2015 VIMY PILGRIMAGE AWARD WINNERS ANNOUNCED!

The Vimy Pilgrimage Award recognizes the actions of young people who demonstrate outstanding service, positive contributions, notable deeds, bravery or leadership. Their acts may have served their peers, schools, communities, province or country. This award consists of a fully funded, week-long educational program in Vimy, France, to study Canada’s tremendous First World War effort. This year the week is scheduled for April 5 – 13, 2015 and will include classroom education and daily field trips to important First World War sites.

Thank you to our generous supporters of this program: EF Educational Tours Canada and Canada’s History.

Congratulations to this year’s winners:

Somaya Amiri – New Westminster, BC

Michael Batas – Calgary, AB

Kathleen Blundon – Mount Pearl, NL

Noémie Cloutier – Montréal, QC

Hicham El Bayadi – Orleans, ON

Emma Doucette – Johnston’s River, PE

Evan Dyson – Brandon, MB

Hilary Friesen – Halifax, NS

Émélie Gagnon – DSL de Grand-Sault, NB

Branden Handrahan – Bragg Creek, AB

Jonah Lee-McNamee – Vancouver, BC

Annie Martel – St-Pierre Jolys, MB

Taiya Melancon – Mayo, YK

Rishabh Nag – Mississauga, ON

Paul Okundaye – Niagara Falls, ON

Tiffany Quon – Vancouver, BC

Emily Roach – Blind River, ON

Madeleine Robitaille – Rhodes Corner, NS

Jessica Scott – Regina, SK

Nikolas Starzomski-Wilson – Howie Center, NS