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CANADA DAY 2005
Award recipients at the 7th Annual Canada Day Celebrations were:
York Regional Police
was recognized for “the difference the police force is
making, under the leadership of Chief Armand P. La Barge, with its innovative
and forward looking policies for keeping neighborhoods, streets and schools
safe in York Region”. Many
officers from the York Regional Police surprised Chief Armand La Barge by
attending the event.
Professor Ibrahim Dincer was recognized for “his research in fuel cell technology to power vehicles in an effort to find an alternative to gasoline in order to cut down on pollution and greenhouse gas emissions for a cleaner environment and clean air”.
a grade 12 exceptional student at Branksome Hall and one of
the 30 winners of the “National Award Scholars2005” by the Canadian Merit
Scholarship Foundation, was recognized for her “exceptional achievements in
studies while pursuing several extra-curricular activities, and for giving the
community the gift of her time as a volunteer, in
Durham Regional Police Service was recognized for “the excellent community service the police force is providing with the ongoing partnerships with various diverse communities in the region, and for its commitment to keeping Durham Region a safe place to work and live”. Deputy Chiefs Rod Piukkala and Chuck Mercier received the award on behalf of the police force.
Ahmed Hussen was recognized for his “leadership
and outstanding contributions in reviving and rejuvenating the Regent
LeCroy, Consul General for the
Deputy Chiefs Rod Piukkala & Chuck Mercier of Durham
Regional Police receiving plaque from Mobeen Khaja.
Chief Armand La Barge with York Regional Police officers
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some of Association's officers cutting the cake.