The Ukrainian Museum of Canada is more than a museum in Saskatoon. We are a network of museums across Canada dedicated to the promotion of Ukrainian cultural life, all established by the Ukrainian Women’s Association of Canada. The headquarters of the Ukrainian Museum of Canada are in Saskatoon, and we have branches across the country:
Ukrainian Museum of Canada, Ontario Branch:
Founded in 1944, the Ontario Branch of the Ukrainian Museum of Canada is located at the St. Vladimir Institute in Toronto. The museum houses more than 6,000 artifacts, predominantly textiles, that have been collected, researched, documented, photographed, and preserved to professional museum standards by a cast of dedicated volunteers and a professional administrator, along with a gorgeous gift shop. Every year, the museum produces at least one major thematic exhibition. The Ontario Branch is open year-round.