Today, Ontario recognized 20 outstanding seniors for their significant contributions to their communities and to the province with the Ontario Senior Achievement Awards. The Ontario Senior Achievement Awards are the province's highest form of recognition for individuals over the age of 65.
This year's recipients include:
The awards were presented at a Queen's Park ceremony today by the Honourable Elizabeth Dowdeswell, Lieutenant Governor of Ontario and the Honourable Dipika Damerla, Minister Responsible for Seniors Affairs.
“It is my privilege to honour this year’s 20 recipients of the Ontario Senior Achievement Award. Their diverse accomplishments are richly deserving of recognition, and their dedication to helping others serves as a wonderful reminder that, no matter one’s age, we are all able to bring about positive change in our own communities. On behalf of all Ontarians, I offer my warm congratulations to these role models.”
The Honourable Elizabeth Dowdeswell
“Congratulations to this year’s Ontario Senior Achievement Award recipients. It is an honour to recognize these 20 amazing individuals who have given back to their communities with their time, talents, wisdom and compassion. They are excellent examples of modern, active seniors who are engaged in making our province a better place. I am certain that Ontarians of all ages will be inspired by their actions.”
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