Canadian Sesquicentennial Award
This year, Canada celebrates the 150th anniversary of confederation. To mark this important milestone, Members of Parliament are recognizing the remarkable contribution of Canadians in their ridings with the Canadian Sesquicentennial Award. In Halifax, recipients of this award will receive one of sixteen special pins which contain a piece of the copper from the iconic roof of Canada’s Parliament fashioned into the shape of a Maple leaf.

Recipients will be selected for their contributions under one of four themes, representing the four major themes of Canada 150:
(1) Diversity and inclusion; (2) Youth; (3) Environment; (4) Reconciliation.

You can nominate a Halifax resident below. An independent panel will select the successful recipients.

Deadline to submit a nomination: December 31st, 2017.

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