Canadian First World War


News 2013

Petawawa: Council considers historic plaque commemorating internment of Ukrainian Canadians
By Sean Chase, Daily Observer
November 14, 2013

Enemy aliens were imprisoned in Toronto during the First World War.
By David Wencer
November 9, 2013

Dark piece of the past
By Katie May, Lethbridge Herald
October 30, 2013

Internment camp memorial unveiled at Exhibition Park
By Quinn Campbell, Global Okanagan
October 29, 2013

Memorial to mark war internments at Lethbridge site
By Tamara Gignac, Calgary Herald
October 21, 2013

Speaker sheds light on hidden chapter of history
By Richard McGuire
October 2, 2013

Unique 1916 Artifact Donated to Spirit Lake Internment Interpretive Centre, Quebec
October 3, 2013, Abitibi, Trecesson (La Ferme), Quebec

First World War internment camps exhibit in Banff officially opens
By Colette Derworiz, Calgary Herald
September 14, 2013

Banff Pavilion Highlights WW1 Internment Camps
CBC News Calgary

First World War exhibit opens in Banff National Park
CTV News Calgary

Federal internment camp exhibit opens in Banff
By Bill Graveland, The Canadian Press
Global Okanagan

Internment camp exhibit highlights dark era of Canadian history
The Globe and Mail
September 14, 2013

Exhibit into First World War internment camps in Banff officially opens
By Colette Derworiz, Calgary Herald
September 14, 2013

First World War internment camps exhibit opens in Banff

Postmedia News
September 14, 2013

Government of Canada Opens Exhibit on First World War Internment in Canada in Banff National Park

Banff Exhibit On Internment Camps During First World War Opens (VIDEO)
CP | By Bill Graveland, The Canadian Press

Ottawa opens exhibit on First World War internment camps in Banff, Alta.
By: Bill Graveland, The Canadian Press
Winnipeg Free Press
September 13, 2013

Exhibit on First World War internment camps opened in Banff
Red Deer Advocate by The Canadian Press
September 13, 2013

Hidden no more
It’s time Canada commemorates Ukrainian internment in labour camps

By: Lubomyr Luciuk, Winnipeg Free Press
June 19, 2013

Les Ukrainiens du Québec traduit en français
Publié le 18 Juin 2013
Marc-André Landry RSS Feed
Abitibi Express

Les Ukrainiens du Québec s’ouvrent à la culture francophone
Par Mathieu Proulx
Publié le: Lundi 17 juin 2013

Spirit Lake Interment Mural Unveiled in Amos, QC
The New Pathway
June 13, 2013

Internment Exhibit Opens
Posted on June 17, 2013 by roman.brytan

Controversy dogs exhibit on First World War internment
By Dawn Walton
Calgary – The Globe and Mail
Monday, June 10, 2013

Cave & Basin to open exhibit on lost chapter of local history
By Tera Swanson
Banff Crag and Canyon
Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Redress Required – Why Canada’s Treatment of Ukrainians During WW1 Still Matters
By Lionel Hughes
Prairies North Magazine – Summer 2013 edition

Painting the Past, Michelle Loughery Internment Mural
Vernon Morning Star
May 24, 2013

Remembering injustice
By Borys Sydoruk, Calgary Herald
Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Ryan Boyko’s Movie “Enemy Aliens”
May 18, 2013

Ryan Boyko – Film maker producing film on Ukrainian internment
The Dauphin Herald
Tuesday, March 12, 2013

News Release — Minister Kenney marks achievements of the Canadian Historical Recognition Program (CHRP)
Toronto, February 18, 2013

National Launch of internment mural project called, the Sunflower Project
February 20, 2013
Media Release
Photo (Photo details: Photo left to right: Lois Campbell, educational liaison; Ryan Robson; Ruth Hoyte, President of the Downtown Vernon Association; Roman Chez, President of the Ukrainian Canadian Congress, Vernon Branch; Sophia Kniaz, President of the Vernon Women’s Association, Vernon Branch; Michelle Loughery, muralist and internee descendant; Mayor Rob Sawatzky, City of Vernon; Lindsay Mitchell Bridges Community Development; Andrea Malysh, representative of the Ukrainian Canadian Civil Liberties Foundation; Katie Sanders, Sunflower project coordinator.)

Internment murals focus of Vernon launch
Vernon Morning Star, February 10, 2013