Two Saskatchewan residents named to the Order of Canada
Some high accolades have been bestowed on a couple of prominent names in the province.
Saskatchewan residents Henry Kloppenburg and Gordon Rawlinson are among the 70 Canadians appointed to the order of Canada. Governor General
David Johnson announced the names Friday as part of Canada Day weekend celebrations.
The recognition, one of our country's highest civilian honours, is given for a lifetime of outstanding achievement, dedication to community and service to the nation.
Kloppenburg, from Saskatoon, has been recognized for voluntary service. Rawlinson, from Prince Albert, has been recognized for communications.
Recipients will receive their insigna in a ceremony at a later date.
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