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Association of United Ukrainian Canadians

Branches & Affiliations

Association of United Ukrainian Canadians
товариство об'єднаних українців Канади


National Office

Between National Conventions, the business and affairs of the Association of United Ukrainian Canadians is conducted by a Board of Directors, called the National Committee and its executive, National Executive Committee.

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AUUC Winnipeg

AUUC Winnipeg is located in the historic Ukrainian Labour Temple, the birthplace of the AUUC and an important gathering space for the North End community. We maintain our deep connection to Ukrainian culture through our performing arts groups, and educate the public on the history of the Ukrainian-Canadian left through tours of our building. We also advocate for social, racial and economic justice, hosting and supporting many grassroots initiatives with the aim of working towards a better future for us all.

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AUUC Vancouver

AUUC Vancouver Branch consists of Vancouver String Orchestra, Barvinok Choir, The AUUC School of Dancing, Vancouver Ensemble and Dovbush Dancers

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AUUC Edmonton

The organization and cultural activities of the progressive Ukrainian community in Edmonton started at the very beginning of the last century. A Taras Shevchenko Reading Room existed as early as 1901, organized by the first few Ukrainian settlers to the area

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AUUC Calgary

Branch No. 55 of the AUUC is the parent body of the Calgary Hopak Ensemble. We are extremely proud of our choir, orchestra and dancers. The Children's Dance School is thriving with enrollment growing each year.

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AUUC Regina

A branch of the Ukrainian Labour Temple Association (ULTA) was established in Regina in 1919 when the membership of the then Zluka organization decided to rename itself, having adopted the constitution of the ULTA earlier. Originally located in a building purchased from the Romanian community, the growth of the membership and activities resulted in the members building their own hall in 1929.

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AUUC Ottawa

ULT Ottawa was incorporated in 1924 as Branch 11 of the ULFTA and ownership was transferred to the association. AUUC’s Ottawa Branch was incorporated in 1948 and ran the hall until the early 1960’s.

The Ukkrainian labour temple tradition ended in Ottawa in 1965 when the branch closed its doors. The building was sold in 1967 and demolished in1974 ( 523 Arlington Avenue in southwester Rochesterville)

The present day branch is a rebirth by friends who had been AUUC members in various branches in Western Canada, and was chartered in April, 1999.

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AUUC Toronto

Encouraged by the building of the Ukrainian Labour Temple in Winnipeg, Toronto Ukrainian activists began collecting nickels and dimes, appealing to their audiences for donations for a new building. Opened in 1927, over the next six decades, The Ukrainian Labour Temple at 300 Bathurst Street became known far and wide for its cultural achievements and prominent participation in community and political affairs.

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AUUC Welland

The Association of United Ukrainian Canadians in Welland has promoted, nurtured and supported cultural activities right from its inception. In 1917, a Ukrainian Labour Temple was constructed at the end of Sixth Street in Welland near the Welland Canal. It was not only Welland's first Ukrainian Community Centre but was also the first Ukrainian Labour Temple in Canada.

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