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TVA: Un garçon mutilé en Ukraine soigné à Montréal

TVA Nouvelles: Un garçon mutilé en Ukraine soigné à Montréal http://www.tvanouvelles.ca/2016/05/19/un-garcon-mutile-en-ukraine-soigne-a-montreal Photography published on TVA Publié le 19 mai 2016 View video Here L'hôpital des Shriners de Montréal tente de redonner espoir à un garçon jeune ukrainien de 12 ans seulement, victime des atrocités commises en Ukraine. Mykola réapprend à vivre. En août dernier, il jouait à l'extérieur, dans un village d'Ukraine, lorsqu'il a mis les pieds

TVA: Un garçon mutilé en Ukraine soigné à Montréal 2017-06-21T01:12:53+00:00

Actualité: Un garçon ukrainien de 12 ans triple amputé soigné à Montréal

Journal de Montreal: Actualité: Un garçon ukrainien de 12 ans triple amputé soigné à Montréal http://www.journaldemontreal.com/2016/05/20/un-garcon-ukrainien-de-12-ans-triple-ampute-soigne-a-montreal Photo Credit: Adriana Luhovy May 20, 2016 Article by: HÉLOÏSE ARCHAMBAULT (Read Full Article Here) À 12 ans, la vie de Mykola Nyzhnykovsky a littéralement explosé le 24 août 2015, après la détonation d’une grenade que ses copains et lui avaient prise comme jouet, près de la maison familiale. Le garçon

Actualité: Un garçon ukrainien de 12 ans triple amputé soigné à Montréal 2016-11-28T19:58:50+00:00

CTV National News: Ukrainian boy who lost legs in grenade blast walking again in Montreal

CTV National News: Ukrainian boy who lost legs in grenade blast walking again in Montreal See Full Article Here (With Video) A boy whose legs and right arm were blown off when he stepped on a grenade in eastern Ukraine is once again walking unaided, thanks to a Canadian humanitarian mission and a hospital in Montreal. Mykola Nyzhnykovskyi, now 12, was playing with his four-year-old

CTV National News: Ukrainian boy who lost legs in grenade blast walking again in Montreal 2016-05-20T18:09:18+00:00

Globe & Mail: Young casualty of war in Ukraine has renewed hope in Canada

Montreal: The Globe and Mail Young casualty of war in Ukraine has renewed hope in Canada http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/young-casualty-of-war-in-ukraine-has-renewed-hope-in-canada/article30104140/Photo Credit: Adriana Luhovy May 19, 2016 View Full Globe and Mail Article here - Photo caption: Mykola receives surgical care within the operating rooms of the Main Military hospital in Kyiv, Ukraine, as part of the Canada Ukraine Foundation medical mission. (Adriana Luhovy for The Globe and Mail) Mykola

Globe & Mail: Young casualty of war in Ukraine has renewed hope in Canada 2017-06-21T01:12:53+00:00

New Pathway: Adriana Luhovy’s Documentary Film “Recovery Room” In Production

Photo - Film Director Adriana Luhovy (right) following the interview with Krystina Waler, Director of CUF Humanitarian Initiatives Link to original New Pathway Article Here Montreal/MML Inc.: Adriana Luhovy is currently working on a feature documentary film, tentatively titled “Recovery Room”, for which she is director and cameraperson. The documentary deals with the current war in Eastern Ukraine and the diaspora’s response on a humanitarian level.

New Pathway: Adriana Luhovy’s Documentary Film “Recovery Room” In Production 2017-06-21T01:12:53+00:00

Montreal Gazette: Wounded by a grenade, 11-year-old Mykola finds hope at Montreal’s Shriners Hospital

Montreal Gazette Wounded by a grenade, 11-year-old Mykola finds hope at Montreal's Shriners Hospital http://montrealgazette.com/news/local-news/wounded-by-a-grenade-11-year-old-mykola-finds-hope-at-montreals-shriners-hospital March 17, 2016 Article by: Andrew Stobo Sniderman, Special to the Montreal Gazette   Read Full Montreal Gazette Article Here An 11-year-old boy who lost his legs and an arm in Eastern Ukraine will soon walk again in Montreal. When he does, it will be because of the dedicated Canadian volunteers

Montreal Gazette: Wounded by a grenade, 11-year-old Mykola finds hope at Montreal’s Shriners Hospital 2016-05-18T03:54:10+00:00

Euromaidan Press: Canadian medical team returning to Ukraine to undertake a fourth medical mission this month

Canadian medical team returning to Ukraine to undertake a fourth medical mission this month http://euromaidanpress.com/2016/02/20/canadian-medical-team-returning-to-ukraine-to-undertake-a-fourth-medical-mission-this-month/ Photo Credit: Adriana Luhovy February 20, 2016 Read Full EuromaidanPress Article Here A fourth team of Canadian medical professionals will travel to Ukraine to conduct a Master Class for Ukrainian Military surgeons and to perform reconstructive surgeries on victims of violence from Vladimir Putin’s invasion into Eastern Ukraine. The mission will run

Euromaidan Press: Canadian medical team returning to Ukraine to undertake a fourth medical mission this month 2017-06-21T01:12:53+00:00

Euromaidan Press: “11 yr. old triple amputee, victim of war in Ukraine, receiving treatment in Montreal”

Euromaidan Press “11 yr. old triple amputee, victim of war in Ukraine, receiving treatment in Montreal” http://euromaidanpress.com/2016/02/02/11-yr-old-triple-amputee-victim-of-war-in-ukraine-receiving-treatment-in-montreal/#arvlbdata Photo Credit: Adriana Luhovy February 2, 2016  See Full EuromaidanPress Article Here Photo - Mykola is making progress at Shriner's Hospital, Montreal. Photo by Adriana Luhovy  Article by: Canada-Ukraine Foundation On January 30, CTV’s W5 featured the third medical mission by the Canada-Ukraine Foundation to Kyiv, Ukraine. The program

Euromaidan Press: “11 yr. old triple amputee, victim of war in Ukraine, receiving treatment in Montreal” 2017-06-21T01:12:53+00:00

Toronto Star: Canadian doctors help turn around injured Ukrainian boy’s life

Toronto Star Canadian doctors help turn around injured Ukrainian boy’s life http://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2016/01/30/canadian-doctors-help-turn-around-injured-ukrainian-boys-life.html By: Victor Malarek,  W5 Photo Credit: Adriana Luhovy Published on Sat Jan 30 2016 Read Full Toronto Star Article Here. Photo - Mykola Nyzhnykovskyi , 11, lost both legs and an arm in an explosion in Ukraine. His future looked bleak until a Canadian medical mission to Ukraine got word of his situation. Dr. Oleh

Toronto Star: Canadian doctors help turn around injured Ukrainian boy’s life 2016-05-18T03:54:53+00:00
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