Presentation of Meritorious Service Decoration (Civil Division)

LILLE, France, April 9, 2017 /CNW/ - Today, His Excellency the Right Honourable David Johnston, Governor General of Canada, presented a Meritorious Service Medal (Civil Division) to Mr. Michel Le Baron during a private ceremony in Lille, France.

Michel Le Baron, M.S.M.
Normandy, France
Meritorious Service Medal (Civil Division)

Michel Le Baron was one of the key drivers behind the Comité Juno Canada Normandie, a French organization that co-ordinates ceremonies commemorating the contribution of Canadian soldiers to the war effort in France. Dedicated to strengthening the ties between France and Canada, the organization aims to raise awareness in future generations of the war efforts and sacrifices of Canadians.

About the Meritorious Service Decorations (Civil Division)
The Meritorious Service Decorations are separated into military and civil divisions, with two levels each: a cross and a medal. Created in 1991, the Civil Division recognizes individuals who have performed an exceptional deed or activity that brought honour to their community or to Canada. For more information or to nominate a deserving individual, visit merit.gg.ca.

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SOURCE Governor General of Canada

For further information: Media information: Marie-Ève Létourneau, Rideau Hall Press Office, 613-998-0287, 613-302-0912 (cell), marie-eve.letourneau@gg.ca


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