Ontario Launches 57 Scholarships To Honour Canadians Killed In Iran Crash

That's 57 scholarships in honour of 57 Canadian victims of the Iran plane crash

16.1.2020

That's 57 scholarships in honour of 57 Canadian victims of the Iran plane crash

'Many of the victims were students and professors with bright futures,' Doug Ford says.

Iran Blames 'Human Error' For Accidental Hit On Ukrainian Plane Universities and colleges across Canada have been holding memorial events over the past week to remember the students and faculty who died in the crash. “Many of the victims were students and professors with bright futures, studying and teaching at Ontario universities and colleges, contributing to the advancement of research in many life-changing fields,” Ford said. “We will honour their memories through these scholarships to recognize their incredible contributions to our communities.” The province says the scholarships will be allocated to the post-secondary schools the victims attended or worked at. Some scholarships will also be allocated to eligible colleges or universities based on a competitive process. Ontario’s Ministry of Colleges and Universities will further develop the scholarships in the coming weeks by consulting with the federal government, cultural community groups and the schools. This report by The Canadian Press was first published on Jan. 16, 2020. Also on HuffPost: Read more: HuffPost Canada

... but Doug has no money for teachers, or low income housing. He's only doing this to try improve his popularity.

Video appears to show 2 missiles fired at Ukrainian plane in IranWARNING: Video contains graphic content New footage appears to show two separate missiles hit the Ukrainian airplane that was downed in Iran last week. Even Iran blames Iran, but Trudeau blames the US, as usual. 🤪 The liberal will still blame trump !!!! Accidentally....twice

Families of plane crash victims face complicated process for bringing bodies homeFor the families of the 57 Canadians killed in the Iranian plane crash, returning their loved ones’ bodies home is proving to be a complicated process.

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Universities across Canada plan moment of silence for plane crash victimsUniversities across Canada are coming together today to honour the victims of a plane crash in Iran that left no survivors a week ago. Shot down..... this was murder Two missiles shot this Plane down the second missile 23 seconds after the first. This was a deliberate targeting! Prayers for the families and my condolences but this was targeted not a crash!

Canadian universities plan moment of silence for Iran plane crash victimsMore than a dozen universities have said they are grieving students, faculty and researchers who were among the 176 people killed last week in Iran. Are they going to demonstrate against the rogue theocratic Iranian Mullahs who terrorize the middle east and the world? Just askin'...... to Was not a crash! It was shot down by 2 Iraining missiles! Was not an accident!!!

Canadian military resumes some operations in Iraq following Iran scareBrig.-Gen. Michel-Henri St-Louis says the military is again flying transport aircraft in and out of Iraq to supply troops there Iraq gvt asked all foreign troops to leave. Is CND invaders now? get our people OUT of there trudeau-castro, you jacobin tyrant I still don’t know our interest in Iraq. Is it because we just love the Muslims? Oil Bring our solders back home and let the USA clean their own mess. I thought we are spending taxpayer’s money out there. No We have no dog in the fight so bring our brothers back please.



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