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Ambassador Plaque Program

Each year, a number of local residents who are members of various organizations undertake presentations or bids to have their annual conferences held in Winnipeg. Upon awarding of the bid to these local host committees, a number of volunteers commit their services as they plan and organize these major events often two to three years prior to the conference actually hitting our town.

These host committees are proud of their community and work hard to ensure all conference delegates experience the local hospitality that our city can offer.

In September 1994, the RBC Convention Centre Winnipeg introduced its annual Ambassador Plaque Program to recognize the importance of these local community committees who bring positive recognition, understanding and commerce to our city and province.

Plaques are permanently mounted for public viewing on the Centre’s “Ambassador Plaque Wall of Fame” on the first floor of the North Building near the front entrance off York Avenue.

 Ambassador Plaque Chronology

Date Recipient
June 2018 Skills Compétences Canada and Skills Canada Manitoba
April 2018 Downtown Biz, Exchange Biz, West End Biz
December 2016 Association of Manitoba Municipalities
September 2015 Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters
November 2014 International Academy of Cardiovascular Sciences
November 2012 ANIM / World Trade Centre Winnipeg
May 2012 Special Olympics Manitoba
January 2011 Ross H. McIntyre, Manitoba Dental Association
November 2010 Investors Group Inc
May 2010 Vision Quest Board of Directors
March 2010 Tom Williams, Piston Ring’s World of Wheels
June 2009 Hank Hartloper
April 2008 TruServ Canada
March 2008 Rotary Career Symposium
January 2006 Canadian Union of Public Employees
November 2004 The Manitoba Highland Dancers’ Association
November 2004 The St. Boniface Hospital & Research Foundation
May 2004 The Manitoba Home Builders Association
July 2003 Tenth Assembly of the Lutheran World Federation
January 2003 The Hindu Society Of Manitoba
June 2002 Sphinx Temple #116
September 2001 Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences
September 2001 Canadian Centre on Disability Studies
October 2000 Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry of Canada
October 1999 Pan American Games Society (Wpg. 1999) Inc.
April 1999 Championship Auto Shows Inc.
December 1998 Grey Cup Festivities ’98 Inc.
September 1998 Local Committee
March 1998 First Nations
September 1997 MB Chapter Committee of CAFP
September 1997 Manitoba Chess Association
February 1996 Volunteer Committee
September 1995 Evangelical Lutheran Church
September 1995 Committee Members
September 1994 Dr. NS Dhalla & Dr. RE Beamish
September 1994 Brian Herosian Enterprises