Ukrainian Canadian Congress National Secretary, Former President | Ukrainian Canadian Congress – Saskatchewan Provincial Council
A variety of Ukrainian Canadian owned businesses will share how their business started, how it continues to operate today, and what challenges it faced both during its inception and in the present day.
1) What are current day challenges and opportunities that businesses face?
2) How can the Ukrainian Canadian community support businesses both in their start-up and operational phases?
This Workshop is sponsored by Clinique Bellevue (Dr. Paul Harasymowycz)
Success stories and best practices in engaging volunteers from millennials onward.
This Workshop is presented by Ukrainian Canadian Congress Charitable and Educational Trust with the support of The Temerty Foundation, and the sponsorship of the Ukrainian Canadian Congress of Saskatchewan
Human Rights organizations will speak about key issues that impact Ukrainian Canadians and how to work together with international organizations to impact Ukrainian and Ukrainian Canadian human rights.
This Workshop is sponsored by BCU Financial
Experts in the area of not for profit governance will provide a tool kit to support not for profit organizations.
This Workshop is sponsored by The Ukrainian Canadian Foundation of Taras Shevchenko
This Workshop is sponsored by Horodynsky Farms
Humanitarian Aid providers from within and outside the Ukrainian community will discuss what is needed in Ukraine and how Canadians can assist
This Workshop is presented by Ukrainian Canadian Congress Charitable and Educational Trust with the support of The Temerty Foundation
Practitioners of government relations management and the government will provide information on how to strengthen government relations at the federal and provincial levels.
This Workshop is sponsored by RODAN Energy Solutions
A review of the Canadian census data as it pertains to Ukrainian Canadians – What the changes means for us as a community. The impact of the changes in key communities across Canada and how we work with various communities.
1. What do the demographic trends tell us about how our organizations should plan their work?
2. What does the demographic data mean for the use of the Ukrainian language in our community?
This Panel is presented by Ukrainian Canadian Congress Charitable and Educational Trust with the support of The Temerty Foundation
How can we engage Ukrainian Canadians who do not consider themselves part of the Ukrainian mainstream in Canada? Experiences from both within and outside the Ukrainian community will be presented.
Small groups will discuss successes in getting Ukrainian Canadians involved in the community. There will also be an opportunity to discuss how individuals with special interest – be it archives, embroidery or pysanky work together and learn from each other.
The following topics will be covered: archives, museums, sports, youth, pysanky, embroidery, festivals, newcomer services, early education programs and activities.
Each roundtable will have its own speaker.
This Panel is sponsored by the Ukrainian Credit Union
This Workshop is presented by Ukrainian Canadian Congress Charitable and Educational Trust with the support of The Zaraska Family
Presenters from the Ukrainian and Canadian governments will speak about the results of the election and the role Canadians can play in continuing to strengthen reform in Ukraine.