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Nominations being accepted for King Charles III’s Coronation commemorative medal

Nominations being accepted for King Charles III’s Coronation commemorative medal
ROYAL ARCHITECTURAL INSTITUTE OF CANADA — The King Charles III Coronation Medal is a Canadian commemorative medal created to mark His Majesty King Charles III’s Coronation on May 6, 2023.

OTTAWA — A Canadian commemorative medal has been created to mark on May 6, 2023 and it will recognize 30,000 outstanding individuals who have made a difference in their communities.

To ensure the broadest possible recognition, several partners, including the (RAIC), have been invited to nominate candidates from their communities or organizations, who are also members, for this national honour, indicates the RAIC website.

The medal program is administered by the Chancellery of Honours, as part of the Office of the Secretary to the Governor General.

The medal was designed by the Canadian Heraldic Authority, approved by His Majesty The King and manufactured by the Royal Canadian Mint.

The medal is worn suspended from a ribbon of dark blue, bright red and white colours evocative of the 1902 Edward VII Coronation Medal, one of the earliest coronation medals awarded to Canadians.

To be eligible for this honour, a person must have made significant contributions to the country, a province, territory, region or community, or made an outstanding achievement abroad that brings credit to Canada; and been alive on May 6, 2023, the date His Majesty was crowned. Nominations can be made posthumously, as long as the nominee was alive on that date.

The deadline to submit a nomination is 10 p.m. ET, Aug. 8.  

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