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The Vanier Medal.

The Institute of Public Administration of Canada awards annually a gold medal as a mark of distinction and exceptional achievement to a person who, in the opinion of a panel of independent judges, has shown distinctive leadership in public administration in Canada, or who, by his or her writings or other endeavours, has made a significant contribution in the field of public administration in Canada. The late Georges P. Vanier, when Governor General, graciously consented to have the medal known as The Vanier Medal of the Institute of Public Administration of Canada. Nominations for the 2005 award should be submitted to the Executive Director not later than 31 March 2005.

Conditions of the award

1. The medal shall be known as The Vanier Medal of the Institute of Public Administration of Canada.

2. The medal shall be presented as a mark of distinction and exceptional achievement to a person who has shown distinctive leadership in public administration in Canada, or who, by his or her writings or other endeavours, has made a significant contribution in the field of public administration in Canada.

3. Announcement of the award, and the regulations governing the submission of nominations, shall be published each year in the winter issue of CANADIAN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION, the journal of the Institute of Public Administration of Canada.

4. A Past President of IPAC is not eligible for the Vanier Medal until five years after the term of his/her presidency. Current members of the Board of Directors are not eligible.

5. All nominations for an award shall be made over the signature of not less than three persons, and in order to qualify for consideration, must be received by the Executive Director at the National Office of the Institute, 1075 Bay Street, Suite 401, Toronto, Ontario M5S 2B1, not later than the 31st day of March in each year.

6. The Executive Director shall refer all such nominations received by him to a special committee of five independent judges appointed annually by the Board of Directors of the Institute of Public Administration of Canada.

7. Each nomination shall be accompanied by a concise description of the work and achievements of the nominee which, in the opinion of the nominators, qualify the nominee for the award, together with such supporting evidence as they may wish the judges to consider.

8. No award shall be made in any year if, in the opinion of the judges, no nomination worthy of an award is received.

9. A nomination may be re-submitted in a subsequent year.

10. The committee of judges shall decide on or before the 30th day of June in each year the person, if any, who is to receive the award for that year.
The Institute of Public Administration of Canada/L'Institut
d'administration publique du Canada

Recipients of Vanier Medal/Recipiendaires de la medaille Vanier

1962 DR. H.L. KEENLEYSIDE
 Chairman, British Columbia Power Commission/President de la
 Commission de l'Energie de la Colombie-Britannique

1963 MR. A.D.P. HEENEY
 Chairman, Canadian Section of the International Joint
 Commission/President de la section canadienne de la Commission
 internationale mixte

1964 MR. P.T. CLARK
 Comptroller of Revenue, Province of Ontario/Verificateur des
 comptes, Ontario

1965 MR. R.B. BRYCE
 Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa/Sous-ministre des Finances,
 Ottawa

1966 DR. GILBERT C. MONTURE
 Civil Service, Government of Canada/Fonction publique,
 gouvernement du Canada

1967 DR. DONALD STEPHENS
 Chairman, Manitoba Hydro/President de la Manitoba Hydro

1968 DR. JOHN J. DEUTSCH
 Principal, Queen's University/Directeur de l'Universite Queen's

1969 M. MARCEL CADIEUX
 Sous-secretaire au ministere des Affaires exterieures/
 Under-secretary of State for External Affairs

1970 DR. ROBERT GORDON ROBERTSON
 Clerk of the Privy Council, Secretary to the Cabinet/Greffier
 du Conseil prive, Secretaire du Cabinet

1971 DR. T.H. MCLEOD
 Special Adviser, Canadian International Development Agency/
 Conseiller special, Agence canadienne de developpement
 international

1972 DR. GEORGE F. DAVIDSON
 Under-secretary General for Administration and Management of
 the United Nations, New York/Sous-secretaire responsable de
 l'administration des Nations-Unies, New York

1973 M. JULIEN CHOUINARD
 Secretaire general et greffier du Conseil executif de la
 province du Quebec/General Secretary and Clerk of the Executive
 Council, Province of Quebec

1974 MR. Louis RASMINSKY
 Former Governor of the Bank of Canada/Ancien gouverneur de la
 Banque du Canada

1975 DR. OMOND SOLANDT
 Former Chairman of the Science Council of Canada/Ancien
 president du Conseil des Sciences du Canada

