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Honouring local residents with Platinum Jubilee pins

With Queen Elizabeth celebrating 70 years on the throne, local residents are being encouraged to submit nominations for Platinum Jubilee Commemorative Pins. 

To mark the milestone, Anthony Rota, Member of Parliament for Nipissing-Timiskaming, and Speaker of the House of Commons will be recognizing exceptional community leaders in Nipissing-Timiskaming.

“If you know someone who has made a significant contribution through their work, volunteerism, activism, or community leadership, please consider nominating them for this once in a lifetime exceptional recognition,” says Rota.

Application forms are available online or can be picked up at his  Constituency Office at 375 Main St. West in North Bay. 

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Completed applications can be emailed to matthew.sookram.470@parl.gc.ca

The deadline is June 30, 2022. 

“It is important to recognize the work of community volunteerism, activism and leadership and make sure those efforts do not go unnoticed,” says Rota. “There are people working hard to make sure we can live and work in a place that is safe and celebrates many cultures and identities.”

Nominees must be residents of the riding of Nipissing-Timiskaming, must have made meaningful and significant contributions to the community, and someone who has made a positive impact in the community by way of work or volunteering in but not limited to the arts, science, innovation, community service, healthcare, education, entrepreneurship, sports, diversity, equity and inclusion.

 

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