Louis St-Cyr : Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers recipient

Transcript

Louis St-Cyr shares his experiences as a volunteer and what receiving the Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers has meant to him.

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[Screen Description: Text on a grey background reads, “Canadian Honours, Louis St-Cyr, Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers.” There is a viceregal lion above the text.]

[Screen Description: Several words characterizing honours recipients move across a black screen. The screen reads, “Canadian honours presented by the Governor General”.]

[Screen Description: Louis St-Cyr is sitting and speaking to the camera. The screen reads, “Louis St-Cyr, Cantley, Quebec, Recipient of the Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers”.]

[Screen Description: Mr. Jacques de Bellefeuille is sitting and speaking to the camera. The screen reads, “Jacques de Bellefeuille, Managing Director of L’Amicale.”]

[Screen Description: Throughout the video, the screen alternates between Mr. St-Cyr, Mr. de Bellefeuille, and a series of scenes featuring Mr. St-Cyr participating in volunteer work, including building homes and working with people with disabilities at L’Amicale des personnes handicapées physiques de l’Outaouais.]

[Screen Description: Text on a grey background reads, “The Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers pays tribute each year to the dedication, passion and extraordinary commitment of volunteers who embody the caring country we aspire to build. gg.ca/honours” There is a Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers above the text.]

[Screen Description: A viceregal lion on a grey background.]