The dynamic Lise Cormier, founder of Mosaïcultures Internationales de Montréal, has received two achievement awards in recent days. Mrs. Cormier’s exceptional accomplishments as a leader in the field of mosaïculture have been recognized by both the Quebec and Canadian governments.
The floral exhibitions created by Lise Cormier and her team have attracted more than 10 millions visitors worldwide. This event has a major economic impact on host cities and actively promotes Canada to the world.
From her hometown of L’Assomption, Mrs. Cormier welcomed this acknowledgement, which she shared with much emotion with her team at Mosaïcultures Internationales de Montréal.
Knight of the National Order of Quebec
First, on June 22nd, Quebec’s Premier, Philippe Couillard, conferred upon Mrs. Cormier the order of Knight of the National Order of Quebec: “It is with great pleasure that I welcome, on behalf of the people of Quebec, exceptional men and women to the National Order of Quebec. In their respective fields, these individuals have excelled, inspired, touched, and more particularly, contributed in a significant way to the wealth and know-how of Quebec, and to the recognition of the province. And they continue doing this, thus inspiring an entire nation. They make me proud as Premier and as a Quebecer.”
Meritorious Service Decorations Presented at Rideau Hall
The next day, Canada’s Governor General, His Excellency the Right Honourable David Johnston, bestowed upon Lise Cormier the Meritorious Service Decorations: “The Meritorious Service Decorations were created to recognize remarkable people who bring great pride to Canada. Often innovative, their actions serve as an example to all, or tackle a particular problem in their community. »
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