National Canada’s victims of Flight PS752 By News Desk Posted on 6 days ago 4 min read 0 0 10 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr One hundred and thirty-eight of the people killed on the Ukrainian passenger plane that crashed near Tehran were connecting to Canada. Most of the passengers were headed to Canada. They were dentists and doctors, whole families with small children, newlywed couples and students returning from holidays. Here is what we know so far about Canada’s victims of Flight PS752. We will continue to update as we learn more. Mother and Daughter Ayeshe Pourghaderi was travelling with her teenage daughter, Fatemah Pasavand, who attended Carson Graham Secondary School. The family owned Amir Bakery, a traditional Persian bakery in North Vancouver. Family of three A family of three — Ardalan Ebnoddin Hamidi, his wife, Niloofar Razzaghi, and their teenage son, Kamyar Ebnoddin Hamidi — were on their way home to Vancouver after a two-week holiday. Kei Esmaeilpour, a family friend and head of the Civic Association of Iranian Canadians, confirmed their deaths. Delaram Dadashnejad Delaram was an international student studying nutrition at Langara College. She was flying home to Vancouver after a visit with family in Tehran. Her friend, Sia Ahmadi, said she had originally planned to fly home on Dec. 17 but missed that flight after her student visa did not arrive on time, and booked Wednesday’s flight instead. Newlyweds Arash Pourzarabi and Pouneh Gorji were graduate students in the University of Alberta’s computer science program. They had travelled to Iran for their wedding. Family of four Both Mojgan Daneshmand and Pedram Mousavi were professors in the University of Alberta’s faculty of engineering, and were on the flight with numerous other Edmontonians, said Payman Parseyan, a member of the city’s Iranian community. Their two young daughters, Daria and Dorina Mousavi, also died in the crash. Roja Omidbakhsh Roja was a first-year business student at the University of Victoria on Vancouver Island Mother and two daughters Dr. Shekoufeh Choupannejad, an obstetrician-gynecologist at the Northgate Centre Medical Clinic in Edmonton, was travelling with her two daughters, Saba and Sara Saadat, both of whom were students at the University of Alberta. Saba was studying medicine, and Sara was a clinical psychology student. Arshia Arbabbahrami Arshia was a Grade 12 international student at Western Canada High School, and was returning to Canada after spending the holidays with his family in Iran.