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Canadian - Notable Historical Events

George WashingtonMay 28, 1754

Louis RielMar 4, 1870

Charles TupperJul 8, 1896

Wilfrid LaurierMay 4, 1910

Billy BishopMar 25, 1917

The Red BaronApr 21, 1918

FDRAug 10, 1921

Vincent MasseyNov 10, 1926

Richard Bedford BennettAug 7, 1930

Winston ChurchillDec 30, 1941

Louis St. LaurentJun 21, 1957

Elizabeth IIOct 14, 1957

DiefenbakerJun 3, 1959

Pierre TrudeauOct 16, 1970

Joe ClarkJun 4, 1979

Stephen HarperNov 24, 2005

Alexandre BilodeauFeb 14, 2010

Bryan AdamsMay 1, 2010

Ron MacLeanJun 3, 2010

Gordon LightfootFeb 6, 2012

James CameronMar 26, 2012

Justin TrudeauApr 14, 2013

Chris HadfieldMay 13, 2013

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Canadian - Historical Events
Date Event
1634-07-04

The city of Trois-Rivières is founded in New France, later to become the Canadian province of Quebec.

1754-05-28

Battle of Jumonville Glen: forces led by George Washington kill French Canadian officer Joseph Coulon de Jumonville

1822-06-18

Part of US-Canadian boundary determined

1836-07-21

1st Canadian RR opens, between Laprairie & St John, Quebec

1837-12-29

Canadian militia destroy Caroline, a US steamboat docked at Buffalo

1839-09-11

1st Canadian track & field meet held (Caer Howell Grounds)

1841-06-14

1st Canadian parliament opens in Kingston, Ontario

1858-07-01

1st Canadian coins minted (1, 5, 10 and 20 cent)

1858-12-12

1st Canadian coins circulated (1 cent, 5 cent, 10 cent & 20 cent)

1859-06-15

Pig War: Ambiguity in the Oregon Treaty leads to the "Northwestern Boundary Dispute" between U.S. and British/Canadian settlers.

1861-11-09

1st documented Canadian football game (at U of Toronto)

1867-03-29

British North America Act (Canadian constitution) passes

1867-09-16

Ottawa Rough Riders & Senators play Canadian Football game

1867-10-23

72 Senators are summoned by Royal Proclamation to serve as the first members of the Canadian Senate.

1868-04-07

Thomas D'Arcy McGee, one of the Canadian Fathers of Confederation is assassinated by the Irish, in one of the few Canadian political assassinations, and only federal politician.

1868-10-10

1st written account of a Canadian football game

1870-03-04

On command of Louis Riel, Thomas Scott is executed by a firing squad. Riel rejects all appeals and requests to intervene in an attempt to demonstrate to the Canadian government that the Metis must be taken seriously

1870-07-15

Manitoba becomes 5th Canadian province & NW Territories created

1873-07-01

Prince Edward Island becomes 7th Canadian province

1879-02-08

Sandford Fleming first proposes adoption of Universal Standard Time at a meeting of the Royal Canadian Institute.

1881-05-24

Canadian ferry Princess Victoria sinks near London Ontario, 200 die

1884-02-07

Canadian Rugby Football Union forms

1885-03-26

Louis Riel's forces defeat Canadian forces at Duck Lake, Sask

1885-05-15

Canadian Meti insurgent Louis Reil captured, Saskatchewan

1885-11-07

Canadian Pacific Railway completed at Craigellachie

1889-06-03

The Canadian Pacific Railway is completed from coast to coast.

1891-12-19

Canadian Rugby Union forms

1896-07-08

Charles Tupper resigns as Prime Minister of Canada after losing the June 23rd election, his 69-day term the shortest in Canadian history

1897-11-24

Canadian Intercollegiate Rugby Football Union forms in Kingston

1898-10-08

First Canadian Intercollegiate football game: McGill beats Queen's, 3-2

1900-01-21

The second contingent of Canadian troops sails from Halifax to fight in South Africa against the Boers

1900-07-23

The Canadian government reviews immigration policy, prohibiting criminals and paupers from landing in Canada

1900-11-07

Battle of Leliefontein, a battle during which the Royal Canadian Dragoons win three Victoria Crosses.

1901-07-12

Striking Canadian salmon fishermen on the Pacific coast, resentful of the nonunion Japanese who continue to fish, maroon and imprison 47

1902-11-21

The Canadian government appoints a commission to consider revising, classifying, and consolidating the many public statutes passed over the years

1905-09-01

Alberta & Saskatchewan become 8th & 9th Canadian provinces

1907-09-13

Canadian Interprovincial Rugby Football union (Big Four) forms with Hamilton Tigers, Toronto Argonauts, Ottawa Rough Riders & Montreal Foot Ball

1907-11-07

Test tokens are struck in 1st production of Canadian coins

1908-01-02

Canadian branch of the Royal Mint opens in Ottawa

1909-12-11

Canadian Football exhibition game played in Van Cortlandt Park in Bronx, Hamilton Tigers beat Ottawa Rough Riders, 11-6 before 15,000

1910-05-04

Canadian Currency Act, 1910, receives Royal Assent

1910-05-04

Canadian parliament accept creation of Royal Canadian Navy

1910-05-04

Wilfrid Laurier passes the Naval Service Act, which creates the Royal Canadian Navy

1911-02-22

The Canadian Parliament resolves to maintain union with the British Empire, while controlling domestic fiscal affairs

1911-07-01

Proclamation removes "Dei Gratia" (by the Grace of God) from Canadian coins

1911-09-21

Canadian Prime Minister Wilfrid Laurier loses the election to Robert Bordon of the Conservative Party

1911-11-15

Proclamation sets designs for Canadian $5 & $10 gold coins

1912-03-22

Agnes Martin, Macklin Canada, Canadian-American abstract painter

1914-05-29

Ship rams Canadian ship Empress of Ireland on St Lawrence River; 1,024 die

1914-09-05

Proclamation prohibits Canadian mint from issuing gold coins

1914-09-09

World War I: The creation of the Canadian Automobile Machine Gun Brigade, the first fully mechanized unit in the British Army.

1914-10-01

The first division of Canadian troops, 33,000 sail for Britain; most Canadians are volunteers, anxious to prove their loyalty to the Commonwealth

1917-03-25

Canadian ace Billy Bishop claims his first victory, shooting down a Leutnant Theiller

1917-04-09

Vimy Ridge France stormed by Canadian troops

1917-06-02

Canadian ace Billy Bishop undertakes a solo mission behind enemy lines, shooting down three aircrafts as they were about to take off and several more on the ground, for which he is awarded the Victoria Cross

1918-04-21

World War I: German fighter ace Baron Manfred von Richthofen, known as "The Red Baron", is shot down and killed over Vaux sur Somme in France. Canadian pilot Captain Arthur Roy Brown was credited with the kill.

1918-06-01

Canadian ace Billy Bishop downs 6 aircrafts over a three-day span, including German ace Paul Bilik, reclaiming his top scoring title from James McCudden

1918-08-29

Bapaume taken by Australian Corps and Canadian Corps in the Hundred Days Offensive

1918-10-25

Canadian steamship "Princess Sophia" hit a reef off Alaska, 398 die

1919-06-06

Assent is given to an Act to amend the Canadian Currency Act, 1910

1919-12-20

Canadian National Railways established (N America's longest, 50,000 KM)

1920-02-01

Royal Canadian Mounted Police forms as Royal Northwest Mounted Police merge with Dominion Police

1920-04-15

New Canadian small cent coin is released

1920-11-01

American Fishing Schooner Esperanto defeats the Canadian Fishing Schooner Delawana in the first International Fishing Schooner Championship Races in Halifax.

1921-02-14

Canadian 5 cent nickel coin is authorized

1921-08-10

FDR stricken with polio at summer home on Canadian Is of Campobello

1924-04-01

The Royal Canadian Air Force is formed.

1926-11-10

Vincent Massey becomes 1st Canadian minister to USA

1928-02-19

Canadian hockey team wins 3rd consecutive gold medal

1929-03-22

USCG vessel sank Canadian schooner suspected of carrying liquor

1929-10-18

Women are considered "Persons" under Canadian law.

1930-08-07

Richard Bedford Bennet forms Canadian government

1930-08-07

Canadian Prime Minister Mackenzie King loses the election to Richard Bedford Bennett of the Conservative Party

1930-09-29

1st Canadian football game played under lights, Hamilton-UBC

1931-02-28

Canadian Rugby Union adopts the forward pass

1931-12-01

Ottawa branch of Royal Mint begins operation as Royal Canadian Mint

1933-07-01

The Canadian Parliament suspends all Chinese immigration.

1935-06-03

One thousand unemployed Canadian workers board freight cars in Vancouver, British Columbia, beginning a protest trek to Ottawa, Ontario.

1936-11-02

The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation is established.

1940-08-17

FDR & Canadian PM William M King agree to joint defense commission

1941-12-25

Japan announces surrender of British-Canadian garrison at Hong Kong

1941-12-30

Winston Churchill addresses Canadian parliament

1942-03-03

1st combat flight for Canadian British-built Avro Lancaster bomber

1942-08-06

Canadian destroyer HMCS Assiniboine sinks U-210

1942-08-19

WWI: Over 4,000 Canadian & British soldiers killed, wounded or captured raiding Dieppe, France

1942-09-18

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation authorized for radio service

1943-01-03

Canadian Army troops arrive in North Africa

1943-03-19

Airship Canadian Star torpedoed & sinks

1943-07-10

US, British and Canadian forces invade Sicily in WW II (Operation Husky)

1943-12-10

British 8th Army (1st Canadian Infantry Division) occupies Orsogna/Ortona Italy

1944-05-23

British and Canadian troops occupy Pontecorvo, Italy

1944-06-07

Canadian 50th division occupies Bayeux

1944-07-20

British and Canadian troops occupy Hill 67/Ifs/Bras/Frenouville, Normandy

1944-07-20

Canadian Cameron Highlanders conquer St Andre

1944-08-14

Operation Tractable: new Canadian offensive

1944-08-16

2nd Canadian Division occupies Falaise, Normandy

1944-08-17

4th Canadian Armoured division occupiers Trun, Normandy

1944-08-17

Canadian 2nd division conquerors Falaise, Normandy

1944-09-03

Canadian troops liberate Abbeville, France

1944-10-09

Canadian offensive in West-Zeeuws-Flanders

1944-10-19

Canadian troops liberate Aardensburg

1944-10-21

Canadian troops occupy Breskens

1944-11-02

Canadian troops occupy Knokke

1944-11-05

Canadian & British troops liberate Dinteloord

1945-02-22

Canadian 3rd Division occupies Moyland

1945-02-23

Canadian troops occupy Kalkar

1945-03-24

Operation Varsity: British, US & Canadian airborne landings east of the Rhine

1945-04-01

Canadian troops free Doetinchem, Enschede, Borculo & Eibergen

1945-04-03

Hengelo freed from Nazi control by Canadian army

1945-04-10

Canadian troops conquer Deventer

1945-04-12

Canadian troops liberate Nazi concentration camp Westerbork, Netherlands

1945-04-13

Canadian army liberates Teuge & Assen Neth from Nazis

1945-05-08

Canadian troops move into Amsterdam

1945-09-28

Canadian football's Calgary Bronks changes its name to Stampeders

1946-06-14

Canadian Library Association established

1949-09-17

128 die as fire guts Canadian passenger steamer Noronic in Toronto

1952-01-24

Vincent Massey is sworn in as the first Canadian-born Governor General of Canada.

1952-09-06

Canadian TV begins in Montreal

1953-03-03

Canadian Comet crashes at Karachi, 11 killed

1956-01-22

Canadian Football Council forms

1957-06-21

Louis St. Laurent resigns as Prime Minister of Canada, ending the longest uninterrupted run at the federal level in Canadian history

1957-10-12

Canadian Prime Minister Lester Bowles Pearson wins Nobel Peace Prize

1957-10-14

Queen Elizabeth II becomes the first Canadian monarch to open the Parliament of Canada with the Speech from the Throne.

1958-01-19

Canadian Football Council renamed Canadian Football League

1958-07-01

The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation links television broadcasting across Canada via microwave.

1958-08-14

Canadian Football League plays 1st game (Winnipeg 29, Edmonton 21)

1959-04-27

The last Canadian missionary leaves the People's Republic of China.

1959-06-03

Eisenhower routes Canadian premier Diefenbaker message off the Moon

1962-01-26

Canadian Marine Service renamed Coast Guard

1962-09-28

Alouette (Canada), 1st Canadian satellite, launched

1962-09-29

Launch of Alouette 1, 1st Canadian satellite (on US Delta rocket)

1963-06-19

Charter members of Canadian Football Hall of Fame chosen

1965-01-02

Obverse design of all Canadian coins is changed to depict present-day

1965-05-15

Canadian Football Players Association organizes

1966-03-04

Canadian Pacific airliner explodes on landing at Tokyo, 64 die

1966-05-06

Canadian Minister of Finance announces a $20 Centennial gold coin

1967-06-05

Royal Canadian Mint ordered to start converting 10 cent & 25 cent coins to pure nickel as soon as possible

1968-07-27

Carol Mann wins LPGA Supertest Canadian Golf Open

1969-04-01

Royal Canadian Mint formally forms as a Crown Corporation

1969-06-01

Tobacco advertising is banned on Canadian radio & TV

1969-09-07

Carol Mann wins LPGA Molson's Canadian Golf Open

1970-10-16

Pierre Trudeau invokes the War Measures Act as a response to the October Crisis, the only peacetime use of the War Measures Act in Canadian history.

1972-11-27

Pierre Trudeau forms Canadian government

1973-04-20

Canadian ANIK A2 becomes 1st commercial satellite in orbit

1974-02-09

"The Americans (A Canadian's Opinion)" by Gordon Sinclair peaks at #24

1974-07-09

Trudeau's Liberal Party wins Canadian parliamentary election

1974-10-10

Canadian John Hathaway begins 2-yr ride of 50,600 miles

1975-01-09

600 employees of Royal Canadian Mint go on strike

1975-03-08

Royal Canadian Mint announces branch opening in Winnipeg Manitoba

1976-04-30

Royal Canadian Mint opens a branch in Winnipeg, Manitoba

1979-06-04

Joe Clark is sworn in as the youngest Prime Minister in Canadian history

1980-12-05

Bank of Canada's Canadian Currency Museum opens

1982-04-17

Proclamation of the Constitution Act by Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau

1984-02-29

Canadian PM Pierre Elliott Trudeau announced he is stepping down

1985-05-31

1985 United States-Canadian tornado outbreak: Forty-one tornadoes hit Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, and Ontario, leaving 76 dead.

1987-06-30

The Royal Canadian Mint introduces the $1 coin, known as the Loonie.

1988-01-29

Canadian Ben Johnson breaks own 50-yard dash world record at 5.15

1988-12-30

Canadian Senate OK's free trade pact; with US

1989-06-12

Ben Johnson, Canadian Olympian, admits using steroids

1989-06-13

Houston's Terry Puhl plays in his 1,403rd game (most by a Canadian)

1989-12-06

Worst Canadian mass murder: Marc Lepine kills 14 women at U Montreal

1990-09-30

The Dalai Lama unveils the Canadian Tribute to Human Rights in Canada's capital city of Ottawa.

1991-02-05

Joni Mitchell inducted into the Canadian Hall of Fame

1992-02-03

Labor strike at Royal Canadian Mint ends

1995-01-01

Centennial of Canadian Mounties presence in Canada's Yukon Territory

1995-11-05

André Dallaire attempts to assassinate Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chrétien; he is thwarted when the PM's wife locks the door.

1996-03-17

Montreal Canadian's 1st game in their new arena

1996-05-05

Renette Cruz, Vancouver, wins Miss Canadian Universe

1997-09-07

Steve Jones wins Canadian Golf Open with a 275

1999-04-01

Nunavut is established as a Canadian territory carved out of the eastern part of the Northwest Territories.

2001-12-06

The Canadian province of Newfoundland is renamed Newfoundland and Labrador.

2002-01-21

The Canadian Dollar sets all-time low against the US Dollar (US$0.6179).

2002-04-17

Four Canadian Forces soldiers are killed in Afghanistan by friendly fire from two United States Air Force F-16s, the first deaths in a combat zone for Canada since the Korean War.

2003-08-25

The Tli Cho land claims agreement is signed between the Dogrib First Nations and the Canadian federal government in Rae-Edzo (now called Behchoko).

2003-12-07

The Conservative Party of Canada is officially recognized after the merger of the Canadian Alliance and Progressive Conservative Party of Canada.

2004-01-21

Canada: The residence of reporter Juliet O'Neill is searched by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) investigating leaks concerning the deportation of Maher Arar.

2005-03-03

Mayerthorpe Incident: James Roszko murders four Royal Canadian Mounted Police constables during a drug bust at his property in Rochfort Bridge, Alberta, then commits suicide. It is the deadliest peace-time incident for the RCMP since 1885 and the North-West Rebellion.

2005-05-08

The new Canadian War Museum opens, in commemoration of the 60th anniversary of V-E Day.

2005-11-24

Leader of the Opposition in the Canadian Parliament Stephen Harper, introduces a motion of no confidence. The motion is passed on November 28 leading to the dissolution of the 38th Canadian Parliament.

2006-04-22

Four Canadian soldiers are killed 75 kilometers north of Kandahar, Afghanistan by a roadside bomb planted by Taliban militants, the worst single day combat loss for the Canadian army since the Korean War.

2006-10-24

Justice Rutherford of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice struck down the "motive clause", an important part of the Canadian Anti-Terrorism Act.

2006-11-27

The Canadian House of Commons endorses Prime Minister Stephen Harper's motion to declare Québécois a nation within a unified Canada.

2008-06-11

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper made an official historic apology to Canada's First Nations in regard to a residential school abuse in which children were isolated from their homes, families and cultures for a century.

