The Ukraininan Canadian Internment was a period of confinement of "enemy aliens" during and after the First World War, spanning from 1914 - 1920, under the terms of the War Measures Act.

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The commemorative notice that appeared in the June 20, 2020 Globe and Mail newspaper.

The commemorative postcard that was mailed to 4,500 Canadians


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Interactive Map of the Interment camps

Interactive Google Map of Canadian First World War Internment Camps

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Interactive Google Map of Project "CTO" Internment Plaques

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On August 22, 2014 communities across Canada unveiled 100 plaques commemorating the 100 year anniversary of the start of Canada's first national internment operations.  "CTO" is the Ukrainian word for "One Hundred".

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