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The popular Milestones segment on CTV News at 5 celebrates marriage milestones of 50 years and 60 years or more, and birthdays of 100 years or more.

If you know someone who's celebrating one of these momentous occasions, please let us know so we can announce the details on CTV News at 5.

Anniversaries/birthdays which fall on Saturday and Sunday will air during the 6 p.m. newscast on that day.

You can submit your Milestone to us by regular post or by e-mail.

Regardless of how you send your submission, Milestones must be sent at least two weeks in advance of the date, and include the following information:

Name(s) of Milestone recipient(s)

Date of birthday or anniversary

Hometown location

Picture of the recipient(s).

Click HERE to send by email. Ensure the picture is included as an attachment and is in either .JPG or .GIF file format.

If sending through the mail, please note that the picture will not be returned. Please write the name of the Milestone recipient on the back of the photograph, and please ensure the picture is clear.

The mailing address is:

Milestones

P.O. Box 1653

Halifax, Nova Scotia

B3J 2Z4

The email address is: milestones@ctv.ca

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