversary of Ukrainian Settlement in Canada,” said UCC-MPC President Oksana Bondarchuk. “It points out the contribution that Ukrainian Canadians have made, and continue to make, to the vibrancy and success of Manitoba. I am especially pleased that Ambassador Shevchenko was present to participate in this significant event. As well, I wish to thank Minister David Chomiak for his leadership in facilitating the announcement of  the Proclamation, along with representatives of all political parties who – in the best traditions of Manitoba – made this proclamation a unifying gesture.”

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ЄвроМайдан Winnipeg

Ukrainian Canadian Congress – Manitoba Provincial Council as an act of solidarity, called our community to join in a rally in support of Ukraine.

Ми дякуємо всім, хто прийшов на зустріч на підтримку Euromaidan. Ми знаємо, що народ України цінуємо наше моральну підтримку їхньої боротьби!

We would like to thank everyone who came out  in support of the Euromaidan. We know that the people of Ukraine appreciate our moral support of their struggle.

Below are pictures of the rallies (many by Norbert K. Iwan)