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Initially, he found very low numbers of Ukrainian Canadian military personnel and many who did not identify with their church or culture (AUOCC, Fyk Fond).
Father Michael Fyk was born in Garland, Manitoba, and studied at the Agricultural College in Winnipeg for a year and at St.
On February 5, 1942, in a letter from Father Sawchuk to Father Fyk (AUOCC, Symchych Fond, letter 16280), he was informed of the difficult two-year process in attaining permission for chaplains for the Ukrainian Canadian military personnel and that the government had finally relented, not only for the Ukrainian Orthodox, but also for the Ukrainian Catholics.
Father Fyk replied on February 10, 1942 (AUOCC, Fyk Fond), and asked about the obligations of the position and whether service was to be only in Canada or overseas also.
In a letter dated July 9, 1942, Father Fyk notified Father Sawchuk about his work as a parish priest with soldiers in Alberta and inquired whether there were any further plans for a second chaplain.
Finally, on May 14, 1943, the Department of National Defence (LAC, Personnel Files--Fyk, Michael) and Father Sawchuk officially informed Father Fyk about his imminent appointment to the Pacific Command in Vancouver (in another source the date is March 24, 1943; AUOCC, Sawchuk Fond, Box 3, File 2)).
A year after his appointment, Father Fyk informed Father Sawchuk on April 22, 1944 (AUOCC, Fyk Fond), that the Pacific Command Colonel was not happy with the state of his health and that, after being referred to a surgical specialist regarding his knees, it was decided that he was unfit for duty.
Fyk agrees that everyone must receive their Flu Shots, but to also consider adding his GEN-X-3[TM] technology to their defense against the H3N2 Flu that is now an epidemic throughout the United States.
In addition to potentially saving lives, said Fyk, the GEN-X-3[TM] also reduces operational costs for budget-conscious EMS providers, as it generates a powerful solution for only pennies per ounce.