Rumina Velshi is a member of the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
Rahman Jamal talks about this year’s trends in the measurement and control area
The many people he touched in his life will surely remember his high-wattage smile.
South African attorney Mohamed Keshavjee is the latest recipient of the prestigious Gandhi-King-Ikeda Award for Peace
As a full time Reservist, Warrant Officer Aly Hirji and his family faced some difficult moments during his deployments.
“As his mother, I wanted to do something to keep his spirit alive”
Both of Zaileen Janmohamed’s parents fled East Africa while still young: her father, Alaudin, from Uganda during Idi Amin’s reign
His career as a lawyer took him around the world. But Virani is now at home in Ottawa
Salimah H Meghani, PhD, MBE, RN, FAAN, Associate Professor of Nursing, was recently featured in the February 2015 edition of “Medical Ethics Advisor”
Ali Velshi (Artsci’94) graduated from Queen’s with a degree in religious studies.
Few jewelers — if any — can boast that a Federal Reserve honcho sits on its advisory board.
Saherish Surani, an aspiring and ambitious 16 year old, who currently attends Veterans Memorial High School as a Junior.
For a brief time anyway, Adam Karmali turned tour guide in his return to Vancouver this week.
From April 12-15, 2016 Pakistan Innovation summit for education-PISE joining hands with Aga Khan Rural Support Programme (AKRSP) to organize the first ever, technology Summit.
Quasar Padamsee has based Khatijabai’s character on his Ismaili Khoja paternal grandmother, Kulsum Padamsee.
They chose to give their monetary gifts to the Aga Khan Foundation
The two owners encouraged those girls to embrace their unique body shapes and sizes and quickly dispelled the notion that only certain kinds of girls could wear certain kinds of clothes.
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“There were times I had to work 20-hour days to build up clientele and provide the service that would take us to the next level.”
Al-Karim Moloo, a Business Advisory Partner at WBM Partners LLP
Ms. Adatiya lives in North Vancouver with her husband and daughter, and serves on the Canuck Place Gift of Time Committee, and holds a leadership role in the Aga Khan Foundation.
In March 2016, Harvard Club UAE hosted a panel with Harvard Graduate School of Education professors
The National Flag of Canada, also known as the Maple Leaf, turned 50 in 2015.