Related Internet Links:
Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village
This historic site tells the story of Ukrainian immigrants and the development of the Bloc Settlement in East Central Alberta from 1892 to 1930. There's basic info here about location, hours of operation and admission.
Ukrainian Language and Culture Home Page
Here you'll find a vast resource of information and further links on everything Ukrainian: history, language and culture and religion, the arts, and food with a tastey recipe for Borshch. There's also travel and tourism, current events, politics and economy, and genealogy and lost relative searches.
Embassy of Ukraine in Canada
The Ukraine Embassy home page provides Facts & Figures about Ukrainian religion, geography, demographics. There's also a map of the various regions of Ukraine and tips for travel. There's also a brief book list with titles ranging from Ukrainian cooking to history to folklore.
Welcome to Ukraine
This site focusses on becoming familiar with present-day Ukraine. There's an exhaustive list of links to other sites dealing with every aspect of Ukrainian life, including media and United Nations reports.
St. Vladimir Institute
The St. Vladimir Insitute fosterd knowledge and appreciation of the Ukrainian spirit, culture, language, history, fine and folk arts, customs and traditions. The Institute has a library with available resources and is connected to the Ontario branch of the Ukrainian Museum of Canada, which puts on exhibits open to the public.
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