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Learn about the three categories of Canada’s National and International Honours.
The Council of the Federation Literacy Award recognizes outstanding achievements in literacy from residents of each of Canada's provinces and territories.
Principals can nominate eligible high school graduate students for the $400 General Proficiency Awards.
Learn about the difference between honours and awards and their history in Saskatchewan.
The Premier’s Award for Excellence in the Public Service is presented to those who have made outstanding on-the-job contributions.
The Premier’s Service Club Award recognizes the commitment and activities of service clubs and fraternal organizations.
Learn about the Saskatchewan Distinguished Service Award recognizes people from outside the province who have made significant contributions to the well being of Saskatchewan and its residents.
Learn about the Saskatchewan Order of Merit – the province’s highest honour.
The Saskatchewan Protective Services Medal recognizes exemplary long service for individuals working directly to protect our citizens.
Learn about the Saskatchewan Volunteer Medal that formally recognizes volunteers in the province.
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