Sep 22, 2021
Canada’s federal election is behind us, and Nasha Kasha goes in search of silver linings and meaning, while taking in Toronto's Annual Ukrainian Festival.
Sep 16, 2021
During the First World War, Ukrainian Canadians and others from Eastern Europe were labelled enemy aliens and robbed of their freedom. Canada’s first national internment was brought about by the War Measures Act and didn't end until well after that War.
Sep 9, 2021
University students are back on campuses across Canada. In Ottawa, a recent graduate and a final year student speak about their respective scholarly, community and personal pursuits.
Sep 2, 2021
It is a love story that started long ago and continues today. September 1st, Irena Pavliw turned ninety. In this week's episode of Nasha Kasha, the author and educator recalls love in a time of uncertainty, survival and recovery.
Aug 26, 2021
When marchers set out on their 500 kilometer trek from Sudbury to Parliament Hill, organizers blessed their efforts to bring attention the victims of residential schools. The name they chose was Blinding Light Tiger Lilly. Like reconciliation with our First Nations, the lily stands atop a tall strong stem. Petals are...