TRU BSW Program Application Submission Deadline January 31st is approaching

TRU BSW Program Application Submission Deadline January 31st is approaching.

Do not miss the opportunity to apply and start your social work BSW journey in September 2021 at TRU. I have included the top 8 links that can help you to learn more about the program and apply before January 31st. In case you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact the TRU BSW Student advisor, and Alana will support you in the application process. Contact e-mail:

Top 8 places to learn about BSW TRU Program and Kamloops community:

  1. BSW Information Session Recording (the voice-over powerpoint presentation on the TRU BSW program)
  2. BSW Program Website:
  3. A blog post: Why Students Choose Social Work at Thompson Rivers University? Blog Post:
  4. Welcome to Kamloops Guide:
  5. General Information on TRU Admissions:
  6. BSW Program Information package (all you need to know to fill your application):
  7. Do not forget to fill this document too: Social Work Supplementary Application Form:
  • 8. Check Youtube Playlist on Kamloops to visualize your home community when you study at TRU BSW Program:

Ukrainians in Canada: Learning Events January 22-January 28

It is a great way to learn about Ukrainians in Canada by visiting multiple events in the next seven days. Please feel free to share this information among your networks

  1. Virtual Book Launch “Makhno and Memory: Anarchist and Mennonite Narratives of Ukraine’s Civil War, 1917–1921 by Sean Patterson DATE: FRIDAY, JANUARY 22ND 2021
    TIME: 2:00 P.M. (MST)

More information


  • Ukrainian Embroidery towels: Srednonaddnipryanski ornaments Lecture (in Ukrainian)

Доповідь відбудеться у суботу 23 січня 2021 р., 10:00 (MST) наживо в онлайн режимі через платформу Zoom Meeting.
More information:

  • Ukrainians in Canada Community learning course Unit 2: Push Factors: History of Ukraine and factors that influence the decision to immigrate to Canada January 23rd 2021 at 11:00 (MST) Please note the change of time to allow course participants to attend the Ukrainian Embroidery Towels lecture at 10:00 a.m. MST (see link above).

More information about the course:


  • The Ukrainian Resource and Development Centre at MacEwan University and the Kule Folklore Centre at the University of Alberta are pleased to present an online lecture by Leah Hrycun entitled The Story of These Lands: Recovering Indigenous-Ukrainian Narratives in East Central Alberta. Date: January 28, 2021, at 5 pm.

Presenter: Leah Hrycun is a doctoral student at the Faculty of Native Studies, University of Alberta.More information:


Ukrainian Caroling 2021 Zoom Live and Youtube Recording Versions

Carolling is a long-lasting tradition that unites people to share the joy of Christmas with community members. Living in a pandemic creates many unique ways to share the gift of Christmas with the community.

One way is to connect on Zoom and sing along. Here is three Youtube playlist where one can practice Ukrainian carolling

The first Playlist feature Ukrainian Carols with English lyrics/subtitles

The second Playlist feature English Carols and New Year Songs with Ukrainian Lyrics / Subtitles

The third Playlist feature Ukrainian Carols and New Year Songs:

Find your way to carol and celebrate Ukrainian Christmas.

If you are on Zoom please feel free to join the Ukrainian community and celebrate together.

Dormition of The Mother of God Ukrainian Catholic Church in Kelowna, BC  CANADA

is cordially inviting you and all your dear ones  to participate at our traditional  CHRISTMAS CAROLLING

from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Pacific Time (CANADA and USA)

on Sunday, January 10th, 2021 A.D.

Please join us on-line at:




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