Nominations open for order of B.C.

Deadline for nominations April 16

Nominations are open for the Order of B.C.

B.C. residents are encouraged to nominate inspiring individuals who have left a lasting legacy in their respective fields.

As the province’s highest honour, the Order of British Columbia recognizes the outstanding contributions and achievements of B.C. residents.

“I encourage you to nominate those individuals in your community whose leadership, dedication and extraordinary accomplishments strengthen the integrity of our province and contribute to a better future for all,” said Lt.-Gov. Judith Guichon.

Since the Order of British Columbia was established in 1989, the province has recognized 418 British Columbians from a variety of sectors including business, volunteer, arts and sporting communities.

More information, nomination forms and submission instructions are available online, by email or by telephone at 250-387-1616.

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