Regardless of age, status or field of activity, persons nominated for admission to the Ordre must meet at least one of the following criteria:
The following persons may not be admitted to the Ordre nor may they put forward or support a nomination:
A person may not put forward his or her own nomination to the Ordre. A third party – friend, parent, co-worker or admirer – who wishes to do so may nominate a person.
Each nomination must be supported by two persons.
Candidates must be nominated by a third party and supported by two other people.
The following people are not eligible:
To nominate a candidate, simply fill out the form below.
You have until October 31 of each year to submit a candidate for the award. Recipients are announced in the spring of the following year.
For more informations, please contact the Secretariat of the Ordre 514-872-4898 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Make sure to obtain the consent of the two persons supporting your nomination.
Have all the required information about the nominee and the two persons supporting the nomination, that is:
Achievements justifying the nomination: this part of the form includes four sections:
Do not indicate the desired rank for the nominee. This duty rests with the council of the Ordre.
Applications received after October 31 of the current year will be considered for the next edition of the Ordre de Montréal.
Submitting a nomination by October 31, 2023: the candidate will be considered for the 2024 Ordre de Montréal.
Submitting a nomination on or after November 1, 2023: the application will be considered for the 2025 Ordre de Montréal.
A member of the Ordre may be nominated to a higher rank. A minimum of 5 years must have elapsed since the awarding of the most recent medal. New accomplishments will be required to justify the request.
The request must be put forward during the annual nomination period. You will find an interactive version of the form on this website.
Montréal’s urban agglomeration consists of the 16 municipalities that form the Island of Montréal, that is, Ville de Montréal (19 boroughs) and the 15 municipalities reconstituted on January 1, 2006.
To consult the list of municipalities involved.
The minimum delay to re-apply is two years.