October 25, 2021

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Canada will donate 000 200,000 to the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Prize

Canada will donate 000 200,000 to the Duke of Edinburgh's International Prize

The Canadian government will donate 200 200,000 to the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Prize (Canada).

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attended the funeral of Prince Philip, husband of Queen Elizabeth II. The Duke of Edinburgh died on April 9 at Windsor Castle at the age of 99. He celebrates his 100th birthday on June 10.

“In honor of Prince Philip and his commitment to the success of the next generation, I am announcing a donation of 000 200,000 to the Duke of Edinburgh’s Canada’s International Prize (Canada),” Mr Trudeau said in a statement. Since 1963, the award has helped more than 500,000 young Canadians acquire valuable skills and experience and become leaders today and tomorrow. It changed the future of many Canadians, but also the future of many communities from coast to coast. ”

Mr. Trudeau appealed to the youth to learn about the Duke of Edinburgh’s international prize.

“Whether you want to develop a new skill, give it back to your community or go on an adventure, this program is a personal challenge as long as the door is open to the world.

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