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CANADA DAY 2006 

Barbara Hall, Chief Commissioner, Ontario Human Rights Commission, was the Keynote Speaker.  She was also one of the award recipients.

For Mr. John Nay, Consul General for the USA, who arrived a few weeks earlier, this was the first official APMO's function he attended.

AWARD RECIPIENTS:

BARBARA HALL, B.A; LL.B; Ph.D (Hon)

CHIEF COMMISSIONER ONTARIO HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION

IN RECOGNITION OF THE OUTSTANDING WORK IN PUBLIC SERVICE AS A COMMUNITY WORKER, LAWYER, CITY COUNCILLOR, MAYOR OF THE CITY OF TORONTO, AND NOW AS THE CHIEF COMMISSIONER OF THE ONTARIO HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION. 

DR. ALI GRAMI

 IN RECOGNITION OF THE RESEARCH WORK IN SATELLITE TECHNOLOGY WHICH PROVIDES HIGH SPEED INTERNET ACCESS TO REMOTE AREAS IN NORTH AMERICA

AHMED HABIB

IN RECOGNITION OF THE WORK ON ISSUES OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND SOCIAL JUSTICE ON CAMPUS AND THE VISION AND DEDICATED WORK IN OPENING AN ACCESS CENTRE FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES.  

 

AMYN KESHAVJEE

IN RECOGNITION OF THE CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE BETTERMENT OF SOCIETY BY VOLUNTEERING IN VARIOUS MUSLIM AND NON- MUSLIM ORGANIZATIONS  

MATEEN KHAJA

IN RECOGNITION OF THE VOLUNTEER WORK DONE SINCE A TEENAGER, AND THE ENTHUSIASM AND CREATIVITY IN SERVING THE COMMUNITY THROUGH THE USE OF MEDIA AND TECHNOLOGY  

 

DR. YACOUB MOUBARAK & MISS RUBA MOUBARAK

IN RECOGNITION OF THE SOCIAL AND MEDICAL SERVICES PROVIDED TO HARD HIT AREAS AFFECTED BY THE SOUTH ASIAN TSUNAMI DISASTER, AND THE EFFORTS IN REBUILDING THE ISLAMIC UNIVERSITY IN ACEH, INDONESIA

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CANADA DAY 2007 AWARD RECIPIENTS:

DR. KARIM F. DAMJI, MD, FRCSC, MBA

In recognition of his outstanding research in understanding the root causes of various glaucomas, and for developing rational therapeutic strategies to prevent blindness related to severe forms of glaucoma, and  for his remarkable volunteer work in Canada and abroad.

EMILY  NG

In recognition of her outstanding volunteer work  and for building bridges of understanding between diverse communities, and  for her contributions towards the success of the Taste of Asia Festival.

  MASHKOOR  HASAN (BARNI)

In recognition of his significant contributions to the communities in Durham and Peel region to promote peace, harmony and cultural diversity.

  DAHLIA NAWWAR

In recognition of her contributions to the community and dedication to youth work in the national capital region over the past 10 years, and currently as coordinator of the national security youth outreach program at the RCMP national headquarters in Ottawa.

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