ENWIN Supports Serving Soldiers Education Opportunities


December 3, 2021

Windsor, ON: ENWIN Utilities Ltd. (ENWIN) is honoured to present three scholarships for post-secondary education to soldiers serving in the Windsor Regiment, Royal Canadian Armoured Corps (RCAC). This is an ongoing community support partnership with the Windsor Regiment Association (WRA) and ENWIN, since 2018.

During a ceremony at the Windsor Regiment Association, Colonel (ret’d) John Celestino named the recipients of three $500 scholarships to support continuing education in the regiment. Recipients are Officer-cadet Cole Gagnon-Reaume, U of W, B SC Nursing; Trooper Ethan Mosco, St Clair College, Law and Security; and Corporal Kassem Ali-Ahmad, U of W, Business Administration.

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Left to right: Captain Ken Pichie, Barbara Peirce Marshall, Officer-cadet Cole Gagnon-Reaume, Trooper Ethan Mosco, Corporal Kassem Ali-Ahmad, and Colonel John Celestino at the Major FA Tilston Armoury & Police Training Centre.

“The serving soldiers and veterans of The Windsor Regiment are once again delighted and proud to receive the ENWIN Bursary,” says Colonel Celestino. “Nothing is more vital to a free and democratic nation than a close tie between civilian leadership, industry and the military. ENWIN has consistently recognized the importance of this relationship placing substantial corporate resources directly into the hands of young Canadian soldiers undertaking post-secondary studies. To the leadership of ENWIN, our sincere thanks and a heartfelt BRAVO-ZULU!”

The WRA is an organization that supports returning and active soldiers from the Windsor Regiment. ENWIN’s donation of $1,500 promotes opportunities for serving members of the Regiment striving to complete the post-secondary education needed to support their career development.