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Province Invests 16 Remarkable Individuals into Saskatchewan Order of Merit

Released on November 17, 2021

Tonight, Lieutenant Governor Russ Mirasty will invest the 2020 and 2021 recipients into the province's highest honour, the Saskatchewan Order of Merit.  

"The sixteen recipients honoured this evening have significantly impacted the well-being of Saskatchewan people," Mirasty said. "I congratulate each of these impressive individuals and I thank them for their remarkable contributions to our province."

The 2020 Saskatchewan Order of Merit recipients are:

  • Dr. Gordon Asmundson, Regina
  • Rigmor Clarke, Shell Lake
  • Sally Elliott, Regina (posthumous)
  • Gerald Grandey, Saskatoon
  • Dr. Donald Greve, Rosthern
  • Dr. Lorne Hepworth, Weyburn and London, ON
  • Pamela Klein, Regina
  • Silvia Martini, Saskatoon
  • Eloise Sitter, Saskatoon
  • Dr. Walter Streelasky, Melville

The 2021 Saskatchewan Order of Merit recipients are:

  • Mavis Ashbourne-Palmer, Regina
  • Dr. Michael Bishop, Kamsack
  • Albert Brown, Saskatoon
  • Marie-Anne DayWalker-Pelletier, C.M., Balcarres
  • Hart Godden, Regina
  • Solomon Ratt, Regina

Since 1985, the Saskatchewan Order of Merit has recognized citizens who demonstrate exemplary contributions to the province in areas such as the arts, business and industry, agriculture, community leadership and volunteer service. In 1991, this award was recognized by the Government of Canada in the national sequence of orders.  

The individuals invested this year will join 242 other citizens who have previously been invested into the Saskatchewan Order of Merit. They will receive the medal of the Order at a ceremony held in their honour this evening.  

The ceremony will be broadcast live on AccessNow TV and at www.myaccess.ca/SOM beginning at 6:30 p.m. tonight. Access Communications is the exclusive broadcast sponsor of the Saskatchewan Order of Merit ceremony.

For more information about the Saskatchewan Order of Merit or to find out how to nominate someone, visit www.saskatchewan.ca/honoursawards.

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For more information, contact:

Diane Robinson
Intergovernmental Affairs
Regina
Phone: 306-787-1077
Email: Diane.Robinson2@gov.sk.ca

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