Canadian First World War


News 2022

New Pathway Ukrainian News
November 23, 2022

Remembering a dark chapter in Canada’s history
By: Peter John Manastyrsky
Winnipeg Free Press, Oct. 28, 2022

Emerson monument honours Ukrainian and Eastern European men arrested during First World War
Pembina Valley News, Written by Cory Knutt
Monday, September 19, 2022

‘Putting them in internment camps is wrong’: new memorial marks ‘March to Emerson’
CTV News Winnipeg, Dan Vadeboncoeur
September 17, 2022

Southern Manitoba monument pays tribute to Canadian internment camp survivors
Chelsea Kemp, CBC News
September 17, 2022

Rotary Centre for the Arts Launches Pause In Plight, a National Internment Art Exhibition by Kerri Parnell
September 1, 2022

Profiting from past pain of others just plain wrong
By Lubomyr Luciuk
July 29, 2022

USask professor emeritus helps preserve the history of local internment camp
By Paul Sinkewicz
July 6, 2022

Ukrainian art in Canada reflects the war and our responses to it
The Globe and Mail
By Marsha Lederman
June 17, 2022

Unearthing Canada’s First World War Internment History
Melanie Morin-Pelletier
June 27, 2022

Play tells story of Ukrainian immigrant’s escape from Banff internment camp
By Carolyn Kury de Castillo Global News
June 20, 2022

National exhibit pauses on internment plight in Vernon
Vernon Morning Star
By Jennifer Smith, May 31, 2022

Family of WWI Ukrainian internment camp survivor searches for lost great-uncle
Christina Jung · CBC · Posted: May 25, 2022

Vernon internment camp part of major digital history project
On This Spot launches app, website, showcasing the history of WWI internment camps in B.C. Interior
May 3, 2022

Museum’s ‘Lost Liberties’ exhibit documents tragedy of interned Ukrainians in Canada
The Ukrainian internment is just the first part of the exhibit, which also examines the internment of Japanese Canadians during the Second World War and the 1970 October Crisis, the last time the War Measures Act was invoked.
By Blair Crawford, Ottawa Citizen, March 9, 2022

Nanaimo Museum’s new First World War ‘enemy alien’ exhibit opens this weekend
Experience of interned German and Ukrainian people to be explored
NANAIMO NEWS STAFF – February 9, 2022