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USS is honoured to receive the Hetman Award from the Ukrainian Canadian Congress - Alberta Provincial Council in celebration of #canadaukraine125 under the category of "Empowering the Community" #СлаваУкраїні #susk

Met my former #SUSK Azman from #KPKT who is now with KWP #kwp

Quería ser la primera... #susk #5conorgullo

وتنم پاره ی تنم#susk#vatani

Bbs💕💕 #susk

Presenting at the 2017 Spring Conference in S'toon about the volunteers engagement.📉📈 It was beneficial for our organization to attend as we took away some information and contributed to the thought process of adults from youth perspective; it was a mutual exchange of info. 📑
Thanks @matviichukroman for that epic picture. 😂
#susk #suskregina #2017springconference

Мадагаскарский таракан
Madagascar cockroach,, soosk😰
#таракан #cockroach #susk

When #susk meets #musamcgill for Montreal Malanka 💛💙. @lawnmoen
#montrealmalanka #2017 #awesomness

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Que juapiñas somos ostia 😗😗😗
Oskx1000 4ever and evar to the infinite #Love #Amicas #Locas #Santiago #VomitandoEnRuta #SusK

Мадагаскарский таракан
Madagascar cockroach,, soosk😰
#таракан #cockroach #susk

Students of Bitter Harvest

"After watching the movie, I was speechless. Although I’ve known about the Holodomor for years, having a movie to see the actual events makes an impact. It’s educational. [The producers] did a really good job of portraying the Ukrainian culture and tradition.” Matthew Pichlyk, Student at the University of Manitoba

Today is the last day to catch Bitter Harvest in theatres!

Thank you to everyone who came out to our Bake n' Perogy sale today! We had a blast!

Students of Bitter Harvest

“Watching the movie is a great, easy way for an average person to educate themselves about something unfortunate that happened to Ukrainians.” Dylan Turchyn, Student at the University of Manitoba

Bitter Harvest is in theatres for a few more days. Be sure to catch it at the Cineplex Odeon McGillivray & VIP Cinemas!

Students of Bitter Harvest

“Bitter Harvest was hard to watch. Not only was it sad, but it was difficult to watch the violence and so many people being affected by [the Holodomor]. I was uncomfortable watching some parts, but I think that’s what needs to be shown in the movie to get the whole message across.” Laryssa Yakimoski, Student at the University of Manitoba.

Bitter Harvest is in theatres for a few more days! Be sure to catch it at Cineplex Odeon McGillivray & VIP Cinemas.

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