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e-Bulletin
Visnyk Newsmagazine

Ukrainian Spirit Lives Here!

Guided by its mandate and principles of community representation and support, UCC-SPC provides a variety of programs and services for the people of Saskatchewan. The organization continues to grow, change and diversify - remaining an active and visible piece of our community's fabric.

UCC-SPC provides services facilitating new-comer intergration, cultural and educational programs.

We celebrate who we are, where we've come from, and where we are going.
And, we honour those who helped build our community.

Visnyk and e-Bulletin

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Welcome to the Ukrainian Canadian Congress - Saskatchewan Provincial Council Visnyk archive.

UCC-SPC mails free issues of its newsmagazine, Visnyk, to over 5,600 recipients and e-mails electronic versions to about 540. To receive the Visnyk, contact our office.

The following is a list of publications currently contained in our archive. The files are in PDF format and can be viewed with Adobe Acrobat Reader.

 

View archived issues of Visnyk <here>

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Member organizations qualify for a 10% discount. All advertisers receive a 10% discount for multiple-issue advertising (3 or more consecutive issues).

 

The UCC-SPC e-Bulletin is a bi-weekly electronic newsletter, which aims to keep readers up-to-date on issues and events relevant to Saskatchewan's Ukrainian community. Each issue contains a few short items and a number of upcoming events. An archive of the latest issue is available <here>.

Subscribe to Visnyk or e-Bulletin!

By entering your name in the "Subscribe" box found on this page or by calling 1-888-652-5850 (306-652-5850).

Immigration and Settlement Services

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YOUR IMMIGRATION SETTLEMENT RESOURCE

We can ...

  • assist with your most immediate settlement needs, such as
    • accommodations
    • obtaining a Saskatchewan driver’s licence
    • Social Insurance Number application
    • Saskatchewan Health Card application
  • offer information, orientation and assistance with everyday living issues, including
    • banking and financial planning
    • schooling and childcare
    • housing and utilities
    • health care
  • identify community services and facilitate referrals for
    • English as an additional language training
    • employment support services as well as workplace and labour standard issues
    • legal matters
    • social service agencies
  • provide information on your rights and responsibilities in Canada
  • arrange for translation and interpretation services (for a fee)

 

For settlement advice and to obtain answers to your questions, you can contact a Settlement Advisor by calling UCC-SPC office toll free 888.652.5850 or by directly e-mailing:

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 UCC-SPC office hours are Monday through Friday from 10:00 am until 5:00 pm

Nation Builders & Community Recognition Awards

About Nation Builders

Overview

In 1991, Ukrainian Canadians marked 100 years of Ukrainian settlement in Canada. At that time, the national Ukrainian Canadian Congress in Winnipeg recognized 100 Ukrainian Canadians who had made an outstanding contribution to the development of Canada. The Saskatchewan Provincial Council of the Ukrainian Canadian Congress resolved to similarly honour Ukrainians in this province. The Nation Builders Awards, initially titled Community Appreciation Awards, were initiated in 1995 and have been held annually since then.

The UCC-SPC Nation Builders Awards were established as an official recognition event of the UCC-SPC. The object is to recognize individuals:

  • who have provided, without reward or gain, outstanding service or exceptional community involvement in an area that is beyond the performance of the individual's normal duties or the exercise of the responsibilities of a profession to which that individual belongs; and/or
  • who have made a lasting impact on Saskatchewan and/or Canada through their contribution to Canadian or Ukrainian-Canadian community development, goals and ideals.

Each year about 10 individuals are so recognized. Candidates for recognition can be nominated by member organizations of the UCC-SPC as well as by individual members of the Ukrainian-Canadian community. The Recognition Committee reviews the submissions as well as the names of persons held in its database. Each group of honourees is chosen so as to represent a cross-section of the Ukrainian-Canadian community as well as Canadian society. Candidates for recognition must have spent a significant part of their lives in Saskatchewan or have made a significant part of their contribution while in Saskatchewan.

From its inception to the end of 2012, the Nation Builders Awards project has honoured 184 individuals (140 NBA, 44 CRA). Honourees hail from all parts of the province and represent a wide range of activities from the arts, to community advocacy, to community and/or political leadership, to accomplished professionals.

Luncheon Venue

The highlight of the Nation Builders Awards is the luncheon, commencing at noon on the first Sunday in November, at which time the honourees are recognized. The luncheon is a semi-formal event; the venue is decorated accordingly. From 1995-2000 the luncheon was held at the Hotel Bessborough in Saskatoon, in 2001 & 2002 it was held in Regina at the Hotel Saskatchewan, in 2003 & 2004 it was held in Yorkton at St. Mary's Ukrainian Catholic Parish Cultural Centre, 2005 & 2006 in Saskatoon, 2007 & 2008 in Regina, 2009 & 2010 in Saskatoon, 2011 & 2012 in Yorkton, and in 2013 it will be held in Regina.

