The whole country remembers her face: 21-year old Olesia Zhukovska was that young volunteer medic who received a gunshot wound on Maidan on February 20, 2014 - on the most tragic day of the standoff between activists and law enforcement. She has miraculously survived, unlike dozens of other activists who died of gunshot wounds that day. While inside the ambulance she posted a goodbye message on social media saying: “I am dying”. Luckily, the girl survived.

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Ukrainian Canadian Community Welcomes Federal $1.5M Funding
For Holodomor Awareness Project

February 22, 2018

Toronto - The Ukrainian Canadian community welcomes the announcement by the Honourable Mélanie Joly, Minister of Canadian Heritage, of a three-year grant valued at $1.45 million to support the Holodomor National Awareness Tour and the Holodomor Mobile Classroom (“the HMC”). The funding announcement was made today in Toronto by Arif Virani (MP, Parkdale - High Park), Parliamentary Secretary for Multiculturalism to the Minister of Canadian Heritage, the Honourable Mélanie Joly.

To read the full press release, please Holodomor Grant news Release.

The following newspaper article was written (in Ukrainian) about Dr. Vadym Vus.  He was one of three doctors sponsored by the Canada-Ukraine Foundation to attend the Rural Medicine Conference held this January in Banf, Alberta.  The article includes very favourable comments about Canada's support of Ukraine.

Вражаюча прем’єра “Recovery Room” Адріяни Лугової у Львові 

By New Pathway  - Jan 30, 2018 --  Тетяна Гожельна, Львів-Монтреал

Listening to Those Who Do Not Have a Voice

By New Pathway  - Jan 23, 2018

Victor Hetmanczuk for NP-UN, Toronto.

Psalm 10: 17-18 …. Lord, you know the hopes of the helpless. Surely you will listen to their cries and comfort them. You will bring justice to the orphans and the oppressed, so people can no longer terrify them.

It is hard to believe that it has been 4 years since the Revolution of Dignity started in Kyiv. From the outset, Canada-Ukraine Foundation (CUF), through the generous donations of the Ukrainian Canadian Community, started to assist the injured from the Maidan with medical supplies and pharmaceuticals. Later, in the fall of 2014, we started restorative surgeries on the victims of the Russian aggression through our Medical Missions. Our fifth Mission was completed in March 2017 – a total of 300 surgical operations have been done on 178 patients. 97 hand therapy procedures were done as well for those who did not require an operating room.