Lubomyr Luciuk, PhD his most recent book is In Fear Of The Barbed Wire Fence: Canada's First National Internment Operations and the Ukrainian Canadians, 1914-1920 (Kashtan Press, 2001).  Complemented with over 50 b&w photos, an index, footnotes, bibliography, teacher's guides, 3 appendixes, this book deals with the experiences of Ukrainian Canadians and other east Europeans during a period of international and domestic crisis.
http://openlibrary.org/b/OL3599856M/In_fear_of_the_barbed_wire_fence

Searching For Place: Ukrainian Displaced Persons, Canada, and the Migration of Memory (University of Toronto Press, 2000),
http://www.infoukes.com/bookstore/luciuk/searching_for_place.html
Luciuk explores how the Ukrainian community in his hometown of Kingston, Ontario came to be as it is. He looks at the origin of the community beginning in 1891, and traces it through the two world wars when armed Ukrainian nationalists battled first the Nazis and then the Soviets, and the postwar efforts of Ukrainians to convince the west to make an independent Ukraine a priority.  Dr. Luciuk serves as director of research for the Ukrainian Canadian Civil Liberties Association.  Professor Lubomyr Luciuk also teaches geography at the Royal Military College.

More information about Lubomyr Lucuik can also be found here:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lubomyr_Luciuk

As well as at the following links to UCCLA:

http://www.uccla.ca/internment.htm

http://www.uccla.ca/media.htm

Canadian First World War Internment Recognition Fund
http://www.internmentcanada.ca/index.html