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Henry George Thode

Henry George Thode, scientist, university administrator (b at Dundurn, Sask 10 Sept 1910; d 22 Mar 1997). He graduated from the University of Saskatchewan, earned his doctorate from Chicago in 1934 and worked in the labs of Nobel winner Harold Urey at Columbia before joining McMaster in 1939.

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Thorbergur Thorvaldson

Thorbergur Thorvaldson, "TT," cement chemist (b in Iceland 24 Aug 1883; d at Saskatoon 4 Oct 1965). Settling with his parents near Gimli, Man, he went on to attend U Man and Harvard (MSc, PhD). In 1919 he became head of the dept of chemistry at U Sask, and in 1945 the first dean of graduate studies.

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Hardolph Wasteneys

Hardolph Wasteneys, professor of biochemistry (b at Richmond, Eng Apr 1881; d at Toronto 1 Feb 1965). As a boy Wasteneys went to Australia and found employment in government laboratories dealing with water purification. He moved to California about 1909 to study this subject further.

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Karel Wiesner

Karel Wiesner, chemist, educator (b at Prague, Czech 1919; d at Fredericton 28 Nov 1986). Wiesner studied chemical engineering in Prague, receiving his doctorate in 1945 for research in polarography at Bulovka Hospital.

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Leo Yaffe

Leo Yaffe, educator, nuclear scientist, university administrator (b at Devil's Lake, N Dak 6 July 1916). In 1952 Yaffe established a productive nuclear chemistry research laboratory at McGill.

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Harley Hotchkiss

Harley Hotchkiss, businessman, community leader, philanthropist (born at Tillsonburg, Ont 12 Jul 1927; died at Calgary, Alta 22 Jun 2011). Harley Hotchkiss was known as a "builder.

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Joey Votto

Joey Votto, baseball player (born 10 September 1983 in Toronto, ON). Joey Votto is a Canadian baseball player with the Cincinnati Reds. In 2010, he won the National League’s Most Valuable Player Award and Hank Aaron Award, as well as the Lou Marsh Trophy for Canada’s outstanding athlete of the year. Two years later, he became one of the highest paid baseball players in major league history. In 2017, he was again awarded the Lou Marsh Trophy. He has also won the James “Tip” O’Neill Award seven times.

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Connie Gault

Gault's first short story appeared in Grain in 1981 and she has since published fiction in literary journals and the anthologies Saskatchewan Gold, The Oxford Book of Stories by Canadian Women in English, and Best Canadian Stories.

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Raymond Burr

Raymond Burr's more memorable roles in higher profile films included the lawyer in A Place in the Sun (1951) with Montgomery Clift and Elizabeth Taylor, and the murderer threatening Grace Kelly and Jimmy Stewart in Alfred Hitchcock's classic suspense thriller Rear Window (1954).

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Eric McCormack

Eric James McCormack, actor (b at Toronto 18 Apr 1963). Eric McCormack is an actor who is at home on some of the biggest stages in both Canada and the US, as well as on large and small screens, with a reach encompassing Shakespearean masterpieces, big musicals and popular sitcoms.

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Michael Langham

He succeeded Tyrone GUTHRIE as artistic director of the Ontario STRATFORD FESTIVAL (1955-67), doing stellar productions of Henry V (mixing a French and English cast), King Lear, Love's Labour's Lost and Cyrano de Bergerac, among others.

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Jean-Pierre Ferland

Jean-Pierre Ferland, author, composer, performer and television host (b Montréal 24 June 1934). Jean-Pierre Ferland started with the Les Bozos singing group in 1959, and then he broke out in 1962 by winning first prize in a Francophonie contest with Feuille de gui.

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Luc Picard

Luc Picard, actor, director and screenwriter (born in Lachine, Quebec, September 24, 1961).

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Pierre Rolland

Pierre Rolland. Oboist, english horn player, broadcaster, teacher, critic, born Québec City 13 Oct 1931, died Montréal 29 Nov 2011; B MUS (New England Conservatory) 1957.

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Frank Gouldsmith Speck

Frank Gouldsmith Speck, anthropologist (b at Brooklyn, NY 8 Nov 1881; d at Philadelphia, Pa 6 Feb 1950). He pioneered study of the Algonquian peoples of eastern Canada and New England.