Wednesday, April 21, 2021
Friday, March 12, 2021
A worldwide pandemic affecting millions of people has caused hundreds of thousands of deaths. The contagious virus known as COVID-19 causes it. It caused a huge panic and people everywhere were stockpiling essentials like hand sanitizers, toilet paper and even flour. Store shelves were literally empty until limitations on purchases were more controlled.
What happens when you combine an interest in film and writing together with focus and determination?
Tuesday, February 16, 2021
1) EZREKLAMA: Greetings Borys. Thank you for meeting with us. Could you share with our readers something about yourself, and maybe things you enjoy doing in your free time?
1) BORYS: Good day. Certainly. My name is Borys Lehkar. I come from the city of Drohobych in the Lviv region of Ukraine. After graduating from school, I entered the Lviv Technical College of Rural Construction in the Department of Civil and Industrial Construction. My education, which was the second half of the 1980s, came at a time when the movement for democratic change and protests against the then Soviet system was gaining momentum in Lviv. I tried not to miss any demonstrations. We hung flags, glued posters, and were on duty at the Klumba (flowerbed) now a monument to Shevchenko in Lviv. It was then that I was lucky enough to meet Chornovil, the Horeniv brothers, Helia, the Kalintsy couple, and other dissidents of the time. Lviv, where I had to live a significant part of my life, remains my favorite city to this day. After graduating from college, I started working as a construction foreman, and a few months later I was drafted into the army.
By the way, the years of my service (1990-1992) coincided with the collapse of the Soviet Empire and Ukraine's independence. It so happened that I took two oaths. The first, to the USSR, and the second to Independent Ukraine. I am especially proud that I had the honor to serve at the time when the Ukrainian Army was born. After demobilization I went to work in business, and then I worked for a construction company as a foreman.
Saturday, January 30, 2021
Genealogist, Family History Researcher and Author
A PERSON DOES NOT LIVE BY BREAD ALONE
Lord of Heaven and Earth,
We call upon you with our prayer:
Send upon us celestial aureole
With your right hand, Almighty.
The true character of the first settlers from ethnic Ukrainian lands, is revealed to the reader from their personal memories, press archives and research papers relating to the late 19th and early 20th centuries. These courageous, hardy, stalwart, hardworking pioneers were cast by fate to the other end of earth looking for a better life.
Tuesday, November 3, 2020
The problem was the diagram. It showed the vacuum latch already open with no clear explanation on how to open it. Then by playing around with it for another 15 minutes or so, by some fluke it opened. Soon after, we targeted in on it, and we figured it out! It's actually a very simple thing to do but hundreds of people are having the same problem with it. Moreover, none of the available YouTube videos show how to open and close this vacuum latch. But now there is a video tutorial to show you how it's done. In fact, it's the only one that does!
If this just described your dilemma then wait no longer. Jump to this YouTube video tutorial by ezreklama right now and finish up your yard work!
Wednesday, October 14, 2020
Canadian Red Seal Heavy Duty Equipment Mechanic, John, was not content simply watching the Russia-Ukraine war on Canadian news channels and decided to do something about it. Not just send money or volunteer for a short time to help “the poor Ukrainians back home, but to really do something”.
John decided to join the Ukrainian army to help support the fight against Russian aggression by becoming a tank mechanic and driver.
Click the link below to hear his story.