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Ontario Medal for Good Citizenship

Nomination deadline is July 17

Provincial honours are a memorable and distinctive way for the government of Ontario to thank and pay special tribute to those Ontarians whose lives exemplify excellence and achievement of the highest order. The men and women we honour are truly representative of the province of Ontario’s caring and diverse society, and their lives and deeds stand as shining examples for us all.
In 1973, the government of Ontario established the Ontario Medal for Good Citizenship to recognize people who, through exceptional long-term efforts, have made outstanding contributions to the well being of their communities. Their assistance is given without expectation of remuneration or reward.
Nominees must be residents of Ontario.
No elected federal, provincial or municipal representative may be awarded the Medal while such person remains in office.
The Medal is not awarded for acts of bravery.
Self-nominations will not be accepted.
No person shall be awarded the Medal posthumously unless death occurs after his or her name has been selected by the Advisory Council.