This past weekend, Canada——along with many other countries——honoured the 75th Anniversary of Ukrainians that were killed by Stalin - the Holodomor of the 1930s.
It is estimated that 2 to 10-million Ukrainians were killed by a famine because Stalin forced collectivization of grain and other foodstuff that left people starved for food.
The Ukrainian Canadian Congress launched the first National Holodomor Awareness Week from November 16th to the 23rd.
On the 22nd, they honoured the memory of the victims with a moment of silence at 9:00 a.m., and on Sunday, they held memorial services across the country in local churches.
Earlier this year, Canadian Prime Minister Harper supported a private member's bill that acknowledged the famine as a genocide.
"This is the bare minimum which we, as Ukrainians, should do not only for the millions of victims, but more importantly, for our descendants who must always remember the Holodomor," stated the Ukrainian Canadian Congress in a statement on their website.
Their website is <www.ucc.ca/holodomor/index.htm>.