Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers
Lieutenant Governor Russ Mirasty presented the Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers to 19 individuals on behalf of Her Excellency the Governor General at a ceremony at Government House in Regina on Sunday, October 17, 2021. 4 multiculturalism leaders nominated by MCoS received this distinction Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers | The Governor General of Canada (gg.ca). The pictures of the event can be accessed by clicking here 2021 Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers — Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan (ltgov.sk.ca).
For more than two decades, Bill Kalmakoff has served as a community representative at province-wide culture meetings of the Saskatoon Doukhobor Society and the Doukhobor Cultural Society of Saskatchewan. He has promoted public awareness of and fostered a greater appreciation for the contributions of Canadian Doukhobors.
Retired physics teacher Krishan Kapila has devoted his life to community leadership with an emphasis on multiculturalism. He has committed his life to the ideal of bringing those of different faiths who reside in Saskatchewan together with the goal of creating mutual respect, awareness and appreciation for one another.
At 75 years old, Saskatchewan’s Carol LaFayette-Boyd was the first Canadian of African descent to win “Best Female Overall Athlete” in World Masters Athletics, which hosts competitions for people 35 and older.
Darlene Stakiw contributes countless hours to building a culturally vibrant and inclusive Saskatchewan. A resident of Yorkton, she volunteers for organizations such as Parkland Valley Sport, Culture and Recreation District, and the Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan, supporting community development, multiculturalism and anti-racism strategies as a board member and/or community coordinator.
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