2010-02-14

Alexandre Bilodeau wins the Gold Medal in the freestyle skiing men's moguls event, becoming the first Canadian to win a Gold Medal during a Canadian-hosted Olympics

2010-05-01

Canadian singer Bryan Adams is given the Governor General's Performing Arts Award for his 30 years of contributions to the arts

2010-06-03

Canadian sportscaster Ron MacLean saves a man from drowning in the Delaware River in Philadelphia

2012-02-06

Canadian singer Gordon Lightfoot is presented with the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal by the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario

2012-03-26

Canadian Film maker James Cameron becomes the first person to visit Challenger Deep, the deepest point on Earth in over 50 years

2013-04-14

Justin Trudeau, son of long-serving Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, is elected leader of the Liberal Party of Canada

2013-05-13

Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield departs the International Space Station to return to Earth

2013-09-10

3 people are killed after a Canadian Coast Guard helicopter crashes in the Artic Ocean

2014-06-26

Canadian Andrew Wiggins is selected as the No.1 draft pick in the NBA by the Cleveland Cavaliers

2014-10-01

Canadian freestyle skier and two-time Olympic gold medalist Alexandre Bilodeau retires at 27

2015-12-16

North Korea sentences Canadian pastor Hyeon Soo Lim to life in prison

2016-05-05

Epic wildfire threatens to engulf Canadian city as 88000 flee

2017-01-30

Canadian PM say mosque shooting a 'terrorist attack on Muslims'

2017-10-14

Canadian says child killed, US wife raped during Afghan kidnapping

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Canadian - Notable Birthdays

Jeanne ManceNov 12, 1606

Marguerite BourgeoysApr 17, 1620

Laura SecordSep 13, 1775

Abraham GesnerMay 2, 1797

James DonnellyMar 7, 1816

John AbbottMar 12, 1821

Wilfrid LaurierNov 20, 1841

Robert BordenJun 26, 1854

Richard Bedford BennettJul 3, 1870

John McCraeNov 30, 1872

Lucy Maud MontgomeryNov 30, 1874

Mackenzie KingDec 17, 1874

Cluny MacPhersonMar 18, 1879

Tommy BurnsJun 17, 1881

Louis St. LaurentFeb 1, 1882

Cyrus S. EatonDec 27, 1883

Georges VezinaJan 21, 1887

Frederick BantingNov 14, 1891

Cy DennenyDec 23, 1891

Billy BishopFeb 8, 1894

William George BarkerNov 3, 1894

George HainsworthJun 26, 1895

John DiefenbakerSep 18, 1895

Lester B. PearsonApr 23, 1897

Howie MorenzJun 21, 1902

Tommy DouglasOct 20, 1904

John Peters HumphreyApr 30, 1905

Elizabeth SmartDec 27, 1913

Saul BellowJun 10, 1915

Pierre BertonJul 12, 1920

Doug HarveyDec 19, 1924

Ted LindsayJul 29, 1925

Oscar PetersonAug 15, 1925

Jacques PlanteJan 17, 1929

John TurnerJun 7, 1929

Christopher PlummerDec 13, 1929

Tim HortonJan 12, 1930

Don CherryFeb 5, 1934

Roch CarrierMay 13, 1937

Gordon LightfootNov 17, 1938

Bobby HullJan 3, 1939

Joe ClarkJun 5, 1939

Margaret AtwoodNov 18, 1939

Neil YoungNov 12, 1945

Marc GarneauFeb 23, 1949

Chris HaneyAug 9, 1950

Darryl SittlerSep 18, 1950

John CandyOct 31, 1950

Rick MoranisApr 18, 1953

Rick HansenAug 26, 1957

Paul GrossApr 30, 1959

Bryan AdamsNov 5, 1959

Ron MacLeanApr 12, 1960

Michael J. FoxJun 9, 1961

Shania TwainAug 28, 1965

Justin TrudeauDec 25, 1971

Neve CampbellOct 3, 1973

Steve NashFeb 7, 1974

Jay OnraitAug 29, 1974

Dan O'TooleSep 10, 1975

Joe ThorntonJul 2, 1979

Ryan GoslingNov 12, 1980

Hayden ChristensenApr 19, 1981

Seth RogenApr 15, 1982

Cory MonteithMay 11, 1982

Avril LavigneSep 27, 1984

Alexandre BilodeauSep 8, 1987

Michael CeraJun 7, 1988

Justin BieberMar 1, 1994

Canadian - Birthdays
Date Event
1606-11-12

Jeanne Mance, Langres, French Canadian settler (founded first hospital in North America)

1608-05-15

René Goupil, French Catholic missionary (Canadian Martyrs) (d. 1642)

1620-04-17

Marguerite Bourgeoys, Troyes France, founder of the Congregation of Notre Dame (first Canadian saint)

1645-09-21

Louis Joliet, Canadian explorer (d. 1700)

1665-06-04

Zacharie Robutel de La Noue, Canadian soldier (d. 1733)

1678-03-03

Madeleine de Verchères, French Canadian heroine (d. 1747)

1685-11-17

Pierre Gaultier, French-Canadian trader and explorer (d. 1749)

1698-11-22

Pierre de Rigaud, Canadian-born French Governor (d. 1778)

1701-07-15

Pierre Joubert, became oldest known Canadian (113 y 124 d at death)

1701-10-15

Marie-Marguerite d'Youville, first native Canadian canonized (d. 1771)

1714-12-21

John Bradstreet, Canadian-born soldier (d. 1774)

1721-11-22

Joseph Frederick Wallet DesBarres, Swiss-born Canadian statesman (d. 1824)

1744-10-06

James McGill, Scottish-Canadian businessman and philanthropist (d. 1813)

1746-11-15

Joseph Quesnel, French Canadian composer and playwright (d. 1809)

1770-04-30

David Thompson, English/Canadian explorer (Columbia River)

1775-09-13

Laura Secord, Canadian war heroine (d. 1868)

1786-10-07

Louis-Joseph Papineau, Canadian lawyer and politician (d. 1871)

1786-10-30

Philippe-Joseph Aubert de Gaspé, French Canadian writer (d. 1871)

1787-05-07

Jacques Viger, French Canadian politician, first mayor of Montreal (d. 1858)

1795-10-05

Alexander Keith, Scottish-born Canadian brewer (d. 1873)

1796-03-24

John Corry Wilson Daly, Canadian politician (d. 1878)

1796-10-04

John Richardson, Canadian writer (Wacousta, or the prophecy)

1796-12-17

Thomas Chandler Haliburton, Canadian novelist (d. 1865)

1797-05-02

Abraham Gesner, Cornwallis Nova Scotia, Canadian geologist (inventor of kerosene)

1799-01-22

Ludger Duvernay, Canadian printer and publisher (d. 1852)

1802-10-25

Joseph Montferrand, Canadian logger and strong man (d. 1864)

1804-02-19

David Wark, Canadian politician (d. 1905)

1804-12-13

Joseph Howe, Canadian politician (d. 1873)

1806-12-09

Jean-Olivier Chénier, French Canadian physician and Patriote (d. 1838)

1807-10-04

Louis-Hippolyte Lafontaine, French Canadian politician, prime minister of the Province of Canada (d. 1864)

1809-06-15

François-Xavier Garneau, French-Canadian poet and historian (d. 1866)

1810-09-03

Paul Kane, Canadian painter (d. 1871)

1811-12-02

Jean-Charles Chapais, French Canadian politician, Father of the Canadian Confederation (d. 1885)

1814-09-06

George Cartier, (C) Canadian co-PM (1858-62)

1815-06-19

Cornelius Krieghoff, Canadian painter (d. 1872)

1816-03-07

James Donnelly, Irish-Canadian patriarch of the Donnelly family (Black Donnelly massacre)

1817-09-06

Alexander Tilloch Galt, a Canadian founding father

1820-05-30

Pierre-Joseph-Olivier Chauveau, French Canadian politician (d. 1890)

1820-08-12

Oliver Mowat, a founder of the Canadian Confederation

1820-08-16

Andrew Rainsford Wetmore, Canadian politician (d. 1892)

1820-10-13

John William Dawson, Canadian geologist (d. 1899)

1821-03-12

John Abbott, Saint-Andre Quebec, (C) 3rd Canadian PM (1891-92)

1823-06-02

Gédéon Ouimet, French Canadian politician (d. 1905)

1824-02-03

Ranald MacDonald, Canadian-born Scottish educator and interpreter (d. 1894)

1825-04-13

Thomas D'Arcy McGee, Canadian journalist and politician (d. 1868)

1827-01-07

Sir Sandford Fleming, Scottish-Canadian engineer; introduced Universal Standard Time (d. 1915)

1827-04-16

Octave Crémazie, French Canadian poet (d. 1879)

1827-08-22

Ezra Butler Eddy, Canadian businessman, industrialist and politician (d. 1906)

1827-12-10

Eugene O'Keefe, Canadian businessman and brewer (d. 1913)

1829-12-05

Henri-Gustave Joly de Lotbinière, French Canadian politician (d. 1908)

1831-05-01

Emily Stowe, Canadian physician and suffragist (d. 1903)

1839-05-08

Adolphe-Basile Routhier, French Canadian lyricist (O Canada) (d. 1920)

1839-11-16

Louis-Honoré Fréchette, French Canadian poet (d. 1908)

1840-01-10

Louis Nazaire Bégin, French Canadian archbishop and cardinal (d. 1925)

1840-09-26

Louis-Olivier Taillon, French Canadian politician (d. 1923)

1840-11-09

Joseph-Adolphe Chapleau, French Canadian lawyer (d. 1898)

1840-11-30

Henry Birks, Canadian businessman (d. 1928)

1841-04-15

Joseph E. Seagram, Canadian distillery founder (d. 1919)

1841-11-20

Wilfrid Laurier, (L) 7th Canadian PM (1896-1911)

1843-08-23

William Southam, Canadian newspaper publisher (d. 1932)

1844-02-20

Joshua Slocum, Canadian seaman and adventurer (d. 1909)

1845-08-09

André Bessette, Canadian religious figure (d. 1937)

1847-11-01

Emma Albani, Canadian soprano (d. 1930)

1847-11-16

Edmund James Flynn, Canadian politician (d. 1927)

1848-01-19

John F. Stairs, Canadian businessman (d. 1904)

1848-02-24

C Grant B Allen, Canadian writer (Woman Who Did)

1848-08-30

Andrew Onderdonk, Canadian railway contractor (d. 1905)

1850-02-20

Nérée Beauchemin, Canadian physician and poet (d. 1931)

1853-12-19

Charles Fitzpatrick, Canadian politician, lieutenant-governor of Quebec (d. 1942)\

1854-06-08

Douglas Colin Cameron, Canadian politician (d. 1921)

1854-06-26

Robert Borden, Grand-Pre Nova Scotia, (C) 8th Canadian PM (1911-20)

1855-09-12

Simon-Napoléon Parent, Canadian politician (d. 1920)

1858-06-01

William W Campbell, Canadian poet (Beyond the Hills of Dream)

1861-04-15

Bliss Carman, Canadian poet (d. 1929)

1861-07-25

Andrew Cowper Lawson, Anstruther Scotland, Scottish-Canadian Geologist who was the first person to identify and name the San Andreas Fault

1863-05-14

John Charles Fields, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, Canadian mathematician and founder of the Fields Medal

1863-07-01

William Grant Stairs, Canadian explorer (d. 1892)

1863-10-10

Louis Cyr, French Canadian strongman (d. 1912)

1865-04-10

Jack Miner, Canadian conservationist (d. 1944)

1865-11-17

John S Plaskett, Canadian astronomer (Plaskett's twins)

1868-09-01

Henri Bourassa, French Canadian politician and publisher (d. 1952)

1868-09-17

James Alexander Calder, Canadian politician (d. 1956)

1870-07-03

Richard Bedford Bennett, Hopewell Hill New Brunswick, (C) 11th Canadian PM (1930-35)

1870-08-11

Walter Bowman, Canadian soccer player (d. ?)

1871-05-19

Reginald Aldworth Daly, Napanee Ontario, Canadian-American Geologist who independently developed the theory of magmatic stopping

1871-12-13

Emily Carr, Canadian artist (d. 1945)

1872-11-30

John McCrae, Guelph Ontario, Canadian physician, soldier and poet (In Flanders Fields)

1873-01-10

George Orton, Canadian athlete (d. 1958)

1873-02-01

Joseph Allard, Canadian fiddler (d. 1947)

1873-02-04

Étienne Desmarteau, Canadian athlete (d. 1905)

1873-05-04

Joe De Grasse, Canadian film director (d. 1940)

1873-09-20

Sidney Olcott, Canadian film director (d. 1949)

1874-01-16

Robert Service, England, Canadian poet (Cremation of Sam McGee)

1874-07-29

James Shaver Woodsworth, Canadian politician (d. 1942)

1874-11-30

Lucy Maud Montgomery, Clifton Prince Edward Island, Canadian author (Anne of Green Gables)

1874-12-17

William Lyon Mackenzie King, (L), 10th Canadian PM (1921-30, 1935-48)

1875-06-12

Sam De Grasse, Canadian actor (d. 1953)

1875-12-05

Sir Arthur Currie, Canadian soldier (d. 1933)

1876-01-01

Harriet Brooks, Canadian physicist (d. 1933)

1876-09-06

John J R Macleod, Scottish/Canadian physiologist (Nobel 1923)

1876-10-06

Ernest Lapointe, French-Canadian politician (d. 1941)

1877-03-25

Walter Little, Canadian politician (d. 1961)

1877-08-05

Tom Thomson, Canadian painter (d. 1917)

1878-01-13

Lionel Groulx, Canadian nationalist (d. 1967)

1878-12-30

William Aberhart, Canadian politician (d. 1943)

1878-12-31

Elizabeth Arden, Canadian businesswoman (d. 1966)

1879-01-15

Mazo de la Roche, Canadian author (d. 1961)

1879-03-18

Cluny MacPherson, St. John's Newfoundland, Canadian doctor (inventor of the gas mask)

1879-03-20

Maud Menten, Canadian biochemist (d. 1960)

1879-07-27

Jack Laviolette, Canadian ice hockey player (d. 1960)

1880-03-22

Ernie Quigley, Canadian-American sports official (d. 1960)

1880-04-13

Charles Christie, Canadian film studio owner (d. 1955)

1881-06-17

Tommy Burns, Hanover Ontario, Canadian boxer

1881-11-24

Al Christie, Canadian-born film director and producer (d. 1951)

1882-02-01

Louis St. Laurent, Compton Quebec, (L) 12th Canadian PM (1948-57)

1882-06-09

Bobby Kerr, Canadian sprinter (d. 1963)

1882-06-24

Athanase David, Canadian politician and businessman (d. 1953)

1882-10-03

A. Y. Jackson, Canadian painter (d. 1974)

1883-03-04

Sam Langford, Canadian boxer (d. 1956)

1883-03-05

Marius Barbeau, French Canadian ethnographer and folklorist (b. 1969)

1883-09-01

Didier Pitre, French Canadian ice hockey player (d. 1934)

1883-11-19

Ned Sparks, Canadian actor (d. 1957)

1883-12-27

Cyrus S. Eaton, Cumberland County, Nova Scotia, Canadian-American financier, industrialist and steel magnate (d. 1979)

1884-02-18

Andrew Watson Myles, Canadian politician (d. 1970)

1884-09-26

J. P. Bickell, Canadian businessman and sports team owner (d. 1951)

1885-02-04

Cairine Ray Wilson, Montreal, 1st female Canadian senator (appointed)

1885-10-23

Lawren Harris, Canadian painter (d. 1970)

1885-12-21

Frank Patrick, Canadian hockey player (d. 1960)

1886-01-02

Florence Lawrence, Canadian actress (d. 1938)

1886-01-13

Art Ross, Canadian ice hockey player and executive (d. 1964)

1886-08-02

John Alexander Douglas McCurdy Canadian Aviator (d. 1961)

1887-01-21

Georges Vezina, Chicoutimi Quebec, Canadian ice hockey goalie (Vezina Trophy)

1887-04-13

Gordon S. Fahrni, Canadian physician and President of the Canadian Medical Association (d. 1995)

1887-06-21

Norman L. Bowen, Canadian petrologist (d. 1956)

1887-10-08

Huntley Gordon, Canadian actor (d. 1956)

1888-04-23

Georges Vanier, French-Canadian soldier and diplomat (d. 1967)

1888-04-27

Florence La Badie, Canadian actress (d. 1917)

1888-04-28

Henry DG Crerar, Canadian general (WW I/Italy/Netherland)

1888-10-23

Onésime Gagnon, Canadian politician (d. 1961)

1889-01-06

Alan M Bateman, Canadian geologist (Yale professor)

1889-07-09

Leo Dandurand, American-born Canadian hockey executive (d. 1964)

1890-08-10

Angus L. MacDonald, Canadian politician (d. 1954)

1891-01-26

Wilder Penfield, American-born Canadian neurosurgeon (d. 1976)

1891-11-14

Frederick Banting, Canadian physician, recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (d. 1941)

1891-12-23

Cy Denneny, Farran's Point Ontario, Canadian ice hockey hall of famer

1892-02-04

E. J. Pratt, Canadian poet (d. 1964)

1892-07-19

Dick Irvin, Canadian ice hockey player and coach (d. 1957)

1892-07-31

Joseph Charbonneau, French-Canadian Roman Catholic archbishop (d. 1959)

1892-11-20

James B Collip, Canadian biochemist/physiologist (insulin)

1892-12-27

Alfred Edwin McKay, Canadian World War One flying ace (d. 1917)

1893-05-07

Frank J. Selke, Canadian ice hockey manager (d. 1985)

1894-02-08

Billy Bishop [William Bishop], Owen Sound, Ontario, Canadian First World War flying ace

1894-06-11

Dai Vernon (David Frederick Wingfield Verner), Canadian magician, The Professor (d. 1992)

1894-11-03

William George Barker, Dauphin Manitoba, Canadian flying ace (Victoria Cross recipient)

1895-02-15

Earl Thomson, Canadian athlete (d. 1971)

1895-04-30

Philippe Panneton, French Canadian physician, diplomat and writer (d. 1960)

1895-06-14

Jack Adams, Canadian ice hockey player, coach and general manager (d. 1968)

1895-06-26

George Hainsworth, Toronto Ontario, Canadian ice hockey player

1895-08-22

Paul Comtois, French Canadian politician (d. 1966)

1895-09-18

John Diefenbaker, Neustadt Ontario, 13th Canadian PM (C) (1957-63)

1896-03-08

Charlotte Whitton, Canadian politician (d. 1975)

1896-04-20

Wop May, Canadian aviator (d. 1952)

1896-07-10

Thérèse Casgrain, French Canadian politician and senator (d. 1981)

1896-08-15

Catherine Doherty, Russian-born Canadian activist (d. 1985)

1896-08-18

Jack Pickford, Canadian-born actor (d. 1933)

1896-08-31

Félix-Antoine Savard, French-Canadian priest and novelist (d. 1982)

1896-09-10

Robert Taschereau, Canadian judge and politician (d. 1970)

1897-01-23

Sir William Samuel Stephenson, Canadian soldier, W.W.II codename, Intrepid. Inspiration for James Bond. (d. 1989)

1897-04-23

Lester B. Pearson, 14th Canadian Prime Minister (1963-68) (Nobel 1957)

1897-06-29

Fulgence Charpentier, French-Canadian journalist (d. 2001)

1898-04-19

Sybil Andrews, English/Canadian painter

1898-05-17

Alfred Joseph Casson, Canadian painter (d. 1992)

1898-07-17

Osmond Borradaile, Canadian cinematographer (d. 1999)

1898-11-08

Marie Prevost, Canadian actress (d. 1937)

1899-02-27

Charles Herbert Best, Washington County, Maine, American-Canadian physiologist/co-discoverer (Insulin)

1899-03-14

K.C. Irving, Canadian industrialist (d. 1992)

1899-05-26

Antonio Barrette, French Canadian politician (d. 1968)

1899-11-17

Douglas Shearer, Canadian film sound engineer (d. 1971)

1900-02-20

Graham Spry, St Thomas Ontario, Canadian radio pioneer

1900-05-24

Lionel Conacher, Canadian athlete and politician (d. 1954)

1900-05-25

Alain Grandbois, French Canadian poet (d. 1975)

1900-09-06

W.A.C. Bennett, Canadian politician (d. 1979)

1900-10-19

Roy Worters, Canadian ice hockey goaltender (d. 1957)

1900-12-24

Joey Smallwood, Canadian politician, Premier of Newfoundland (d. 1991)

1901-06-01

Hap Day, Canadian hockey player and manager (d. 1990)

1901-07-30

Alfred Lépine, Canadian ice hockey player and coach (d. 1955)

1901-08-29

Aurel Joliat, Canadian ice hockey player (d. 1986)

1901-09-12

Ben Blue, Montreal, Quebec, Canadian actor and comedian (Accidental Family, Frank Sinatra Show)

1902-04-14

Sylvio Mantha, Canadian ice hockey player (d. 1974)

1902-06-21

Howie Morenz, Mitchell Quebec, Canadian professional ice hockey player

1902-08-10

Norma Shearer, Canadian actress (d. 1983)

1902-10-22

Frank Spedding, Hamilton Ontario, Canadian Chemist whose uranium extraction process helped make possible the first atomic bomb

1902-11-21

Foster Hewitt, Canadian radio pioneer (d. 1985)

1902-11-22

Albert Leduc, Canadian ice hockey player (d. 1990)

1903-02-25

King Clancy, Canadian ice hockey player (d. 1986)

1903-04-02

Lionel Chevrier, Canadian politician (d. 1987)

1903-04-23

Guy Simonds, youngest general officer in the Canadian army (d 1974)

1903-06-23

Paul Joseph James Martin, Canadian politician (d. 1992)

1903-07-16

Carmen Lombardo, Canadian musician (d. 1971)

1903-10-04

Bona Arsenault, French Canadian politician, historian and genealogist (d. 1993)

1904-05-28

Eugene Forsey, The Canadian Federation

1904-06-26

Frank Scott Hogg, Canadian astronomer (d. 1951)

1904-10-20

Tommy Clement Douglas, Canadian politician (d. 1986)

1904-10-20

Tommy Douglas, Falkirk Scotland, Canadian politician ("Father of Medicare")

1904-11-05

Cooney Weiland, Canadian hockey player (d. 1985)

1904-11-26

Armand Frappier, French-Canadian physician and microbiologist (d. 1991)

1905-03-27

Elsie MacGill, Canadian aeronautical engineer (d. 1980)

1905-04-22

Robert Choquette, French Canadian novelist, poet and diplomat (d. 1991)

1905-04-30

John Peters Humphrey, Hampton, New Brunswick, Canadian jurist and human rights advocate (Universal Declaration on Human Rights)

1905-05-01

Paul Desruisseaux, French Canadian lawyer, businessman and politician (d. 1982)

1905-06-23

Jack Pickersgill, Canadian politician (d. 1997)

1905-09-21

Robert Lebel, French Canadian ice hockey executive (d. 1999)

1905-10-26

George Flahiff, Canadian Cardinal (d. 1989)

1905-12-01

Alexander Wilson, Canadian and Notre Dame athlete (d. 1994)

1906-04-08

Raoul Jobin, French Canadian tenor (d. 1974)

1906-05-16

Alfred Pellan, French Canadian painter (d. 1988)

