On the first anniversary of His Majesty's Coronation, on Monday, May 6th at 3:00 p.m. at the Government House in Regina, King Charles III Coronation Medals will be presented for the first time. 

The ceremony will be hosted by Lieutenant Governor Russ Mirsaty, with the Saskatchewan ceremony following a presentation by Her Excellency the Right Honourable Mary Simon, that takes place earlier in the day.

Twenty-one individuals, including former premiers and lieutenant governors, veterans, artists, and military and police officers, will be awarded medals in the first ceremony in recognition of their remarkable actions.

The Government of Canada established the King Charles III Coronation Medal program in honour of The King's Coronation and will present 30,000 Canadians with the new commemorative medal. 

The Crown in Canada has a long history of presenting commemorative medals during important years. The King Charles III Coronation Medal is a way of honouring His Majesty for his service to Canada, while recognizing the significant achievements and contributions of the citizens of Canada.