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Light Up The Hills Volunteers are excited to celebrate such a momentous occasion by adding purple and white lights to the Tree of Hope in Dominion Gardens Park in Georgetown! The lights will glow from June 2 until July 2, 2022.
On June 2, the anniversary of Her Majesty’s Coronation Day, federal buildings in Canada’s Capital Region and elsewhere across the country will be illuminated. The illuminations will be conducted alongside other Commonwealth countries and numerous cities in the United Kingdom. And in Georgetown, Ontario as well!
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Light Up The Hills is a registered not-for-profit organization run by volunteers.
This opportunity has been made possible by a grant secured from the Department of Canadian Heritage.
Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee 2022 marks the Platinum Jubilee of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the 70th anniversary of her accession to the Throne. She is Canada's longest reigning Sovereign and the first to celebrate a platinum jubilee.
About the Emblem
The Royal Cypher of Her Majesty The Queen, EIIR, appears at
the centre of the emblem. It makes a personal reference to
the Queen as a way of marking this significant anniversary
of her reign. Below the Royal Cypher is the number 70,
depicted in silver white to allude to the rare and precious
metal platinum, the name of a jubilee marking 70 years.
These elements are framed by a 7-sided shape, along with 7 maple leaves and 7 pearls to mark the 7 decades of Her Majesty’s reign. Depicted in red and white, the national colours of Canada, these elements make several allusions to the idea of celebration. The Royal Crown appears at the top of the emblem.
The emblem was designed and painted by Cathy Bursey–Sabourin, Fraser Herald at the Canadian Heraldic Authority.
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