1906-07-27

Herbert Jasper, Canadian physiologist and neurologist (d. 1999)

1906-12-10

Walter Zinn, Kitchener Ontario, Canadian-American Nuclear-Physicist (invented the breeder reactor)

1906-12-16

Barbara Kent, Canadian actress

1907-04-16

Joseph-Armand Bombardier, French-Canadian inventor and businessman (Bombardier) (d. 1964)

1907-05-29

Hartland Molson, Canadian businessman and senator (d. 2002)

1907-11-22

Bernard Naylor, Canadian Landscape

1908-05-19

Percy Williams, Canadian athlete (d. 1982)

1908-06-12

Alphonse Ouimet, Canadian TV pioneer and president of the CBC (d. 1988)

1908-06-18

Stanley Knowles, Canadian politician (d. 1997)

1908-10-24

John Tuzo Wilson, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Canadian geologist (contributions to plate tectonics)

1908-11-10

Charles Merritt, Canadian Army officer and Victoria Cross recipient (d. 2000)

1909-03-22

Gabrielle Roy, French-Canadian novelist (Tin Flute)

1909-05-09

Don Messer, Canadian country musician (d. 1973)

1909-05-28

Red Horner, Canadian hockey player (d. 2005)

1909-06-17

Ralph E. Winters, Canadian film editor (d. 2004)

1909-09-01

E. Herbert Norman, Canadian diplomat (d. 1957)

1909-09-12

Donald MacDonald, O.C., LL.D. former president of the Canadian Labour Congress and politician (d.1986)

1910-02-05

Charles Leblond, Canadian Cell Biologist (d. 2007)

1910-04-02

Paul Triquet, Canadian military officer (d. 1980)

1910-08-25

Ruby Keeler, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canadian actress, singer, and dancer (Dames, 42nd Street)

1910-09-15

George D Kilpatrick, Canadian/British bible scholar

1910-10-13

Otto Joachim, The Canadian Pavilion, Expo 67

1910-12-01

Louis Slotin, Winnipeg Manitoba, Canadian Physicist and Chemist (Manhattan Project, Los Alamos) who assembled the plutonium core for 'Trinity', the first detonated atomic device

1911-03-03

Hugues Lapointe, Canadian politician and Lieutenant governor of Quebec (d. 1982)

1911-04-13

Jean-Louis Lévesque, Canadian entrepreneur and philanthropist (d. 1994)

1911-05-11

Mitchell Sharp, Canadian politician (d. 2004)

1911-09-18

Syd Howe, Canadian ice hockey player (d. 1976)

1911-10-24

Paul Grégoire, French Canadian archbishop of Montreal (d. 1993)

1911-12-01

Calvin Griffith, Canadian-born baseball executive (d. 1999)

1912-01-03

Renaude Lapointe, Canadian journalist and senator (d. 2002)

1912-03-12

Irving Layton, Canadian poet (d. 2006)

1912-05-13

Gil Evans, Canadian musician (d. 1988)

1912-06-13

Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau, French Canadian poet (d. 1943)

1912-07-14

Northrop Frye, Canadian literary critic (d. 1991)

1912-08-21

Toe Blake, Canadian ice hockey player and coach (d. 1995)

1913-06-12

Jean Victor Allard, Canadian army general (d. 1996)

1913-08-11

Paul Dupuis, French Canadian actor (d. 1976)

1913-12-27

Elizabeth Smart, Ottawa Ontario, Canadian author (By Grand Central Station I Sat Down and Wept)

1914-02-02

Eric Kierans, Canadian politician and economist (d. 2004)

1914-03-13

W.O. Mitchell, Canadian writer (d. 1998)

1914-03-19

Leonidas Alaoglu, Greek-Canadian mathematician (d. 1981)

1914-04-11

Norman McLaren, Canadian film animator and director (d. 1987)

1914-05-19

Alex Shibicky, Canadian ice hockey player (d. 2005)

1914-07-10

Joe Shuster, Canadian-born cartoonist (d. 1992)

1914-08-12

Ruth Lowe, Canadian pianist and composer (I'll Never Smile Again) (d. 1981)

1915-01-05

Arthur H. Robinson, Canadian-born cartographer (d. 2004)

1915-02-02

Stan Leonard, Canadian professional golfer (d. 2005)

1915-05-03

Stu Hart, Canadian professional wrestler and trainer (d. 2003)

1915-06-10

Saul Bellow, Lachine Quebec, Canadian-born American author (Mr Sammler's Planet, Nobel 1976)

1915-08-19

Alfred Rouleau, French Canadian businessman and administrator (Desjardins Group) (d. 1985)

1915-10-25

Ivan M. Niven, Canadian mathematician (d. 1999)

1916-01-10

Don Metz, Canadian ice hockey player (d. 2007)

1916-05-03

Léopold Simoneau, French Canadian tenor (d. 2006)

1916-06-04

Fernand Leduc, Canadian painter (The Automatistes)

1916-08-01

Anne Hébert, French Canadian author and poet (d. 2000)

1916-09-05

Frank Shuster, Canadian comedian (Wayne and Shuster) (d. 2002)

1916-12-07

Jean Carignan, French Canadian fiddler (d. 1988)

1917-01-12

Jimmy Skinner, Canadian hockey coach (d. 2007)

1917-04-11

Danny Gallivan, Canadian radio and television sportscaster (d. 1993)

1917-04-18

Ty LaForest, Canadian baseball player (d. 1947)

1917-05-20

Guy Favreau, French Canadian lawyer (d. 1967)

1917-06-18

Arthur Tremblay, Canadian politician (d. 1996)

1917-07-25

Whipper Billy Watson, Canadian professional wrestler (d. 1990)

1917-09-12

Pierre Sévigny, Canadian politician (d. 2004)

1917-09-26

Réal Caouette, French Canadian politician (d. 1976)

1917-10-31

Thomas Hill, Canadian actor

1917-12-06

Irv Robbins, Canadian-American entrepreneur (d. 2008)

1918-01-18

Gustave Gingras, French Canadian physician (d. 1996)

1918-01-22

Elmer Lach, Canadian ice hockey player

1918-02-22

Sid Abel, Melville, Saskatchewan, Canadian NHL hockey player (1948-49 Hart Trophy)

1918-03-05

Red Storey, Canadian football player and ice hockey referee (d. 2006)

1918-03-15

Punch Imlach, Canadian hockey coach and general manager (d. 1987)

1918-08-05

Betty Oliphant, Canadian ballerina (d. 2004)

1918-08-21

Billy Reay, Canadian ice hockey player (d. 2004)

1918-10-14

Marcel Chaput, French Canadian politician (d. 1991)

1919-04-17

Gilles Lamontagne, French Canadian politician

1919-05-14

Solange Chaput-Rolland, French-Canadian journalist and politician (d. 2001)

1919-05-26

Jay Silverheels, Canadian actor (Tonto-Lone Ranger)

1919-06-21

Gérard Pelletier, French Canadian journalist, politician, and diplomat (d. 1997)

1919-09-16

Laurence J. Peter, Canadian born educator and writer (d. 1990)

1919-10-18

Pierre Elliott Trudeau, (L) 15th Canadian PM (1968-79, 1980-84)

1919-10-18

Ric Nordman, Canadian politician (d. 1996)

1919-12-25

Paul David, French Canadian cardiologist, founder of the Montreal Heart Institute (d. 1999)

1919-9-04

Bluma Appell, The 4th Annual Canadian Comedy Awards

1920-02-23

Paul Gérin-Lajoie, French Canadian politician

1920-02-25

Gérard Bessette, Canadian author (d. 2005)

1920-03-01

Max Bentley, Canadian ice hockey player (d. 1984)

1920-06-16

Raymond U. Lemieux, Canadian scientist (d. 2002)

1920-07-12

Pierre Berton, Whitehorse Yukon, Canadian author (War of 1812)

1920-08-03

Elmar Tampõld, Estonian-Canadian architect

1920-11-26

Daniel Petrie, Canadian-born television and movie director (d. 2004)

1920-12-17

Kenneth E. Iverson, Canadian computer scientist (d. 2004)

1920-12-21

Jean Gascon, Canadian actor (d. 1988)

1921-01-02

Glen Harmon, Canadian ice hockey player (d. 2007)

1921-01-09

Lister Sinclair, Canadian broadcaster and playwright (d. 2006)

1921-03-15

Stafford Smythe, Canadian hockey executive (d. 1971)

1921-04-01

Ken Reardon, Canadian ice hockey player

1921-04-20

Janine Sutto, French Canadian actress

1921-04-30

Donald Jamieson, The Canadian Federation

1921-05-12

Farley Mowat, Canadian writer and naturalist

1921-06-25

Celia Franca, Canadian ballet dancer (d. 2007)

1921-07-12

Bob Fillion, French Canadian ice hockey player

1921-08-25

Bryce Mackasey, Canadian politician (d. 1999)

1921-09-15

Norma MacMillan, Canadian actress (d. 2001)

1921-11-09

Pierrette Alarie, Canadian soprano

1921-9-20

Virginia Belmont, Dangers of the Canadian Mounted

1922-03-24

Onna White, Canadian choreographer (d. 2005)

1922-04-26

Jeanne Sauvé, French Canadian politician (d. 1993)

1922-06-07

Leo Reise, Canadian ice hockey player

1922-06-09

Fernand Seguin, Canadian biochemist - Radio and TV animator (d. 1988)

1922-06-23

Hal Laycoe, Canadian ice hockey player (d. 1998)

1922-07-13

Ken Mosdell, Canadian ice hockey player (d. 2006)

1922-07-24

Madeleine Ferron, French Canadian writer

1922-09-01

Yvonne DeCarlo, Vancouver British Columbia, Canadian actress (10 Commandments, Lily-Munsters)

1922-09-07

Lucien Jarraud, Canadian radio host (d. 2007)

1923-01-07

Hugh Kenner, Canadian literary critic (d. 2003)

1923-03-19

Henry Morgentaler, Canadian gynecologist

1923-03-30

Milton Acorn, Canadian poet (d. 1986)

1923-06-07

Jules Deschênes, Canadian jurist (d. 2000)

1923-11-12

Royce Frith, The Canadian Federation

1924-04-08

Frédéric Back, German-born Canadian short film director and screenwriter

1924-04-29

Al Balding, Toronto Ont, Canadian Tour golfer (Quebec Open-1952)

1924-06-02

June Callwood, Canadian jounalist and activist (d. 2007)

1924-07-05

Niels Jannasch, Canadian historian and museum curator (d. 2001)

1924-07-20

Mort Garson, Canadian composer

1924-07-29

Lloyd Bochner, Canadian actor (d. 2005)

1924-09-08

Mimi Parent, Canadian painter (d. 2005)

1924-09-11

Rudolf Vrba, Jewish Canadian professor, Holocaust survivor (d. 2006)

1924-10-05

Barbara Kelly, Canadian-born actress (d. 2007)

1924-10-18

Hugh Allan "Buddy" MacMaster, Canadian musician

1924-11-02

Father David Bauer, Canadian ice hockey player (d. 1988)

1924-11-04

Howie Meeker, Canadian ice hockey player and politician

1924-12-19

Doug Harvey, Montreal Quebec, Canadian ice hockey player

1924-12-20

Judy LaMarsh, Canadian politician and broadcaster (d. 1980)

1925-01-14

Louis Quilico, Canadian baritone (d. 2000)

1925-03-31

Jean Coutu, French Canadian actor (d. 1999)

1925-04-04

Claude Wagner, French-Canadian politician and judge (d. 1979)

1925-04-11

Pierre Péladeau, Canadian businessman and newspaper editor (Quebecor) (d. 1997)

1925-05-19

Guy Provost, French Canadian actor (d. 2004)

1925-07-29

Ted Lindsay, Renfrew Ontario, Canadian hockey player

1925-08-02

John McCormack, Canadian ice hockey player

1925-08-15

Oscar Peterson, Montreal Quebec, Canadian jazz pianist and composer

1925-08-18

Pierre Grondin, French Canadian cardiac surgeon (d. 2006)

1925-08-19

Claude Gauvreau, Canadian playwright (d. 1971)

1925-09-07

Allan Blakeney, Canadian politician

1925-10-10

Great Antonio, Croatian-Canadian strongman (d. 2001)

1925-10-21

Louis J. Robichaud, Canadian premier of New Brunswick (d. 2005)

1925-12-15

Sam Pollock, Canadian ice hockey general manager

1926-01-01

Richard Verreau, French-Canadian tenor (d. 2005)

1926-01-09

Jean-Pierre Côté, Canadian politician, Lieutenant governor of Quebec (d. 2002)

1926-02-11

Leslie Nielsen, Canadian actor (Forbidden Planet, Naked Gun)

1926-02-27

David H. Hubel, Canadian neuroscientist, Nobel Prize laureate, (d. 2013)

1926-04-17

Gerry McNeil, Canadian ice hockey player (d. 2004)

1926-05-26

Phyllis Gotlieb, Canadian author

1926-07-18

Margaret Laurence, Canadian writer (d. 1987)

1926-08-20

Nobby Wirkowski, American and Canadian football player and coach

1926-09-04

Bert Olmstead, Canadian ice hockey player

1926-10-13

Walter "Killer" Kowalski (wrestler) Canadian Wrestler (d. 2008)

1926-11-11

Harry Lumley, Canadian ice hockey player (d. 1998)

1927-01-01

Calum MacKay, Canadian hockey player (d. 2001)

1927-01-04

Paul Desmarais, Canadian businessman

1927-07-09

Red Kelly, Canadian ice hockey player

1927-07-10

Suzanne Cloutier, Canadian film actor (d. 2003)

1927-09-27

Steve Stavro, Canadian businessman (d. 2006)

1928-01-02

Avie Bennett, Canadian philanthropist

1928-02-18

Tom Johnson, Canadian ice hockey player

1928-02-26

Monique Leyrac, French Canadian singer and actress

1928-03-09

Gerald Bull, Canadian long range artillery designer (d. 1990)

1928-03-17

William John McKeag, Canadian politician (d. 2007)

1928-04-30

Hugh Hood, Canadian author (d. 2000)

1928-05-23

Pauline Julien, French Canadian singer (d. 1998)

1928-07-21

Marcel Gauthier, Canadian wrestler (d. 1998)

1928-07-26

Peter Lougheed, Canadian politician

1928-08-26

Peter Appleyard, Canadian jazz vibraphonist, (d. 2013)

1928-08-26

Naïm Kattan, Canadian novelist and essayist

1928-09-01

Clifford Lincoln, Canadian politician

1928-09-10

Jean Vanier, Canadian disabilities advocate

1928-09-15

Rod Robbie, Poole, England, Canadian architect and planner (Roger's Centre/ Sky Dome, Toronto), (d. 2012)

1928-12-28

Moe Koffman, Canadian musician (d. 2001)

1929-01-17

Jacques Plante, Notre-Dame-du-Mont-Carmel, Canadian Ice Hockey goalie (first to wear a goaltender mask)

1929-01-23

John Polanyi, Berlin, Canadian chemist (Nobel 1986)

1929-01-30

Lucille Teasdale-Corti, Canadian surgeon and international aid worker (d. 1996)

1929-02-17

Paul Meger, Canadian ice hockey player

1929-02-28

Joseph Rouleau, French Canadian bass opera singer

1929-05-12

Dollard St. Laurent, Canadian ice hockey player

1929-05-14

Gump Worsley, Canadian ice hockey player (d. 2007)

1929-05-14

Barbara Branden, Canadian writer and lecturer, (d. 2013)

1929-05-16

Claude Morin, French Canadian politician

1929-06-07

John Turner, Richmond England, (L) 17th Canadian PM (1984)

1929-07-10

Moe Norman, Kitchener Ont, Canadian Tour golfer (1966 Quebec Open)

1929-07-25

Eddie Mazur, Canadian hockey player (d. 1995)

1929-07-26

Marc Lalonde, French Canadian politician

1929-08-06

Roch La Salle, Canadian politician (d. 2007)

1929-09-14

Maurice Vachon, French Canadian professional wrestler

1929-09-24

Edward M. Lawson, Canadian politician

1929-10-07

Graeme Ferguson, Canadian filmmaker and executive

1929-10-14

Yvon Durelle, Canadian boxer (d. 2007)

1929-10-24

Hubert Aquin, French-Canadian novelist and activist (d. 1977)

1929-11-09

Marc Favreau, French Canadian humourist (d. 2005)

1929-11-21

Laurier LaPierre, Canadian journalist, broadcaster and senator

1929-12-13

Christopher Plummer, Toronto Ontario, Canadian actor (Sound of Music, Doll's House)

1930-01-12

[Miles] Tim Horton, Cochrane Ontario, Canadian ice hockey player and co-founder of Tim Hortons

1930-04-09

Nathaniel Branden, Canadian psychotherapist

1930-06-29

Viola Léger, Acadian-Canadian actress

1930-07-12

Gordon Pinsent, Canadian actor, director, and writer

1930-08-20

Mario Bernardi, Canadian conductor

1930-08-25

Graham Jarvis, Toronto, Ontario, Canadian actor (Mary Hartman, Misery)

1930-08-29

Jacques Bouchard, Canadian advertising executive (d. 2006)

1930-11-14

Monique Mercure, French Canadian actress

1930-9-21

John Morgan, Royal Canadian Air Farce

1931-01-30

John Crosbie, Canadian politician

1931-03-14

Bob Goalby, golfer (British Open-1968, Canadian Open-1968, NZ-1970)

1931-04-09

Richard Hatfield, Canadian politician (d. 1991)

1931-04-09

Richard Hatfield, The Canadian Federation

1931-04-14

Paul Masnick, Canadian ice hockey player

1931-04-19

Walter Stewart, Canadian journalist (d. 2004)

1931-05-16

Denise Filiatrault, French Canadian actress and director

1931-07-06

Jean Campeau, French Canadian businessman and politician

1931-07-23

Guy Fournier, French Canadian author and screenwriter

1931-08-18

Bramwell Tillsley, Canadian Salvation Army general

1931-09-23

Gerald Stairs Merrithew, Canadian educator (d. 2004)

1931-11-13

Andrée Lachapelle, French Canadian actress

1931-12-04

Alex Delvecchio, Canadian ice hockey player

1931-12-17

Dave Madden, Canadian-born American actor, (d. 2014)

1932-01-20

Lou Fontinato, Canadian ice hockey player

1932-03-19

Gay Robert Brewer, Middletwon OH, PGA golfer (1972 Canadian)

1932-03-23

Don Marshall, Canadian ice hockey player

1932-07-13

Hubert Reeves, Canadian astrophysicist

1932-08-09

John Gomery, Canadian jurist

1932-08-11

Israel Asper, Canadian tax lawyer (d. 2003)

1932-09-24

Dominique Michel, French Canadian comedian

1932-10-04

Milan Chvostek, Canadian television director

1932-11-01

Al Arbour, Canadian ice hockey player and coach

1933-01-01

Frederick Lowy, Canadian educator

1933-03-09

Mel Lastman, Canadian politician

1933-03-29

Jacques Brault, French Canadian poet

1933-04-24

Alan Eagleson, Canadian ice hockey agent and promoter

1933-05-27

Ted Rogers, Canadian entrepreneur

1933-07-08

Antonio Lamer, French Canadian lawyer and chief justice

1933-07-28

Charlie Hodge, French Canadian ice hockey goaltender

1933-10-12

Guido Molinari, Canadian painter (d. 2004)

1933-10-31

Phil Goyette, Canadian ice hockey player

1934-01-07

Jean Corbeil, Canadian politician (d. 2002)

1934-02-05

Don Cherry, Kingston Ontario, Canadian hockey commentator (Hockey Night in Canada)

1934-03-23

Fernand Gignac, Canadian singer and actor (d. 2006)

1934-07-08

Ed Lumley, Canadian corporate executive and former politician

1934-08-25

Lise Bacon, French Canadian politician

1934-09-08

Rodrigue Biron, Canadian politician

1934-09-11

Oliver Jones, Canadian jazz pianist

1934-11-11

Jim Perry, American and Canadian television host

1934-9-07

Gerry Arbeid, Canadian Bacon

1935-01-08

Ian Bargh, Prestwick, Scotland, Canadian jazz pianist and composer (d.2012)

1935-01-14

Lucille Wheeler, Canadian alpine skier

1935-02-21

Jean Pelletier, French Canadian political operative

1935-05-07

Isobel Warren, Canadian author

1935-05-12

Johnny Bucyk, Canadian ice hockey player

1935-07-17

Donald Sutherland, St John New Brunswick, Canadian actor (M*A*S*H, Body Snatchers)

