Saskatchewan Centennial 2005 Medal, Reproduction
The Commemorative Medal for the Centennial of Saskatchewan also called the Saskatchewan Centennial Medal is a commemorative medal struck to celebrate the first 100 years since Saskatchewan's entrance into Canadian Confederation.
The medal recognizes individuals who have made significant contributions to society and honours outstanding achievements. Approximately 4,200 medals were produced.
Criteria for this medal were a broad range of contributions to the community and to the province through leadership, voluntarism, community involvement and outstanding personal achievements. Only individuals (not groups) could be nominated and posthumous nominations were not accepted.
A certain number of individuals received the medal by virtue of their office, such as provincial and federal elected members, judges, aboriginal leaders, and community and municipal leaders. Other recipients were selected based on the recommendation of governmental and non-governmental organizations and Members of the Legislative Assembly.
This full size reproduction medal comes loose and with 8 inches of quality ribbon (32mm wide).
Medal Mounting Services are available at additional cost.