Nominate your champion for a Queen’s medal

Jubilee year offers a chance to recognize people who go above and beyond

The City of Parksville is looking for residents who have made a significant contribution to the community.

They are asking people to join the city in celebrating the Queen’s sixty years of service with a call for nominations of exceptional candidates for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal.

The Governor General of Canada announced the program as a way to recognize Canadians of all ages for their contributions to community and country.

To ensure people from all areas of the country are recognized, the government is inviting all of Canada’s 3,734 local governments to nominate a medal recipient and alternate candidate

Council is looking for people to nominate exceptional citizens, from which they will select a winner.


Nominations should be submitted on the city’s website ( or at the city hall administration department by July 13.                                                              — News staff



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