Jul 31, 2020
There is little scientific proof that social distancing promotes nostalgia. However, one Canadian reporter awoke this week with a mounting urge to write about his favourite cat. This prompted an impromptu collection of cat lore, which we are pleased to now present just for the fun of it all.
Jul 22, 2020
This week we bring you three elements of fun in any language. So let's bring on the polkas and accordions and sing alongs.
Jul 16, 2020
A span of four years has taken theatre director Susan Ferley from London Ontario to London England, and back again to Ontario. Her pursuit is to further education in theatre. Now with a new theatre to manage, she has had to brake to a sudden stop, along with the rest of us. Here is the story of her journey and her...
Jul 7, 2020
The bandura is more than the national musical instrument. It is the voice of Ukraine. Today on Nasha Kasha we bring you the story of a builder and then the story of a virtuoso. Each brings life to wood and fibreglass and strings.
Jul 2, 2020
During the First World War, Ukrainian Canadians and others from Eastern Europe were labelled enemy aliens. They were robbed of their freedom and imprisoned. This year, we commemorated the 100th anniversary of the end of Canada’s first national internment.