Peter Henderson Bryce Award
The Peter Henderson Bryce Award is named in honour of Dr. Peter Henderson Bryce, a courageous advocate for First Nations, Métis and Inuit children's health and wellbeing.
Do you know a young person or group of young people who stand up for the safety, health or wellbeing of Métis, Inuit or First Nations children? This award honours the work of children and youth who demonstrate commitment to Indigenous children's health, safety, and wellbeing. Learn more about Dr. Bryce here.
To nominate a young person or group of young people, you will need to send:
- A complete nomination form
- A cover letter explaining why the nominee deserves the award and how they meet the criteria
- Two letters or videos of support explaining why the nominee deserves the award and how they meet the criteria
- Other materials that show the work that the young person or group has done to support First Nations, Inuit, and Métis children (like pictures, written work, videos, etc.).
Nominators can submit the nomination package found below by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We are encouraging folks to submit their applications through email rather than mail, but we will still accept applications sent by mail.
Please check your application package carefully. Incomplete applications will not be considered. While we appreciate all applications, as a small organization, we can only contact the successful applicant. For more information please contact us.