Governor General's Medals

The Governor General’s Academic Medal was first awarded in 1873 by the Earl of Dufferin and is considered one of the most prestigious awards that a student in a Canadian education institute can receive. 

The Governor General of Canada continues this tradition of encouraging scholarship across the nation and recognizing outstanding students.

 

Bronze Medal

The Governor General's Bronze Medal is awarded to the student who achieves the highest overall academic standing based on their Graduation Grade Point Average (GGPA) in a diploma-level program (minimum two-year, full-time duration). This medal is awarded at Spring Convocation.

2018

  • Marissa Ashleigh Thomas, Faculty of Health and Community Studies

2017

  • Charece Pearman, Faculty of Health and Community Studies

2016

  • Michelle Lapointe, Faculty of Health and Community Studies

2015

  • Leah Feschuk, School of Business

2014

  • Lauren Melnyk, School of Business

2013

  • Trena Marie Lajeunesse, Faculty of Health and Community Studies

 

Silver Medal

The Governor General’s Silver Medal is awarded to the student who achieves the highest overall academic standing based on their Graduation Grade Point Average (GGPA) in a degree-level program. This medal is awarded at Spring Convocation.

2018

  • Cassandra Janet Daniels, School of Business

2017

  • Karlen Hutlet, Faculty of Arts and Science

2016

  • Kennedy Doyle, School of Business

2015

  • Hannah Dyckerhoff, Faculty of Arts and Science

2014

  • Celia Agius, Faculty of Arts and Science

2013

  • Lynn Barbara Squires, Faculty of Arts and Science