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Resource web sites to visit.

  1. Prime Ministers of Canada by Faith Perspective http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Prime_Ministers_of_Canada_by_religious_affiliation
  2. Prime Ministers of Canada
  3. Significant Canadian Women 1950 AD to 1959 AD
  4. Significant Canadian Women
  5. Significant Canadians
  6. Halton Web Connections
  7. The Famous 5, Heroes for Today website, a multimedia resource dedicated to chronicling the lives and achievements of the five visionary women from Alberta who have become known simply as the Famous 5.
  8. http://www.heroines.ca/about/100canadianheroines.html
  9. http://particle.physics.ucdavis.edu/Canadians/
  10. Manitoba Heroes http://www.wsd1.org/sargentpark/hero/heroes.html
  11. Walk of Fame people http://www.canadaswalkoffame.com
  12. Canadian sports people
  13. Canadian Heroes published in 1999
  14. Canadian Heroes published in 2001
  15. Brampton Sports Hall of Fame http://www.bramptonsports.ca/hall.php



Add the following people:

A

  1. Maude Abbott (1869-1940)
  2. Lady Aberdeen
  3. William Aberhart 1878-1943, premier of Alberta, Canada, b. Ontario. He was a schoolteacher and a founder and dean of the Calgary Prophetic Bible Institute (opened 1927). About 1932 he became interested in Social Credit, which advocated direct money payments to all citizens. He was an organizer of the Social Credit party of Alberta and was elected (1935) to the provincial legislature with enough supporters to control it. Thus Aberhart became premier (1935-43) of the first Social Credit government in the world.
  4. Maria Oliynyk Adamowska (1860-1961)
  5. Susan Aglukark
  6. Emma Albani
  7. Doris Anderson
  8. Paul Anka
  9. Denys Arcand
  10. Alan Arlett
  11. Anna Mae Aquash
  12. John Joseph Caldwell Abbott
  13. Jean Augustine
  14. Jann Arden
  15. Max Aitken
  16. Melody Anderson
  17. Marie-Joseph Angélique
  18. Howard Adams
  19. Filmport Toronto
  20. Emma Lajeunesse Albani (1847-1930)
  21. Lincoln Alexander
  22. Anna Mae Aquash


B

  1. Ruth Bailey
  2. Conrad Bain
  3. Backbencher
  4. Donovan Bailey athlete
  5. Scott Bairstow
  6. Frederick Banting (1891-1941)
  7. Dave Barrett
  8. Gwennyth Barton
  9. Robert Bateman
  10. Adam Beach
  11. Emily Shaw Beavan (circa [[1820)
  12. Adam Beck
  13. Alexander Graham Bell (1847-1922)
  14. Marilyn Bell
  15. Steve Bell
  16. Gil Bellows
  17. Richard Bedford Bennett
  18. Richard Bedford Bennett
  19. Joseph E. Bernier (1852-1934)
  20. Rosalie Bertell
  21. Pierre Berton
  22. Charles Best
  23. Norman Bethune
  24. Francis Beynon
  25. Alfred Jackson Billes
  26. John William Billes
  27. Florence Bird
  28. Billy Bishop
  29. Conrad Black
  30. Martha Munger Black (1866-1957)
  31. I. S. Bloch
  32. Rachel Blanchard
  33. Lothaire Bluteau
  34. Joseph Armand Bombardier
  35. Roberta Bondar
  36. George Borden
  37. Robert Laird Borden
  38. Paul-Emile Borduas
  39. Lucien Bouchard
  40. Henri Bourassa (1968-1952)
  41. Robert Bourassa
  42. Mackenzie Bowell
  43. [[Robert Borden
  44. Marguerite Bourgeoys
  45. [[Leonard Braithwaite
  46. Joseph Brant
  47. Molly Brant (1736-1796)
  48. Robert Bryce
  49. Isaac Brock
  50. Harriet Brooks
  51. Wilson Brooks
  52. Blair Brown
  53. Roy Brown
  54. Kurt Browning
  55. Genevieve Bujold
  56. Mike Bullard
  57. Raymond Burr

C

  1. Victoria Belcourt Callihoo (1861-1966)
  2. Agnes Deans Cameron
  3. Sir Guy Carleton http://www.infoplease.com/ce6/people/A0810447.html
  4. Emily Carr
  5. Thérèse Casgrain
  6. Holly Cole
  7. Thelma Chalifoux
  8. Sidney Crosby
  9. David Cronenberg
  10. Burton Cummings
  11. Arthur Currie (1875-1933)
  12. Edward S. Curtis
  13. Elisha Cuthbert
  14. Chief Justice
  15. constituent
  16. June Callwood
  17. James Cameron
  18. Kim Campbell
  19. Neve Campbell
  20. John Candy
  21. Harold Cardinal
  22. Tantoo Cardinal
  23. Franklin Carmichael
  24. Emily Carr (1871-1945)
  25. Jim Carrey
  26. Mary Shadd Cary (1823-1893)
  27. Gerry Carty
  28. Casavant
  29. Henri Casgrain
  30. Therese F. Casgrain (1896-1981)
  31. Ethel Catherwood
  32. Kim Cattrall
  33. Sarah Chalke
  34. Raymond Chan
  35. Thomas Chapais (1858-1946)
  36. Jean Charest
  37. Maurice Alexander Charles
  38. Don Cherry
  39. Rae Dawn Chong
  40. Tommy Chong
  41. Jean Joseph Jacques Chretien
  42. Hayden Christensen
  43. Emmanuelle Chriqui
  44. Charles Joseph Clark
  45. Adrienne Clarkson
  46. Mike "Pinball" Clemons
  47. Bruce Cockburn
  48. Leonard Cohen
  49. Holly Cole
  50. James Coleman
  51. J.B. Collip
  52. Alex Colville
  53. Lionel Conacher
  54. Ernie Coombs
  55. Matthew Coon Come
  56. Paulo Costanzo
  57. Douglas Coupland
  58. Christina Cox
  59. Deborah Cox
  60. Donald Creighton
  61. Wendy Crewson
  62. David Crombie
  63. Jonathan Crombie
  64. Lynn Crosbie

