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Oct 27, 2017

Can you live close to the man who raises you, while knowing next to nothing about his true past? Meteorologist, lecturer and city councillor Richard Zurawski would discover in later years that he had a heritage and a story rooted in Lviv, Ukraine.
Today’s Nasha Kasha story is about a father’s lies and a...


Oct 23, 2017

He has survived an abusive home life, the loss of four siblings.  Somehow with the support of religious and family care givers, he grew in self awareness.  Today, Fr. Anton with help from his enthusiastic volunteers, rolls up his sleeves daily to feed the pallats and hearts of his parishioners. "Work is prayer",...


Oct 13, 2017

Odessa Ontario is 26 kilometres west of Kingston. It is in the very heart of British Loyalist country. The county is called Loyalist. So why in the mid-1850s would the villagers name their community after a Ukrainian port? The answer is this week’s Nasha Kasha story.


Oct 6, 2017

Ukrainians in Canada’s three Maritime provinces, who want to maintain their roots, Ukrainian religious life and language are pretty much on their own. Churches and national organizations have largely ignored anyone living east of Quebec City because populations are relatively small.

This summer, reporter Stefan...


Oct 1, 2017

July 23rd, Nasha Kasha recorded the second of two shows at the Capital Ukrainian Festival in Ottawa. It came off without a hitch. Then a festival staffer handed me my M-Track II digital audio recorder. To my dismay, I found that the show was missing. All I could hear was hiss.  What you are about to hear is my...