February 14, 2006


Aftermarket association awards fourteen scholarships to students

Ottawa, Ontario – The Automotive Industries Association of Canada (AIA) has announced the winners of fourteen scholarships, who will each receive $700 to pursue their studies in an automotive aftermarket industry-related program at a Canadian college or university.

The Arthur Paulin Automotive Aftermarket Scholarship Awards were established in 1986 and are named after longtime AIA volunteer Arthur Paulin; a minimum of five are awarded each year, with at least one in each region of Atlantic Canada, Quebec, Ontario and Western Canada. The fifth scholarship is awarded to a student pursuing studies at the Canadian Automotive Institute (CAI). Additional awards were made available through the AIA Divisions that made special contributions to the scholarship trust fund.

The winners of the 2005 awards are Joann Mathon, Innisfail, AB; Brad Kreoker, Surrey, BC; Stephen Squires, Winnipeg, MB; Daniel Lee, Vancouver BC; Lorie Cadieux, Brandon, MB; Badawy K. Shaath, Quebec, QC; Frank Ciccocioppo, Montreal, QC; Simon Beauchesne, Rivi

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