Conroy calls for Order of B.C. nominations

By Contributor
May 10th, 2010


Call for Nominations

Submission Deadline: June 10, 2010 at 5 p.m. (PST)
The B.C.Honours and Awards Secretariat is currently accepting nominations for the province’s highest honour, the Order of British Columbia. Established in 1989, the Order of B.C. recognizes those people who have served with the greatest distinction and excelled in any field of endeavour that benefits the people of B.C. or elsewhere. It represents the highest form of recognition the province can extend to its citizens.

Successful nominees will be presented with the award by the Honourable Steven Point, Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia and Chancellor of the Order of British Columbia, at an official ceremony at Government House in Victoria in the fall of 2010.

The Order of B.C. is open to any resident of B.C. or former long-term resident, who has demonstrated outstanding achievement, excellence or distinction in any field of endeavour benefiting the people of the Province or elsewhere. Fields include community leadership, business, labour, industry, volunteer service, professions and other occupations, research, culture, arts, sports and others. Federal, provincial and municipal elected representatives are not eligible for appointment to the Order while they remain in office. A person may not be appointed to the Order posthumously unless the Advisory Council recommends the appointment to the Lieutenant Governor in Council before the person’s death.

Nomination forms
Nomination forms are available by going to www.protocol.gov.bc.ca and following the link for the Order of British Columbia. All entries should reach the Honours and Awards Secretariat office in Victoria by 5 p.m. on June 10, 2010.

We encourage you to forward this message to others who may be interested in this honour.

For more information contact us at protocol@gov.bc.ca
Honours and Awards Secretariat, P.O. Box 9422, Stn Prov Govt, Victoria, BC V8V 1S2
Phone: 250-387-1616 Fax: 250-356-2814 Web site: www.protocol.gov.bc.ca (following the link for the Order of British Columbia)


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