Honours & Awards

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Honorary President of the Last Post Fund (2 year term) – June 5, 2020 –Canadian National not-for-profit organization ensuring Veterans receive dignified funeral and burial services.

Canada’s Top 20 Women in Defence – January 30th, 2019 – Featured in Military Magazine, “esprit de corps”

Honarary Canadian Ranger of 3rd Canadian Ranger Patrol Group– July 23rd, 2017 – for raising awareness of 3CRPG’s outreach within Canada.

Winter Chiefs Assembly for Nishnawbe Aski Nation –February 2nd, 2017 – presented book, “Legacy &  Tradition” to the 49 Chiefs of Northern Ontario in Thunder Bay, Ontario

Official Theme Song – October 22nd, 2016 -`The Harvest` was confirmed to be the official theme song for The Ranger Foundation, Ontario.

Veterans Affairs Commendation – October 24th, 2014 – “…for an exemplary contribution by generously giving of herself and so both benefiting veterans and making manifest the principle that Canada’s obligation to all who have served in the cause of Peace and Freedom must not be forgotten”.

Official Theme Song – March 17th, 2014 – “We’ll Never Forget”/ “N’oublions jamais”, was confirmed to be the official theme song for the Juno Beach Centre in Normandy, France.

Rideau Hall November 11th, 2012 Invited guest to the Silver Cross Mother’s Luncheon to sing and present books to His Excellency the Right Honourable David Johnston.

Land Forces Central Area Commendation – June 19th, 2012 – “…for her outstanding efforts and unwaivering dedication to Canada’s military.  Her assistance connecting Canadians with their Canadian Forces has been outstanding.  On publishing “Their Duty, Our Pride”, following her first work “We’ll Never Forget”, she has demonstrated her devotion to telling Canadians the story of who their Soldiers are and what they do for Canada.  Ms. Miso has demonstrated exceptional dedication to educating the Canadian public and supporting the Canadian Army.  She has made an immense contribution to the Soldiers of Land Forces Central Area”.