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Feb 24, 2022

This is the final episode of Nasha Kasha.  The program began with and interview about Russia’s invasion of Crimea.  Today, I sign off with Russia again invading Ukraine.  The program explores what it means to be Ukrainian for our listeners. 

Thank you to all of our 18 radio stations for hosting this journalist’s...

Feb 11, 2022

  I’d like to give you a glimpse of the stumbles, lessons and joys I’ve experienced presenting stories.  This is my notebook, and it is my second to last show.

Feb 9, 2022

 I plan to present two more shows after this episode, as we are approaching our final Nasha Kasha.  Having reported almost 300 stories about Ukrainian life, I want to share one that I have grown up with. Actually, I'm in it at the end.  It is no more remarkable than yours' I am sure. Still it gives me a sense...

Jan 31, 2022

When Nasha Kasha first aired in the spring of 2016, Crimea already had been occupied by Russia for two years. Also a Russian supported proxy army was wreaking havoc in Eastern Ukraine.  Six years later, the spectre of an all out war looms.

Jan 30, 2022

Both are educators, both were school principals.  He at St Andrew’s College at the University of Manitoba.  She at a Winnipeg inner city school.  The Yereniuks exemplify community service and family bonds.  And I am pleased to feature them on Nasha Kasha this week.