The Central and Eastern European Council in Canada

CEEC

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The CEE Council in Canada

The Central and Eastern European Council in Canada represents the interests over 4 million Canadians of Central and Eastern European heritage. CEE community congresses, federations and councils are members in the CEEC and includes The Albanian Community in Canada, Czech and Slovak Association, Estonian Central Council, Hungary Congress 
Latvian National Federation in Canada, Lithuanian-Canadian Community, Canadian Polish Congress and The Ukrainian Canadian Congress

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Election 2015 Party Positions

election-report-card-CEE-bConservative responses to UCC questionnaire here

Liberal responses to UCC questionnaire here

NDP responses to UCC questionnaire here

Green Party responses to UCC questionnaire here

Report created with with open source and data compiled by the Ukrainian Canadian Congress
For more information contact Marcus Kolga marcuskolga[at]liefa.com

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The Leaders on CEE Issues

Stephen Harper

Conservative Party
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Justin Trudeau

Leader Liberal Party of Canada
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Thomas Mulcair

NDP
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Candidates Who Support CEE issues

Chris Alexander – Pickering-Ajax

Chris Alexander speaking in support of the Maidan movement and Ukrainian indpendence at 9:12 mark.


 

Chrystia Freeland – Toronto Center

Ms. Freeland’s May 2015 piece My Ukraine


 

Jason Kenney – Calgary Southeast

Recent announcement by Jason Kenney for new pro-CEE initiatives

Minister Jason Kenny – Tartu College Sept 22, 2015


 

Ted Opitz – Etobicoke Center

Ted Opitz has made strong statements in support of CEE issues.

Ted Opitz on Kontakt TV


 

Borys Wrzesnewskyj – Etobicoke Center


 

Peggy Nash, NDP – Parkdale High-Park


Wladyslaw Lizon, Mississauga-East Cooksville

Contact us info [at] ceecouncil.org!