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Applications will be accepted from July 1 through July 31
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We remember, unite, and shall overcome

In 1932-33, Joseph Stalin’s Soviet Communist regime used food as a weapon, orchestrating a famine to prevent Ukrainians from realizing their aspirations for independence. The Holodomor was the culmination of a genocidal assault on the Ukrainian people causing irreparable harm to the social fabric of Ukraine’s society, its spiritual culture, and identity.

As we mark the 90th anniversary of this genocide, we are witnessing yet another attempt to ruthlessly eradicate the Ukrainian people. But history reminds us that Ukrainians are a people resilient and unbowed.

Canadians, guided by our principles of truth, democracy, and fundamental human rights, have an obligation to ensure that the lessons of the Holodomor are never forgotten. Our communities have been blessed with the lives of many survivors of the Holodomor and we are grateful to them for having shared their stories. May their lives lived inspire a brighter future.

As we solemnly remember the victims of the Holodomor, we also unite in recognition of the bravery and resilience of the Ukrainian people today with their heartbreaking yet inspirational stories.

On Saturday, November 25, International and National Holodomor Memorial Day, please join Canadians and the international community in remembrance.

  • Join the #ShineALight campaign by lighting a candle and taking a pledge. Learn more.
  • Pause for a moment of silence at 19:32 (7:32) local time.
  • Share images and reflections on social media.
  • Participate in events in your local community.

Ukraine remembers! The world acknowledges!

May our memory of the victims of the Holodomor remain eternal.