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Antoine Plamondon

A fervent polemicist, Plamondon frequently wrote to the newspapers to argue his pictorial ideas and attack his rivals. In 1851, a year after winning a first prize with his Chasse aux tourtes at the Exposition de Québec, he moved his studio to Neuville, about 30 km upstream from Québec.


Jack Jacobs

Jack Jacobs, "Indian Jack," football player (b at Holdenville, Okla 1920; d at N Greensboro, NC 12 Jan 1974). A Muscogee (Creek) Indigenous person, Jacobs joined the National Football League from University of Oklahoma; playing mostly on defence, he was a sure-handed and solid tackler.


H. Frank Lewis

H. Frank Lewis, broadcaster, lieutenant-governor of Prince Edward Island (born in York, Prince Edward Island). Frank Lewis is Prince Edward Island's 41st lieutenant-governor.


Freeman Wilford Patterson

Patterson developed an interest in photography while studying for a Master's of Divinity at Union Theological Seminary, New York, during the early 1960s. In 1965 he gave up a position teaching religious studies in Alberta in order to devote himself to photography full time.


Barbara Lally Pentland

Barbara Lally Pentland, composer (b at Winnipeg 2 Jan 1912; d at Vancouver 5 Feb 2000). One of the first Canadian composers to use avant garde techniques, she studied at the Juilliard School of Music, New York City, and the Berkshire Music Center, Mass.


Jean-Claude Poitras

In 1972 Poitras opened "Parenthèse," his first design studio. It was located in Old Montréal and was open to the public. He designed his first line in the early 1970s for manufacturers Beverini and Auckie Sanft and introduced a bridge label named BOF! in the late 1970s.


Rolling Stones (Interview)

Some of my colleagues at the magazine wondered whether we should even bother talking to the Rolling Stones. I'd been offered separate audiences with Mick Jagger and Keith Richards. Exclusive Canadian access. But I'd interviewed them before, eight years ago.


Pierre Petitclair

Pierre Petitclair, dramatist (b at St-Augustin de Portneuf, Qué 12 Oct 1813; d at Pointe-au-Pot, Labrador 15 Aug 1860). He is author of the first play published by a native French Canadian, apart from dramatized political dialogues, Griphon, ou la vengeance d'un valet (1837).


Peter Pearson

Peter Robb Pearson, film and television director, screenwriter, public servant (b at Toronto 13 Mar 1938). He studied political science at the University of Toronto and film at the Centro Sperimentale in Rome.


Clermont Pépin

Clermont Pépin, composer, pianist, teacher, administrator (b at St-Georges-de-Beauce, Qué 15 May 1926). First taught composition by Claude CHAMPAGNE, Rosario Scalero and Arnold Walter, he won the 1949 Prix d'Europe as a pianist and studied composition, theory and piano in Paris.


Alfred Pellan

Alfred Pellan, painter (born 16 May 1906 in Québec City, Québec; died 31 October 1988 in ​Laval). In the mid-1940s Pellan began illustrating poetry books and designed costumes and sets for the theatre. During this period he developed his mature style.


Louise Bail Milot

Louise Bail Milot (b Bail). Musicologist, teacher, program animator, b Montreal 22 Sep 1942: BA (Montreal) 1963, B MUS (Montreal) 1966, M MUS piano (Montreal) 1967, M MUS musicology (Paris-Sorbonne) 1972.


Alan Belkin

Alan Belkin. Composer, organist, teacher, b Montreal 5 Jul 1951; BA (Sir George Williams) 1972, M MA (McGill) 1978, DMA (Julliard) 1983. He first studied with Marvin Duchow (harmony, counterpoint, composition) and with Dom André Laberge (organ), then pursued his organ studies with Bernard Lagacé.


Edmund Burke

Edmund Burke, architect (b at Toronto, Ont 31 Oct 1850; d there 2 Jan 1919). Burke contributed to Canadian architecture in three ways.


Wolfgang Bottenberg

Wolfgang (Heinz Otto) Bottenberg. Composer, teacher, b Frankfurt-am-Main 9 May 1930, naturalized Canadian 1964; B MUS (Alberta) 1961, M MUS (Cincinnati) 1962, DMA composition (Cincinnati) 1970. He trained as a carpenter before entering the Jesuit order in 1952.


Dalton Baker

Dalton Baker. Baritone, teacher, choir conductor, organist, b Merton, Surrey, England, 17 Oct 1879, d Vancouver 22 Mar 1970; ARAM 1903. He was a choirboy at All Saints, Margaret St, London, and a student at the RAM.