This year Canada is celebrating 150 years since confederation. As we honour this milestone, it is an opportunity to celebrate our values and achievements as Canadians at home and on the international stage.
For this special occasion, a limited number of commemorative pins containing the copper roof from West Block of Parliament Hill from 1918-1996 will be awarded to Canadians who are carrying out the Canada 150 themes of diversity and inclusion, reconciliation with Indigenous peoples, youth, and the environment in their communities.
Help us recognize great leaders in Ottawa Centre by submitting a nomination!
Do you know an employer in Ottawa Centre that is a leader in attracting and retaining young employees? Do they make an effort to hire youth and train them in skills that will help advance their careers? Do they value having young people involved in their organization?NOMINATE A YOUTH EMPLOYER
Do you know a young person (under the age of 25) who is making a difference in Ottawa Centre? Are they offering a helping hand to those in need? Are they advocating for a meaningful cause? Are they promoting diversity and inclusion, reconciliation with Indigenous peoples, or environmental sustainability?NOMINATE A YOUTH
Do you know a member of the community who is making Ottawa Centre a more inclusive, welcoming, and stronger home for all who work and play here? Are they working to promote diversity and inclusion, reconciliation with Indigenous peoples, environmental sustainability, or working with youth?NOMINATE A COMMUNITY BUILDER
Nominations are due October 31, 2017.
*Please note, only residents of Ottawa Centre will be considered for an award.
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