Maple Leaves

Context

A Maple Leaf is worn on the undress ribbons to denote the level of membership in the Order of Canada, the second award of a decorations, the award or a theatre bar or to denote a second or subsequent bar to a general service award.

Eligibility & Criteria

A Silver Maple Leaf is worn on undress ribbons to denote:

  • The level of Member of the Order of Canada;
  • A second award of the Medal of Bravery;
  • Service in theatre of operations during the Gulf and Kuwait War or during the operation against terrorism in South-West Asia; and
  • A second bar to the Special Service Medal.

A Gold Maple Leaf is Worn on undress ribbons to denote:

  • The level of Officer of the Order of Canada;
  • A second award of the Star of Military Valour;
  • A second award of the Medal of Military Valour;
  • A second award of the Star of Courage; and
  • A third bar to the Special Service Medal.

A Red Maple Leaf is Worn on undress ribbons to denote:

  • The level of Companion of the Order of Canada; and
  • A fourth or subsequent bar to the Special Service Medal.

Description

The Maple Leafs are available in silver, gold or enamelled red with gold edges.

 

Bar(s)

Not Applicable

Wearing

The Maple Leaf shall be worn centered on the undress ribbon.

Postnominals

Not Applicable

Historical Notes

 

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