Canadian Sesquicentennial Award

Canadian Sesquicentennial Award

In celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday, John Oliver, Member of Parliament for Oakville, will recognize exceptional members of our community with a special Canadian Sesquicentennial Award. The awards will be presented at a special ceremony on Canada Day.

Do you know someone who through their actions promotes inclusivity and celebrates diversity, works to improve the environment, or who champions justice, equality, and democratic stewardship?  Do you know an Oakville constituent who has personally made contributions that have, or are currently making Oakville  and in extension Canada, a happier, healthier and stronger place to live?  If you do, then nominate this resident of the constituency of Oakville, of any age, by completing the form  below. Canadian citizenship is not a requirement for this award.

NOMINATION DEADLINE: Wednesday, June 14th, 2017.

  • Criteria

    To be eligible the individual must be a current resident of the constituency of Oakville.

    This award is meant to recognize and acknowledge the wide range and diversity of Oakville residents that positively impact and influence our community.

    Special consideration will be given to individuals who represent and express actions of inclusivity and diversity, support the environment, or display key values such as justice, equality, and democratic stewardship.


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