Queen’s Park Press Gallery’ Intern sudden departure
By Marek J.D. Goldyn – Euro Canada News/ The Canadian National News
TORONTO – This unreal to learn the Stewart of Queen’s Park Press Gallery at The Legislative Assembly of Ontario is going to the funeral of its intern journalist.
This writer had a chance to talk over the phone with Summer Intern from Journalism School at Ryerson University – a very pleasant voice of 21 years old student -Yusra Javed
Words of sympathy to Parents, Friends and Gerald Christopher – Stewart of Queen’s Park Press Gallery from the Publisher and the Editorial Board of Euro Canada News/ and The Canadian National News
Members of Queen’s Park Press Gallery in mourning
Yusra Javed, the Queen’s Park Press Gallery intern for summer 2019, died suddenly early Saturday morning September 14th, 2019. She was 21.
Javed was a promising reporter entering her fourth year at Ryerson University for journalism. In her time at Queen’s Park she distinguished herself as eager, kind and smart, and improved the mood of any room she entered. With a fondness for political journalism, Javed worked hard at Queen’s Park to learn and take advantage of opportunities. She asked the premier pointed questions about youth issues. She exclusively reported for iPolitics the government’s failure to follow through on a promise to hold an anti-racism conference.
Yusra Javed was the Queen’s Park Press Gallery intern this summer at The Legislative Assembly in The Province of Ontario and impressed us so much as a sharp, hard-working and clearly talented young person with huge potential. I’ve shed so many tears since learning this shocking news yesterday. I can’t imagine her parents’ grief.
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