Waterloo mourns loss of Ambar Roy

It is with deep sadness that the University of Waterloo community learned of the loss of one of its students, Ambar Roy, a first-year student in the Faculty of Environment.

Ambar went missing in the Spring of 2019 near Iqaluit.

The University has reached out to Ambar’s family to offer its condolences and support and stands ready to give them any assistance we can provide. A funeral service for Ambar will be held in Toronto on March 7.

Support is available on and off-campus and we encourage any students, faculty or staff who feel they need of assistance to contact services on campus or in the community.

Services include:

Counselling Services – 519-888-4567;32655

UW MATES (Mentor Assistance Through Education and Support)

Here 24/7 – 1-844-437-3247

Health Services – Student Medical Clinic – 519-888-4096

Grand River Hospital – 519-749-4300

St. Mary’s Hospital – 519-744-3311

Good2Talk – 1-866-925-5454

Crisis Services Canada – 1-833-456-4566 or by text 45645

Employee and Family Assistance Provider (Homewood Health) – 1-800-663-1142

Occupational Health – Linda Brogden at ext. 36264 or Karen Parkinson at ext. 30338

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