A Dictionary of Emotions in Wartime by Olena Astasieva details the true experience of a woman from Kherson, in the first days of the full-scale invasion of Ukraine by Russia. The world-premiere production features original music by Borys Koniukhov and Julia Frait of Lado Strings. The story begins February 24, 2022. Russia invades the city of […]
From Ukraine to Vancouver Island
This blog contains the unedited posts of Ukrainians who successfully moved to Victoria, BC, and/or their hosts. Content posted with permission. For privacy we are keeping some of them anonymous. The opinions expressed in the blog are those of the author and are neither supported nor endorsed by the moderators of this website.
We cordially invite you to watch the video “A Day with the Welcome Basket Team.” In this footage, you will get to see our friendly team of volunteers working together to assist Ukrainian families who fled from the war to Vancouver Island. Over the past year, we have delivered essential item kits to 574 Ukrainian
People living in Canada have rights and responsibilities. These come to us from our history, are secured by Canadian law, and reflect our shared traditions, identity, and values.We understand that some of these rights and responsibilities are different from in Ukraine. We hope that this video will help you adapt to life in Canada. Люди,
Camp Sunflower is hiring 5 people who love kids and want to spend their summer doing crafts, playing games, and doing the Hokey Pokey. 1 Camp Manager ($23.50/hour) 2 Camp Counselors ($22/hour) 2 Camp Assistants ($17/hour) Requirements: – Loves to work with kids – Creative – Flexible – Team Player – Ability to Obtain Clean
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Dear Honorable Members of the Canadian Government, British Columbia Government, and Victoria Mayor and Council: I am writing on behalf of the Help Ukraine Vancouver Island Society to bring to your attention our organization’s activities and express our urgent need for funding. Our organization was established in April 2022 by a group of volunteers, to