ST. ONUPHRIUS CHURCH: A HISTORY WITH UKRAINIAN ROOTS

Over 125 years ago Ukrainians came to Canada with hopes, dreams and their faith – a constant source of meaning, purpose and community. Those pioneers who settled in Smoky Lake, Alberta established St. Onuphrius Ukrainian Catholic Church in 1907.The one in the museum today, built in 1914, was the first of close to 40 Ukrainian…

BCU FOUNDATION: BUILDING THE UKRAINIAN STORY

Many of the millions of visitors to the Canadian Museum of History will remember the Ukrainian church — an artifact, not a replica, an actual full-sized building — right in the middle of the former Canada Hall. As a powerful symbol of late 19th and early 20th century settlement across the Prairies, the church of Saint Onuphrius, originally from Smoky Lake,

CANADA 150 GALA: VENUE ANNOUNCEMENT

The Organizing Committe is incredibly excited to announce that the 150 Canada: Building the Ukrainian Story Gala & Live Auction will be hosted at the Old Mill Hotel. Nestled in the beautiful Humber Valley, the venue offers an elegant experience with fine dining in the historical setting of the Old Mill Toronto Brulé Ballroom. The…