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Internment monument unveiled in St. Paul, New Pathway/Ukrainian News, October 8, 2019

Sculpture, ceremony preserve the memory of Ukrainian Canadian internment, Jeff Gaye, Respect News, October 8, 2019

Looking through the wire, Opinion, Jeff Gaye, Respect News, October 8, 2019

A history of Canada's first national internment operations, Respect News, October 8, 2019

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BOOKS AND RESOURCES

Canada's first national internment operations of 1914 - 1920, Map of Internment Camps

Canada's First National Internment Camps Opening and Closing Dates

Thinking About History: A Free TC2 Guide for Teachers on Canada's First National Internment Operations

Roll Call, Lest We Forget

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VIDEOS

St. Paul, Alberta, Internment Statue and Interpretive Panel Unveiling -October 13, 2019 Alberta Kontakt TV

Members of the Ukrainian Canadian Civil Liberties Foundation (UCCLF) and its activist counterpart, the Ukrainian Canadian Civil Liberties Association (UCCLA), on Sat. Sept. 28, 2019, unveiled Canada’s newest monument dedicated to remembering the country’s first national internment operations, in St. Paul, located 200 kilometres east of Edmonton. Titled 21 Strands, the monument is unique, composing not just a trilingual educational (English-French-Ukrainian) plaque, but also an image of internees standing behind 21 horizontal lengths of Canadian barbed wire.

Yoho National Park, BC, Internment Camp Statue and Interpretive Panel Unveiling - June 22, 2019 Alberta Kontakt TV

On June 22, 2019 in Yoho National Park, British Columbia, Parks Canada in cooperation with the Ukrainian Canadian Civil Liberties Association and the Canada First World War Internment Recognition Fund, unveiled a statue and interpretive panels commemorating the thousands of Ukrainians and other Europeans who were unjustly interned during Canada's first national internment operations of 1914-1920.

That Never Happened: Canada's First National Internment Operations - Official Trailer, Amistice Films

Screening schedule 2018

   

THAT NEVER HAPPENED: Canada's First National Internment Operations

 

Sept 20 - Geneva, Switzerland - United Naions - Palais de Nations

Oct 16 - Ottawa, On - Parliament Hill - Private event for MP's and Senators

Oct 21 - Fernie, BC - Vogue Theatre

Oct 23 - Calgary, AB - Globe Theatre

Oct 27 - Burlington, On - Cinestarz

Oct 28 - Mississauga, On - Cinestarz         *National Internment Commemoration Day

Nov 8 - Ottawa, On - Bytowne

​Nov 9, 10, 11 - Saskatoon, Sk - Roxy

Nov 9, 11, 12 - Edmonton, Ab - Metro Cinema - Nov 9, 9:30 pm - Nov 11, 3pm - Nov 12, 7pm

Nov 10, 11 - Regina, Sk - Rainbow 

Nov 11 - Winnipeg, Mb - Canadian Museum For Human Rights

http://armisticefilms.com/

The Internment Operations

Lubomyr Luciuk, Professor at the Royal Military College of Canada, speaks with The Mark about how Canada's first national internment operations started, and who was affected.

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