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Canada extends support for those fleeing Russia’s illegal and unjustifiable invasion of Ukraine

From the Ground in Ukraine: Paule Robitaille Interviews Dan Bilak

Unanimous Motion of the National Assembly of Quebec to “express the Assembly's solidarity with the Ukrainian people”


Mariia Legenkovska (2015-2022)

Little Mariia was the victim of a hit and run in Montreal on December 13, 2022 as she was walking to school with her brother and sister. Mariia and her family came to Canada seeking refuge from the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Her father serves in Ukraine’s Territorial Defense Forces. 

Panakhyda (memorial service)

Tuesday, December 20, 2022, at 7.30 p.m., at Saint Sophie Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral, at 6255, boul. Saint-Michel, Montréal.


Wednesday, December 21, 2022, at 10.00 a.m., at Saint Sophie Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral, at 6255, boul. Saint-Michel, Montréal.


Eugene Czolij presenting condolescenes to the parents of a young Ukrainian girl Mariia Legenkovska during her funeral.

Photo: THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graham Hughes, CTV News Montreal


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Ukrainians arriving in Canada
can now apply to receive
transitional financial assistance.


House of Commons unanimously recognizes Russia’s Genocide 
against the Ukrainian people


Immigration measures for people affected by the Russian invasion of Ukraine


Welcoming Ukrainians to Quebec


The exhibition, dedicated to Ukrainian art, was held in Saint-Sauveur on June 17, 18 and 19. This event was organized by the ROD Gallery and the Organizing Committee in partnership with the Association of Ukrainians of the Laurentides Region and Le COFFRET (Orientation and Training Center for the Promotion of Traditional Ethnic Relations).

The exhibition brought together five artists of Ukrainian origin, three painters and two ceramic sculptors. In addition, there were a number of workshops, kiosks and concerts, where everyone had the opportunity to meet with members of the Ukrainian community in Quebec, and get acquainted with their culture at a time when all the attention of the planet is focused on Ukraine.

The main purpose of the event was to raise funds in connection with the current situation in Ukraine. All proceeds went to the COFFRET Ukraine 2022 funds to support activities to help Ukrainian citizens in the Lorantid region.

The purpose of the exhibition is to allow Ukrainian culture to sound even louder. And also to show the beauty of the culture that exists in Ukraine, and which is now being destroyed in Russia's war against Ukraine. 

For Ukraine - Cultural meeting in Saint-Sauveur


Inauguration of the public artwork “Entrelacs” by artist Giorgia Volpe at Ukraine Park


You are cordially invited to the inauguration of the new work of public art by artist Giorgia Volpe at Ukraine Park, in the presence of the Mayor of Montreal, Mrs. Valérie Plante, the person in charge of culture and heritage, Ms. Ericka Alneus, the mayor of the borough of Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie, Mr. François Limoges and the honorary consul of Ukraine, Mr. Eugène Czolij.

May 6, 11 am to 12 pm

Ukraine Park - 12th avenue, between Bellechasse and Ukraine streets, Montreal, QC H1X 1H9

*The event will take place rain or shine.
A light snack will be served

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