2023-02-23: The National Assembly of Quebec unanimously adopted a resolution in support of the Ukrainian people, submitted by the member of the National Assembly for Rosemont, Vincent Marissal.
“That the National Assembly reaffirms the inalienable right of the Ukrainian people to their territorial integrity;
That it declares the military aggression of Ukraine by Russia as defying international law, namely the military aggression on the civilian population, as well as its critical infrastructure;
That, like the House of Commons of Canada, it denounces the acts of a genocidal character committed against the Ukrainian people, which have been reported by the media;
That it welcomes in Quebec all Ukrainians who are temporarily displaced, while asking the Governments of Quebec and Canada to do everything in their power to facilitate their arrival in the country;
That it reaffirms the historical character of its relationship of friendship with the Ukrainian diaspora in Quebec;
That it salutes the heroic resistance of the Ukrainian people and the courage of the opposition movement to the war in Russia;
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Risks of exploitation and abuse: information capsule for newly arrived Ukrainian migrants
The current context in Ukraine could aggravate the vulnerabilities of migrants and in particular women and children who have had to flee their country for security reasons. Indeed, they can become the target of malicious individuals seeking to take advantage of their situation.
In order to make them aware of the risks of exploitation and abuse or even human trafficking, the SPVM presents an information video intended for newly arrived Ukrainian migrants.
The video was produced in collaboration with the Office for the Integration of Newcomers to Montreal (BINAM), the Center for Assistance to Victims of Criminal Acts of Montreal (CAVAC) and the Congress of Ukrainian Canadians.
It is important to remember that if you are a victim or witness to a crime, do not hesitate to ask for help. Help through confidential and free resources is available whether there is a complaint or not.
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We engage our community of 1.4 million Ukrainian Canadians through programming across various areas: arts, youth, education, and more
The UCC works with its member organizations and provincial councils and local branches to celebrate and advance our rich Ukrainian Canadian identity
We work with government officials, NGOs and community leaders to ensure Canada stands shoulder-to-shoulder with Ukraine
Ukrainian Canadian Congress - National
The Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) is the voice of Canada’s Ukrainian community. The Congress brings together under one umbrella all the national, provincial and local Ukrainian Canadian organizations. Together with its member organizations, the UCC has been leading, coordinating and representing the interests of one of Canada’s largest ethnic communities (1.4 million) since 1940 and has been instrumental in shaping Canada’s social, economic and political landscape.
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UCC Quebec Provincial Council and Montreal branch represent Ukrainian Canadians who live in the province of Quebec.
Ukrainian communities are present in the following cities (Statistics Canada):
Montreal, Quebec City, Sherbrooke, Trois Rivieres , Rouyn-Noranda, Granby, Saguenay.
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