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canada's first national internment operations of 1914 - 1920

PHOTO GALLERY

Ukrainian pioneer settlers
Ukrainian pioneer settlers en route to Edna-Star, Alberta, from Quebec City, 1897 (National Archives of Canada)
Ukrainian internees at Castle Mtn
"In the enclosure," Ukrainian internees at Castle Mountain, Banff National Park, Alberta (GWH Millican Collection, Glenbow Museum, Calgary, Alberta)
Corporal Filip Konowal
Corporal Filip Konowal, a recipient of the Victoria Cross for his valour during the Battle of Hill 70, near Lens, France, August 1917, the honourary patron of Branch #360 of The Royal Canadian Legion
Road building
"Road building," construction of motor road from Banff to Lake Louise, Alberta, circa 1915 (GWH Millican Collection, Glenbow Museum, NA-1870-77)
Women and children internees
Women and children internees at Spirit Lake, Quebec (National Archives of Canada, PA 170620)
Internees under guard, Kapuskasing
Internees under guard, Kapuskasing, Ontario (Photo courtesy of the Kapuskasing Historical Society)
"Fire alarm," at Cave and Basin
"Fire alarm," at Cave and Basin internment camp, Banff National Park, Alberta (Gushul Collection, Glenbow Archives, Calgary, NC-54-4336)
Internees at the Fernie-Morrissey
Internees at the Fernie-Morrissey camp, British Columbia (Photo courtesy of Fernie and District Historical Society)
Internees marching Spirit Lake
Internees marching across Spirit Lake, Quebec (Photo courtesy of Y Luhovy/Spirit Lake Camp Committee)
Canada's last known survivor of the internment operations, Mary Manko Haskett (centre)
Canada's last known survivor of the internment operations, Mary Manko Haskett (centre) with Dr L Luciuk (left) and UCCLA's chairman, John B Gregorovich (right), in Ottawa, March 1993
Wartime internment camp at Morrissey nea
Wartime internment camp at Morrissey, near Fernie, BC
Map of Internment Camps
List of Internment Camps
St. Paul, Alberta,  Internment Statue
St. Paul, Alberta, Internment Statue "21 Strands", Unveiled on September 28, 2019.
Twenty One strands of barbed wire was used on the Internee Enclosure at Castle Mountain Internment Camp, Banff National Park during Canada's first national internment operations of 1914 to 1920.
St. Paul, Alberta, Internment Panel
Unveiled on September 28, 2019
St. Paul, AB, Internment Blessing
Commemorative Ceremony/Panachyda for the Internment Statue and Interpretive Panel by Rev. Fr. Peter Haugen of the All Saints Ukrainian Orthodox Church, and Fr. Andrij Nykyforuk of the Protection of the Blessed Virgin Mary Ukrainian Catholic Church on September 28, 2019.
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EDUCATIONAL DOCUMENTS

Internment monument unveiled in St. Paul, New Pathway/Ukrainian News, October 8, 2019

Sculpture, ceremony preserve the memory of Ukrainian Canadian internment, Jeff Gaye, Respect News, October 8, 2019

Looking through the wire, Opinion, Jeff Gaye, Respect News, October 8, 2019

A history of Canada's first national internment operations, Respect News, October 8, 2019

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Internment books

Roll Call, Lest We Forget, compiled by Lubomyr L Luciuk, Natalka Yurieva and Roman Zakaluzny

Roll Call includes nearly 5,200 internees’ names, mined mainly but not exclusively from records preserved at the National Archives of Canada.

Roll Call Additions, Lest We Forget

Roll Call includes nearly 5,200 internees’ names, mined mainly but not exclusively from records preserved at the National Archives of Canada.

Without Just Cause, Canada's first national internment operations and the Ukrainian Canadians, 1914-1920, Lubomyr Y Luciuk

In Fear of the Barbed Wire Fence, Canada's First National Internment Operations and the Ukrainian Canadians, 1914-1920, Lubomyr Luciuk

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educational videos