1935-07-31

Yvon Deschamps, French-Canadian author and humorist

1935-08-03

Vic Vogel, Canadian pianist, composer and bandleader

1935-08-28

Gilles Rocheleau, French Canadian politician (d. 1998)

1935-09-24

Sean McCann, Canadian actor

1935-10-10

André Bureau, French Canadian communications executive

1935-12-21

Edward Schreyer, Canadian politician, Premier of Manitoba

1936-02-09

Stompin' Tom Connors, Canadian country singer, (d. 2013)

1936-03-01

Monique Bégin, French-Canadian politician

1936-03-21

Ed Broadbent, Canadian politician

1936-03-24

David Suzuki, Canadian scientist and environmentalist

1936-04-22

Pierre Hétu, French Canadian conductor and pianist (d. 1998)

1936-05-06

Bernard Lemaire, French Canadian businessman (Cascades)

1936-05-14

Aline Chrétien, Attack on the U.S.A.: Canadian Service of Remembrance

1936-05-27

Marcel Masse, Canadian politician

1936-05-28

Claude Forget, French-Canadian politician

1936-07-18

Ted Harris, Canadian ice hockey player

1936-07-28

Russ Jackson, Canadian football player

1937-01-31

Andrée Boucher, Canadian politician (d. 2007)

1937-02-26

Hagood Hardy, Canadian musician and composer (d. 1997)

1937-05-13

Roch Carrier, Sainte-Justine Quebec, Canadian novelist (The Hockey Sweater)

1937-06-28

George Knudson, Canadian golfer (d. 1989)

1937-07-12

Michel Louvain, French Canadian singer

1937-08-16

David Anderson, Canadian politician

1937-09-12

George Chuvalo, Canadian boxer

1937-10-19

Marilyn Bell, Canadian swimmer

1937-11-09

Clyde Wells, Canadian politician

1937-11-11

Stephen Lewis, Canadian politician and diplomat

1938-01-10

Francis W "Frank" Mahovlich, Timmins Ontario, Canadian ice hockey player

1938-01-13

William B. Davis, Canadian actor

1938-02-22

Pierre Vallières, French-Canadian politician (d. 1995)

1938-05-13

Laurent Beaudoin, French Canadian businessman (Bombardier)

1938-08-02

Pierre de Bané, French Canadian politician

1938-08-12

Jean-Paul L'Allier, Canadian Mayor of Quebec

1938-11-13

Gérald Godin, French Canadian poet and politician (d. 1994)

1938-11-17

Gordon Lightfoot, Orillia Ontario, Canadian folksinger (Sundown)

1939-01-03

Bobby Hull, Pointe Anne Ontario, Canadian NHL forward (Chicago Blackhawk 1957-72)

1939-01-11

Anne Heggtveit, Ottawa, Ontario, Canadian alpine skier (Olympic-gold-1960)

1939-01-31

Claude Gauthier, Canadian singer and songwriter

1939-03-05

Peter Woodcock, Canadian serial killer

1939-03-15

Jack Whyte, Scottish-Canadian author

1939-04-06

André Ouellet, French Canadian politician

1939-05-07

Sidney Altman, Canadian molecular biologist, Nobel laureate

1939-05-18

Gordon O'Connor, Canadian politician

1939-06-05

Joe Clark [Charles Joseph], High River Alberta, (P-C) 16th Canadian PM (1979-80)

1939-07-17

Andrée Champagne, French Canadian actress and politician

1939-08-12

Roy Romanow, Canadian politician

1939-10-05

Marie-Claire Blais, French Canadian author and playwright

1939-10-05

Walter Wolf, Slovenian-born Canadian industrialist

1939-10-25

Robin Spry, Canadian filmmaker and producer (d. 2005)

1939-11-18

Margaret Atwood, Ottawa Ontario, Canadian author/poet

1939-12-02

Francis Fox, Canadian politician, member of the Senate

1939-12-21

Lloyd Axworthy, Canadian politician

1940-02-01

Herve Filion, sulky driver (1969 Canadian Sports Hall of Fame)

1940-03-24

Don Jardine, Canadian professional wrestler (d. 2006)

1940-04-15

Robert Lacroix, French Canadian professor of economics

1940-04-16

Benoît Bouchard, French-Canadian politician

1940-05-08

Irwin Cotler, Canadian politician

1940-05-26

Monique Gagnon-Tremblay, French Canadian politician

1940-06-21

Michael Ruse, Canadian philosopher

1940-06-23

Eugene Ewaschuk, The Canadian Federation

1940-07-11

Yvon Charbonneau, French Canadian union leader and politician

1940-10-29

Galen Weston, English/Canadian industrial/multi-millionaire

1940-11-13

Daniel Pilon, Canadian actor

1940-11-24

Eric Wilson, Canadian children's author.

1940-12-23

Robert Labine, French-Canadian politician

1941-01-19

Pat Patterson, Canadian wrestler

1941-06-21

Joe Flaherty, American-Canadian actor

1941-06-26

Yves Beauchemin, Canadian novelist

1941-07-02

Stéphane Venne, French Canadian songwriter

1941-07-22

Ron Turcotte, Canadian jockey

1941-08-13

Erin Fleming, Canadian actress (d. 2003)

1941-09-23

Simon Nolet, French-Canadian ice hockey player

1941-09-29

Kermit Zarley, Seattle WA, PGA golfer (1970 Canadian Open)

1941-10-20

Bob Panasik, Windsor Ont, Canadian Tour golfer (1986 Canadian TPC)

1942-01-16

René Angélil, Canadian music executive

1942-02-27

Michel Forget, French Canadian actor

1942-03-02

Luc Plamondon, French Canadian lyricist

1942-03-16

Roger Crozier, Canadian ice hockey goaltender (d. 1996)

1942-03-22

Dick Pound, Canadian chairman of the World Anti-Doping Agency

1942-04-10

Nick Auf der Maur, Canadian journalist and politician (d. 1998)

1942-04-26

Michael Kergin, Canadian diplomat

1942-06-10

Preston Manning, Canadian politician

1942-06-25

Michel Tremblay, Canadian playwright

1942-08-01

André Gagnon, French Canadian pianist and composer

1942-08-27

Brian Peckford, Canadian politician

1942-11-01

Ralph Klein, WWF in Your House 16: Canadian Stampede

1942-12-18

Harvey Atkin, Canadian actor

1943-01-09

Elmer MacFadyen, Canadian politician (d. 2007)

1943-01-28

Paul Henderson, Canadian ice hockey player

1943-07-27

John Button, The Canadian Grand Prix

1943-09-11

Raymond Villeneuve, Canadian terrorist

1943-11-13

André-Gilles Fortin, Canadian politician (d. 1977)

1943-11-22

Yvan Cournoyer, Canadian ice hockey player

1943-11-27

Nicole Brossard, French Canadian poet

1944-01-10

Bernard Derome, Canadian news presenter (Le Téléjournal)

1944-02-20

Robert de Cotret, French Canadian politician (d. 1999)

1944-03-08

Buzz Hargrove, Canadian labour leader

1944-06-25

Robert Charlebois, Canadian singer

1944-08-24

Bill Goldsworthy, Canadian ice hockey player (d. 1996)

1944-08-24

Rocky Johnson, Canadian professional wrestler

1944-08-31

Jos LeDuc, Canadian professional wrestler (d. 1999)

1944-09-04

Ron Ward, Canadian ice hockey player

1944-09-30

Diane Dufresne, French Canadian singer

1944-10-30

David Burt, Escape from Iran: The Canadian Caper

1944-11-19

Dennis Hull, Canadian ice hockey player

1944-12-12

Jean Doré, Canadian politician, mayor of Montreal

1945-01-05

Roger Spottiswoode, Canadian-born film director

1945-01-23

Mike Harris, Canadian politician, Premier of Ontario

1945-03-18

Joy Fielding, Canadian novelist and actress

1945-03-20

Jay Ingram, Canadian television host and author

1945-04-24

Doug Riley, Canadian musician (d. 2007)

1945-06-16

Claire Alexander, Canadian ice hockey player

1945-06-16

Lucienne Robillard, Canadian politician

1945-09-26

Louise Beaudoin, French Canadian politician

1945-09-27

Jack Goldstein, Canadian-born artist (d. 2003)

1945-10-22

Yvan Ponton, Canadian actor and television host

1945-11-12

Neil Young, Toronto Ontario, Canadian singer/songwriter (Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young)

1945-11-20

Nanette Workman, American-born Canadian singer and actress

1946-02-06

Kate McGarrigle, Canadian singer and songwriter

1946-03-01

Gerry Boulet, French-Canadian singer (d. 1990)

1946-04-20

Julien Poulin, French Canadian actor

1946-04-28

Ginette Reno, French Canadian singer, songwriter and actress

1946-05-30

Don Ferguson, Royal Canadian Air Farce

1946-06-24

David Collenette, Canadian politician

1946-06-25

Roméo Dallaire, Canadian senator

1946-07-10

Roger Abbott, Royal Canadian Air Farce

1946-10-02

Eric Peterson, Canadian actor

1946-10-05

Jean Perron, Canadian ice hockey coach

1946-10-18

Howard Shore, Canadian film composer

1946-10-22

Claude Charron, French-Canadian politician and TV personality

1946-11-06

Fred Penner, Canadian children's entertainer

1947-01-08

Igor Ivanov, Leningrad, Canadian chess champion (1981-84, 1985- )

1947-01-14

Bill Weberniuk, Canadian snookers player

1947-02-03

Stephen McHattie, Canadian actor

1947-02-10

Louise Arbour, Canadian judge

1947-05-12

Michael Ignatieff, Canadian politician

1947-05-28

Lynn Johnston, Canadian cartoonist

1947-07-18

Steven W. Mahoney, Canadian politician

1947-07-22

Gilles Duceppe, Canadian politician

1947-08-13

John Stocker, Canadian actor

1947-08-30

Allan Rock, Canadian politician and diplomat

1947-10-22

Raymond Bachand, French-Canadian politician and businessman

1947-11-17

Inky Mark, Canadian politician

1947-12-06

Lawrence Cannon, Canadian politician

1948-01-15

Dini Petty, Canadian talk show host (CITY-TV)

1948-02-13

Allan Legere, Canadian serial killer (Monster of the Miramichi)

1948-03-30

Eddie Jordan, The Canadian Grand Prix

1948-04-03

Arlette Cousture, French-Canadian writer

1948-04-08

Michael Leshner, Canadian lawyer and gay rights advocate

1948-04-20

Rémy Trudel, French Canadian politician

1948-04-23

Serge Thériault, French-Canadian comedian and actor

1948-04-28

Dorothée Berryman, French Canadian actress and singer

1948-05-08

Stephen Stohn, Canadian television producer (Degrassi)

1948-05-29

Nick Mancuso, Italian-Canadian actor

1948-06-13

Garnet Bailey, Canadian ice hockey player and executive (d. 2001)

1948-07-02

Saul Rubinek, Canadian film actor

1948-07-07

Jean Leclerc, French-Canadian actor

1948-08-15

Patsy Gallant, Canadian pop singer

1948-08-16

Pierre Reid, Canadian politician and teacher

1948-09-10

Margaret Trudeau, Vancouver BC, former Canadian 1st lady

1948-09-27

Tom Braidwood, Canadian actor

1948-11-01

Phil Myre, Canadian ice hockey player

1948-11-25

Jacques P. Dupuis, French Canadian politician

1948-12-19

Ken Brown, Canadian ice hockey player

1949-02-23

Marc Garneau, Quebec City Quebec, Canadian astronaut (STS 13, 77)

1949-03-04

Carroll Baker, Canadian country singer and songwriter

1949-06-04

Gabriel Arcand, French Canadian actor

1949-06-12

Marc Tardif, Canadian ice hockey player

1949-07-08

Dale Hoganson, Canadian ice hockey player

1949-08-06

Dino Bravo, Canadian professional wrestler (d. 1993)

1949-08-25

Fariborz Lachini, Canadian-Iranian composer

1949-08-30

Don Boudria, Canadian politician

1949-10-05

Ralph Goodale, Canadian politician

1949-10-21

Michel Brière, Canadian ice hockey player (d. 1971)

1949-10-24

Robert Pickton, Canadian charged with the first degree murder of twenty-six women

1949-10-25

Réjean Houle, Canadian ice hockey player

1949-11-28

Victor Ostrovsky, Canadian/Israel, Mossad agent (By Way of Deception)

1949-11-29

Stan Rogers, Canadian folk musician and songwriter (d. 1983)

1949-12-30

Jim Flaherty, Canadian politician

1950-01-05

John Manley, Canadian politician

1950-01-05

Charlie Richmond, Canadian entrepreneur

1950-01-18

Gilles Villeneuve, Canadian auto racer

1950-01-19

Grant Nordman, Canadian politician

1950-01-20

Chuck Lefley, Canadian ice hockey player

1950-05-16

Ray Condo, Canadian rockabilly musician

1950-05-20

Yvon Lambert, French Canadian ice hockey player

1950-06-21

Terry Miskolczi, Dunnville ON, Canadian Tour golfer (1976 Alberta-3rd)

1950-06-21

Anne Carson, Canadian poet

1950-06-23

Douglas C. Lord, Canadian businessman

1950-07-06

Hélène Scherrer, Canadian politician

1950-07-18

Jack Layton, Canadian politician

1950-07-20

Tantoo Cardinal, Canadian actress

1950-08-02

Sue Rodriguez, Canadian assisted suicide advocate (d. 1994)

1950-08-09

Chris Haney, Welland Ontario, Canadian journalist (created Trivial Pursuit)

1950-08-10

Rémy Girard, Canadian actor

1950-08-16

Stockwell Day, Canadian politician

1950-09-05

Paul William Roberts, Canadian writer

1950-09-18

Darryl Sittler, Kitchener Ontario, Canadian ice hockey player

1950-10-31

John Candy, Newmarket Ontario, Canadian actor and comedian (SCTV, Uncle Buck)

1950-12-31

Robert Bryan Gilder, Corvallis OR, PGA golfer (1980 Canadian Open)

1951-02-22

Elaine Tanner, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canadian swimmer (1966 Commonwealth Games, 1968 Olympics)

1951-03-28

Karen Kain, Canadian ballerina

1951-04-18

Pierre Pettigrew, Canadian politician

1951-07-16

Jean-Luc Mongrain, French-Canadian journalist

1951-07-18

Bruce Alan Lietzke, Kansas City KS, PGA golfer (1978 Canadian Open)

1951-08-21

Margo Kane, Canadian playwright.

1951-09-19

Daniel Lanois, Canadian record producer

1951-09-28

Wei Chen, Canadian journalist

1951-12-29

Georges Thurston, Canadian singer (d. 2007)

1952-01-30

Doug Falconer, Canadian football player

1952-04-02

Dan Halldorson, Winnipeg, Canadian Tour golfer (1985 World Cup)

1952-04-11

Michael Daly, Toronto, Canadian Tour golfer (1991 BC Winter Tour)

1952-05-17

Howard Hampton, Canadian politician

1952-06-22

Graham Greene, Canadian actor

1952-07-10

Kim Mitchell, Canadian guitarist/singer

1952-08-21

Keith Hart, Canadian professional wrestler

1952-08-23

Mac Cone, Memphis Tenn, Canadian equestrian jumper (Olympics-96)

1952-08-28

Guy Nadon, Canadian actor

1952-08-28

Jacques Chagnon, Canadian politician

1952-09-10

Vic Toews, Canadian politician

1952-09-27

André Viger, French Canadian marathoner

1952-10-01

Jacques Martin, Canadian ice hockey coach and executive

1952-10-05

Duncan Regehr, Canadian actor

1952-11-27

Sheila Copps, Canadian politician

1952-12-12

Herb Dhaliwal, Canadian politician

1952-12-14

Germain Houde, French Canadian actor

1952-12-27

Jay Hill, Canadian politician

1953-01-19

Richard Legendre, Canadian politician

1953-02-16

Mike Ford, NYC, Canadian Tour golfer (1976 Port Jefferson Open)

1953-03-10

Paul Haggis, Canadian film director

1953-03-11

Bernie LaBarge, Canadian musician

1953-04-04

Robert Bertrand, Canadian politician

1953-04-18

Rick Moranis, Toronto Ontario, Canadian actor (SCTV, Honey I Shrunk the Kids, Spaceballs)

1953-07-09

Margie Gillis, Canadian dancer and choreographer

1953-07-13

Mila Mulroney, wife of former Canadian prime minister Brian Mulroney

1953-09-15

Bruce Heuchan, Kingston Ont, Canadian Tour golfer (1992 Alberta-7th)

1953-09-16

Jerry Pate, Macon Ga, PGA golfer (US Open 1976, Canadian Open 1976)

1953-09-16

Nancy Huston, Canadian-born novelist and essayist

1953-09-30

S.M. Stirling, Canadian-born author

1953-10-15

Betsy Clifford, Canadian alpine skier

1953-10-28

Pierre Boivin, Canadian businessman and hockey executive

1953-11-04

Jacques Villeneuve (elder), Canadian racing driver

1953-11-09

Gaétan Hart, Canadian boxer

1953-11-23

Ross Brawn, The Canadian Grand Prix

1953-12-04

Rick Middleton, Canadian ice hockey player

1953-12-13

Ray Stewart, Matsqui BC, Canadian Tour golfer (1994 Dunhill Cup)

1954-01-03

Dean Hart, Canadian wrestler (d. 1990)

1954-01-29

Doug Risebrough, Canadian ice hockey player, coach and executive

1954-02-03

Tiger Williams, Canadian ice hockey player

1954-04-12

Pat Travers, Toronto, Ontario, Canadian rock guitarist (Puttin' it Straight)

1954-04-17

Rowdy Roddy Piper, Canadian professional wrestler

1954-04-20

Gilles Lupien, French Canadian ice hockey player

1954-05-28

John Tory, Canadian politician

1954-07-22

Pierre Lebeau, Canadian actor

1954-07-31

Derek Smith, Canadian ice hockey player

1954-08-22

John Colwell, Kingston Ont, Canadian Tour golfer (1978 Simon Fraser)

1954-08-24

Alain Daigle, French Canadian ice hockey player

1954-09-01

Dave Lumley, Canadian ice hockey player

1954-10-15

Kip Byrne, Detroit Mich, Canadian Tour golfer (Mich State Jr-1970-71)

1954-10-21

Brian Tobin, Canadian premier of Newfoundland

1955-01-27

Brian Engblom, Canadian ice hockey player

1955-02-18

Raymond Rougeau, Canadian professional wrestler

1955-02-22

Tim Young, Scarborough, Ontario, Canadian ice hockey player (Minnesota North Stars)

1955-03-08

Don Ashby, Canadian ice hockey player (d. 1981)

1955-03-24

Doug Jarvis, Canadian ice hockey player

1955-03-26

Danny Arndt, Canadian ice hockey player

1955-04-06

Keith Hunter Jesperson, Canadian-born serial killer

1955-04-29

Gino Quilico, Canadian baritone

1955-06-23

Pierre Corbeil, Canadian politician

1955-07-02

Kevin Michael Grace, Canadian journalist

1955-07-13

Douglas Leonard Brecht, The Royal Canadian Mounted Police

1955-07-17

Christopher Chappell, Former Canadian Cricketer

1955-08-06

Tom Inskeep, Bluffton Ind, Canadian Tour golfer

1955-08-11

Marc Bureau, French Canadian politician

1955-09-09

John Kricfalusi, Canadian animator

1955-09-22

Jerry Anderson, Montreal, Canadian Tour golfer (Quebec Open-1982, 83)

1955-09-28

Stéphane Dion, Canadian politician

1955-10-12

Jane Siberry, Canadian musician

1955-11-09

Bob Nault, French Canadian politician

1955-11-16

Pierre Larouche, Canadian National Hockey League player

1955-11-17

Dennis Maruk, Canadian hockey player

1955-11-27

Pierre Mondou, Canadian ice hockey player

1955-12-04

Dave Taylor, Canadian ice hockey player

1955-12-25

Alannah Myles, Canadian singer

1956-01-14

Ben Heppner, Canadian singer

1956-01-16

Jennifer Dale, Canadian actress

1956-02-01

Mike Kitchen, Canadian ice hockey player and coach

1956-02-28

Jimmy Nicholl, Canadian-born Northern Irish footballer

1956-02-29

Bob Speller, Canadian politician

1956-03-08

John Kapelos, Canadian actor

1956-05-03

Marc Bellemare, French Canadian lawyer and politician

1956-05-07

Jean Lapierre, Canadian politician and television host

1956-05-09

Wendy Crewson, Canadian actress

1956-05-11

Theresa Burke, Canadian journalist

1956-05-12

Bernie Federko, Canadian ice hockey player

1956-05-17

Dave Sim, Canadian cartoonist

1956-07-20

Jim Prentice, Canadian politician

1956-08-15

Lorraine Desmarais, French-Canadian jazz pianist and composer

1956-08-29

Kelly Murray, Vancouver, Canadian Tour golfer (985 Alberta Open)

