The Holodomor National Awareness Tour

The Holodomor National Awareness Tour is a project of the Canada-Ukraine Foundation, supported by the Government of Canada and the Governments of Ontario and Manitoba, to raise awareness about the Holodomor and help build a strong, democratic, diverse and tolerant society in Canada.

The Holodomor was a famine-genocide carried out in 1932-33 by the Soviet Union led by Joseph Stalin, which resulted in the deaths of millions of Ukrainians.

The Holodomor National Awareness Tour features the Holodomor Mobile Classroom (HMC), a state-of-the-art, interactive mobile learning space, to engage and educate students and the public across Canada about the Holodomor.

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The holodomor mobile classroom

The Holodomor Mobile Classroom is a state-of-the-art RV created to provide educational seminars on the Holodomor across Canada. The Holodomor Mobile Classroom features twelve 4k screens spanning the length of the interior and seating for up to 33 people, wheelchair accessible.

Meet the HMC

About the Holodomor

The term Holodomor (Ukrainian for “death by forced starvation”) refers to the genocidal starvation of untold millions of Ukrainians in 1932–33. The Holodomor resulted from the brutal imposition of Soviet Communist policy in order to ...
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The holodomor mobile classroom at your school

The Holodomor Mobile Classroom is an innovative educational module where students partake in a 60-minute, facilitator-led interactive experience known as “The Historian’s Craft.” The module starts with a short documentary
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The holodomor mobile classroom in your community

The Holodomor Mobile Classroom’s role in community events is to help inform Canadians about this tragic famine-genocide, engineered by a government sworn to protect the Ukrainian people.
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In the News

The Canadian who documented Soviet horrors


C J News

In 1928, 24-year-old Torontonian Rhea Clyman, the one-legged daughter of Polish-Jewish immigrants, arrived in Moscow with no job, no residence and no command of the local language.

Hunger for Truth: The Rhea Clyman Story


New Pathway

We live in a time where the most powerful tools in the field of journalism lie in everyone’s pockets. A voice recorder, camera, and notepad all in one— we could certainly ask for no better.

Grant Approval Press Release


Ukrainian Canadian Community Welcomes Federal $1.45M Funding For Holodomor Awareness Project Toronto – The Ukrainian Canadian community welcomes the announcement by the Honourable Melanie Joly, Minister of Canadian Heritage, of a three-year grant valued at $1.45 million to support the Holodomor National Awareness Tour and the Holodomor Mobile Classrooms (“the HMC). The funding announcement was …

Sponsors and Partners

Temerty Family Foundation
Petro Jacyk Education Foundation
Ihnatowycz Family Foundation

Contact Us

Tel: (416) 966-9800


620 Spadina Avenue, 2nd Floor Toronto, Ontario M5S 2H4

Holodomor National Awareness Tour