On the occasion of the 75th Anniversary of the D-Day Landings and the Battle of Normandy, the Juno Beach Centre is sponsoring a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for 24 high school students from across the country. Students will travel on a tour of Canadian battlefields of the First and Second World Wars, following in the footsteps of thousands of men and women who came before them.
The participants are:
Max Bahri – Sherwood Park, AB
Joel Beaudoin – Falher, AB
Joshua Besner – Toronto, ON
Emma Marie Blackburn – Ottawa, ON
Elisha Davidson-Yee – Surrey, BC
Nicholas de Gier – Ponoka, AB
Courtney Decker – Strasbourg, SK
Morgan Dutchak – Dauphin, MB
Caleb Erb – North Vancouver, BC
Sydney Johnson – Saint John, NB
Tarynn Kearney – Pembroke, ON
Francesca Lepore – Coquitlam, BC
Haileigh Macleod – Fall River, NS
Jayde Marcoux – North York, ON
Alyssa Mason – Winnipeg, MB
Alexandra McColgan – Pointe-Claire, QC
Natalie Mubalama – Ottawa, ON
Shana Quesnel – Dunvegan, ON
Max Redmond – Vancouver, BC
Felix Rondeau – Lethbridge, AB
Aidan Sander – Lethbridge, AB
Erin Susla – Oakville, ON
Jordan Talledo – Winnipeg, MB
Ryan Waugh – Hartland, NB
We received a far greater number of applications than we were able to accept and had to make very difficult decisions after looking at each application in detail.
We appreciate the time and effort everyone who applied put into their application, and we would like to thank everyone who applied.
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