The Order of Canada
is one of the country's highest civilian honors and recognizes individuals for their service, innovation, and compassion, according to a statement issued by the Governor General's office.
The Order of Canada
is Canada's highest civilian honour.
It includes brief profiles of many of the 835 members of the Order of Canada
. He has been raising funds for publishing it this September, and is still welcoming donations.
The Canadian chemistry sector as a whole has Order of Canada
bragging rights, with Mark Lautens, FCIC, of the University of Toronto being named an Officer of the Order of Canada
in recognition of his contributions to organic chemistry.
The first to depart was Ontario Senator Segal, an Order of Canada
Recipient and former Chief of Staff to Brian Mulroney.
The governor general of Canada Friday bestowed the Order of Canada
on 49 Canadians, including Tehranborn Djavad Mowafaghian, who has become one of British Columbia's premier philanthropists.
Irene Fraser, of Millet, is one of two Edmonton-area people to join the Order of Canada
. Fraser was named as a member for "her work as a social justice advocate who champions the fair treatment of First Nations and Metis people in the justice system." Fraser, who was born in Alberta, spent much of her life working in Saskatchewan where she focused on highlighting Aboriginal issues.
There is nothing like a jolly good disaster to get people to start doing something" The Prince of Wales on the floods "I learnt long ago that that honours do not make a man, any more than the withdrawal of honours unmakes one" Ex-Daily Telegraph proprietor Lord (Conrad) Black, below, who was stripped of his Order of Canada
"Mr Gladstone was in his 80s when he was Prime Minister.
"I learnt long ago that honours do not make a man, any more than the withdrawal of honours unmakes one" Ex-Daily Telegraph proprietor Lord (Conrad) Black who was stripped of his Order of Canada
John's Order of Canada
in 1991, the same year he returned to Cumberland and became involved in local politics.
During his private trip to Toronto the 91-year-old Prince was given insignias of the Companion of the Order of Canada
and the Commander of the Order of Military Merit.
He is a scientist, broadcaster, author, and co-founder of the David Suzuki Foundation, a Companion to the Order of Canada
and a recipient of UNESCO's Kalinga Prize for science, the United Nations Environment Program medal, the 2009 Right Livelihood Award, and Global 500.