Monday, December 21, 2020

BC Achievement and Lt. Governor Janet Austin open nominations for the British Columbia Reconciliation Award

The Province of British Columbia is continuing on with their engagement on reconciliation with Indigenous peoples and towards their latest efforts they are now sharing word of the British Columbia Reconciliation Award.

The Award is designed to recognize Individuals, groups and organizations who have demonstrated exceptional leadership, integrity, respect and commitment towards the goals reconciliation with Indigenous peoples in the province, or who have inspired others to continue with reconciliation efforts.

The nomination period is now open until January 15th and you can submit your nomination here.

The award is sponsored by BC Achievement, in partnership with the Office of the Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia.

“Reconciliation must take root in our hearts, within families, between generations, and throughout our communities. I look forward to supporting this award and its deeply meaningful goal of building our relationships with each other across cultures and social barriers.” -- Honourable Janet Austin, Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia 

The BC Achievement Foundation has provided some helpful tips towards filling out the nomination form.

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More notes on Community themes can be reviewed from our Archive page.

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