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    WATCH: The Oligarchs – Al Jazeera Investigations

    Aljazeera’s Investigative Unit unravels a high-stakes international plot hatched by powerful Eastern European oligarchs to make millions of dollars from a crooked deal. According to one Ukrainian analyst: “It sounds like an agreement between criminal bosses. You can sign it with your blood.” The scheme involves using a web of offshore companies and international lawyers […] More

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    Tryzub pays homage to heroes

    Dnipro choir joins Calgary dancers for outstanding production. NP-UN Western Bureau. Calgary’s Tryzub Ukrainian Dance Ensemble teamed up with Edmonton’s Dnipro Choir and Shumka School of Ukrainian Dance to present an outstanding production of “Cлава Герoям – Glory to Heroes” at the Arden Theatre in St. Albert, Oct. 26/ The production consists of three acts, …

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    Folk art, culture and faith connect at Ukrainian museum

    Faith and culture are intricately linked for many people from Ukraine, so it’s no surprise Winnipeg’s Ukrainian museum is in a church.The Holy Trinity Ukrainian Orthodox Metropolitan Cathedral (1175 Main St.) is home to the Manitoba branch of the Ukrainian Museum of Canada, a small but interesting display of folk art.

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    Tintin Speaks Ukrainian and Faces-Off with Soviets in Newly Translated Comic

    In 2016, after years of studying French and numerous trips to Belgium, translator and journalist Ivan Ryabchiy founded a publishing house for one reason only – to bring Tintin to Ukraine. The iconic comics by Belgian cartoonist Georges Prosper Remi – known by the pen name Hergé – have been published in more than 70 …

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    Fragments of Kyiv — Photo Journey pt.1

    Recently I took a trip to the wildly under-rated city of Kyiv, Ukraine. I’ll get around to writing about why Ukraine makes sense for outsourcing blockchain dev soon enough, but for now, here are some snapshots of a beautiful place, with friendly people, and a fascinating vibe…

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    Photos from old Ukrainian – American/Canadian Almanacs

    A few photos captured from almanacs for Ukrainian – American/Canadian diaspora. These were for Ukrainian immigrants living in Canada and the US. These are fascinating books, especially ones from the WWI and Inter-War Period. Some were written in Romanized Ukrainian, and even a few in Rusyn.

    For further reading check out Diasporiana.org and the Svoboda Press Archive

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