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News   June 29, 2012   by CARS Magazine

AIA Canada Announces Diamond Jubilee Medal Recipients

The Automotive Industries Association (AIA) of Canada is honoured to be one of only 27 professional and economic groups in Canada invited by the Governor General to nominate individuals for Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medals. AIA Canada...


The Automotive Industries Association (AIA) of Canada is honoured to be one of only 27 professional and economic groups in Canada invited by the Governor General to nominate individuals for Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medals. AIA Canada received 38 Medals that will be distributed to exceptional Canadians from the automotive aftermarket industry. Approximately 60,000 Canadians in total are to receive the medal over the course of the year.

“This is an incredible honour bestowed upon AIA Canada to enable us to recognize the significant contributions of professionals in our industry that make their communities and Canada a better place to live,” states AIA Canada president, Marc Brazeau. The medals will be presented to automotive aftermarket industry professionals who have distinguished themselves as highly respected community leaders.

As we enter the long weekend to celebrate Canada Day, AIA is proud to announce the first group of recipients who will receive the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal. They are:

  • Dan Bell
  • Marie-Noëlle Bonilcazi
  • Jean Bouchard
  • Ed Coates
  • John Cochrane
  • Ken Coulter
  • Dennis DesRosiers
  • Dale Devlin
  • Yvan Domingue
  • Jean Douville
  • Jean Duchesneau
  • Bruce Eccles
  • John Jackson
  • Jean-Marc Laroche
  • Darryl Moroz
  • Brad Morris
  • Matt O’Brien
  • Jacques Parent
  • Rémy Rousseau
  • Bob Sinclair
  • Malcolm Sissmore
  • Michel Tremblay
  • Gaston Trudel
  • John Vanstone
  • John Watt
  • Zara Wishloff
  • Casey Wnuk

AIA chairman of the board John MacDonald added that, “On behalf of the industry, it will be my profound pleasure to present these great industry leaders with the recognition they deserve for their tireless efforts to better the lives of those around them. I take great honour in being the first to congratulate all of the recipients.” Recipients will be awarded their medals at various AIA events throughout the Fall of this year.

For more information on the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal, please visit the Governor General of Canada’s website.

To nominate additional deserving recipients from the industry, please forward your submissions to Didina Kyenge at Didina.Kyenge@aiacanada.com.


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