Awards

Recent Awards

Margaret Mead Award in Social Justice (2016)
International Community Corrections Association
http://www.ryerson.ca/politics/news-events/news/161004-palmater-margaret_mead-award/

J. S. Woodsworth Woman of Excellence Award in Human Rights and Equity (2016)
http://www.ryerson.ca/politics/news-events/news/160529-palmater-woodsworth-award/

21 Inspirational First Nation, Metis, Inuit Women Leaders (2016)
Elementary Teachers Federation of Ontario
http://www.ryerson.ca/content/dam/politics/docs/news/160515-ETFO-FNMIWomen2016-opt.pdf/subassets/page1.pdf

Ryerson’s Aboriginal Role Model (2016)
Ryerson University
http://www.ryerson.ca/politics/news-events/news/160217-palmater-role-model/

UNB Alumni Award of Distinction (2015)
University of New Brunswick
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-cRcTD-pTEs

Building a Better World Designation: Nation-Builder (2014)
Dalhousie University
https://alumni.dal.ca/building-a-better-world/pamela-palmater-llm99-jsd99-the-nation-builder/

Canada’s Top Visionary Women Leaders: Top 23 (2014)
A Bold Vision
http://aboldvision.ca/visionary-dr-pam-palmater/

Seated around the Confederation Table at Province House in PEI in a recreation of the famous Robert Harris painting of the Fathers of Confederation are 2014 Bold Visionaries. Clockwise from top right: Kluane Adamek, Crystal Fraser, Nazanin Afshin-Jam MacKay, Lana Payne, Kim Campbell, Shelagh Day, Becka Viau, Bonnie Brayton, Carolyn Bennett, Jessie Housty (standing), El Jones (standing), Maria Mourani, Eva Aariak, R Irene d’Entremont, Hazel McCallion, Pamela Palmater, Catherine Potvin, Natalie Panek, Eman Bare, Mina Mawani (standing) and Margaret-Ann Armour (standing). Missing from photo, Libby Burnham.

Seated around the Confederation Table at Province House in PEI in a recreation of the famous Robert Harris painting of the Fathers of Confederation are 2014 Bold Visionaries. Clockwise from top right: Kluane Adamek, Crystal Fraser, Nazanin Afshin-Jam MacKay, Lana Payne, Kim Campbell, Shelagh Day, Becka Viau, Bonnie Brayton, Carolyn Bennett, Jessie Housty (standing), El Jones (standing), Maria Mourani, Eva Aariak, R Irene d’Entremont, Hazel McCallion, Pamela Palmater, Catherine Potvin, Natalie Panek, Eman Bare, Mina Mawani (standing) and Margaret-Ann Armour (standing). Missing from photo, Libby Burnham.

Top 25 Most Influential Lawyer: Top 5 in Human Rights (2013)
Canadian Lawyer Magazine
http://www.canadianlawyermag.com/4750/the-top-25-most-influential/page-4.html

Bertha Wilson Honour Society (2012) (Inaugural Inductee)
Dalhousie Law School
http://www.ryerson.ca/politics/news-events/archives/bertha-wilson-honour-society/

Women’s Courage Award in Social Justice (2012)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qd8MjyPJwV0

Woman of Distinction Award in Social Justice (2012)
YWCA
http://aptnnews.ca/2012/03/12/palmater-awarded-ywca-distinction-award/
https://www.ywcatoronto.org/upload/media%20release_WOD2012.pdf
http://rabble.ca/news/2012/03/pamela-palmater-named-ywca-woman-distinction

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