Members of arts community honoured

The Queen's Diamond Jubilee began in February 2012 in celebration of her 60-year reign. The Royal Canadian Mint created 60,000 medals that have been awarded to outstanding Canadians of all ages and from all walks of life across the country. This included a number of prominent members of the Saskatchewan arts community.

"The Queen has chosen the theme of service for this milestone year and so it is most appropriate that Canada created a Diamond Jubilee Medal which celebrates both Her Majesty's lifetime of service and the outstanding contributions of deserving citizens," Saskatchewan Lieutenant Governor Vaughn Solomon Schofield said. "On behalf of our sovereign, I thank each medal recipient for their commitment to the greater good."

The Queen's Diamond Jubilee officially concluded on February 6, 2013.

For more information on the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Medal or on Jubilee festivities, the province's history with the monarchy, and the role of the Crown in Saskatchewan, visit www.jubileesk.ca.

 

Photo (right): Shann Gowan of Swift Current receives a Queen's Diamond Jubilee Medal from Prince Charles during his tour of Saskatchewan in 2012.

 

Photo (front page): Dr. Jacqui Shumiatcher of Regina receives a Queen's Diamond Jubilee Medal from Her Honour the Honourable Vaughn Solomon Shofield at the final medal presentation in February 2013.

 

 

 

Saskatchewan recipients of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Medal who have made an impact on arts and culture in the province and country:

  • John Arcand
  • Jo-anne Bannatyne-Cugnet
  • Byrna Barclay
  • Carol Gay Bell
  • Sandra Birdsell
  • Brent Butt
  • Maria Campbell
  • Victor Cicansky
  • Ken Cugnet
  • J.P. Ellson
  • Joe Fafard
  • Jean Freeman
  • Marguerite Gallaway
  • Lyn Goldman
  • Shann Gowan
  • Michelle Hunter
  • Dr. David Kaplan
  • Doris Knight
  • Dorothy Knowles
  • Howard Leyton-Brown
  • Peggy McKercher
  • Kenneth Mitchell
  • William Perehudoff
  • Wilf Perreault
  • Allen Sapp
  • Victor Sawa
  • Jack Semple
  • Jacqui Shumiatcher
  • Ruth Smillie
  • Glen Sorestad
  • Jack Sures
  • David Thauberger
  • Guy Vanderhaeghe

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