Nomination Form

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Mr. Ronald Duhamel played a leading role in representing Francophone minority community interests to his colleagues, for the purpose of raising their awareness and ensuring that the necessary influence was exerted to bring about significant change and normalize the communities’ relationship with the various levels of government.

Officially launched in March 2005, the Prix Ronald-Duhamel – Ronald Duhamel Award was created to recognize an employee or a group of employees of a governmental or quasi-govermental body at the federal, provincial or municipal level for distinguished service to Manitoba’s Francophone community.

Award Criteria

The individuals or teams nominated will, in the context of their work, have demonstrated excellence and innovation in

  • planning and providing French-language services tailored to fit the needs of the Francophone community of Manitoba;
  • supporting the development of the Francophone community of Manitoba;
  • creating conditions conducive to greater use of French in the workplace.

Who may be nominated?
Any individual or team of individuals that works or has worked in Manitoba for a governmental or quasi-govermental body which is subject to Canada’s Official Languages Act or the Government of Manitoba’s French Language Services Policy or forms part of a member municipality of the Manitoba Association of Bilingual Municipalities (AMBM). A group of individuals need not work or have worked for the same body in order to be nominated as a team.

Recently-retired employees are eligible to be nominated for accomplishments dating back no more than two years from the nomination deadline.

Who may submit a nomination?
Any member of Manitoba’s Francophone community or any individual eligible to be nominated under the criteria set out above.

Selection Committee
The selection committee will be anonymous and comprise four members each representing one of the following entities: the federal government, the provincial government, the Manitoba Association of Bilingual Municipalities (AMBM) and the Société franco-manitobaine.

Award Ceremony
The Prix Ronald-Duhamel – Ronald Duhamel Award is a biennial award presented by the Société franco-manitobaine, the Federal Government, the Manitoba Francophone Affairs Secretariat, and the Manitoba Association of Bilingual Municipalities (AMBM). The next award will be presented in March 2017, as part of the Rendez-vous de la Francophonie.

Nomination Forms

  • Completed nomination forms are to be submitted to the Société franco-manitobaine.
  • The information provided in the nomination form must clearly describe the actions, and the decisions or situations demonstrating that the candidate meets the above-mentioned award criteria. Concrete examples must be provided.
  • The nomination forms must be accompanied by two or more letters of support from members of Manitoba's Francophone community or current or previous co-workers of the nominee.

Please forward the duly completed form by January 31, 2017 to

Prix Ronald-Duhamel – Ronald Duhamel Award
Société franco-manitobaine
106-147 Provencher Boulevard
St. Boniface, Manitoba R2H 0G2

For more information contact:

Michel Loiselle
Representative of Manitoba's Federal
Network of Official Languages
Government of Canada
Telephone: 204-294-9264

Hélène Fisette
Assistant Director
Francophone Affairs Secretariat
Government of Manitoba
Tel.: 204-945-4915

Joanne Dupuis
Special Project Coordinator
Société franco-manitobaine
Tel. : 204-233-4915
sfm@sfm.mb.ca



Prix Ronald-Duhamel – Ronald Duhamel Award Nomination Form

Name of an employee or a group of employees of a governmental or quasi-govermental body, at the federal, provincial or municipal level, that has provided distinguished service to Manitoba’s Francophone community

Address

Postal code

Telephone (work)

Email

 

 

 

Name of the person or group
submitting the nomination

Address

Postal code

Telephone (work)

Telephone (home)

E-mail

Contribution
Attach additional sheets if necessary

Name or description of project:

Date carried out:

Number of people involved in
carrying out the project:

Why should this contribution be recognized?


Project Impact

In what way is the nominee’s contribution of lasting importance for Manitoba’s Francophone community?

In what way did the person or team show innovation and creativity?

Additional Information
Please provide the names of two people able to provide additional information about the nominee’s contribution:

Name

Address

Telephone

 

 

Name

Address

Telephone