A Toronto man has been identified as one of two Canadians killed aboard the EgyptAir flight MS804 that crashed into the Mediterranean Sea last Thursday.
Medhat Tanious was a Canadian citizen travelling on an Egyptian passport on the flight from Paris to Cairo.
A funeral for Tanious took place Monday at St. Mark Coptic Orthodox Cathedral in Markham.
According to the church, Tanious had a wife and three children.
Last week, EgyptAir confirmed that Marwa Hamdy was the other Canadian killed on Flight 804.
Hamdy was born and raised in Saskatoon but moved to Cairo 10 years ago after marrying an Egyptian.
The mother of three was returning home after visiting family in Paris.
Meanwhile, Egyptian officials said Tuesday that human remains retrieved from the EgyptAir flight crash site point to an explosion on board.
In total 80 pieces of remains have been brought to a Cairo morgue as a team investigate the crash that killed all 66 passengers and crew who were on board the plane last week.