St. Petro Mohyla Institute
St. Petro Mohyla Institute (SPMI) is located near the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. The institute was founded in 1916, and named after the Ukrainian Orthodox Metropolitan, St. Petro Mohyla. Later the institute moved from its original location on Main Street to its current address at 1240 Temperance Street in the 1960s.
Through its summer language courses and its university residence, SPMI serves the cultural needs of the Ukrainian Canadian community in the city. SPMI is a home away from home for students including, but not limited to, those of Ukrainian ancestry from all parts of Saskatchewan, as well as other provinces, while they are pursuing higher education at University, Business College or Technical School.It is a centre for the extra-curricular activities of its resident students, students outside the Institute, and for the continuation of adult education.The SPMI has developed courses for studies in Ukrainian literature, history and arts, and has fostered the finest cultural elements and traditions of the Ukrainian people, including folk music, folk dancing, handicrafts and domestic arts and crafts.The SPMI carries out extension work in all parts of the province to make its services available to everyone requesting them. The institute serves as a centre for cultural activities for Canadians of Ukrainian descent in the province of Saskatchewan.
St. John's Institute
St. John’s Institute was originally organized in 1918 and eventually settled into its current location on Whyte Avenue in the heart of Old Strathcona in one of Canada's most dynamic arts communities. Offering various lectures, seminars and workshops during the year for the enrichment of body and spirit, as well as weekly chapel services open to anyone interested; everyone walking through our doors has a unique opportunity for profound growth. Most of all, St. John's is an excellent option for the student wishing to find a place to call home.
St. John's Institute fosters and enriches leadership in the Orthodox faith, Ukrainian heritage and Canadian community by producing educational, spiritual, cultural, and outreach programs and operating a student residential centre.
St. Vladimir Institute
The Institute was founded in 1963 in Toronto, Ontario with the doors of the present location opening in 1969. It's one of four similar institutes in Canada; the others are located in Winnipeg, Saskatoon and Edmonton.
About St Vladimir Institute:
Is a non-profit charitable organization
Committed to showcasing the creativity of talented contemporary artists exploring Ukrainian-Canadian identity, history, culture and experience
Provides a student residence conveniently located downtown for university and college students
Can provide accommodation for groups and individual students during summer months
A centre of cultural activities and programs for children, seniors and everyone in between
Is available for meetings, banquets and theatre in a convenient downtown location
A research resource centre consisting of an library and a museum dedicated to Ukrainian-Canadian collections
A place for selected Orthodox liturgical services in a dedicated St. Vladimir Chapel conducted by a designated Institute Chaplain
A home for a number of Ukrainian-Canadian community organizations
St Andrew's College
St. Andrew’s College is an institution of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of Canada and is affiliated with the University of Manitoba. The College exists to promote spiritual, academic, cultural and moral leadership within the Church, the Ukrainian Canadian community, and the Canadian community.
The college offers programs and courses in Orthodox Christian Theology, prepares candidates for the clergy and other professionals for service in the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of Canada and other Orthodox churches, provides a Ukrainian Orthodox Christian student residence, provides community outreach integral to its mission statement, supports faculty in scholarly educational activities, encourages propagation and support of Ukrainian and Ukrainian Canadian culture within Canadian society.
St. Andrew College has recieved over $xxx in grants from SUS Foundation of Canada.