The surname in Ukrainian is ?????? and accurately transliterates (sounds like) to Bojechko/Bojeczko/Boyeczko.
I did a quick look and the Bojeczko were emigrating mainly from Kalush county in Stanislawow (Ivano-Frankiska) region. These were Hutsul, a micro-ethnic Ruthenian/Ukrainian group. Luka and Siwka were/are both located in Kalush.
Lisa,sometimes family history is not as accurate as we would like it to be.It has been my experience that about third of the time we encounter brick walls is because of inaccurate family history. I am sure Zlatica, an old hand at research, will attest to this. ____________________________
SPECIFICALLY where in Western Canada did your Immigrant/Ancestors settle?Next check the LOCAL LIBRARY. There are frequently family autobiographies there or even history of ancestral villages.
Another local resource is the CHURCH attended by the family. Church records were kept traditionally.A child was born and baptised within 10 days of birth.Father & Mother were listed, and that included their immediate lineage and place names of origin. That will provide you w/three generationsand establish and accurate time line.
I did find a Michal Bojeczko, SS Pallanza, arriving in Quebec and then about a month or so crossing the border and heading for Detroit (friend, Dmytro Badata?)to work???This was 1913.He was married, but traveling alone and originally from Luka. Immigrants, more often than not, followed family and friends from their own villages to region of settlement or work.