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Association of United Ukrainian Canadians

AUUC


Association of United Ukrainian Canadians
 
Асоціація об’єднаних українських канадців

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Our History

The Association of United Ukrainian Canadians has evolved through a number of organizational stages due to conditions and climate of the time. It came on the scene as the Ukrainian Labour Temple Association (1918 - 1924), followed by the Ukrainian Labour-Farmer Temple Association (1925 - 1946), the Ukrainian Association to Aid the Fatherland (1941 - 1946); and finally, the Association of United Ukrainian Canadians (1946).

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Ukrain Labour Temple Grand Opening

October 2, 2021

On Saturday October 2nd, 2021, an official reopening ceremony was held at the newly renovated and restored Ukrainian Labour Temple..

Built in 1919 by the Ukrainian Labour Temple Association (today the Association of United Ukrainian Canadians), the Ukrainian Labour Temple has been designated a National, Provincial and Municipal historic site because of its architectural significance and its role as the centre of progressive social movements that shaped our city and our country.

The building remains in the hands of the organization that laid the cornerstone and erected the building in1918-1919. For this reason it is also has a rich and unbroken historical heritage connected to social and working class history. To this day it serves as a centre of cultural and political activity.

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Our History

The Association of United Ukrainian Canadians has evolved through a number of organizational stages due to conditions and climate of the time. It came on the scene as the Ukrainian Labour Temple Association (1918 - 1924), followed by the Ukrainian Labour-Farmer Temple Association (1925 - 1946) ...

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Our Branches

Association of United Ukrainian Canadians is a nation-wide organization
with branches across Canada
with the National office located in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Latest News

2021–2022 Russo-Ukrainian crisis

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AUUC 100th Celebrations Winnipeg May 2018

This year marks 100 years since the founding of the Association of United Ukrainian Canadians.

We are therefore celebrating the significant and treasured history of contribution to Canadian life made by one of the earliest social organizations of Ukrainian immigrants

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Ukrainian Labour Temple Speakers Series Addresses Gender-based Violence Winnipeg March 6th 2016

Host and organizer of the event (March 6th), Emily Halldorson welcomed the audience to this International Women’s Week event, sponsored by the Association of United Ukrainian Canadians.



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