The John D. McNie Achievement Award of Excellence was established in 2001 by David O. Davis in honour of John D. McNie.
The 35 Lions Club of Regina Scholarship is a non-renewable scholarship available to students enrolled in an undergraduate program at the University of Regina who reside within Regina City or the Province of Saskatchewan.
The Lions District 5CN Bursary is funded by past District Governor Ewen Gray. Amount: $600 Number Available: 1 Deadline: October 1st, 2018 Criteria Must be a student at the University of Saskatchewan Must have completed at least one year of study Must be blind
Scholarship funded by the Kenneth Bimmann Fund and available to students who have completed at least one year of study at the University of Saskatchewan.
No one embodied the spirit and vision of Ontario March of Dimes more than WWII flying veteran, Wade Hampton. At age 31, on the same day the polio vaccine was announced, Hampton was diagnosed with the disease and taken to
Association for Education and Rehabilitation of the Blind and Visually Impaired (AER) proudly offers educational scholarships for individuals continuing their education in the field of providing services to the blind and visually impaired. The William and Dorothy Ferrell Scholarship is
CNIB’s Sense Scholarship for Students with Vision Loss is an annual, one-time award of $500 granted to a Canadian living with vision loss, who is attending or planning to attend a university or college in Canada. This scholarship is made
The Joyce Family Foundation was created by Canadian entrepreneur Ronald V. Joyce, best known as the legendary Canadian entrepreneur who, in 1964, invested in the first Tim Hortons donut shop in Hamilton, Ontario. Joyce went on to grow the business
Barney Danson’s life was one of service to his country – as soldier, MP, minister of several portfolios in the Pierre Trudeau governments, Consul General in Boston, successful businessman and philanthropist. He did all this without the sight in one
Dr. John Pyper was an ophthalmologist from Stratford, Ontario, who in 1955 extracted the first two eyes donated to the Eye Bank of Canada, and continued to perform this procedure for decades.