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Pictures taken by Mike Reshitnyk from Quebec City of the
Montreal Ukrainian Festival 2002

 held Saturday, September 7th 2002
at Parc de l'Ukraine

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The Traditional Ukrainian Egg  L'Oeuf traditionnel ukrainien/
Lovingly handmade by: Louise Labbe and Mike Reshitnyk
Today, to offer a Pysanka as a gift is a veritable gesture of  friendship and  love. 
A Ukrainian legend says, that as long 
as there is someone who "writes"  Pysankas, the world will continueto exist . .  >>more
Ukrainian Golf  Across Canada Page

The UCGP, main goal is to inform Canadian golfers of  Ukrainian decent about golf tournaments across Canada.  Also,  a link to the UGAC site,  which coordinating  a team 
to compete  at the next Ukrainian World Golf Challenge III to be held  in Hawaii, 
October  2003.  >>more
Ukrainian Easter Basket Blessing
Montreal's Ukrainian Community's Blessing of the Paska  and Easter  Baskets Holy Saturday, April 14,  2001   >>more


Tammy Lee Shewchuk / 
Proud to be Ukrainian

The Ukrainian community of Montreal was very blessed to have a visit with Tammy Lee Shewchuk, at Ukrainian Saturday School this past Saturday, April 6, 2002.   >>more
Montreal's Ukrainian  Community (Hromada)
Today, Montreal's Ukrainian community is well respected and  well integrated within mainstream Quebecois society, and their presence and respect is reflected with pride by the various place  and street names found within the Greater Montreal region. >>more


Ukrainian Saturday School in honor of
Metropolitan Andrei Sheptytsky

Ridna Shkola at the Church of Uspenia Bozoji Materi existed from 1950-1973. In 1973, the school became independent from the church and  took on the name of Metropolitan 
Andrei Sheptycky.    >>more
Community Photos
You are cordially invited to browse through these pages to experience the vitality of Montreal's Ukrainian community, to perhaps renew old acquaintances, or for those who attended these events, simply to stroll down memory lane.   >>more



In Memory of the late Roman 
Olynyk Rakhmanny

It was widely reviewed and critics noted that the body of Rakhmanny’s writings enriches “the theory and practice of  world journalism, and is an instrument for researching  life and predicting the development of socio-political  thought  in the contemporary world.” For this work in  March, 1994,  Roman Rakhmanny received Ukraine’s  highest award, the Shevchenko State Prize. >>more
Summit of the Americas
The purpose: More than 9,000 delegates from 34 countries  in  North, South and Central America, members of the 
Organization  of American States, met as part of the continuing talks toward an agreement on a Free Trade Area of the Americas, lowering trade barriers throughout the Western Hemisphere. >>more
Hryhoriy Hlady - Main Role in the movie "Undefeated"(Film About Heroic Life of 
Roman Shukhevych / Taras Chuprynka) 

Captain Roman Shukhevych, escaped and later became Commander-in-Chief of the Ukrainian Insurgent  Army (UPA).   He headed the Ukrainian underground until his death in a battle  wth Soviet MVD troops in March 1950, near Lviv. >>more


In 1990, Andriy Milavsky formed a group called Cheres, which performs music from the Carpathian mountains. The most recent recording by  Cheres is called "From the Mountains to the Steppe - Village Music of Ukraine." You can also hear him on new Smithsonian Folkways recording, "New York City: Global Beat of the Boroughs." 
more >>

Disinformation on Ukraine's 
Freedom Fighters

One of the most famous opposition leaders
during and after the Second World War was Stepan Bandera.  The aim of the Bandera
was to gain  independence for Ukraine. 
Bandera's name became synonymous with
Ukrainian nationalism during the Soviet era. 


Sport Association "Ukraina" of Montreal

We invite you to visit the SA URAINA Web
 site to relive the glory of days gone by and 
 also see the continuation of a proud
 tradition of Ukrainian soccer in Montreal. 


Ukrainian Churches in Montreal 

Listing of Ukrainian Churches in Montreal
region.  Also links to other related sites. 


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