1956-09-02

Mario Tremblay, Canadian hockey player and coach

1956-11-22

Lawrence Gowan, Canadian singer (Styx)

1956-11-26

Don Lake, Canadian television writer

1957-02-17

Loreena McKennitt, Canadian musician

1957-02-20

Glen Hanlon, Canadian ice hockey coach

1957-02-27

Danny Antonucci, Canadian animator

1957-04-14

Lothaire Bluteau, Canadian actor

1957-04-20

Geraint Wyn Davies, Welsh-Canadian actor

1957-04-27

Michel Barrette, Canadian actor and stand-up comedian

1957-05-26

François Legault, French Canadian politician

1957-06-11

Bruce Plummer, Seattle Wash, Canadian Tour golfer (1994 West Coast)

1957-07-05

Doug Wilson, Canadian hockey player

1957-08-26

Rick Hansen, Port Alberni British Columbia, Canadian paraplegic athlete (3 gold medals)

1957-10-10

Craig Marseilles, Toronto, Canadian Tour golfer (1995 Gold Coast)

1957-11-30

Joël Champetier, French Canadian author

1957-11-30

Colin Mochrie, Scottish-born Canadian comedian

1957-12-12

Robert Lepage, French Canadian playwright

1957-12-15

Mario Marois, Canadian ice hockey player

1957-12-22

Carole James, Canadian politician

1957-12-23

Dan Bigras, Canadian singer

1958-02-13

Marc Emery, Canadian cannabis activist

1958-03-17

Pat Bolland, Canadian Broadcaster

1958-03-30

Maurice LaMarche, Canadian voice actor

1958-06-17

Sam Hamad, Syrian-born Canadian politician

1958-07-03

Matthew Fraser, Canadian-British journalist

1958-07-12

Tonya Lee Williams, Canadian actress

1958-07-16

Pierre Roland Renoir, Canadian artist

1958-07-26

Angela Hewitt, Canadian classical pianist

1958-07-28

Terry Fox [Terrance Stanley], Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canadian one-legged marathoner (1980 Marathon of Hope)

1958-08-20

Patricia Rozema, Canadian film director and screenwriter

1958-08-27

Normand Brathwaite, Canadian comedian and television and radio host

1958-09-04

Ray Freeman, Greensboro NC, Canadian Tour golfer (1992 Coast Carolina)

1958-09-20

Marty Schiene, Chicago Ill, Canadian Tour golfer (1992 Illinois Open)

1958-11-21

Frank Edmonds, Thunder Bay Ont, Canadian Tour golfer (1989 Alberta)

1959-02-13

Gord Hampson, Canadian ice hockey player

1959-02-25

Carl Marotte, Canadian actor

1959-03-26

David Delong, Portland Ore, Canadian Tour golfer (1988 BC Open)

1959-03-29

Barry Blanchard, Canadian mountaineer

1959-04-21

Michael Timmins, Canadian musician (Cowboy Junkies)

1959-04-27

Louis Lortie, French Canadian concert pianist

1959-04-30

Paul Gross, Calgary Alberta, Canadian actor, director, and writer

1959-05-02

Alan Best, Canadian animation director and producer

1959-05-06

Scott Hood, Seattle Wash, Canadian Tour golfer (1989 Montana Open-2nd)

1959-06-23

Danny Sharp, Hamilton Ont, Canadian Tour golfer (1986 Quinte Festival)

1959-06-26

Mark McKinney, Canadian actor

1959-07-21

Stuart Young-Black, Cheshire England, Canadian equestrian (Oly-96)

1959-08-10

Florent Vollant, Innu-Canadian musician (Kashtin)

1959-08-21

Richard Zokol, Kitimat BC, Canadian Tour golfer (1982 BC Open)

1959-08-26

Jim Rutledge, Victoria, Canadian Tour golfer (1995 Indian Open)

1959-09-28

Ron Fellows, Canadian race car driver

1959-10-07

Jean-Marc Fournier, French-Canadian politician

1959-11-05

Bryan Adams, Kingston Ontario, Canadian singer (Heaven)

1959-12-30

Josée Verner, French Canadian politician

1960-01-10

Benoît Pelletier, Canadian politician

1960-01-12

Oliver Platt, Canadian actor

1960-02-02

Lee Chill, Cleveland Ohio, Canadian Tour golfer (1977 Ohio Jr)

1960-03-16

Duane Sutter, Canadian ice hockey player

1960-04-12

Ron MacLean, Zweibrücken Germany, Canadian sportscaster (Hockey Night in Canada)

1960-04-29

Robert J. Sawyer, Canadian writer

1960-05-18

Tom Jackson, Oakville Ont, Canadian Tour golfer (1991 CPGA Winter)

1960-06-09

Steve Paikin, Canadian journalist

1960-07-05

Brad Loree, Canadian actor and stunt performer

1960-07-25

Alain Robidoux, Canadian snooker player

1960-08-23

Chris Potter, Canadian actor

1960-09-14

Callum Keith Rennie, Canadian actor

1960-09-17

Hank Baran, San Diego California, Canadian Tour golfer (1988 Won Mexican)

1960-09-25

Sonia Benezra, Canadian television host

1960-09-28

Derek James, Durban South Africa, Canadian Tour golfer (1994 Infiniti)

1960-10-02

Al Connelly, Canadian Musician/Songwriter

1960-10-25

Kelli McMullen-Temple, Columbus OH, Canadian equestrian (Olympics-96)

1960-11-20

Marc Labrèche, Canadian actor and television host

1960-12-05

Darryl James, Kamloops BC, Canadian Tour golfer (Glenco-1992, 93)

1960-12-11

Danny Mijovic, Belgrade Yugo, Canadian Tour golfer (1984 Mexican)

1960-12-20

Nalo Hopkinson, Canadian writer

1961-01-15

Yves P. Pelletier, Canadian comedian and film director

1961-02-08

Laine Drewery, The Canadian Experience

1961-02-12

Jim Harris, Canadian politician

1961-03-04

Roger Wessels, Port Elizabeth South Africa, golfer (1994 Canadian Masters)

1961-03-11

Elias Koteas, Canadian actor

1961-03-30

Doug Wickenheiser, Canadian ice hockey player (d. 1999)

1961-04-04

Matt Cole, Stratford Ont, Canadian Tour golfer (1990 Space Coast)

1961-04-18

Ian Doig, Seaforth Ont, Canadian Tour golfer (1985 Florida Classic)

1961-05-08

David Winning, Canadian film director

1961-05-12

Bruce McCulloch, Canadian actor

1961-05-14

Alain Vigneault, Canadian ice hockey coach

1961-05-16

Kevin McDonald, Canadian comedian and actor

1961-06-09

Michael J. Fox, Edmonton, Alberta, Canadian actor (Family Ties, Back to the Future, Teen Wolf)

1961-07-17

Jonathan Potts, Canadian actor

1961-07-23

André Ducharme, Canadian (Québécois) humorist (Rock et Belles Oreilles) and author

1961-08-08

Charmaine Crooks, Jamaica, Canadian 4X400m relayer (Oly-silver-1984)

1961-08-19

Danuta Bartoszek, Pyrzyce Poland, Canadian marathoner (Olympics-96)

1961-09-03

Brian Thomas Kamm, Rochester NY, PGA golfer (1994 Bell Canadian-6th)

1961-09-03

Greg Petersen, Iowa City IA, Canadian Tour golfer (1993 Klondike-6th)

1961-09-05

Marc-André Hamelin, Canadian pianist

1961-10-27

Rick Gibson, Calgary Alta, Canadian Tour golfer (1990 CPGA)

1961-11-02

K.D. Lang [Kathy Dawn], Consort Alberta, Canadian country singer

1961-11-04

Carlos Espinosa, Mexico, Canadian Tour golfer (1995 Philippine Open)

1961-12-10

Mark McKoy, Canadian track star (world record 50m indoor)

1961-12-30

Ben Johnson, Falmouth, Jamaica, Canadian 100m runner (Olympic-gold-1988-disqualified)

1961-12-30

Douglas Coupland, Canadian author

1962-01-10

Michael Fortier, Canadian politician

1962-02-04

Michael Riley, Canadian actor

1962-02-28

Angela Bailey, England, Canadian 4X100m relayer (Olympic-silver-1984)

1962-03-02

Philip Jonas, Johannesburg SA, Canadian Tour golfer (1993 Payless-2nd)

1962-03-24

Angèle Dubeau, Canadian violinist

1962-06-19

Phillip Hatchett, Russellville Ky, Canadian Tour golfer (1991 Quebec)

1962-07-19

Brad Wilson, Pomona California, Canadian Tour golfer (1993 9 Pro-Am)

1962-07-22

Martine St. Clair, Canadian singer

1962-08-13

Adam Kase, Socorro NM, Canadian Tour golfer (1989 Alberta Open-3rd)

1962-08-20

Robert Meyer, Sacramento Cal, Canadian Tour golfer (1994 Morningstar)

1962-08-23

Martin Cauchon, Canadian politician

1962-09-24

Arden Knoll, Saskatoon Sask, Canadian Tour golfer (1994 Klondike-2nd)

1962-09-24

Nia Vardalos, Canadian actress

1962-10-03

Rick Todd, Toronto, Canadian Tour golfer (1992 Ben Hogan Dakota)

1962-10-07

Dave Bronconnier, Canadian politician

1962-11-09

Teryl Rothery, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canadian actress (Stargate SG-1)

1962-11-14

Harland Williams, Canadian-born actor

1962-11-25

Gilbert Delorme, Canadian ice hockey player

1963-01-03

Ashley Chinner, Cape Town South Africa, golfer (1992 CGIA Canadian Tour)

1963-01-12

François Girard, French-Canadian film director and screenwriter

1963-01-15

Lijuan Geng, Hebei China, Canadian tennis player (Olympics-96)

1963-01-18

Maxime Bernier, French Canadian politician

1963-01-25

Joe Lloyd, Highland Park Ill, Canadian Tour golfer (1993 Space Coast)

1963-02-14

Enrico Colantoni, Canadian actor

1963-03-17

Nick Peros, Canadian composer

1963-04-18

Eric McCormack, Canadian-American actor (Will and Grace)

1963-04-21

Roy Dupuis, Canadian actor

1963-04-27

Cali Timmins, Canadian actress

1963-05-05

James LaBrie, Canadian singer (Dream Theater)

1963-05-11

Blair Piercy, Vancouver, Canadian Tour golfer (1992 Cordova Bay Open)

1963-05-26

Richard Crouse, Nightmare in Canada: Canadian Horror on Film

1963-06-02

Jay B Cooper, Coral Gables Fla, Canadian Tour golfer (1992 Jamaica)

1963-06-02

Tim Balmer, Milwaukee Wis, Canadian Tour golfer (Bermuda Open-1990)

1963-06-08

John Restino, Westchester NY, Canadian Tour golfer (1993 Tommy Armour)

1963-06-11

Sandra Schmirler, Canadian curler (d. 2000)

1963-06-22

John Tenta, Canadian professional wrestler (d. 2006)

1963-06-25

Si-An Deng, Shanghai China, Canadian badminton player (Olympics-96)

1963-06-25

Yann Martel, Canadian author

1963-07-25

Denis Coderre, French Canadian politician

1963-08-02

Jeff Bloom, Seattle Wash, Canadian Tour golfer (1988 Montana Open)

1963-08-08

Stephen Walkom, Canadian ice hockey official and executive

1963-08-16

Scott Dunlap, Pittsburgh PA, Canadian Tour golfer (1995 S Afr Masters)

1963-10-17

Norm MacDonald, Canadian comedian

1963-10-26

Tom Cavanagh, Ottawa, Ontario, Canadian actor/producer (Ed, Scrubs)

1963-11-04

Marc Déry, Canadian singer and guitarist (Zébulon)

1963-11-04

Michel Therrien, Canadian ice hockey coach

1963-11-25

Holly Cole, Canadian jazz singer

1963-12-09

Dave Hilton, Jr., Canadian boxer

1963-12-16

Brian Clark, Brandon Man, Canadian Tour golfer (1994 Morden Pro-Am)

1964-01-03

Bruce LaBruce, Canadian filmmaker

1964-01-10

Brad Roberts, Canadian singer (Crash Test Dummies)

1964-01-31

Remi Bouchard, Lasalle Que, Canadian Tour golfer (1989 India Open)

1964-03-03

Arturo Huerta, Mexico, Canadian walker (Olympics-96)

1964-03-25

Eric Woods, California, Canadian Tour golfer (1993 Xerox BC Open)

1964-04-13

Caroline Rhea, Canadian actress

1964-05-06

Mike Grob, Billings Montana, Canadian Tour golfer (1988 Manitoba-3rd)

1964-05-10

Dean Spriddle, Plymouth England, Canadian Tour golfer (1994 Oak Valley)

1964-05-21

Tom Harding, Kalamazoo Mich, Canadian Tour golfer (1991 Transamerica)

1964-05-31

Leonard Asper, Canadian businessman

1964-07-14

Jack Kay Jr, Montreal Que, Canadian Tour golfer (1991 Singapore Open)

1964-08-17

Pete McCutcheon, Boston Mass, Canadian Tour golfer (1993 Quebec Open)

1964-08-17

Colin James, Canadian musician

1964-08-23

Cam Emerson, Hamilton Ont, Canadian golfer (1989 Canadian Long Drive)

1964-09-01

Brian Bellows, Canadian ice hockey player

1964-09-25

Joey Saputo, Canadian businessman and sports executive

1964-10-07

Stuart Hendley, Houston Texas, Canadian Tour golfer (1989 Manitoba Open)

1964-11-16

Diana Krall, Canadian Jazz pianist and singer

1964-12-11

Michel Courtemanche, French Canadian comedian

1964-12-25

Anil Kaul, Amritsar India, Canadian badminton player (Olympics-96)

1965-01-17

Sylvain Turgeon, Canadian ice hockey player

1965-01-23

Tim Berrett, Tunbridge Wells Engl, Canadian 20k walker (Oly-14-92, 96)

1965-02-26

Matt Jackson, Birmingham Mich, Canadian Tour golfer (1994 Payless)

1965-03-01

Stewart Elliott, Canadian jockey

1965-04-22

Peter Zezel, Canadian ice hockey player

1965-05-07

Owen Hart, Canadian professional wrestler (d. 1999)

1965-05-20

Joe Cioe, Cranston RI, Canadian Tour golfer (NH Open-1992, 93)

1965-06-15

David Bolton, Guyana, Canadian Tour golfer (1992 Lando Mem Amateur)

1965-07-07

Paula Devicq, Canadian actress

1965-08-11

Marc Bergevin, Canadian professional ice hockey player

1965-08-23

Roger Avary, Canadian-born screenwriter, director, and producer

1965-08-28

Shania Twain, Windsor Ontario, Canadian singer (You're Still the One)

1965-08-31

Céline Bonnier, French Canadian actress

1965-09-23

Ian Leggatt, Cambridge Ont, Canadian Tour golfer (1990 Canadian Tour)

1965-10-06

Cynthia Meyer, NY, Canadian trap shooter (Olympics-96)

1965-10-21

Chima McLean, Vancouver BC, Canadian Tour golfer (1991 Conestoga)

1965-10-26

Kelly Rowan, Canadian actress and producer.

1965-10-29

Andy Beal, Germany, Canadian Tour golfer (1989 West of England Pro)

1965-11-11

Kim Stockwood, Rise Up: Canadian Pop Music in the 1980s

1965-12-10

Stephanie Morgenstern, Canadian actress

1965-12-16

Brent Franklin, Barrie Ont, Canadian Tour golfer (1992 Japan Open-2nd)

1965-12-31

Julie Doucet, Canadian underground cartoonist

1966-01-11

Kelley Law, Canadian curler

1966-02-27

Donal Logue, Canadian actor

1966-03-04

Mike Small, Aurora Illinois, Canadian Tour golfer (1993 Emerald Coast)

1966-03-05

Bob Halkidis, Canadian hockey player

1966-03-19

Paul Devenport, New Zealand, Canadian Tour golfer (1991 Texas Tour)

1966-04-23

Richard Greenwood, Los Angeles California, Canadian Tour golfer (1990 Napa Valley)

1966-05-02

Belinda Stronach, Canadian politician

1966-05-05

Shawn Drover, Canadian drummer (Megadeth)

1966-05-31

Jessica Monroe, Palo Alto California, Canadian rower (Olympics-96)

1966-05-31

Jeremy Hotz, Canadian stand-up comedian

1966-06-24

John Randle, Chicoutimi Que, golfer (1992 Canadian Tour Fall-3rd)

1966-06-29

John Part, Canadian darts player

1966-07-14

Ellen Reid, Canadian musician (Crash Test Dummies)

1966-07-20

Mike Pero, Picton Ont, Canadian Tour golfer (1990 CPGA Winter)

1966-07-25

Lynda Lemay, French Canadian singer

1966-08-16

Rosey Edeh, London England, Canadian 400m hurdler (Olympics-4-92, 96)

1966-08-17

Don Sweeney, Canadian ice hockey player

1966-09-28

Kevin Baker, Montreal, Canadian Tour golfer (Manitoba Amateur-1988)

1966-10-05

Peter Fonseca, Lisbon Portugal, Canadian marathoner (Olympics-96)

1966-10-31

Joseph Boyden, Canadian novelist

1966-11-16

Dean McDermott, Canadian actor

1966-12-02

Rob Sullivan, Chicago Ill, Canadian Tour golfer (1991 Tri-City Pro-Am)

1966-12-29

Bruce Bulina, Vancouver BC, Canadian Tour golfer (1990 Alberta Open)

1966-12-29

Drew Hartt, Calgary Alta, Canadian Tour golfer (1995 Desert Tour)

1967-01-04

Marina Orsini, Canadian actress

1967-02-12

Chris McKinstry, Canadian computer scientist

1967-02-15

Jane Child, Canadian musician

1967-02-26

Currie Graham, Canadian actor

1967-04-05

Gary Gait, Canadian lacrosse player

1967-04-14

Alain Côté, French Canadian ice hockey player

1967-05-10

Scott Brison, Canadian politician

1967-05-21

Todd Doohan, Sarnia Ont, Canadian Tour golfer (Western Ont Amateur-92)

1967-06-28

Gil Bellows, Canadian actor

1967-06-29

Murray Foster, Canadian musician

1967-07-04

Andy Walker, Canadian television personality

1967-07-12

Bruny Surin, Cap Haitien Haiti, Canadian 4X100m sprinter (Oly-gold-96)

1967-08-08

Ben Fouchee, Kuruman South Africa, Canadian Tour golfer (1987 S Afr Amateur)

1967-08-21

Carrie-Anne Moss, Canadian actress

1967-09-17

Dan Dupuis, Ashcroft BC, Canadian Tour golfer (1994 Canadian Golf)

1967-09-21

Tyler Stewart, Canadian drummer (Barenaked Ladies)

1967-09-25

Kim Issel, Canadian ice hockey player

1967-09-28

Oswald Drawdy, Hampton SC, Canadian Tour golfer (1987 SC Amateur)

1967-10-22

Ron Tugnutt, Canadian ice hockey player

1967-11-02

Derek Porter, Belfast Ireland, Canadian rower (Oly-gold/silver-92/96)

1967-11-15

Scott Schrader, California, Canadian Tour golfer (1992 Golden State)

1967-12-29

Ashleigh Banfield, Canadian journalist

1968-01-13

Kelly Boucher, Calgary Alberta, Canadian basketball forward (Olympics-96)

1968-02-09

Marcus Meloan, Agana Guam, Canadian Tour golfer (1992 US Amat Champ)

1968-02-12

Grégory Charles, French Canadian singer, dancer, pianist, radio and television host

1968-02-22

Shawn Graham, Canadian politician

1968-03-02

Penny "Stamper" Davis, Carlisle England, Canadian 470 yachter (Oly-96)

1968-03-15

Rob Anderson, Kamloops BC, Canadian Tour golfer (BC Amateur-1990, 92)

1968-03-26

Ian Hutchings, Zimbabwe, Canadian Tour golfer (1994 Klondike Klassic)

1968-03-29

Sue Foley, Canadian singer and guitarist

1968-04-18

David Hewlett, English born Canadian actor

1968-05-30

Jerry Springer, White Plains NY, Canadian Tour golfer

1968-06-06

Brian Wright, Stillwater Oklahoma, Canadian Tour golfer (1991 NM Open-2nd)