1976 DR. ALBERT W. JOHNSON
 President, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation/President de la
 Societe Radio-Canada

1977 DR. CATHERINE THERESA WALLACE
 Chairman, Maritime Provinces Higher Education Committee/
 Presidente du comite de l'Enseignement superieur des provinces
 Maritimes

1978 M. EDGAR GALLANT
 President de la Commission de la Fonction publique/Chairman,
 Public Service Commission of Canada

1979 DR. LLOYD BARBER
 President, University of Regina/President, Universite de Regina

1980 M. ROCH BOLDUC
 President de la Commission de la Fonction publique du Quebec/
 President, Public Service Commission of Quebec

1981 DR. J.E. HODGETTS
 Professor, Canadian public policy and administration,
 University of Toronto/Professeur d'administration et de
 politique publique canadienne, Universite de Toronto

1982 MR. T.K. SHOYAMA
 Professor, School of Public Administration, University of
 Victoria/Professeur, Ecole d'administration publique,
 Universite de Victoria

1983 MR. T.J. PLUNKETT
 Director, School of Public Administration, Queen's University/
 Directeur de l'Ecole d'administration publique, Universite
 Queen's

1984 MR. C.T.C. ARMSTRONG
 Administrative Officer of the Regional Municipality of
 Hamilton-Wentworth/Administrateur en chef de la municipalite de
 Hamilton-Wentworth

1985 DR. J. STEFAN DUPRE
 Professor, Department of Political Science, University of
 Toronto/Professeur, Departement de sciences politiques,
 Universite de Toronto

1986 DR. ROLAND PARENTEAU
 Professeur, Ecole des hautes etudes commerciales, Montreal, et
 Directeur fondateur de l'ENAP (Ecole nationale d'administration
 publique) Quebec/Professor, Ecole des hautes etudes
 commerciales, Montreal, and founding Director of ENAP (Ecole
 nationale d'administration publique) Quebec

1987 MR. DENIS COLE
 Chief Commissioner, City of Calgary/Commissaire principal,
 Ville de Calgary

1988 MR. ROBERT CARMAN
 Secretary of the Cabinet and Clerk of the Executive Council,
 Province of Ontario/Secretaire du Cabinet et greffier du
 Conseil executif, Province de l'Ontario

1989 MR. JOHN L. MANION
 Principal, Canadian Centre for Management Development, Ottawa/
 Directeur du Centre canadien de gestion, Ottawa

1990 MR. GORDON OSBALDESTON
 Senior fellow at the School of Business Administration, the
 University of Western Ontario and a program director at the
 National Centre for Management Research and Development/Membre
 superieur du corps enseignant de l'Ecole d'administration
 publique de l'Universite Western Ontario et directeur de
 programme au Centre national de recherche et de developpement
 en administration

1991 MR. LAWRENCE I. BELL
 President and Chief Executive Officer, Westar Group Ltd./
 President directeur general de Westar Group Ltd.

1992 M. Louis BERNARD
 Premier vice-president (Administration) a la Banque
 laurentienne du Canada/Senior Vice President (Administration)
 Laurentien Bank of Canada

1993 DR. HUGUETTE LABELLE
 Presidente, Agence canadienne de developpement international/
 President, Canadian International Development Agency

1994 MR. WILLIAM R. CALLOW
 Former City Solicitor for the Corporation of the City of
 Toronto/Ancien avocat-conseil de la Corporation de la Ville de
 Toronto

1995 DR. A. PAUL PROSS
 Director, School of Public Administration, Dalhousie
 University/Directeur, Ecole d'administration publique a
 l'Universite Dalhousie

1996 DR. KENNETH KERNAGHAN
 Professor of Politics and Management, Brock University/
 Professeur de science politique et gestion a l'Universite Brock

1997 MR. CARMEN MOIR
 Former Deputy Minister, Policy Board of the Executive Council
 (1979) and of Community Services (1986), Government of Nova
 Scotia, Special Advisor on Constitutional Matters (1991),
 Recipient of the Nova Scotia Lieutenant Governor's Award for
 Excellence/Ancien sous-ministre, Conseil des politiques du
 conseil executif (1979) et des Services communautaires (1986),
 gouvernement de la Nouvelle-Ecosse, conseiller special sur les
 affaires constitutionnelles (1991), recipiendaire du Prix
 d'excellence du Lieutenant-gouverneur de la Nouvelle-Ecosse

