OTTAWA — His Excellency the Right Honourable David Johnston, Governor General of Canada, announced today that POA Educational Foundation's chair Adtya Jha has been appointed a member to the Order of Canada along with 90 other Canadians. These appointments were made on the recommendation of the Advisory Council for the Order of Canada.
Mr. Aditya Jha was featured in Canada Diaspora film which was shown at the Pravasi Bharatiya Diwas 2012. This film, one of a 10-part film series on the Indian Diaspora, is the story of Canada’s Indian Diaspora that has come full tilt…from not having voting rights at the turn of the 20th century, to becoming
Letter of Commendation from Prime Minister Rt. Hon. Stephen Harper
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Even though he has seen millions come and go and gets calls from prime minister’s office and CEOs of multinationals, Aditya Jha says he is still a middle-class guy at heart. But it is a big heart going by the philanthropic work this serial entrepreneur has taken up. Born in a village in Nepal and
What do a 27-year-old Nigerian real-estate star, a middle-aged South Asian entrepreneur and a straight-talkin', newly divorced Jewish mother have in common? More than you'd think. Isaac Olowolof, Aditja Jha and Ruth Mandel are all committed philanthropists, loyal and generous to the causes they've chosen to support. They believe in contributing to their community and in the importance of leading
South Asian Heritage Month keynote speaker tells VCC audience 30 million large Indian Diaspora contr
30 million large Indian Diaspora contributes highly to the nationsof the world – Dr Jha
Three Mississaugans — two entrepreneurs and a scientist — are among the winners of the second annual Canadian Immigrant Awards.
Sometimes a little push is all you need to get going in the right direction.
That push came in the form of joining Project Beyshick in 2005 for Patrick Cheechoo, a Constance Lake band member.