1968-06-06

Craig Roberts, Everett WA, Canadian 68 kg freestyle wrestler (Oly-96)

1968-06-06

François Avard, Canadian writer and scenarist

1968-06-27

Pascale Bussières, French-Canadian actress

1968-07-02

Mike Lee, Neptune NJ, Canadian Tour golfer (1992 Tommy Armour Tour)

1968-07-05

John Ruskin a.k.a. Nardwuar the Human Serviette, Canadian journalist

1968-07-11

Michael Geist, Canadian academic

1968-07-24

Malcolm Ingram, Canadian director

1968-08-05

Terri Clark, Canadian country singer

1968-08-11

Veda Hille, Canadian singer

1968-08-14

Billy Mavreas, Greek-Canadian cartoonist

1968-08-26

Byron Lawson, Canadian actor

1968-08-31

Glenroy Gilbert, Trinidad, Canadian 4X100m sprinter (Olympics-gold-96)

1968-09-01

Michelle Buckingham, Los Angeles California, Canadian 61 kg judoka (Olymp-20-92, 96)

1968-09-20

Leah Pinsent, Canadian actress

1968-10-02

Jeff Martin, Canadian singer/songwriter

1968-11-14

Serge Postigo, Canadian actor

1968-11-24

Dave Jukes, Toronto Ont, Canadian Tour golfer (1991 Kawartha Lakes)

1968-12-31

Gerry Dee, Canadian comedian and actor

1969-01-27

Michael Kulas, Canadian singer (James)

1969-02-04

Duncan Coutts, Canadian bassist (Our Lady Peace)

1969-03-04

Patrick Roach, Canadian actor

1969-03-10

Stephen Leaney, Australia, Canadian Tour golfer (1993 Infinit TPC-7th)

1969-03-15

Rona Ambrose, Canadian politician

1969-05-04

Micah Aivazoff, Canadian ice hockey player

1969-05-17

Alan Doyle, Canadian musician (Great Big Sea)

1969-05-26

John Baird, Canadian politician

1969-05-29

Chan Kinchla, Canadian musician (Blues Traveler)

1969-06-08

David Sutcliffe, Canadian actor

1969-06-27

Mark Telerico, Cleveland Ohio, Canadian Tour golfer (1994 S Florida)

1969-06-29

Claude Béchard, Canadian politician

1969-07-03

Kevin Hearn, Canadian musician (Barenaked Ladies)

1969-07-07

Nathalie Simard, French Canadian singer

1969-07-28

Jaimie Dawson, Geneva Switz, Canadian badminton player (Olympics-96)

1969-08-11

Dave Pashko, Toronto, Canadian Tour golfer (1992 CPGA Winter Tour)

1969-08-19

Matthew Perry, Williamstown Mass, Canadian/American actor (Chandler Bing on Friends)

1969-08-25

Derek Fung, Hong Kong, Canadian Tour golfer

1969-09-26

Anthony Kavanagh, French-Canadian comedian, actor and singer

1969-10-07

Brent Dorman, Ocala Florida, Canadian Tour golfer

1969-10-17

Rick Mercer, Canadian comedian

1969-10-21

John McMullen, Santa Rosa California, Canadian Tour golfer (1992 NCAA-15th)

1969-11-23

Jonathan Seet, Canadian singer

1969-12-09

Sebastian Spence, Canadian actor

1969-12-14

Craig Jones, Nambour Australia, Canadian Tour golfer (NZ Open-1994)

1969-12-15

Chantal Petitclerc, Canadian wheelchair athlete

1969-12-22

Myriam Bédard, Canadian athlete

1970-01-05

Rick Campanelli, Canadian TV presenter

1970-01-12

Nigel Wilson, Canadian/US baseball outfielder (Florida Marlins)

1970-02-02

C. Ernst Harth, Canadian actor

1970-02-12

Jim Creeggan, Canadian bassist (Barenaked Ladies)

1970-02-18

Raine Maida, Canadian musician (Our Lady Peace)

1970-03-11

Brett Liddle, Boksburg South Africa, Canadian Tour golfer (1993 Newcastle)

1970-04-02

Marcus Christensen, Toronto Ontario, figure skater (1995 Canadian-2nd)

1970-04-04

Barry Pepper, Canadian actor

1970-04-05

Thea Gill, Canadian actress

1970-04-20

Ben Weir, Rock Island Ill, Canadian Tour golfer (1993 Bogey Hills-2nd)

1970-05-04

Will Arnett, Toronto Ontario, Canadian-American actor

1970-05-05

Naomi Klein, Canadian author and activist

1970-05-06

Kavan Smith, Canadian actor

1970-05-07

Sebastien Britten, Brossard Que, figure skater (1995 Canadian Champ)

1970-05-12

Mike Weir, Sarnia Ont, Canadian Tour golfer (Ontario Amateur-1990, 92)

1970-06-03

Julie Masse, French Canadian singer

1970-06-04

Richie Hawtin, Canadian musician

1970-06-12

Gordon Michael Woolvett, Canadian actor

1970-06-22

Steven Page, Canadian singer (Barenaked Ladies)

1970-07-01

Nicky Goetze, Milwaukee Wisc, Canadian Tour golfer (1992 NCAA Acad)

1970-08-31

Zack Ward, Canadian actor

1970-10-25

Ed Robertson, Canadian musician (Barenaked Ladies)

1970-11-27

Patricia Zentilli, Canadian actress

1970-11-29

Guy Hill, Atlanta Georgia, Canadian Tour golfer (1993 NCAA-3rd)

1970-12-07

Rob Olson, Victoria BC, Canadian Tour golfer (1990 Newlands Open)

1970-12-15

Michael Shanks, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canadian actor and director (Stargate)

1970-12-19

Jon Cleveland, Fresno CA, Canadian 100m/200m swimmer (Oly-br-92, 96)

1970-12-20

Nicole DeBoer, Canadian actress

1970-9-03

Haydain Neale, Rise Up: Canadian Pop Music in the 1980s

1971-01-09

Hal Niedzviecki, Canadian author

1971-01-18

Seamus O'Regan, Canadian broadcast journalist

1971-01-25

Jordan Young, Thunder Bay Ont, Canadian Tour golfer (1992 Purdue)

1971-02-17

Martyn Bennett, Canadian composer (d. 2005)

1971-02-23

Don Maxwell, Canadian cricketer

1971-02-24

Pedro de la Rosa, The Canadian Grand Prix

1971-02-28

Peter Stebbings, Canadian actor

1971-03-27

Nathan Fillion, Canadian actor

1971-04-07

Victor Kraatz, Berlin Ger, Canadian ice dancer (1995 World Champs-4th)

1971-04-09

Jacques Villeneuve, French-Canadian race car driver

1971-04-09

Charles Johnston, Canadian Idol

1971-04-16

Trey Maples, Wheat Ridge Colo, Canadian Tour golfer (1993 Canadian)

1971-04-28

Mihai Apostal, Bucharest Romania, Canadian kayaker (Olympics-96)

1971-05-21

Jeff Stavroff, Columbus OH, Canadian Tour golfer (1994 Space Coast-4)

1971-05-24

Paul Ragusa, Bulach Switz, Canadian 48 kg freestyle wrestler (Oly-96)

1971-06-15

Bif Naked, Canadian musician

1971-06-29

Matthew Good, Canadian musician

1971-07-02

Evelyn Lau, Canadian author

1971-07-04

Andy Creeggan, Canadian musician

1971-07-14

Marie-Chantal Toupin, French Canadian singer

1971-07-17

Cory Doctorow, Canadian author and activist

1971-07-20

Sandra Oh, Korean Canadian actress

1971-07-30

Tom Green, Canadian comedian and actor

1971-09-18

Oleg Ladik, Kiev Ukraine, Canadian 100 kg freestyle wrestler (Oly-96)

1971-10-10

Bryn Parry, Vancouver BC, Canadian Tour golfer (1994 BC Amateur-2nd)

1971-11-07

Jamie Drummond, Scottish/Canadian Sommelier

1971-12-03

Keegan Connor Tracy, Canadian actress

1971-12-06

David Defiagbon, Sapele Nigeria, Canadian boxer (Olympics-silver-96)

1971-12-22

Pat Mastroianni, Canadian actor

1971-12-25

Justin Trudeau, Ottawa Ontario, Canadian political leader

1972-01-16

Dameon Clarke, Canadian actor

1972-02-20

K-OS, Canadian musician/rapper

1972-03-17

Melissa Auf der Maur, Canadian musician

1972-04-23

Pierre Labrie, Canadian poet

1972-04-28

Michelle Menzies, Barrie Ont, Canadian ice pairs (1995, 96 Can champs)

1972-06-10

Edward Reevey, St John NB, Canadian Tour golfer (1992 SC Intercol)

1972-06-13

Natalie MacMaster, Canadian musician

1972-06-25

Mike Kroeger, Canadian musician (Nickelback)

1972-06-26

Garou, Canadian singer

1972-07-05

Robert Esmie, Jamaica, Canadian 4X100m runner (Olympics-gold-96)

1972-07-06

Isabelle Boulay, French-Canadian singer

1972-07-22

Colin Ferguson, Canadian actor

1972-07-25

Craig Howard, Redding California, Canadian Tour golfer (1989 Rolex)

1972-08-01

Tanya Reid, Canadian actress

1972-08-04

Stefan Brogren, Canadian actor

1972-08-14

Jay Manuel, Canadian make-up artist

1972-08-27

Mike Smith, Canadian actor

1972-09-04

Daniel Nestor, Belgrade Yugo, Canadian tennis player (Olympics-96)

1972-09-04

Françoise Yip, Canadian actress

1972-10-25

Jonathan Torrens, Canadian actor

1972-11-11

Adam Beach, Canadian actor

1972-12-12

Kevin Parent, French Canadian singer and songwriter

1973-02-12

Tara Strong, Canadian voice actress

1973-04-03

Matthew Ferguson, Canadian actor

1973-04-07

Ève Salvail, Canadian model

1973-04-09

Spenny Rice, Canadian Entertainer

1973-05-14

Natalie Appleton, Canadian-born singer

1973-05-14

Anais Granofsky, Canadian actress and director

1973-05-17

Steve Barakatt, Canadian composer

1973-06-08

Lexa Doig, Canadian actress

1973-07-03

Johnny Terris, Canadian actor and director

1973-07-22

Rufus Wainwright, Canadian singer

1973-08-27

Cory Bowles, Canadian actor

1973-09-01

J. D. Fortune, Canadian singer (INXS)

1973-09-01

Polly Shannon, Canadian actress

1973-09-12

Martin Lapointe, Canadian hockey player

1973-09-14

Mike Ward, Canadian comedian

1973-09-18

Paul Brousseau, Canadian ice hockey player

1973-10-03

Neve Campbell, Guelph Ontario, Canadian actress (Party of 5, Scream)

1973-10-30

Adam "Edge" Copeland, Canadian wrestler

1973-11-09

Gabrielle Miller, Canadian actress

1973-11-12

Tara Strong, Canadian voice actress

1973-11-14

Moka Only, Canadian musician

1973-11-30

Jason Reso (aka "Christian Cage"), Canadian professional wrestler

1973-12-08

Doron Bell Jr., Canadian actor

1973-12-16

Scott Storch, Canadian-American hip-hop producer

1973-12-25

Alexandre Trudeau, Canadian journalist

1974-01-14

Kevin Durand, Canadian actor

1974-01-25

Robert Budreau, Canadian film director

1974-02-07

Steve Nash, Johannesburg South Africa, Canadian NBA guard (Dallas Mavericks, Phoenix Suns, LA Lakers)

1974-02-18

Ruby Dhalla, Canadian politician

1974-04-11

Tricia Helfer, Canadian model and actor

1974-04-27

Johnny Devine, Canadian professional wrestler

1974-04-29

Jasper Wood, Canadian violinist

1974-05-23

Matt Hindle, Canadian bobsledder

1974-05-24

Will Sasso, Canadian actor and comedian

1974-06-09

Jana Nejedly, Prague Czech, Canadian tennis player (Olympics-96)

1974-06-25

Nisha Ganatra, Canadian film director

1974-06-28

Atilla Buday, Budapest Hungary, Canadian canoeist (Olympics-96)

1974-07-13

Deborah Cox, Canadian R&B singer

1974-08-01

Beckie Scott, Canadian cross-country skiing athlete

1974-08-08

Scott D'Amore, Canadian professional wrestler and manager

1974-08-15

Natasha Henstridge, Canadian actress

1974-08-29

Jay Onrait, Athabasca Alberta, Canadian sports broadcaster (TSN, Fox Sports 1)

1974-10-03

Mike Johnson, Canadian ice hockey player

1974-10-12

Marie Wilson, Canadian actress

1974-11-15

Chad Kroeger, Canadian singer

1974-12-07

Nicole Appleton, Canadian-born singer

1975-01-25

Mia Kirshner, Canadian actress

1975-02-08

Ann-Marie B. Zammit, Canadian Idol

1975-02-24

Ashley MacIsaac, Canadian fiddler

1975-03-04

Hawksley Workman, Canadian rock singer-songwriter

1975-03-17

Andrew "Test" Martin, Canadian professional wrestler

1975-04-22

Greg Moore, Canadian race car driver (d. 1999)

1975-05-09

Chris Diamantopoulos, Canadian actor

1975-05-09

Tamia, Canadian singer

1975-05-24

Marc Gagnon, Canadian short track speed skater

1975-06-18

Martin St. Louis, Canadian hockey player

1975-07-10

Alain Nasreddine, Canadian ice hockey player

1975-07-17

Troy Amos Ross, Georgetown Guyana, Canadian boxer (Olympics-96)

1975-09-09

Michael Bublé, Canadian singer and actor

1975-09-10

Dan O'Toole, Peterborough Ontario, Canadian sports anchor (TSN, Fox Sports 1)

1975-09-22

Ethan Moreau, Canadian ice hockey player

1975-10-30

Ian D'Sa, Guitarist/Vocalist for Canadian rock band Billy Talent

1975-11-06

Maria Duyadare, Canadian Beaver Hunt Volume 2

1975-11-15

Yannick Tremblay, Canadian ice hockey player

1975-12-09

Damhnait Doyle, Rise Up: Canadian Pop Music in the 1980s

1975-12-16

Benjamin Kowalewicz, Canadian musician (Billy Talent)

1975-12-16

Jonathan Scarfe, Canadian actor

1975-12-18

Trish Stratus, Canadian professional wrestler

1976-01-02

Mahée Paiement, Canadian actress

1976-01-03

Alisen Down, Canadian actress

1976-01-07

Éric Gagné, Canadian baseball player

1976-01-24

Shae-Lynn Bourne, Canadian pairs skater (Bourne & Kraatz, 1994 World Champs-4th)

1976-02-13

Feist, Canadian singer and songwriter

1976-02-13

Dave Padden, Canadian musician (Annihilator)

1976-02-20

Gail Kim, Canadian professional wrestler

1976-02-28

Guillaume Lemay-Thivierge, Canadian actor

1976-03-09

Ben Mulroney, Canadian television host

1976-03-15

Cara Pifko, Canadian actress

1976-04-10

Sara Renner, Canadian cross country skier

1976-04-15

Jason Bonsignore, Canadian ice hockey player

1976-04-23

Tamas Buday Jr, Budapest Hungary, Canadian canoeist (Olympics-96)

1976-05-08

Martha Wainwright, Canadian musician and songwriter

1976-05-21

Kardinal Offishall, Canadian rapper

1976-06-06

aKido, Canadian musician

1976-06-23

Emmanuelle Vaugier, Canadian actress

1976-07-13

Sheldon Souray, Canadian ice hockey player

1976-07-23

Jonathan Gallant, Canadian musician (Billy Talent)

1976-08-14

Steve Braun, Canadian actor

1976-08-25

Philippe Comtois, Montreal Quebec, Canadian 3m springboard diver (Olympics-96)

1976-08-29

Kasia Kulesza, Warsaw Poland, Canadian synchro swimmer (Oly-silver-96)

1976-09-13

José Théodore, Canadian ice hockey player

1976-09-18

Gabriel Gervais, Canadian football player

1976-09-20

Enuka Okuma, Canadian actress

1976-10-07

Rachel McAdams, Canadian actress

1976-10-21

Mélanie Turgeon, French Canadian alpine skier

1976-10-23

Ryan Reynolds, Canadian actor and comedian

1976-10-28

Karl Tremblay, Canadian singer (Les Cowboys Fringants)

1976-11-06

Catherine Clark, Canadian journalist; daughter of Joe Clark

1976-11-11

Jesse Keeler, Canadian musician

1976-11-20

Jason Thompson, Canadian actor

1976-12-02

Jennifer Robinson, Barrie Ontario, (1996 Canadian Champ)

1976-12-07

Brent Johnson, Canadian football player

1976-12-07

Georges Laraque, Canadian ice hockey player

1976-12-27

Fernando Pisani, Canadian/Italian ice hockey player

1977-01-08

Ron Pederson, Canadian actor

1977-01-10

Hugues Brassard, Canadian Case Files

1977-01-14

Narain Karthikeyan, The Canadian Grand Prix

1977-03-24

Corneille, Canadian-Rwandan singer

1977-03-26

Sylvain Grenier, Canadian professional wrestler

1977-04-23

Willie Mitchell, Canadian ice hockey player

1977-05-04

Emily Perkins, Canadian actress

1977-05-16

Jean-Sébastien Giguère, Canadian ice hockey player

1977-05-22

Alastair Ralphs, Canadian professional wrestler

1977-05-31

Phil Devey, Canadian baseball player

1977-05-31

Greg Leeb, Canadian ice hockey player

1977-06-11

Shane Meier, Canadian actor

1977-07-17

Marc Savard, Canadian hockey player

1977-07-19

Jean-Sébastien Aubin, Canadian ice hockey goaltender

1977-08-01

Marc Denis, Montreal Quebec, Canadian ice hockey player

1977-08-08

Rocky Thompson, Canadian ice hockey player

1977-08-15

Martin Biron, Canadian ice hockey goaltender

1977-08-18

Régine Chassagne, Canadian musician Arcade Fire

1977-09-23

Matthieu Descoteaux, Canadian ice hockey player

1977-09-29

Wade Brookbank, Canadian ice hockey player

1977-10-06

Daniel Brière, Canadian ice hockey player

1977-10-14

Kelly Schumacher, Canadian basketball player

1977-10-19

Louis-José Houde, Canadian stand-up comic

1977-10-19

Jason Reitman, Canadian filmmaker

1977-10-20

Leila Josefowicz, Canadian classical violinist

1977-10-29

Brendan Fehr, Canadian actor

1977-11-08

Jully Black, Canadian R&B singer

1977-11-23

Myriam Boileau, Canadian diver

1977-12-09

Saskia Garel, Canadian actress

1977-12-10

Emmanuelle Chriqui, Canadian actress

1977-12-16

Éric Bélanger, Canadian ice hockey player

1977-12-20

Saukrates, Canadian rapper

1977-12-27

Jacqueline Pillon, Canadian actress

1978-01-06

Nikki Einfeld, Canadian opera singer

1978-01-06

Tara Spencer-Nairn, Canadian actress

1978-01-09

Mathieu Garon, Canadian ice hockey player

1978-01-27

Pete Laforest, Canadian baseball player

1978-03-04

Pierre Dagenais, Canadian ice hockey player

1978-03-04

Rachel Roberts, Canadian model and actress

1978-04-01

Jean-Pierre Dumont, Canadian ice hockey player

1978-04-11

Tom Thacker, Canadian musician

1978-05-02

Steve Bays, Canadian musician

1978-05-15

Dwayne DeRosario, Canadian footballer

1978-05-15

Caroline Dhavernas, Canadian actress

1978-05-21

Jamaal Magloire, Canadian professional basketballer

1978-05-21

Adam Gontier, Canadian singer Three Days Grace

1978-06-14

Steve Bégin, French-Canadian hockey player

1978-06-19

Tyson Dux, Canadian wrestler

1978-06-21

Erica Durance, Canadian actress

1978-07-22

A. J. Cook, Canadian actress

1978-08-02

Brent J. Rubin, Canadian Dream

1978-08-22

Jeff Stinco, Canadian musician (Simple Plan)

1978-09-05

Laura Bertram, Canadian actress

1978-09-17

Shawn Horcoff, Canadian ice hockey player

1978-10-05

Jesse Palmer, Canadian-born American football player

1978-10-05

Morgan Webb, Canadian-born television presenter

1978-10-07

Jake Humphrey, The Canadian Grand Prix

1978-11-19

Matt Dusk, Canadian jazz musician / vocalist

1978-12-02

Nelly Furtado, Canadian singer and songwriter

1978-12-14

Kim St-Pierre, Canadian ice hockey player

1978-12-17

Neil Sanderson, Canadian drummer (Three Days Grace)

1978-12-23

Esthero, Canadian musician and singer

1978-12-23

Estella Warren, Canadian model and actress

1979-01-16

Brenden Morrow, Canadian ice hockey player

1979-01-16

Jason Ward, Canadian ice hockey player

1979-02-02

Petra Cada, Prague Czech, Canadian table tennis player (Olympics-96)

1979-03-06

Erik Bedard, Canadian baseball player

1979-03-17

Andrew Ference, Canadian ice hockey player

1979-04-04

Roberto Luongo, Canadian ice hockey goaltender

1979-04-11

Sebastien Grainger, Canadian musician

1979-05-02

Jason Chimera, Canadian ice hockey player

1979-05-09

Pierre Bouvier, Canadian musician (Simple Plan)

1979-05-11

Erin Lang, Canadian musician

1979-05-23

Brian Campbell, Canadian ice hockey player

1979-05-25

Caroline Ouellette, French Canadian ice hockey player

1979-05-30

Mike Bishai, Canadian ice hockey player

1979-06-08

Pete Orr, Canadian baseball player

1979-06-20

Lani Billard, Canadian actress

1979-07-02

Joe Thornton, London Ontario, Canadian hockey player

1979-07-26

Peter Sarno, Canadian ice hockey player

1979-08-03

Evangeline Lilly, Canadian model/actress

1979-08-12

Cindy Klassen, Canadian speed skater

1979-08-27

Sarah Neufeld, Canadian musician (Arcade Fire)

1979-08-29

Chieu Luu, Canadian journalist

1979-08-31

Mark Johnston, Canadian swimmer

1979-09-05

Stacey Dales, Canadian basketball player and sportscaster

1979-09-15

Patrick Marleau, Canadian ice hockey player

1979-09-17

Chuck Comeau, Canadian musician (Simple Plan)

1979-10-05

Curtis Sanford, Canadian ice hockey player

1979-10-07

Aaron Ashmore, Canadian actor

1979-10-07

Shawn Ashmore, Canadian actor

1979-10-25

Milena Roucka, Canadian former model current professional wrestler of Czech and Costa Rican descent.

