Category:Significant People from Norval,Ontario,Canada
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- A.J. Casson, Group of Seven, painted Norval in the 1920s and 30's
- John Watkins, born in Norval, a former Ambassador to Russia. The book and movie Agent of Influence were inspired by events in his life..
- Egbert Charles Reed, married to Marion Elizabeth Noble of Norval, a 19th and 20th century portrait painter.
- John Wycliffe Lowes Forster, born in Norval, portrait painter. Many of his works hang in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario, Toronto, and Ottawa Parliament Buildings.
- David Marvin Carter, born in Norval,, received a 2005 Blue Planet award from the International Hydropower Association and UNESCO for his Sechelt Creek Hydroelectric Power development in Sechelt, B.C. and 2005 winner of the Ron A. Dodokin Award.(http://regionalpower.com/ManagedSites/Sechelt/BluePlanetPrize/tabid/651/Default.aspx)
- Shannon Crawford, Olympic Gold Medalist, rowed to victory as a member of the Women's Eight 1992 crew in Barcelona Spain. Now retired from the sport.
- Lucy Maud Montgomery, author of Anne of Green Gables, lived in Norval for a large part of her life.
- Terry Evans, born in Norval, Olympic Gold Medalist, Middle Weight Wrestling, British Empire Games,, London, England, 1934.
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