The Ukrainian Canadian Archives & Museum Of Alberta (UCAMA) is a Ukrainian museum located in Edmonton. Recently the museum bought the old Lodge Hotel and the Brighton Block located at 9670 Jasper Avenue. The goal is to rehabilitate in order to create a facility which will house exhibition galleries, an archive and library resource area, collection storage areas. educational, meeting and special programming areas.
Ukrainians are one of the Canadian Prairie Provinces' largest ethnic groups. In recognition of this legacy, in 1972 a group of eleven prominent professional and business members of the Ukrainian community in Edmonton, led by Hryhory and Stefania Yopyk, dedicated themselves to the establishment of a facility for the preservation of the history and culture of Canadians of Ukrainian heritage. Through the efforts of these visionaries, the Ukrainian Canadian Archives and Museum of Alberta (UCAMA) was created. In 2003 the museum acquired the Lodge Hotel and the Brighton Block on Jasper Avenue.