D

  1. John George Diefenbaker
  2. Céline Dion
  3. Dionne Quintuplets
  4. Tommy Douglas


E

F

  1. Feist
  2. Terry Fox
  3. Rose Fortune (13 March 1774–20 February 1864) was an African American who came to Nova Scotia with the Black Loyalists where she became a successful businesswoman and the first female police officer in what is now Canada. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rose_Fortune

G

  1. Glenn Gould
  2. Nancy Green
  3. Isobel Gunn


H

  1. Ned Hanlan athlete
  2. Helen Harrison
  3. Ann Harvey
  4. Lynn-Philip Hodgson
  5. Tim Horton
  6. Gordie Howe athlete, hockey player


I

  1. Elisapie Isaac



J

  1. Ferguson Jenkins athlete
  2. E. Pauline Johnson http://www.humanities.mcmaster.ca/~pjohnson/native.html

K

  1. Dr. Leonora Howard King
  2. William Lyon Mackenzie King
  3. Diana Krall


L

  1. Guy Lafleur athlete
  2. Mario Lemieux athlete
  3. Anna Leonowens
  4. Gordon Lightfoot


M

  1. Margaret C. Macdonald
  2. Elsie MacGill
  3. Alexander Mackenzie
  4. Agnes Macphail
  5. Paul Mason http://www.canoemuseum.net/bubblestreet.asp
  6. Elizabeth May
  7. Nellie McClung
  8. Elsie MacGill
  9. Violet Clara McNaughton
  10. Arthur Meighen
  11. Joni Mitchell
  12. Mr. Dressup
  13. Asayo Murakami
  14. Emily Murphy
  15. Anne Murray Canada Post stamps honour iconic Canadian music stars

N

  1. Bronko Nagurski athlete
  2. James Naismith athlete and inventor of basketball
  3. Margaret Newton


O

  1. William Osler
  2. Grey Owl http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/cool/002027-2108-e.html


P

  1. Lester Bowles Pearson
  2. Chief Pontiac (1720 - April 20, 1769) was a great leader of the Ottawa Indian tribe. He organized his and other tribes in the Great Lakes area to fight the British, in what is known as Pontiac's War (1763-1764).


Q

R

  1. Manon Rheaume the first woman to play in a Junior A men's hockey game http://www.whockey.com/profile/canada/rheaume.html
  2. Louis Riel thecanadianencyclopedia.com entry
  3. Ted Rogers Book: Relentless : the true story of the man behind Rogers communications by Ted Rogers HarperCollins, 2008 available from the Brampton Library Video: Ted Rogers [videorecording] / executive producer Moses Znaimer. Publisher, Date: Mississauga : Marlin Motion Pictures, [1995) available from the Brampton Library
  4. Fanny Rosenfeld Fanny 'Bobbie' Rosenfeld
  5. Patrick Roy athlete, Hockey player.
  6. Egerton Ryerson



S

  1. Laura Secord http://www.galafilm.com/1812/e/people/secord.html
  2. Mary Ann Shadd- was Canada's first black newspaperwoman
  3. Rod Smith- was the President of Black's Photography
  4. Louis Stephen St-Laurent http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/index.cfm?PgNm=TCE&Params=A1ARTA0007088
  5. Frederick Arthur Stanley In 1892, Lord Frederick Arthur Stanley donated The Stanley Cup, notably the oldest trophy competed for by professional hockey athletes in North America.
  6. Augusta Stowe in 1883 she was the first woman to receive a degree in medicine in Canada. She married another doctor and became Augusta Stowe-Gullen
  7. Maurice Strong- Ontario Hydro, United Nations environment

T

  1. Lucille Teasdale
  2. Tecumseh When the War of 1812 began Tecumseh joined the British side. He gathered a large Indian army in Upper Canada and took part in several skirmishes on the Detroit frontier. His plan for the capture of Fort Detroit was used successfully by General Isaac Brock. Tecumseh's last fight was against an American force at the Battle of the Thames on October 15,1813.
  3. Paul Tracy athlete, IndyCar driver
  4. Catharine Parr Traill
  5. Mary Travers
  6. Jennie Trout
  7. Tsiigehtchic
  8. Charles Tupper


U

V

  1. Pauline Vanier
  2. Gilles Villeneuve athlete, Formula One driver
  3. Jacques Villeneuve athlete


W

  1. J. Richard Wakefield HO railway models of Ontario http://www.mcswiz.com/MyLayout/Homepage.asp
  2. Charlotte Whitton


X

Y

  1. Elwy Yost


Z