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  1. Canadian Orders, Decorations and Medals Directive, 1998 - SI/98-55 (Section 5)
    Canadian Orders, Decorations and Medals Directive, 1998

     Notwithstanding sections 1, 3 and 4, a person who, prior to June 1, 1972, was a member of a British order or the recipient of a British decoration or medal referred to in this section, may wear the insignia of the decoration or medal together with the insignia of any Canadian order, decoration or medal that the person is entitled to wear, the proper sequence being the following:

    • [...]

    • Provincial Orders (order of precedence as set out in section 1)
    • Territorial Orders (order of precedence as set out in section 1)

    [...]

    Special Service Medal
    (The order of precedence is as set out for the Special Service Medal with Bars in section 1.)

    United Nations Medals
    (The order of precedence is as set out for the United Nations Medals in section 1.)

    International Commission Medals
    (The order of precedence is as set out for International Commission and Organization Medals in section 1.)

    [...]

    Exemplary Service Medals
    (The order of precedence is as set out for Exemplary Service Medals in section 1.)

    [...]

    Other Medals
    (The order of precedence is as set out for Other Medals in section 1.)

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  2. Canadian Orders, Decorations and Medals Directive, 1998 - SI/98-55 (Section 7)
    Canadian Orders, Decorations and Medals Directive, 1998

     The insignia of orders, decorations and medals not listed in this Directive, as well as foreign awards the award of which has not been approved by the Government of Canada, shall not be mounted or worn in conjunction with the orders, decorations and medals listed in this Directive.


  3. Canadian Orders, Decorations and Medals Directive, 1998 - SI/98-55 (Section 6)
    Canadian Orders, Decorations and Medals Directive, 1998

     The Newfoundland Volunteer War Service Medal has the same precedence as the Canadian Volunteer Service Medal.



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