Ukrainian Canadian Congress
British Columbia Provincial Council 

Конґрес Українців Канади
Провінційна Рада Бритійської Колюмбії

The Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) is the official voice of over one million Canadians of Ukrainian descent, of whom over 200,000 reside in British Columbia.
     UCC-BC was officially founded in 1990 at the province-wide conference Building the Future: Ukrainians in BC
     Since its inception, UCC-BC launched a community newsletter Contact in the fall of 1991, and has co-ordinated events such as the Ukrainian Centennial Days celebrations at the world-famous Plaza of Nations in Vancouver (summer 1991), the Ukrainian Showcase Pavilion at the 1992 Pacific National Exhibition, and Ukrainian Showcase 2000 at the Plaza of Nations in August 2000.     
   Today UCC-BC continues to encourage and support community endeavors and initiatives central to BC's Ukrainian community.

What's New... 

On Radio:

BC's longest-running and only bilingual Ukrainian radio program Nash Holos with host Paulette "Pawlina" Demchuk  MacQuarrie ... now broadcasting to 28+ countries on the PCJ Radio network. Local broadcast airs Sundays at 6pm on AM1320 CHMB Vancouver, Cable FM 97.5. Live stream at CHMB website. Also the PCJ edition is heard at 2 pm Wednesdays on 101.7FM CHLY  Nanaimo.

BC's all-Ukrainian radio program, Chetverta Khvylia (4th Wave) on CJSF (SFU Campus Radio) 90.1 FM Sundays at 10 am with host Stanislav Nastenko. 

On TV:

Kontakt TV airs Sundays at 8 am (repeats Mondays at 12 noon) on Omni 1 Multicultural Channel in Vancouver.