1979-11-21

Alex Tanguay, Canadian hockey player

1979-12-03

Rainbow Sun Francks, Canadian actor

1979-12-15

Eric Young, Canadian professional wrestler

1980-02-02

Teddy Hart, Canadian professional wrestler

1980-02-06

Kim Poirier, Canadian actress

1980-02-10

Mike Ribeiro, Canadian ice hockey player

1980-02-21

Brad Fast, Canadian ice hockey player

1980-02-21

Jim Vandermeer, Canadian ice hockey player

1980-02-29

Simon Gagné, Canadian ice hockey player

1980-03-14

Mercedes McNab, Canadian-born actress

1980-03-19

Don Sparrow, Canadian illustrator

1980-03-21

Deryck Whibley, Canadian guitarist and singer (Sum41)

1980-04-10

Sean Avery, Canadian ice hockey player

1980-04-12

Erik Mongrain, Canadian musician

1980-04-14

Win Butler, American/Canadian musician (Arcade Fire)

1980-04-18

Robyn Regehr, Canadian ice hockey player

1980-04-21

Vincent Lecavalier, Canadian hockey player

1980-04-29

Mathieu Biron, Canadian ice hockey player

1980-05-02

Pierre-Luc Gagnon, Canadian skateboarder

1980-05-02

Brad Richards, Canadian ice hockey player

1980-05-08

Benny Yau, Canadian entertainer

1980-06-04

François Beauchemin, French Canadian ice hockey player

1980-06-16

Brad Gushue, Canadian curler

1980-06-19

Lauren Lee Smith, Canadian actress

1980-06-24

Liane Balaban, Canadian actress

1980-07-11

T.J. Wilson, Canadian professional wrestler

1980-07-21

Tailor James, Canadian model

1980-07-26

Dave Baksh, Canadian guitarist (Sum 41)

1980-07-29

Ryan Braun, Kitchener, Onatrio, Canadian baseball player (Los Angeles Angels)

1980-08-03

Dominic Moore, Canadian ice hockey player

1980-08-12

Matt Thiessen, Canadian/American musician (Relient K)

1980-08-22

Nicolas Macrozonaris, French-Canadian track-and-field athlete

1980-08-24

Sonja Bennett, Canadian actress

1980-08-29

David Desrosiers, Canadian musician(Simple Plan)

1980-09-02

Dany Sabourin, French Canadian Goaltender in the National Hockey League

1980-09-03

Cone McCaslin, Canadian bassist (Sum 41)

1980-09-11

Mike Comrie, Canadian ice hockey player

1980-09-19

Sara Quin, Canadian singer/songwriter (Tegan and Sara)

1980-09-19

Tegan Quin, Canadian singer/songwriter (Tegan and Sara)

1980-09-29

Dallas Green, Canadian musician (Alexisonfire, City and Colour)

1980-09-30

Camilla D'Errico, Canadian comic book artist and painter

1980-10-03

Sheldon Brookbank, Canadian hockey player

1980-10-04

Kristina Lenko, Canadian ice skater

1980-10-07

Edison Chen, Canadian-born actor

1980-10-30

Sarah Carter, Canadian actress

1980-11-12

Ryan Gosling, London Ontario, Canadian actor (The Notebook, Drive)

1980-11-13

François-Louis Tremblay, Canadian short track speed skater

1980-11-16

Carol Huynh, 2008 Canadian Gold Medalist,48 kg. wrestling

1980-12-09

Ryder Hesjedal, Canadian cyclist

1980-12-10

Massari, Lebanese-born Canadian singer

1981-01-07

Alex Auld, Canadian ice hockey player

1981-01-08

Jeff Francis, Canadian baseball player

1981-01-20

Crystal Lowe, Canadian actress

1981-01-21

Dany Heatley, Canadian ice hockey player

1981-01-23

Rob Friend, Canadian footballer

1981-02-10

Natasha St-Pier, Canadian singer

1981-02-19

Ronnie Arniell, Canadian professional wrestler

1981-03-23

Luciana Carro, Canadian actress

1981-04-08

Taylor Kitsch, Canadian actor and model

1981-04-11

Alexandre Burrows, Canadian ice hockey player

1981-04-19

Hayden Christensen, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canadian actor (Sam-Life as a House, Star Wars)

1981-04-29

Émilie Mondor, Canadian athlete (d. 2006)

1981-05-13

Sunny Leone, Canadian model

1981-05-15

Justin Morneau, Canadian baseball player

1981-06-05

Sebastien Lefebvre, Canadian musician (Simple Plan)

1981-06-16

Kevin Bieksa, Canadian ice hockey player

1981-06-21

Yann Danis, Canadian ice hockey player

1981-06-30

Matt Kirk, Canadian football Player

1981-07-02

Aaron Voros, Canadian hockey player

1981-07-05

Jesse Crain, Canadian baseball player

1981-07-09

Kimveer Gill, Canadian spree shooter (Dawson College shooting) (d. 2006)

1981-07-23

Steve Jocz, Canadian drummer (Sum 41)

1981-08-05

Erik Guay, Canadian alpine skier

1981-08-26

Petey Williams, Canadian professional wrestler

1981-08-29

Geneviève Jeanson, French Canadian cyclist

1981-09-13

Angel Williams, Canadian wrestler

1981-10-03

Amanda Walsh, Canadian actress

1981-10-04

Justin Williams, Canadian ice hockey player

1981-10-08

Raffi Torres, Canadian ice hockey player

1981-10-16

Caterina Scorsone, Canadian actress

1981-10-27

Kristi Richards, Canadian freestyle skier

1981-11-16

Allison Crowe, Canadian singer

1981-11-25

Destiny, Canadian Beaver

1981-11-26

Gina Kingsbury, Canadian hockey player

1981-11-30

Rich Harden, Canadian baseball player

1981-12-14

Emilie Heymans, Canadian diver

1981-12-15

Brendan Fletcher, Canadian actor

1981-12-20

Adam Rostvig, Canadian Zombie

1982-01-17

Amanda Wilkinson, Canadian singer

1982-02-25

Tara Wilson, Canadian actress

1982-03-03

Colton Orr, Canadian ice hockey player

1982-03-10

Katharine Isabelle, Canadian actress

1982-03-15

Jordan Hastings, Canadian drummer (Alexisonfire)

1982-04-02

Leyla Milani, Canadian actress and model

1982-04-03

Cobie Smulders, Canadian actress

1982-04-09

Jay Baruchel, Canadian actor

1982-04-15

Seth Rogen, Canadian actor and writer

1982-04-17

Brad Boyes, Canadian hockey player

1982-04-18

Marie-Élaine Thibert, Canadian singer

1982-04-30

Andrew Seeley, Canadian actor and singer

1982-05-11

Cory Monteith, Calgary, Alberta, Canadian actor and musician (Glee, Monte Carlo)

1982-06-02

Jewel Staite, Canadian actress

1982-06-08

Irina Lazareanu, Romanian-Canadian model

1982-06-09

Andrew Walker, Canadian actor

1982-06-16

Missy Peregrym, Canadian actress

1982-06-24

Mark Penney, Canadian film director

1982-06-24

Jarret Stoll, Canadian ice hockey player

1982-07-09

Maggie Ma, Canadian actress

1982-09-01

Jeffrey Buttle, Canadian figure skater

1982-09-17

Garth Murray, Canadian ice hockey player

1982-09-28

Ray Emery, Canadian hockey player

1982-09-28

Dustin Penner, Canadian hockey player

1982-10-02

George Pettit, Canadian singer (Alexisonfire)

1982-10-15

Charline Labonté, French Canadian ice hockey goaltender

1982-10-29

Chelan Simmons, Canadian actress

1982-10-31

Justin Chatwin, Canadian actor

1982-11-23

Colby Armstrong, Canadian ice-hockey player

1982-11-30

Elisha Cuthbert, Canadian actress

1982-11-30

Jason Pominville, Canadian ice hockey player

1982-12-10

Tim Deegan, Canadian MuchMusic VJ

1982-12-17

Craig Kielburger, Canadian labour activist

1982-12-30

Kristin Kreuk, Canadian actress

1983-01-11

Matthew Palleschi, Canadian soccer player

1983-01-21

Maryse Ouellet, French-Canadian model and professional wrestler

1983-01-25

Andrée Watters, Canadian singer

1983-01-27

Carlo Colaiacovo, Canadian ice hockey player

1983-02-02

Jordin Tootoo, Canadian hockey player

1983-02-06

Myron Wolf Child, Canadian politician

1983-02-11

Nicki Clyne, Canadian actress

1983-02-15

Russell Martin, Canadian baseball player

1983-03-01

Blake Hawksworth, Canadian baseball player

1983-03-10

Reena Virk, Canadian murder victim (d. 1997)

1983-03-26

David Bennett, Canadian powerlifter and steamfitter

1983-03-30

Scott Moffatt, Canadian singer and songwriter

1983-03-31

Jade Hart, WWF in Your House 16: Canadian Stampede

1983-04-04

Doug Lynch, Canadian ice hockey player

1983-04-23

Jennifer Heil, Canadian free style skier

1983-05-04

Derek Roy, Canadian ice hockey player

1983-05-16

Kyle Wellwood, Canadian ice hockey player

1983-05-23

Cristiano Bilanzola, Canadian musician and film-maker

1983-06-12

Christine Sinclair, Canadian soccer player

1983-06-13

Jason Spezza, Canadian hockey player

1983-06-23

Brooks Laich, Canadian ice hockey player

1983-07-06

Gregory Smith, Canadian actor

1983-08-09

Shane O'Brien, Canadian hockey player

1983-08-10

Mathieu Roy, Canadian ice hockey player

1983-08-25

Janet Chow, Canadian/Chinese beauty pageant contestant

1983-09-27

Travis MacRae, Canadian singer-songwriter

1983-10-30

Iain Hume, Canadian footballer

1983-11-19

Daria Werbowy, Ukranian-Canadian Supermodel

1983-11-19

Chandra Crawford, Canadian cross-country skier

1983-11-24

Meredith Henderson, Canadian actress

1983-11-29

Tanner Glass, Canadian ice hockey player

1983-12-15

René Goguen (René Duprée), Canadian professional wrestler

1983-12-19

Matt Stajan, Canadian ice hockey player

1984-01-16

Jared Slingerland, Canadian musician

1984-01-22

Ben Eager, Canadian ice hockey player

1984-02-29

Cam Ward, Canadian ice hockey player

1984-03-01

Alexander Steen, Canadian-born Swedish ice hockey player

1984-03-08

Dave Moffatt, Canadian musician

1984-03-11

Marc-André Grondin, Canadian actor

1984-03-13

Noel Fisher, Canadian actor

1984-03-26

Stéphanie Lapointe, French-Canadian singer

1984-04-09

Adam Loewen, Canadian baseball player

1984-05-05

Wade MacNeil, Canadian guitarist (Alexisonfire)

1984-05-17

Christine Robinson, Canadian water polo player

1984-05-25

Kyle Brodziak, Canadian ice hockey player

1984-06-04

Ian White, Canadian hockey player

1984-06-16

Rick Nash, Canadian ice hockey player

1984-07-03

Corey Sevier, Canadian actor

1984-07-07

Marie-Mai, Canadian singer

1984-07-09

Jacob Hoggard, singer of Canadian band Hedley (band)

1984-07-11

Tanith Belbin, Canadian ice dancer

1984-07-14

Chris Steele, Canadian musician, (Alexisonfire)

1984-07-18

Vanessa Gold, Canadian Beaver

1984-08-14

Josh Gorges, Canadian ice hockey player

1984-08-24

Kyle Schmid, Canadian actor

1984-09-19

Kevin Zegers, Canadian actor

1984-09-22

Laura Vandervoort, Canadian actress

1984-09-27

Avril Lavigne, Belleville Ontario, Canadian singer-songwriter

1984-10-11

Martha MacIsaac, Canadian actress

1984-10-16

Trevor Blumas, Canadian actor

1984-10-21

Anouk Leblanc-Boucher, French Canadian short track speed skater

1984-10-29

Eric Staal, Canadian ice hockey player

1984-11-02

Tamara Hope, Canadian actress

1984-11-28

Marc-Andre Fleury, Canadian ice hockey player

1984-9-08

Vitaly Petrov, The Canadian Grand Prix

1984-9-14

Patricia Petit, Canadian Beaver

1985-01-05

Michael Cuccione, Canadian actor (d. 2001)

1985-02-11

Mike Richards, Canadian ice hockey player

1985-02-28

Fefe Dobson, Canadian singer

1985-03-09

Pastor Maldonado, The Canadian Grand Prix

1985-03-10

Kim Leclerc, Canadian politician

1985-03-15

F.V.A. Morriello, Canadian author

1985-03-29

Maxim Lapierre, Canadian ice hockey forward

1985-04-06

Clarke MacArthur, Canadian-born ice hockey player

1985-04-10

Dion Phaneuf, Canadian ice hockey player

1985-05-10

Ryan Getzlaf, Canadian ice hockey player

1985-05-13

Travis Zajac, Canadian ice hockey player

1985-05-16

Corey Perry, Canadian ice hockey player

1985-05-22

Marc-Antoine Pouliot, Canadian ice hockey player

1985-06-05

Joshua Hellyer, Canadian Idol

1985-06-08

Alexandre Despatie, French-Canadian diver

1985-06-12

Tasha-Ray Evin, Canadian musician (Lillix)

1985-06-13

Danny Syvret, Canadian ice hockey player

1985-07-24

Patrice Bergeron, Canadian hockey player

1985-07-28

Dustin Milligan, Canadian actor

1985-08-02

Harry Smith, Canadian professional wrestler

1985-09-11

Zack Stortini, Canadian ice hockey player

1985-09-17

Mason Raymond, Canadian ice hockey player

1985-10-12

Mike Green, Canadian ice hockey player

1985-10-14

Daniel Clark, Canadian actor

1985-11-04

Gregory Shepherd, Canadian Muscle

1985-11-27

Alison Pill, Canadian actress

1985-12-27

Paul Stastny, Canadian-American ice hockey player

1985-12-27

Jérôme d'Ambrosio, The Canadian Grand Prix

1986-01-08

Jaclyn Linetsky, Canadian actress (d. 2003)

1986-01-13

Joannie Rochette, Canadian figure skater

1986-01-26

Shantelle Taylor, Canadian professional wrestler

1986-02-07

Deanna Casaluce, Canadian actress

1986-02-19

Kyle Chipchura, Canadian ice hockey player

1986-04-23

Jessica Stam, Canadian supermodel

1986-04-28

George Nozuka, Canadian Singer/Songwriter

1986-05-02

James Kirk, Canadian actor

1986-05-06

Tyler Hynes, Canadian actor

1986-05-12

Emily VanCamp, Canadian actress

1986-05-31

Melissa McIntyre, Canadian actress

1986-06-04

Shane Kippel, Canadian actor

1986-06-09

Adamo Ruggiero, Canadian actor

1986-06-28

Shadia Simmons, Canadian actress

1986-07-24

Megan Park, Canadian actress

1986-08-20

Robert Clark, Canadian actor

1986-08-29

Lauren Collins, Canadian actress

1986-09-26

Ashley Leggat, Canadian actress

1986-09-29

Benoît Pouliot, Canadian ice hockey player

1986-09-29

Mark Fraser, Canadian ice hockey player

1986-10-22

Kara Lang, Canadian soccer player

1986-10-24

Aubrey Graham, Canadian actor and rapper

1986-11-04

Alexz Johnson, Canadian singer and actress

1986-9-13

Kamui Kobayashi, The Canadian Grand Prix

1987-01-01

Gilbert Brule, Canadian professional hockey player

1987-01-01

Devin Setoguchi, Canadian professional hockey player

1987-01-15

Michael Seater, Canadian actor

1987-02-21

Ellen Page, Canadian actress

1987-02-25

Eva Avila, Canadian singer

1987-03-11

Marc-Andre Gragnani, Canadian ice hockey player

1987-03-27

Chad Denny, Canadian ice hockey player

1987-04-04

Sarah Gadon, Canadian actress

1987-04-24

Kristopher Letang, Canadian hockey player

1987-04-27

Emma Taylor-Isherwood, Canadian actress

1987-05-19

David Edgar, Canadian football (soccer) player

1987-05-24

Guillaume Latendresse, French-Canadian hockey player

1987-07-26

Miriam McDonald, Canadian actress

1987-08-07

Sidney Crosby, Canadian hockey player

1987-08-25

Stacey Farber, Canadian actress

1987-09-07

Aleksandra Wozniak, Canadian tennis player

1987-09-08

Alexandre Bilodeau, Montreal Quebec, Canadian freestyle skier (Gold in 2010 and 2014 Winter Olympics)

1987-11-12

Bryan Little, Canadian ice hockey player

1987-9-11

Stefanie Wunderlin, Swiss Guides in the Canadian Rockies: Beyond Adventure

1988-04-21

Robbie Amell, Canadian actor

1988-04-25

James Sheppard, Canadian ice hockey player

1988-05-05

Skye Sweetnam, Canadian singer and songwriter

1988-05-09

Skye Regan, Canadian Actress and Writer

1988-05-09

John Ryan Fitzpatrick, Canadian race truck driver

1988-05-18

Ryan Cooley, Canadian television actor

1988-05-28

David Perron, Canadian ice hockey player

1988-06-07

Milan Lucic, Canadian Hockey player (Boston Bruins)

1988-06-07

Michael Cera, Brampton, Ontario, Canadian actor (Arrested Development, Superbad)

1988-06-16

Keshia Chante, Canadian singer

1988-07-12

Melissa O'Neil, Canadian singer

1988-07-25

Heather Marks, Canadian model

1988-09-10

Jordan Staal, Canadian ice hockey player

1988-09-24

Karl Alzner, Canadian hockey player

1988-12-19

Paulina Gretzky, American-born Canadian actress and model

1989-02-13

Carly McKillip, Canadian actress

1989-02-20

Melanie Leishman, Canadian actress

1989-03-03

Erica Morningstar, Canadian Swimmer, and record holder.

