OF THEIR DAY
UCCLF hallows the sacrifices and service of the thousands of Ukrainian Canadian men and women who enlisted in the armed forces of our country.
New documentary tells the story of Ukrainians' role in Canada's war effort, National Post, November 10, 2020
As a story of racist exclusion giving way to acceptance, the film also offers a chance to reflect on the ethnic diversity of military service.
У St James's Church, Sussex Gardens у Лондоні з’явився новий вітраж, присвячений канадським українцям, які воювали у війську Британської імперії під час Другої світової війни. August 1, 2020
Europe marks victory 75 years later, P. Waldie, The Globe and Mail, May 8, 2020
Celebrations, such as on in London recognizing Ukrainian Canadian's role in Second World War, moved online, postponed due to pandemic.
Project seeks to honor “Heroes of Their Day”, Ukrainian Weekly, June 14, 2019
The Ukrainian Canadian Civil Liberties Foundation (www.ucclf.ca), in association with the Association of Ukrainians in Great Britain, is raising funds to install a commemorative stained glass window in a church in London to honor the men and women who volunteered for overseas service during the second world war. Some of these veterans remained in Europe afterwards and helped rescue thousands of Ukrainian political refugees and displaced persons.
Ottawa snubs Ukrainian-Canadian vets. The Globe and Mail. September 19, 1995.
A bilingual plaque is being unveiling today in London commemorating the wartime accomplishments of Ukrainian Canadians. But only one veteran is attending the ceremony. The rest could not afford to on their veterans' pensions.