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Nov 30, 2018

Ukrainians in Canada’s four Atlantic provinces, who want to maintain their roots and language are pretty much on their own.  Canada’s Ukrainian organizations largely ignore anyone living east of Quebec City because populations are tiny.  No Ukrainian community is tinier than PEI’s.


Nov 25, 2018

Winnipeg's North End is a large urban area to the north and northwest of downtown.  It's bordered by the Red River on the east and the Canadian Pacific Railway mainline to the south.  Film maker John Paskievich tells us about growing this storied neighbourhood and his work there...


Nov 20, 2018

On a recent trip to Thunder Bay, reporter Stefan Andrusiak recorded two stories.  One is about a tiny fly-in First Nations settlement.  The other is that of a First Nations parliamentarian, who also happens to have Ukrainian roots.


Nov 9, 2018

The tenants of the Christian Orthodox faith may be firmly rooted in centuries old scriptures and tradition.  But new-found liberation for the Orthodox Church in Ukraine is in the air.  This episode of Nasha Kasha tracks the history and explains why being self-headed is important for...


Nov 2, 2018

They are change makers for Ukraine:  entrepreneurs, civic leaders and not for profit organizers working to improve local government in a time of broad ranging reforms. This fall, 10 traveled to Canada. Nasha Kasha explores the challenges that tax them, and how Canada is helping.