Mehrdad DOUSTI is an Iranian-Canadian who, in 1991, immigrated to Canada with altruistic values, and enriching his community as he decided to enroll in high school, and made his way to York University. In November 1999, he earned his Bachelor of Science from York University, and in July 2000, he earned his Unix System Administration from Seneca College.
Mehrdad DOUSTI gained employment in field of computer, and began to expand his horizon by going back to his original goal which was about helping other Canadian, particularly, new comers to Canada would integrate in mainstream society. Currently, Mehrdad DOUSTI is Chair, Persian Community Relation in Lower Mainland, VP for EDA for Conservative Party of Canada.
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With the coming of spring, millions of people
around the world will observe the Persian New
Year, Nowruz. In recognition of the occasion, I am
delighted to extend my warmest greetings to all
those in Canada who are celebrating this holiday.
Marking the March equinox and the first day of the
Persian calendar, this centuries-old tradition is
filled with the hope and promise of a new year. It is
an occasion to reflect on the accomplishments of the
past year and look forward to building on these
successes in the year ahead.
In Canada, this celebration represents an opportunity to honour ancient customs
and share these proud commemorations with fellow Canadians. Canada draws
tremendous strength from the rich history and diverse heritage that shapes our
vibrant cultural landscape. I hope that you will enjoy the festivities with all the joy
and fellowship that this occasion brings.
On behalf of the Government of Canada and my wife Laureen, I would like to extend
my best wishes for a year filled with hope, peace and prosperity.
The Rt. Hon. Stephen Harper, P.C., M.P.
Prime Minister of Canada