An Order of Nova Scotia for Windsor's Jim Morrow

Wendy Elliott
Published on October 12, 2016
Jim Morrow, artistic director of Mermaid Theatre, was awarded the Order of Nova Scotia at a ceremony Oct. 12 in Halifax.
Michael Creagen - Government House, Halifax

WINDSOR – Mermaid Theatre’s long time artistic director Jim Morrow received the Order of Nova Scotia Oct. 12 in a Halifax ceremony.

Morrow lives in Avonport and often travels the world on Mermaid’s behalf. He is heading to China again soon.

The other Order of Nova Scotia recipients were: bioethics researcher Francoise E. Baylis, Mi'kmaq Elder Freeman Douglas Knockwood, Nobel Prize winning astrophysicist Arthur B. McDonald, and Donald R. Reid for his fossil passion. The recipients were recognized at the 15th investiture ceremony at Province House.

Did you know?

Established in 2001, the Order of Nova Scotia is the highest honour bestowed by the province. Since it was created, 82 recipients have been invested into the Order. Recipients have the right to use the initials O.N.S. after their names.