Category Archive: News

SUSK and UCPBA-Toronto organize a Panel Discussion on Networking

On October 2nd, 2014 SUSK and UCPBA-Toronto organized a successful panel discussion entitled “Transitions: How to Network Efficiently.”  The keynote speaker of the event Andy Semotiuk, addressed over 60 participants in attendance emphasizing the importance of critically reflecting upon one’s identity to find one’s proper career niche. SUSK and UCPBA-Toronto would like to thank the …

Continue reading »

SUSK participates in President Poroshenko’s Visit and in the UCC AGM

As an active member of the Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC), the Ukrainian Students’ Union (SUSK) participated in various community initiatives this month. On Wednesday September 17, 2014, SUSK President Christine Czoli joined a UCC delegation in greeting the Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko on his first official visit to Canada. Find the full release below.  

Youth Leadership Program Registration

Calling all high school students! Register now for the Youth Leadership Program to build communication and leadership skills during the eight free sessions through discussions and presentations. There is a maximum limit of 25 students, so be sure to sign up or pass the message along to someone who may be interested, today! To register …

Continue reading »

Networking Event

SUSK Networking Event Poster Oct 2 2014

SUSK participates in the Toronto Ukrainian Festival

From September 12-14, 2014, SUSK participated in the Toronto Ukrainian Festival, as well as held an Executive meeting during the festival. Member Ukrainian Students’ Organizations (USOs) were also present and sharing information of their activities to local youth and students. In addition, SUSK President Christine Czoli and Director of External Relations Emily Bayrachny shared insights …

Continue reading »

SUSK attends United for Ukraine Gala with PM Harper

On September 11, 2014 several SUSKites attended the United for Ukraine gala. Hosted by the Canada Ukraine Foundation, the gala was organized in order to support the Ukrainian relief effort. The Right Honourable Stephen Harper, Prime Minister of Canada, delivered keynote address, emphasizing Canada’s continued support for Ukraine. For this, SUSK commends the Prime Minister and looks …

Continue reading »

Greetings for the 2014-2015 Academic Year

“Cоюз Українськoгo Студентства Канади” (CУСК), “Ukrainian Canadian Students’ Union”, or “Union des Étudiants Ukrainiens Canadiens” was formed in December 1953, and is the coordinating body of Ukrainian-Canadian students at post-secondary institutions across Canada. SUSK would like to extend greetings to all Ukrainian Canadian students beginning their 2014-2015 academic year. We would like to extend our …

Continue reading »

SKUMO AGM – Live Stream Links & Schedule

The Annual General Meeting of the World Congress of Ukrainian Youth Organizations (SKUMO) will be held August 26-28, 2014 in Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine. Delegates from youth organizations of the Ukrainian diaspora from Europe, Asia, Australia, North and South America, as well as observers and guests from Ukraine, are expected to attend. The program includes various sessions …

Continue reading »

SUSK supports English language education in Ternopil, Ukraine

In July 2014, SUSK alumnus Taras Maluzynsky taught a free of charge English language program to children of Ternopil, Ukraine at the Ternopil Children’s Library #5. As a side project of the SUSK “Hope/Надія” Shevchenko t-shirt initiative, we partnered to ensure SUSK Shevchenko t-shirts were part of Taras’ English language program. Participants learned English through interactive lessons, including speaking, listening, …

Continue reading »

SUSK marks 100th anniversary of Canada’s First National Internment Operations

To mark the 100th anniversary of Canada’s First National Internment Operations, SUSK calls upon its member Ukrainian Students’ Organizations and all Ukrainian Canadian students to commemorate and raise awareness of these dark pages in Canada’s history. In addition, SUSK encourages all Ukrainian Canadian students to support “CTO – The One Hundred Plaques across Canada initiative”, organized and …

Continue reading »

SUSK supports Ukraine through Shevchenko “Hope / Надія” Shirt

In early 2014, SUSK launched a “Hope / Надія” t-shirt project in order to mark the 200th anniversary of the birth of Taras Shevchenko. SUSK would like to extend a sincere thank you to all those who supported our initiative. We invite supporters of this project to participate in a social media campaign to highlight our initiative and …

Continue reading »

SUSK VP Finance Position Vacancy

The Ukrainian Canadian Students’ Union (SUSK) is looking to fill the position of Vice-President Finance as it was not filled at the 2014 National SUSK Congress held May 8- 11, 2014 in Toronto. As a result, the 2014-2015 National SUSK Executive would like to announce a call for applications to fill this position on our …

Continue reading »

Boycott Putin Now! Extended Twitter Storm

The World Cup ends on Sunday July 13, which means the media will turn to discussing the next World Cup…in Russia. Let’s give them something to talk about. The media hangs out on Twitter; that’s why Twitter storms are so important. If you couldn’t make today’s storm at noon ET educating World Cup sponsors like …

Continue reading »

Boycott Putin Now Twitter Storm

United with Ukraine, the Ukrainian Canadian Students’ Union (SUSK), and #DigitalMaidan ask you to join the “Boycott Putin Now!” Twitter Storm: Help us take the 2018 World Cup away from Russia. On Tuesday July 8th, 12pm ET, our Twitter storm will educate FIFA’s sponsors about Putin’s human rights crimes. The World Cup promotes peace and anti-racism; …

Continue reading »

Visit Edmonton, Alberta and explore your Ukrainian culture!

The Paul Yuzyk Institute for Youth Leadership invites high school and university age students to participate in an exciting four day exploration of the world’s largest eco-museum showcasing the historic block settlements of the Ukrainian Canadian pioneers dating back to the late 1890s.  

International Video Conference – Euromaidan

SUSK (and SUSK alumnus Roman Petryshyn) invite you to connect to an International Video Conference about Euromaidan, hosted by the Contemporary Ukraine Research Forum: The video conference will be held on Thursday June 26 (8:00am-12:30pm MST; 10:00am-2:30pm EST). Numerous Canadian and Ukrainian scholars will present research on various topics, including folklore, culture, religion; media and communication; and politics …

Continue reading »

The 2014-2015 National SUSK Executive

SUSK Avatar Group Photo

The 2014-2015 National SUSK Executive was elected in May at the 2014 National SUSK Congress. As with past years, the Executive is comprised of students across Canada at different universities and pursuing different studies. This year’s Executive is comprised of students from the University of Waterloo, University of Alberta, Université de Montréal, University of Western …

Continue reading »

Commemoration of T. Shevchenko’s 200th Anniversary – Joint Project with School 155 in Kyiv, Ukraine

In March 2014, Ukrainian Canadian Students’ Union (SUSK) and School155, Kyiv, Ukraine started a joint project in order to commemorate 200th anniversary of Taras Shevchenko. In the first phase of the project, SUSK prepared a video featuring Christine Czoli (2014-2015 and 2013-2014 SUSK President) and Cassian Soltykevych (2014-2015 SUSK Executive Vice-President, 2013-2014 SUSK Media Director). Christine …

Continue reading »

AGM – CUCC this Wednesday

The annual general meeting of the CANADA-UKRAINE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE will be held on Wednesday, June 18, 2014 at 7:00pm (sharp). Location: Foyer of the TRIDENT BANQUET HALL 145 Evans Avenue (at Islington Avenue) Toronto, Ontario  

SUSK attends Tribute to Liberty Event with PM Harper

On the evening of Friday May 30, 2014 several members of SUSK’s National Executive attended a fundraiser for Tribute to Liberty, a non-profit organization whose mission is to build a Canadian memorial to the victims of communism. Given that in Canada, over 8 million people trace their roots to countries that suffered under communist regimes, …

Continue reading »

Older posts «