28 March 2010

The "Project Hero" Controversy in the Mainstream Media

This is a select list of news articles published on the controversy surrounding Canadian universities implementing the "Project Hero" Scholarship Program, for the children of those who died while on active duty in international operations, which at present means Afghanistan mostly. AJP has taken a stance on this issue, in support of the courageous 16 professors of the University of Regina (more to follow).

  1. U of R professors against Project Hero scholarship for dependents of fallen soldiers

  2. MP seeks apology over criticism of scholarships

  3. CTV Calgary- Project Hero scholarships stir up controversy - CTV News

  4. Criticism of scholarships for children of fallen soldiers draws sharp rebuke - The Globe and Mail

  5. Should soldiers’ children get special scholarships? : Macleans OnCampus

  6. Should soldiers’ children get special scholarships? : Macleans OnCampus (part 2)

  7. CBC News - Saskatchewan - Sask. premier disappointed by Project Hero critics

  8. CBC News - Saskatchewan - Regina profs pan free tuition for soldiers' kids

  9. Sixteen Saskatchewan professors slam scholarship for fallen soldiers' children

  10. Mount Royal offers military scholarships

  11. Giving returning veterans the support they deserve

  12. U of R Prof Continues to Protest Scholarship | News Talk 650 CKOM

  13. The Canadian Press: Controversy over scholarship for kids of Cda soldiers killed on duty

  14. Letter from University of Regina professors opposed to Project Hero scholarships

  15. Project Hero | News & Events | University of Calgary

  16. PROJECT HERO - Programs and Services - Canadian Forces (CF) College Opportunities Programme

  17. Hillier defends scholarship for kids of fallen soldiers | Sympatico.ca News

  18. Concordia University is the first Quebec University to support Project Hero - Media Relations - Concordia University - Montreal, Quebec, Canada

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