1998 L'HONORABLE RENE DUSSAULT
 Juge a la Cour d'appel du Quebec/Justice of the Quebec Court of
 Appeal

1999 M. DONALD J. SAVOIE
 President Clement Cormier sur le Developpement economique a
 l'Universite de Moncton/Clement Cormier Chair in Economic
 Development, University of Moncton

2000 DR. H. IAN MACDONALD, O.C.
 President, York University/President, Universite York

2001 MR. LEW VOYTILLA
 Secretary of the Financial Management Board and Comptroller
 General, Financial Management Board Secretariat, Government
 of the Northwest Territories/Secretaire du Conseil de gestion
 financiere et Verificateur general, Secretariat du Conseil de
 gestion financiere, gouvernement des Territoires du Nord-Ouest

2002 MR. PETER BARNES
 Former Secretary of Cabinet, Government of Ontario / Ancien
 secretaire du Conseil des ministres, Gouvernement de l'Ontario

2003 DR. PAUL G. THOMAS
 Duff Roblin Professor of Government in the Political Studies
 Department at the University of Manitoba / Professeur Duff
 Roblin au Departement d'Etudes politiques a l'Universite du
 Manitoba

2004 M. GUY COULOMBE
 Ancien secretaire general du Conseil executif de Quebec/Former
 Secretary General of the Executive Council of Quebec.

NOTE: Positions shown are those occupied when the Medal was awarded.
Lors de la remise de la medaille, les recipiendaires occupaient les
postes ci-dessous.


LA MEDAILLE VANIER

L'Institut d'administration publique du Canada decerne chaque annee une medaille d'or pour service exceptionnel et distingue. Choisi par un jury independant, le recipiendaire doit s'etre montre un administrateur hors pair ou avoir, par ses ecrits ou son activite, servi admirablement la cause de l'administration publique au Canada. Le feu gouverneur general Georges P. Vanier avait gracieusement consenti a ce que cette recompense soit connue sous le nom de <<Medaille Vanier de l'Institut d'administration publique du Canada>>. On est prie de faire parvenir au directeur general les noms des personnes proposees comme recipiendaires de la medaille pour 2005 avant le 31 mars 2005.

Reglement

1. La medaille porte le nom de Medaille Vanier de l'Institut d'administration publique du Canada.

2. La medaille a pour but d'honorer une personne que s'est montree un administrateur hors pair ou qui, par ses ecrits ou autres, a servi avec distinction la cause de l'administration publique au Canada.

3. L'annonce de l'attribution de la medaille et le reglement regissant la presentation des propositions sont publies chaque annee dans le numero d'hiver de la revue de l'Institut, ADMINISTRATION PUBLIQUE DU CANADA.

4. Un president sortant doit attendre cinq ans apres la fin de son mandat de president pour etre eligible a la Medaille Vanier. Les membres actuels du conseil d'administration ne sont pas eligibles.

5. Toutes les candidatures devront porter la signature d'au moins trois personnes et ne pourront etre considerees que si elles sont revues par le directeur general du bureau national de l'Institut, 1075 rue Bay, Bureau 401, Toronto, Ontario, M5S 2B1, au plus tard le 31 mars de chaque annee.

6. Le directeur general transmettra toutes les candidatures qu'il aura revues hun comite special de cinq juges independants, nommes chaque annee par le conseil d'administration de l'Institut d'administration publique du Canada.

7. A l'appui de chaque proposition, les personnes proposant une candidature devront presenter une breve description des travaux et des realisations qui, selon eux, rendent le candidat digne de la medaille; elles peuvent, en outre, soumettre aux juges tout autre temoignage considere comme pertinent.

8. Le jury n'est pas tenu de decerner la medaille s'il estime qu'aucune des personnes proposees n'en est digne.

9. Il est permis de soumettre, une annee ulterieure, le nom d'une personne qui a deja ete proposee.

10. Le jury doit designer, s'il y a lieu, le recipiendaire de la medaille au plus tard le 30 juin de chaque annee.
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