A even blast on Wednesday abreast the Tehran airport has resulted in the afterlife of all 176 cartage and aggregation members, which includes 57 Canadians.
Following the crash, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau appear in a columnist conference that 138 of the cartage on the flight were apprenticed for Canada. A annual of the cartage on Flight PS752 has been released, forth with their bearing years, but Canadian admiral accept yet to affirm all the identities.
Friends and ancestors of the asleep accept helped character some of the victims who were on lath the Boeing 737-800 aircraft that was headed to Kyiv. The accident happened anon afterwards Iran launched a ballistic missile advance on Iraqi bases with U.S. troops.
Pedram Mousavi and Mojgan Daneshmand, a affiliated brace who were additionally University of Alberta professors, were tragically dead alongside their daughters, Daria and Dorina. Their identities were accepted to CBC by Masoud Ardakani, an accessory armchair at the university. Both accouchement were adolescent than 16 years old.
According to their university bios, both advisers accustomed their accessible degrees at the Iran University of Science and Technology, afore earning their adept and PhD degrees in Canada.
Foroutan, built-in in 1982, was an Iranian all-embracing apprentice at the university, according to her acquaintance Jaya Sree Mugunthan, who batten to the Toronto Star. According to her contour folio on the university’s website, Foroutan accustomed her bachelor’s amount in Iran, again a master’s in both Iran and Canada, afore accessory the University of Waterloo for her PhD.
Esfahani, built-in in 1990, accustomed his accessible and master’s amount in Iran, again confused to Canada to appear the University of Waterloo for a PhD in Construction Automation and Management, according to his LinkedIn page.
“Our thoughts are with the ancestors and accompany of anybody who died in this adventure and we will accommodate abutment to anybody in our University association who is afflicted by this adverse incident,” said a columnist absolution by the university. “We abide to assignment with the accordant authorities to access added information.”
Siavash Ghafouri-Azar and Sara Mamani were abiding from Iran afterwards afresh accepting married, according to CBC. They both advised engineering and completed a master’s amount at Concordia University.
“He was a abundant guy. Actual committed to life, to people, actual actual appropriate guy to be honest,” said Ghafouri-Azar’s uncle, Reza Ghafouri-Azar, to CBC.
According to their LinkedIn profiles, Ghafouri-Azar was a achievement specialist at the aircraft agent architect Pratt & Whitney Canada, while Mamani worked as a artefact change and agreement administration specialist at Bombardier.
Delaram Dadashnejad Credit: Facebook
Delaram Dadashnejad, 26, was on her way aback to Vancouver, afterwards visiting Tehran with family. Her sister accepted her afterlife to CBC. Dadashnejad was a apprentice at Langara College in British Columbia, who was belief nutrition. According to her friend, Sia Ahmadi, who batten to CBC, Dadashnejad was originally declared to fly home on Dec. 17, but had to reschedule her flight afterwards a battle with her apprentice visa.
Ardalan Ebnoddin Hamidi, Niloofar Razzagh and their son, Hamyar Ebnoddin Hamidi, were all on the flight aback home to Vancouver. Credit: Facebook
Kei Esmaeilpour, a acquaintance who’s additionally the arch of the Civic Association of Iranian Canadians, accepted the identities of affiliated brace Ardalan Ebnoddin Hamidi and Niloofar Razzagh to CBC. Their son, Hamyar Ebnoddin Hamidi, was additionally on the flight. The ancestors of three were on their way home afterwards a two-week anniversary vacation.
“Canadian association and Iranian association absent one of the best families. Ardalan Ebnoddin-Hamidi and his ancestors [were] one of the best amenable Iranian-Canadian citizens,” wrote Esmaeilpour on Facebook. ”I extend my condolences to the association and to his ancestors in Canada and in Iran.”
(Left to right) Evin Arsalani, Hiva Molani, and their one-year-old babe Kurdia. Credit: Facebook
Evin Arsalani, 30, forth with her 38-year-old husband, Hiva Molani, and one-year-old daughter, Kurdia, anesthetized abroad as a aftereffect of the baleful crash, accepted Evin’s brother Omid Arsalani to CBC.
The ancestors had accustomed in Iran for a bells on Dec. 8., and were annex aback to their home in Ajax, Ont.
“She was happy, she saw ancestors members, all the bodies in the ancestors she hasn’t apparent in years,” said Arsalani to CBC.
Alina Tarbhai and her mother, Afifa Tarbhai, were on their way aback home to Canada afterwards accessory a burial in Iran. Alina was an authoritative agent at the Toronto appointment of the Ontario Secondary Academy Teachers’ Federation.
“Alina was a admired employee, and allotment of a tightly-knit aggregation at Provincial Office,” said OSSTF admiral Harvey Bischof in a statement. “She was admired and admired by all. Her casual represents a abstruse accident for all of us who formed with her.”
Dr. Parisa Eghbalian Credit: Aurora Dentistry
Parisa Eghbalian, formed as a dentist at Aurora E&E Dentistry. Her colleagues and ancestors associates accepted her death, according to CBC. Eghbalian was built-in and aloft in Iran, again immigrated to Canada in 2010.
“In her additional time, she enjoys annual and watching movies with her bedmate and adolescent daughter,” according to her able bio.
Shadi Jamshidi Credit: CBC
Born in 1988, Shadi Jamshidi was a Mississauga sales consultant, who was articular by her abutting friend, Hamid Mehr, to CBC. Jamshidi was a abiding aborigine alive against Canadian citizenship.
“She was a admirable actuality all around, the array of actuality you would like to be around, the array of actuality that would acclamation you up and who would be consistently there for you,” said Mehr. “It’s so adamantine to anticipate that such a actuality is gone … I can’t accept this.”
(Left to right)Mojtaba Abbasnezhad. Zeynab Asadi-Lari, Mohammad Hossein Asadi-Lari and Mohammad Salehe. Credit: Facebook/Twitter/WSS
Among the victims were four University of Toronto acceptance in Mohammad Salehe, Zeynab Asadi-Lari, Mohammad Hossein Asadi-Lari and Mojtaba Abbasnezhad.
“On annual of the absolute University of Toronto community, I appetite to say how acutely afflicted we are, and how anxious we are for the families and accompany of those who absent their lives,” said UofT admiral Meric Gertler in a statement. “We are continuing to accumulate information, and demography affliction to annual the aloofness and wishes of all involved.”
Abbasnezhad, who additionally went by the name Soroush, was a first-year all-embracing PhD student. His character was accepted to CBC by his acquaintance Pooya Poolad, who was additionally declared to accomplish the cruise to Iran. Poolad says that Abbasnezhad was an Iranian aborigine who was active in Toronto as he advised against his amount in electrical engineering.
STEM Fellowship co-founder Dr. Sacha Noukhovitch accepted to Mississuaga.com that brother and sister Zeynad and Mohammad were additionally on the flight to Kyiv. STEM is a youth-run Canadian non-profit that advisers acceptance in abilities apropos to abstracts science and bookish writing. Zeynab was advancing a science amount at the University of Toronto Mississauga, area she was additionally the annex admiral of the STEM Fellowship. Her brother, Mohammad, abounding UofT’s city campus as a PhD student, while he’s additionally accustomed to accept co-founded the STEM Fellowship.
Salehe, 32, was a PhD apprentice at the University of Toronto. The Globe and Mail batten to his adolescence friend, Mostafa Rokooie, who accepted that Salehe was blessed active in Canada, afterwards accepting abounding average academy and aerial academy in Tehran. It appears that Salehe was in Iran with his wife for a visit, according to The Globe.
“He absolutely was an aberrant talent,” said Rokooie. “He was a actual acceptable acquaintance and a actual affable person.”
Ghanimat Azhdari Credit: ICCA Consortium
University of Guelph accepted two of its students, Ghanimat Azhdari and Milad Ghasemi Ariani, were on the flight.
“We are acutely afflicted to apprehend of the adverse accident of two of our students,” said university admiral Franco Vaccarino in a accounting statement. “Our thoughts go out to the families of these two acceptance and to anyone abroad afflicted by this tragedy. Any accident to our campus association touches all of us.”
Azhdari was a PhD apprentice in the administration of geography, ambiance and geomatics. She was additionally a board affiliate of ICCA Consortium, which supports the all-around movement for “Indigenous peoples’ and bounded communities’ aggregate territories of life.”
“We are in absolute atheism and crestfallen at the abrupt accident of such a admirable adolescent activity — a accurate force of nature, and one of the ICCA Consortium’s best admired flowers,” the bunch said in its statement.
Ariani was alive against a PhD in the administration of business and customer studies, according to the university.
(From larboard to right) Hadis Hayatdovoudi, Milad Nahavandi and Ghazal Nourian Credit: CTV News
Ghazal Nourian, Milad Nahavandi, Hadis Hayatdavoudi and Sajedeh Saraeian were acceptance at Western University, according to CTV News.
“This is a difficult time, we are acutely afflicted and it’s important for all of us to appear calm as a caring community,” said Western admiral Alan Shepard in a statement, while auspicious acceptance to accumulate in the All-embracing and Alum Affairs Building atrium in the evening.
Nourian was a PhD apprentice in the Nanophotonic Energy Materials group. According to her apprentice bio, she becoming both her bachelor’s and master’s amount in Tehran.
Milad Nahavandi was a PhD apprentice at the Industrial Bioproduct Lab. He becoming his bachelor’s and master’s in Iran, afore affective to Idaho for his aboriginal PhD amount in philosophy, according to his LinkedIn page.
Hadis Hayatdavoudi was a PhD apprentice at the Electrochemistry and Corrosion Science Centre. According to her LinkedIn bio, she becoming her master’s in Iran, afore accessory Western University in 2018.
“You apprehend the annual about actual abounding bodies actuality dead or died. But already you apperceive the person, it’s actual different, abnormally aback that actuality went to my university, (Hayatdavoudi) had a ablaze future, she was a PhD student,” said adolescent apprentice Perham Alibolandi to CBC.
The fourth victim, Sajedeh Saraeian, was an admission master’s of science apprentice in actinic engineering at Western, according to CTV News.
(Left to right) Samira Bashiri, Hamid Setareh Kokab, Zahra Naghibi, Mohammad Abbas Pourghaddi and Pedram Jadidi. Courtesy: CBC
Samira Bashiri, Hamid Setareh Kokab, Zahra Naghibi, Mohammad Abbas Pourghaddi and Pedram Jadidi were association of Windsor, Ont., according to CBC.
Bashiri, 29, was allotment of a blight analysis lab at the University of Windsor, which she abutting in May 2019. Afore affective to Canada, Bashiri accomplished as a veterinarian in Iran and had hopes of alpha alum academy in Canada in the fall.
“This is a adverse accident for all of us and we are so devastated for her ancestors and accompany aback home,” said Lisa Porter, who supervised Bashiri at the University of Windsor, to CBC.
Bashiri’s husband, Hamid Setareh Kokab, was additionally amid the casualties. He was alive against his PhD in automated engineering at the University of Windsor.
“The absolute University of Windsor is crestfallen by this annual and we extend our ardent condolences to the family, friends, and colleagues of anybody impacted by this abhorrent tragedy,” said University of Windsor admiral Robert Gordon in a statement.
Zahra Naghibi, 32, was a PhD apprentice at the University of Windsor, who was belief against a amount in ecology engineering. According to The Windsor Star, she was additionally the admiral of ASHRAE, a accumulation consisting of ecology engineers that focused on staging academia contest beyond Canada. Pourghaddi, Naghidi’s husband, additionally died in the crash.
The Windsor Star refers to Pourghaddi as “Ghadi” and letters that he was able-bodied accepted in the Iranian community, acting as an ambassador of a Telegram Messenger accumulation alleged What Annual About Windsor. In the group, he helped added Iranian immigrants with problems they ability encounter, such as award a abode to live, accepting insurance, or aperture a coffer account.
“He helped bodies actual much,” his acquaintance Niloufar Javid told The Windsor Star. “He was a actual acceptable listener. He was actual abreast about Iranian and Canadian laws.”
Jadidi was the fifth blow amid the group. He was belief civilian engineering at the University of Windsor. According to All-around News, he was built-in in Iran, and travelled aback to appointment ancestors over the holidays, afore accepting to acknowledgment to Canada for a new semester.
(Left to right) Mansour Pourjam and Fareed Arasteh. Credit: Facebook/LinkedIn
Fareed Arasteh and Mansour Pourjam were amid the victims of the crash, Carleton University announced.
“Campus flags accept been bargain to half-mast to honour Fareed and Mansour, and all of the victims,” said university admiral Benoit-Antoine Bacon in a statement.
According to the Ottawa Citizen, Arasteh had affiliated his longtime adherent on Sunday in Tehran, and was abiding to Canada to activate his additional appellation as a PhD apprentice as allotment of Carleton’s analysis department. His wife, Maral Gorginpour, was in the action of applying for a acceptance to accompany him in Ottawa.
“He was actual acquisitive and capital to accomplish an appulse in the field,” said assistant Ashkan Golshani, the arch of Carleton’s analysis lab, who additionally acted as Arasteh’s PhD advisor.
Pourjam, the Ottawa Aborigine reports, came to Canada in the ‘90s afterwards growing up in Tehran. He accelerating from Carleton University in 2001, and spent the aftermost 12 years alive at the Ottawa Denture and Implant Centre as a dental technician.
The 53-year-old fabricated the contempo cruise to Iran to appointment his continued ancestors over the holidays.
“He had an communicable personality: He had a beam that could ablaze up a room,” said Shelley Perras, who was Pourjam’s colleague, to the Ottawa Citizen. “He was consistently such a absolute person.”
Forough Khadem.Credit: Mitacs Canada
Forough Khadem’s afterlife and character was accepted by Mitacs Inc., a Canadian non-profit that fosters research-based innovation. Khadem formed for Mitacs as a business development specialist, according to her LinkedIn profile.
Khadem, 38, had accustomed her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Tehran afore earning a PhD in immunology from the University of Manitoba in 2016.
“Forough was one of my best PhD trainees, an outstanding scientist and aloft all, an amazing animal being,” said Jude Uzonna, the accessory administrator (research) at the University of Manitoba’s faculty of bloom sciences, to CBC. “I am absolutely devastated and aggravating to attack with this.”
(Left to right) Arshia Arbabbahrami and Kasra Saati. Credit: CBC
Arshia Arbabbahrami and Kasra Saati were from Calgary, accepted the city’s ambassador Naheed Nenshi.
Arbabbahrami was an all-embracing apprentice in Grade 12, who abounding Calgary’s Western Canada Aerial School. He was abiding to Canada afterwards spending the holidays in Iran in adjustment to appointment his family.
“Arshia was awful complex in able-bodied activities, such as the clue and acreage and bathe and dive team,” said Western Canada Aerial School’s arch Carma Cornea in a statement. “He dreamt of actuality a doctor, and was a baton in our association who abounding acceptance looked up to.”
Saati was an aircraft mechanic, who formed for Viking Air, up until December 2019. The aircraft architect said in a annual that he was a admired member of their team, as they helped analyze Saati afterward the annual of the crash.
“He was aloof [an] accustomed guy, you know, aggravating to accomplish a bigger approaching for himself and his ancestors and of advance [his] kids,” said ancestors acquaintance Nina Saeidpour to CBC.
(Left to right) Saeed Kashani, Mehraban Badiei and Alma Oladi. Credit: Facebook
The University of Ottawa has accepted that three of its acceptance were amid the victims.
Saeed Kashani was alive against his PhD as allotment of the University of Ottawa’s allure and biomolecular department, afterwards earning a master’s amount in Iran. According to The Globe and Mail, who batten to Kashani’s acquaintance Sareh Soleimani, he was visiting Iran to see his parents and ancestors for the aboriginal time in years. The 30-year-old had affairs to eventually become a Canadian citizen.
Mehraban Badiei was a first-year bloom sciences apprentice at the University of Ottawa. In an account with the uOttawa Gazette afore her passing, she said her goals for 2020 were “Meeting new bodies and authoritative new friends.” Originally from Tehran, she was accepted for allowance added Iranian acceptance cross the alteration from aerial academy to university, according to the Ottawa Citizen.
Alma Oladi, who was from Tehran, was belief against her PhD as allotment of the mathematics and statistics administration at the University of Ottawa. On Wednesday, acceptance and adroitness associates remembered her by axis her board into a makeshift memorial, including white flowers and cards, forth with a account of her smile, according to The Globe and Mail.
“She consistently had this smile on her face,” said Oladi’s acquaintance Mohsen Zandimoghadam to the Globe. “She was a nice and affectionate girl, she consistently capital to analyze places and ascertain new things in activity and new places. She had so abounding affairs for her activity in Canada.”
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