Based on the positive turnout with recently hosted online events by UNF Ottawa-Gatineau, we have decided to organize the presentation dedicated to
Based on the positive turnout with recently hosted online events by UNF Ottawa-Gatineau, we have decided to organize the presentation dedicated to the topic which deserves to be discussed as never before. This virtual lecture will be presented by our special guest and the UNF member Borys Sirskyj who will lecture on how information warfare influences the day-to-day life of the Ukrainian-Canadian diaspora.
Borys Sirskyj began his career with the Federal Government in 1979 when he became Executive Assistant to Senator Paul Yuzyk, remaining with the Senator till 1985. In 1986, he joined the Solicitor General’s Department where he has been till his retirement in 2017. Borys was posted to the Canadian Embassy in Vienna, Austria between 1995-1999. Borys has served as the intelligence officer in CSIS for the past 33 years and was involved in all aspects of Russian counter-intelligence. He has been active in the Ukrainian community for over 35 years.
This live function will take place via video conference at the online platform WebEx.
The number of attendees is limited. For registration, please respond to this email or via Eventbrite.
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Priority will be given to UNF members. The presentation will be in English.
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UNF-OG Executive Team
(Thursday) 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm