Canadian Centennial Medal
It was awarded to people recommended by governments and associations with Canadian Forces members receiving almost 30% of the medals issued.
The medal is circular, silver medal, 1.42 inches in diameter with a thin, plain raised rim.
There is no bar to this medal.
On the obverse, the Royal Cypher EIIR surmounted by a crown is superimposed on a large single maple leaf. The inscription around the circumference reads CONFEDERATION · CANADA · CONFEDERATION with the word CANADA being at the top of the medal.
The reverse has a shield of arms of Canada with the dates 1867 - 1967 beneath.
The white ribbon is 1.25" wide, with red edges and four equally spaced red stripes between the red edges, plus a single stitch of white thread on the edge.
For mounting, there is wide triangular fixed suspender is attached to the medal by a prominent single-toe claw.
The commemorative medal was awarded in 1992.
The medal is not named.
There were 29,500 issued, of which 8,500 went to the Canadian Armed Forces.