Congratulations to the recipients of the 2022 Vimy Pilgrimage Award! 21 students were selected to participate in an immersive educational program in Belgium and France. They will learn about our history during the First World War.
Ashley Ahadjitse – Ottawa, Ontario
Uday Bhardwaj – Winnipeg, Manitoba
Zaahira Bidmus – Calgary, Alberta
Rowan Brosha – Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
Jung Hao Cau – Regina, Saskatchewan
Julia Elmslie – Guelph, Ontario
Prabhpreet Gill – Abbotsford, British Columbia
Rosie Goulet– Sherwood Park, Alberta
Kevin Guo – Oakville, Ontario
Ardyn Hardy – Albany, Prince Edward Island
Ava Haynes – Clearwater River, Saskatchewan
Francis Holm – High River, Alberta
Samuel Kamalendran – Mississauga, Ontario
Marin MacPherson – Quispamsis, New Brunswick
Kristen McCallum – Cambridge Bay, Nunavut
Diya Mehta – Toronto, Ontario
Evelyn Sar – Thornhill, Ontario
Logan Saunders – Miramichi, New Brunswick
Achyutha Surukanti – Edmonton, Alberta
Loïc Verreault – Laval, Quebec
Ciaran Williams – Verdun, Quebec
There were so many impressive applications that once again choosing only 21 participants was extremely difficult. We thank all those who applied and demonstrated their hard work and dedication.
This program is made possible due to generous support from Scotiabank and Air Canada. The Vimy Foundation would also like to thank Canadian North and Randhawa Group for providing support to recipients travelling from isolated communities.
Finally, we would like to thank the Love Family Foundation for providing additional support to our recipients.