Dialogue Award2019-08-22T10:46:21+00:00

LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR’S DIALOGUE AWARD

Established in 2003, the Lieutenant-Governor’s Dialogue Award is awarded to those role models who champion the principles of harmony and respect in our diverse communities.

The only honour of its kind in Canada, the Lieutenant-Governor’s Dialogue Award is sponsored by Dialogue New Brunswick, a non profit organization whose mission is to work towards strengthening the province’s social cohesion by fostering harmonious relationships between all cultural groups in the province.

Eligibility

An individual and/or group who fosters understanding, mutual respect and appreciation between New Brunswickers are eligible. The Award may be conferred posthumously.
Institutions who are subject to the Official Languages Act are not eligible.

Recipients

The Lieutenant-Governor’s Dialogue Award is a nickel-plated sculpture entitled “Resolutions” which is on permanent display at Old Government House. The recipients receive a certificate signed by the Lieutenant-Governor of New Brunswick and by Dialogue New Brunswick’s Co-Chairs. The name of each recipient is added to a permanent plaque, which is also on display at Old Government House.

This Award is funded through the Canada/New Brunswick Agreement on the Provision of French-language Services.

Selection process

Dialogue New Brunswick will appoint a jury to review nominations and select recipients.

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Dialogue New Brunswick recognizing community leaders with
2019 Lieutenant-Governor’s Dialogue Award

Photo left to right front row: Ann O’Neill MacDonnell, Patrick Francis, Conseil provincial des sociétés culturelles with the Executive Director Marie-Thérèse Landry, Fils Du Roy Distillery with its Co-owner Sébastien Roy.
Back row: Goals, Growth and Grit of MVHS, Minister Dominic Cardy in the center.

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