Three Ukrainian pee-wee want to immigrate to Canada

Three Ukrainian pee-wee want to immigrate to Canada


Three young Ukrainians who participated in the Quebec International Peewee Hockey Tournament have applied to stay in Canada. According to what the Journal has learned, goalkeepers Matvii Kulish, Dmytro Korzh and striker Yehor Kosenko will return to Ukraine for the time being but could return to settle here during the summer.  

These three young people are among the five members of Team Ukraine Select who still live in Ukraine. Kulish's father is currently at the front while Kosenko's died there a few weeks ago. 

After the tournament, they expressed their interest in staying here. < /p>

“We decided not to make a quick decision,” confirmed Quebecer Sean Bérubé. We want everyone to take the time to think and we will talk to each other again with a clear head. The young people had not even informed their mothers when they told us about it. » 

The decision has therefore been made that the three youngsters will return, together with the rest of the team, to Europe on Monday. 

More details will follow …