Guy Lauzon (left) presented residents of Cornwall and SD&G with medallions in recognition of their services to the community. Pictured is Darryl Adams receiving his Canada 150 Medallion in Lamoureux Park on July 1 (Alycia Douglass/ TC Media).
CORNWALL, Ontario - After going through hundreds of nominations from across Stormont, Dundas and South Glengarry, the successful nominees for the SDSG Canada 150 Service Awards have been selected and notified.
In celebration of Canada’s 150th Anniversary, the office of MP Lauzon created and launched calls for the SDSG Canada 150 Service Medal - a commemoration medal in recognition of residents in Stormont-Dundas-South Glengarry who have made outstanding contributions to their community.
Nominations for this award were open to deserving individuals including educators, artists, athletes, scientists, coaches, entrepreneurs, emergency responders, community volunteers, activity organizers, and other every day heroes striving to make their community better.
Recipients will be awarded their medals at Canada 150 festivities across the riding (based on the location of the communities closest to the winners) the first two which were held over the weekend in Cornwall and Morrisburg.
The full winners list is as follows:
Dr. Jeannine Roy-Poirier
Dr. Rachel Navaneelan
Dr. Nat Shah
Donovan St. Denis
Dr. Beth Pollock
Dr. Graham Neal Houze