During the luncheon the honourees receive a ‘Nation Builders Awards’ trophy. The attendees receive, as a souvenir of the event, a commemorative booklet containing the biographical sketches of the year’s honourees.

 

About Community Recognition

In 2005, as part of UCC-SPC’s Saskatchewan Centenary celebration, the prestigious Nation Builders recognition program was enhanced by the establishment of a second award -- the Community Recognition Award. The Community Recognition Award joins the Nation Builders Award as an annual presentation. Community Recognition Awards will be bestowed upon persons who have made meritorious contributions to the Ukrainian community and/or Saskatchewan-Canada in one or more of these areas:

  • Youth Achievement;
  • Leadership;
  • Volunteerism;
  • Cultural Preservation & Development;
  • Creativity & Innovation.

 

Recognitions Committee

The Recognition Committee consists of a chairperson and up to four additional members appointed by the UCC-SPC Board for a term of three years. Mary Cherneskey (Saskatoon) was the first chairperson, heading the committee for two terms (1995-97 and 1998-2000) and Dr. Tony Harras (Regina) followed as chair for three terms from 2001-2008. Eugene Krenosky (Regina) was chair from 2009-2010. John Rozdilsky (Saskatoon) was chair from 2011-2012 (committee member from 2005-2012). Jayne Paluck (Regina) is the current chair; John Denysek (Yorkton), Andrea Kopylech (Saskatoon), Pat Marchinko (Canora), Jan Olesko (Prince Albert), Steve Pillipow (Regina) and Rev. Patrick Powalinsky (Wakaw-Meldort-Nipawin) are the other current members. Previous committee members include: Vera Labach (1995-2000), Alex Balych (1996-2005), Pearl Balych (2000-2003), Angeline Chrusch (2002-2004), Judge Andrew Kindred (1994), Marie Kishchuk (2007-2010), Ollie Marciniuk (2009-2010), Merle Maximiuk (2004-2007), Paul Ortynsky (2001-2006), Christine Devrome (2011-2012), Stephen Stenyk (2006-2012) and MaryAnn Trischuk (2009-2012).

 

Nominating Candidates

To nominate a candidate, contact the UCC-SPC. Or, view and print the Nomination Form & Guidelines.

 

 

    UCC-SPC Hromada Legacy Fund of Saskatchewan

    In Support of our Hromada!

    In 1994, the Ukrainian Canadian Congress – Saskatchewan Provincial Council founded the Community Development Fund to support Saskatchewan Ukrainian arts, cultural, educational, heritage, and youth activities in our Hromada (community). Since 2000, the CDF has distributed over $264,000 in grants.

    20 years later, a new program has been launched!

    The UCC-SPC announces the creation of its new grant program - The Hromada Legacy Fund of Saskatchewan.

    The Hromada Legacy Fund of Saskatchewan name pays homage to our Ukrainian community’s roots and heritage while reflecting our unique cultural identity. “Hromada” in the Ukrainian language means community and the term “legacy” refers not only to something that is received from the past but also refers to that which we leave for future generations.

    This momentous decision demonstrates UCC-SPC’s on-going commitment to its members. UCC-SPC is looking to the future! By investing in our members today, they can acquire the knowledge and resources to continue building a culturally dynamic Ukrainian community in Saskatchewan for generations to come.

    The Hromada Legacy Fund of Saskatchewan (HLF) aims to:

    • enhance connectedness of Saskatchewan Ukrainians to a strong cultural identity;
    • celebrate the arts, culture and identity of Saskatchewan’s Ukrainian community;
    • foster achievement, encourage professionalism and the acquisition of knowledge to support Saskatchewan’s Ukrainian cultural identity;
    • contribute to the cultural and organizational development of UCC-SPC’s branches and members;
    • support volunteerism and broaden participation in Ukrainian community activities;
    • support our youth as they explore and experience the richness of the Ukrainian cultural identity; and,
    • promote intercultural experiences between Saskatchewan Ukrainians and other cultural communities.

    Applications are accepted up to the 15th day of February, May or October.

    HLF Guide and Application (PDF)

    HLF Budget Form (MS Excel, click this link and save the file)

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    Ukrainian Dance Resource Booklets
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    COMPACT DISKS:

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    To place an order for any of the above, please contact the UCC-SPC office.

    Phone: (306) 652-5850
    E-mail

     


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    • Translation of driver's licence
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    • Translation of other documents: Diplomas, certificates, records, forms, safety and work manuals etc.
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    Festival of Ukrainian Cinema

     

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