Nominees sought for Order of B.C.

Since its inception, the Order of British Columbia has recognized 370 British Columbians

It’s time for someone exceptional in your community to be considered for the province’s highest honour – the Order of B.C. which recognizes outstanding achievement and distinction in a variety of fields.

Since its inception in 1989, the Order of British Columbia has recognized 370 British Columbians from various sectors and regions of the province.

Any B.C. citizen can submit a nomination.

Nomination forms and submission instructions are available by email: orderofbc@gov.bc.ca, telephone 250 387-1616 or online at orderofbc.gov.bc.ca. All nominations must be submitted to the Honours and Awards Secretariat office in Victoria by March 6.

 

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