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Sevala’s Ukrainian Deli in Transcona dishes up perogies, holopchi and varenyky that would make a grandma proud


The same way people were discouraged from gathering in December to celebrate Christmas, Kwanzaa or Hanukkah, those who follow the Julian calendar are being instructed not to hook up with friends and family later this week to observe Svyatvecher, more commonly known as Ukrainian Christmas. But, if you’re looking for food, there’s help out there.

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