Oct 15, 2020
It is one thing to disagree with an oppressor, quite another to do so under threat of deportation, prison or death. Today Nasha Kasha recognizes the sacrifices and the leadership of men and women under threat and torment.
Oct 12, 2020
It was quite common for a boy growing up in the region of Rimouski, Quebec in the 1880s to want to become a Catholic priest. But Francois Jean, would answer a calling to serve Ukrainian Catholics. He would join the Ukrainian rite. Along the way he would even change his given name to Josephat. Today, we bring you his...
Oct 2, 2020
This week Nasha Kasha visits the heartland of Canada’s western most province. The report was recorded well before COVID travel restrictions were put into effect.
Sep 26, 2020
To come to live permanently in a country other than one’s native land is to immigrate. What the Oxford Canadian Dictionary doesn’t mention are the hardships, occasional discrimination, and the pressures to not stand out.
Sep 18, 2020
There is evidence that the act of singing may generate droplets and aerosols. The risk of COVID-19 transmission is unclear. Still choirs cancelled practices and concerts around the world. Nasha Kasha visited a much loved Ukrainian choir in Edmonton, and tells its story before and after the public singing stopped.