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Dec 10, 2010

Ground Breaking Ceremony


Construction of the new museum has begun!


History was in the making on December 9, 2010 when approximately 100 people braved the minus 29 degree Celsius weather on the site of the new Museum building - 222 Avenue M South, Saskatoon - to witness a historic event.

A bus load of children from Bishop Filevich Ukrainian Bilingual School proudly stood together and sang Otche Nash (Our Father) in Ukrainian and O Canada in three languages - English, Ukrainian and French. The community watched as the pile driller made the first hole. Read more on this story in the December 2010 Museum News newsletter.

History made as ground broken for new museum

Pictured above from left to right: Maurice Soulodre (Architect), Morris & Anna Korpan (representing all the donors), Eileen Yaworski (Eparchial UCWLC President), Patricia Mialkowsky (President, Board of Directors), Jayne Paluck (1st President of the Board of Directors), Angeline Chrusch (representing all the volunteers), Dr. Lawrence Worobetz (representing the Dr. Stephen & Michelene Worobetz Foundation), Wynne Young (Deputy Minister of Tourism, Parks, Culture & Sports), Paul Machibroda (representing the Museum Building Advisory Committee) and James Chrusch (Bayda Kozaks).

Sign on site

Drilling of the first pile