1989-03-09

Christina Broccolini, Canadian TV presenter

1989-03-28

Mira Leung, Canadian figure skater

1989-04-19

Fiona MacGillivray, Canadian vocalist (The Cottars)

1989-07-25

Noel Callahan, Canadian actor

1989-07-27

Charlotte Arnold, Canadian actress

1989-08-10

Sam Gagner, Canadian ice hockey player

1989-08-14

Kyle Turris, Canadian ice hockey player

1989-12-02

Cassie Steele, Canadian actress

1989-12-08

Drew Doughty, Canadian hockey player

1990-02-07

Steven Stamkos, Canadian ice hockey player

1990-06-24

Michael Del Zotto, Canadian ice hockey player

1990-06-27

Aselin Debison, Canadian singer

1990-06-28

Jasmine Richards, Canadian actress

1990-08-14

Jaydee Bixby, Canadian singer

1990-09-20

John Tavares, Canadian ice hockey player

1991-01-07

Max Morrow, Canadian actor

1991-08-16

Sarah-Jeanne Labrosse, Canadian actress

1991-11-26

Ashley Sky, Canadian Party Girls

1991-12-12

Daniel Magder, Canadian actor

1993-01-26

Cameron Bright, Canadian actor

1993-03-19

Munro Chambers, Canadian actor

1993-07-28

Hannah Lochner, Canadian actress

1994-03-01

Justin Bieber, London Ontario, Canadian pop singer (Baby, One Time)

1994-07-27

Spencer Achtymichuk, Canadian actor

1994-10-09

Jodelle Ferland, Canadian actress

1995-02-08

Jordan Todosey, Canadian actress

1995-03-23

Jan Lisiecki, Canadian Pianist

1995-10-25

Conchita Campbell, Canadian actress

1996-09-27

Daeg Faerch, Danish-born Canadian actor

1997-06-12

William Cuddy, Canadian actor

1998-05-16

Ariel Waller, Canadian child actress

Canadian - Notable Weddings

Vincent MasseyJun 4, 1915

William ShatnerOct 20, 1973

Neil YoungAug 2, 1978

Hilary DuffAug 14, 2010

Seth RogenOct 2, 2011

Avril LavigneJul 1, 2013

Canadian - Weddings
Date Event
1915-06-04

Canadian diplomat Vincent Massey (28) weds Alice Parkin

1973-10-20

Canadian actor William Shatner (Star Trek) marries Marcy Lafferty

1978-08-02

Canadian singer-songwriter Neil Young (32) weds Pegi Morton

2002-08-10

"Baywatch" actress Angelica Bridges (28) weds Canadian hockey player Sheldon Souray (26) at the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada

2006-12-30

Canadian pair figure skaters David Pelletier (31) weds partner Jamie Sale (28) at the Fairmont Banff Springs hotel in Alberta, Canada

2010-08-14

Actress and singer Hilary Duff (24) weds retired Canadian professional ice hockey centre Mike Comrie (31) at La Quinta Estate in Montecito, California

2011-03-31

Italian Canadian singer Michael Buble (35) weds actress and model Luisana Lopilato (23) in Buenos Aires

2011-06-18

British peer and brother of Princess Diana Charles Spencer (47) weds Canadian social entrepreneur and former model Karen Gordon (39) at Althorp House in Northamptonshire

2011-10-02

Canadian stand-up comedian and actor Seth Rogen (30) weds screenwriter Lauren Miller at Kunde Family Estate in Sonoma, California

2013-07-01

Canadian singer Avril Lavigne (28) weds Canadian singer Chad Kroeger (38) at the Château de La Napoule, a reconstructed medieval castle on the Mediterranean Sea in the South of France.

Canadian - Notable Divorces

Pierre TrudeauApr 2, 1984

Canadian - Divorces
Date Event
1984-04-02

Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau (64) divorces Margaret Trudeau (35) due to irreconcilable differences after 13 years of marriage

Canadian - Notable Deaths

Jeanne ManceJun 18, 1673

Abraham GesnerApr 29, 1864

Laura SecordOct 17, 1868

Louis RielNov 16, 1885

John McCraeJan 28, 1918

Wilfrid LaurierFeb 17, 1918

William George BarkerMar 12, 1930

Howie MorenzMar 8, 1937

Frederick BantingFeb 21, 1941

Lucy Maud MontgomeryApr 24, 1942

Tommy BurnsMay 10, 1955

Billy BishopSep 11, 1956

Cluny MacPhersonNov 16, 1966

Cy DennenySep 10, 1970

Lester B. PearsonDec 27, 1972

Tim HortonFeb 21, 1974

Cyrus S. EatonMay 9, 1979

Marshall McLuhanDec 31, 1980

Clarence CampbellJun 24, 1984

Eddie ShoreMar 16, 1985

Tommy DouglasFeb 24, 1986

Jacques PlanteFeb 27, 1986

Elizabeth SmartMar 4, 1986

Doug HarveyDec 26, 1989

John Peters HumphreyMar 14, 1995

Phil HartmanMay 28, 1998

Maurice RichardMay 27, 2000

Pierre BertonNov 30, 2004

Saul BellowApr 5, 2005

Peter JenningsAug 7, 2005

John Kenneth GalbraithApr 29, 2006

Oscar PetersonDec 23, 2007

Cory MonteithJul 13, 2013

Canadian - Deaths
Date Event
1642-09-29

René Goupil, French Catholic missionary, one of Canadian Martyrs (b. 1608)

1648-07-04

Antoine Daniel, French Jesuit missionary, one of the Canadian Martyrs (b. 1601)

1649-03-17

Gabriel Lallemant, French Jesuit missionary, one of the Canadian Martyrs (b. 1610)

1673-06-18

Jeanne Mance, French Canadian settler and founder of the first hospital in North America, dies at 66

1706-07-09

Pierre Le Moyne d'Iberville, French Canadian sailor and explorer (b. 1661)

1771-12-23

Marie-Marguerite d'Youville, Canadian saint (b. 1701)

1774-09-25

John Bradstreet, Canadian-born soldier (b. 1714)

1809-07-03

Joseph Quesnel, French-Canadian composer and playwright (b. 1746)

1813-12-19

James McGill, Scottish-Canadian businessman and philanthropist (b. 1744)

1836-01-11

John Molson, Canadian brewer (b. 1763)

1838-12-14

Jean-Olivier Chénier, French Canadian physician and Patriote (b. 1806)

1852-05-12

John Richardson, Canadian writer (War of 1812), dies

1857-02-10

David Thompson, Canadian explorer (b. 1770)

1857-09-03

John McLoughlin, Canadian trapper (b. 1784)

1858-12-09

Robert Baldwin, Canadian politician (b. 1804)

1862-04-19

Simon Fraser, Canadian explorer, dies

1864-02-26

Louis-Hippolyte Lafontaine, French Canadian politician (b. 1807)

1864-04-29

Abraham Gesner, Canadian geologist (inventor of kerosene), dies at 66

1864-10-04

Joseph Montferrand, French Canadian logger and strong man (b. 1802)

1865-04-28

Samuel Cunard, Canadian-born British shipping magnate (b. 1787)

1866-02-03

François-Xavier Garneau, French Canadian poet and historian (b. 1809)

1866-10-26

John Kinder Labatt, Irish-Canadian brewer (Labatt Brewing Company) (b. 1803)

1868-04-07

D'Arcy McGee, Canadian journalist and Father of Confederation (b. 1825)

1868-10-17

Laura Secord, Canadian heroine of the war of 1812 (b. 1775)

1870-09-27

Henry TP Comstock, Canadian silver prospector, dies at 50

1871-01-29

Philippe-Joseph Aubert de Gaspé, French Canadian writer and Seigneur (b. 1786)

1872-11-29

Cornelius Kreighoff, Canadian, dies

1873-05-20

Sir George-Étienne Cartier, French-Canadian statesman (b. 1814)

1873-06-01

Joseph Howe, Canadian politician (b. 1804)

1878-04-01

John Corry Wilson Daly, Canadian politician (b. 1796)

1879-01-16

Octave Crémazie, French Canadian poet (b. 1827)

1885-07-17

Jean-Charles Chapais, Canadian politician (b. 1811)

1885-11-16

Louis Riel, Canadian rebel leader and "Father of Manitoba", hanged for treason at 41

1886-03-30

Joseph-Alfred Mousseau, French Canadian politician (b. 1838)

1892-06-09

William Grant Stairs, Canadian explorer (b. 1863)

1893-09-19

Alexander Tilloch Galt, Canadian politician, a father of Canadian Confederation (b. 1817)

1894-06-22

Alexandre-Antonin Taché, Canadian archbishop (b. 1823)

1898-06-13

Joseph-Adolphe Chapleau, Canadian lawyer and politician (b. 1840)

1901-05-04

John Jones Ross, Canadian politician (b. 1831)

1901-06-02

George Leslie Mackay, Canadian missionary (b. 1844)

1903-04-30

Emily Stowe, Canadian physician and suffragist (b.1831)

1904-07-03

Edouard Beaupré, Canadian giant and strongman (b. 1881)

1904-08-25

William Hall, Canadian Royal Naval sailor (b. 1827)

1904-09-26

John F. Stairs, Canadian businessman and statesman (b. 1848)

1905-10-29

Etienne Desmarteau, Canadian athlete (b. 1873)

1906-02-10

Ezra Butler Eddy, Canadian businessman (E.B. Eddy Company) and politician (b. 1827)

1906-10-07

Honoré Beaugrand, Canadian journalist and politician, mayor of Montreal (b. 1848)

1907-01-31

Timothy Eaton, Canadian department store founder (b. 1834)

1908-05-31

Louis-Honoré Fréchette, French Canadian poet (b. 1839)

1908-11-16

Henri-Gustave Joly de Lotbinière, French-born Canadian politician (b. 1829)

1908-12-30

Thomas-Alfred Bernier, Canadian lawyer, journalist and senator (b. 1844)

1911-04-14

Henri Elzéar Taschereau, French Canadian jurist and Chief Justice of Canada (b. 1836)

1912-11-10

Louis Cyr, Canadian strongman (b. 1863)

1913-03-07

Emily Pauline Johnson, Native Canadian poet

1913-10-01

Eugene O'Keefe, Canadian businessman and philanthropist (b. 1827)

1915-07-22

Sir Sandford Fleming, Scottish-Canadian engineer and inventor (b. 1827)

1917-07-08

Tom Thomson, Canadian painter (b. 1877)

1917-12-28

Alfred Edwin McKay, Canadian World War One flying ace (b. 1892)

1918-01-28

John McCrae, Canadian poet/physician/soldier, dies of pneumonia at 45

1918-02-17

Wilfrid Laurier, Canadian PM (1896-1911), dies

1918-11-11

George Lawrence Price, Canadian soldier, last person to be killed in W.W.I. (b. 1892)

1919-01-01

William W Campbell, Canadian poet (Ian of the Orcades), dies at 60

1919-08-18

Joseph E. Seagram, Canadian distillery founder (b. 1841)

1919-10-29

A. B. Simpson, Canadian preacher (b. 1843)

1921-03-24

Larry McLean, Canadian baseball player (b. 1881)

1921-11-27

Douglas Colin Cameron, Canadian politician]] (b. 1854)

1928-04-16

Henry Birks, Canadian businessman, founder of Henri Birks and Sons (b. 1840)

1930-03-12

William George Barker, Canadian fighter ace (Victoria Cross recipient), dies in a training accident at 35

1930-04-03

Emma Albani, Canadian soprano (b. 1847)

1930-04-19

Georges-Casimir Dessaulles, Canadian senator (b. 1827)

1930-06-12

Dyce Willcocks, cricketer ("Grand Old Man" of Canadian cricket), dies

1931-05-31

Felix-Raymond-Marie Rouleau, French Canadian cardinal, archbishop of Quebec (b. 1866)

1932-02-27

William Southam, Canadian newspaper publisher (b. 1843)

1932-06-14

Dorimène Roy Desjardins, Canadian business pioneer

1932-07-22

Reginald Fessenden, Canadian inventor and radio pioneer (b. 1866)

1932-08-09

John Charles Fields, Canadian mathematician and founder of the Fields Medal, dies after a three-month illness at 69

1933-01-03

Jack Pickford, Canadian actor (b. 1896)

1933-11-30

Sir Arthur Currie, Canadian general (b. 1875)

1934-07-28

Marie Dressler, Canadian-American actress (Dinner at 8, Anna Christie), dies at 65 of cancer

1934-07-29

Didier Pitre, French Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1883)

1935-03-16

John J R Macleod, Scot/Canadian physiologist (Nobel 1923), dies at 58

1937-01-06

André Besette, Canadian religious figure (b. 1845)

1937-01-21

Marie Prevost, Canadian actress (b. 1898)

1937-03-08

Howie Morenz, Canadian ice hockey player, dies of a heart attack at 34

1938-04-13

Archibald Belaney, Canadian conservationist (b. 1888)

1939-03-27

Constance Lindsay Skinner, Quesnel British Columbia, Canadian author (Rivers of America), dies at 57

1939-08-25

Babe Siebert, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1904)

1939-09-20

Paul Bruchési, French Canadian Catholic archbishop of Montreal (b. 1855)

1939-11-12

Norman Bethune, Canadian doctor and humanitarian (b. 1890)

1940-08-31

Georges Gauthier, French Canadian Roman Catholic archbishop of Montreal (b. 1871)

1940-10-10

Berton Churchill, Canadian actor (b. 1876)

1941-02-20

La Bolduc, French Canadian singer and songwriter (b. 1894)

1941-02-21

Frederick Banting, Canadian physician, recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (b. 1891)

1941-10-17

John S Plaskett, Canadian astronomer (Plaskett's twins), dies

1941-11-26

Ernest Lapointe, French-Canadian politician (b. 1876)

1942-04-24

Lucy Maud Montgomery, Canadian author (Anne of Green Gables), dies at 67

1942-06-17

Charles Fitzpatrick, Canadian politician (b. 1853)

1942-12-29

Frank D Adams, Canadian geologist, dies at 83

1943-07-08

Harry Oakes, Canadian ruler of Bahamas, murdered

1943-10-24

Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau, French Canadian poet (b. 1912)

1944-11-03

Jack Miner, Canadian Naturalist and Conservationist, dies at 79

1945-02-23

Aubrey Cousins, Canadian sergeant (Victoria Cross), dies in battle

1945-03-02

Emily Carr, Canadian artist (b. 1871)

1946-05-30

Louis Slotin, Canadian Physicist and Chemist at Los Alamos, dies of radiation poisoning at 35 (b. 1910)

1947-01-11

Eva Tanguay, Canadian-born singer and entertainer (b. 1879)

1947-05-05

Ty LaForest, Canadian baseball player (b. 1917)

1947-06-10

Alexander Bethune, Canadian politician (b. 1852)

1947-11-14

Joseph Allard, French Canadian fiddler (b. 1873)

1951-04-04

Al Christie, Canadian film director and producer (b. 1881)

1951-06-08

Eugène Fiset, French Canadian military officer and politician (b. 1874)

1951-08-22

J. P. Bickell, Canadian businessman and sports team owner (b. 1884)

1952-07-06

Louis-Alexandre Taschereau, French Canadian politician (b. 1867)

1952-08-31

Henri Bourassa, French Canadian political leader (b. 1868)

1953-01-26

Athanase David, French Canadian politician and businessman (b. 1882)

1954-04-13

Angus Lewis Macdonald, Canadian politician (b. 1890)

1954-05-26

Lionel Conacher, Canadian athlete (b. 1900)

1955-05-10

Tommy Burns, Canadian boxer, dies of a heart attack at 73

1955-08-02

Alfred Lépine, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1901)

1956-01-21

Sam Langford, Canadian boxer (b. 1883)

1956-07-20

James Alexander Calder, Canadian politician (b. 1868)

1956-09-11

Billy Bishop, Canadian pilot in World War I (b. 1894)

1956-12-07

Huntley Gordon, Canadian actor (b. 1887)

1957-04-04

E. Herbert Norman, Canadian diplomat (b. 1909)

1957-09-19

Reginald Aldworth Daly, Canadian-American Geologist who independently developed the theory of magmatic stopping, dies at 86

1958-06-26

George Orton, Canadian athlete (b. 1873)

1958-09-11

Robert W. Service, Scottish-born Canadian poet (b. 1874)

1958-09-11

Camillien Houde, French Canadian politician (b. 1889)

1960-01-02

Paul Sauvé, Canadian politician (b. 1907)

1960-01-10

Jack Laviolette, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1879)

1960-07-26

Maud Menten, Canadian biochemist (b. 1879)

1961-05-31

Walter Little, Canadian politician (b. 1877)

1961-07-12

Mazo de la Roche, Canadian author (b. 1879)

1961-07-15

John E. Brownlee, Canadian politician (b. 1884)

1961-09-30

Onésime Gagnon, French Canadian politician, lieutenant-governor of Québec (b. 1888)

1962-03-04

Cairine R Wilson, 1st Canadian female senator (appointed), dies at 77

1962-07-25

Thibaudeau Rinfret, Canadian jurist and Chief Justice (b. 1879)

1963-05-12

Bobby Kerr, Canadian runner (b. 1882)

1963-08-19

Kathleen Parlow, Canadian violinist (b. 1890)

1964-04-26

Edwin John Pratt, Canadian poet (Towards the Last Spike), dies at 81

1964-06-26

Leo Dandurand, American-born Canadian sports executive (b. 1889)

1964-08-05

Art Ross, Canadian hockey player and executive (b. 1886)

1965-04-01

Henry D G Crerar, Canadian general (WW I, Normandy), dies at 76

1965-06-19

James B Collip, Canadian bio-chemist (insulin), dies at 72

1966-02-21

Paul Comtois, French Canadian politician (b. 1895)

1966-11-16

Cluny MacPherson, Canadian inventor of the gas mask, dies at 87

1967-07-11

Guy Favreau, French Canadian lawyer, politician and judge (b. 1917)

1967-09-19

Monica Proietti, Canadian criminal (b. 1940)

1968-01-15

Bill Masterton, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1938)

1968-05-01

Jack Adams, Canadian ice hockey player, coach and general manager (b.1895)

1968-09-26

Daniel Johnson, Sr., French-Canadian politician (b. 1915)

1968-12-15

Antonio Barrette, Canadian politician, premier of Quebec (b. 1899)

1969-02-27

Marius Barbeau, French Canadian folklorist (b. 1883)

1970-02-27

Marie Dionne, one of the French Canadian Dionne quintuplets (b. 1934)

1970-03-23

Del Lord, Canadian director (b. 1894)

1970-05-09

Andrew Watson Myles, Canadian politician (b. 1884)

1970-07-26

Robert Taschereau, French Canadian lawyer and Chief Justice of Canada (b. 1896)

1970-09-10

Cy Denneny, Canadian ice hockey hall of famer, dies at 78

1970-11-21

Newsy Lalonde, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1887)

1971-01-05

Douglas Shearer, Canadian film engineer (b. 1899)

1971-04-13

Michel Brière, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1949)

1971-07-07

Claude Gauvreau, Canadian writer (b. 1925)

1971-07-12

Yvon Robert, French Canadian professional wrestler (b. 1914)

1971-10-13

Stafford Smythe, Canadian NHL executive (b. 1921)

1972-10-17

Turk Broda, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1914)

1972-10-31

Bill Durnan, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1916)

1972-12-27

Lester B. Pearson, 14th Canadian Prime Minister (Nobel 1957), dies at 75

1973-03-26

Don Messer, Canadian fiddler (b. 1909)

1974-01-13

Raoul Jobin, Canadian tenor (b. 1906)

1974-02-16

John Garand, Canadian rifle engineer and manufacturer (b. 1888)

1974-02-21

Tim Horton, Canadian hockey player and co-founder of Tim Hortons, dies in a car crash at 44

1974-04-05

A. Y. Jackson, Canadian painter (b. 1882)

1975-01-25

Charlotte Whitton, Canadian politician, mayor of Ottawa (b. 1896)

1975-03-07

Ben Blue, Canadian actor (Accidental Family), dies at 73

1976-01-23

Paul Dupuis, French Canadian film and television actor (b. 1913)

1976-02-09

Percy Faith, Canadian musician (b. 1908)

1976-04-05

Wilder Penfield, Canadian surgeon (b. 1891)

1976-05-20

Syd Howe, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1911)

1976-08-04

Roy Herbert Thomson, Canadian publisher (b. 1894)

1976-09-13

Albert Tessier, French Canadian priest, historian and film maker (b. 1895)

1976-09-13

Armand Mondou, French Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1905)

1976-12-16

Réal Caouette, French Canadian politician (Social Credit Party of Canada) (b. 1917)

1977-06-24

André-Gilles Fortin, Canadian politician (b. 1943)

1977-08-24

Buddy O'Connor, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1916)

1978-03-31

Charles Herbert Best, American-Canadian physiologist/co-discoverer (Insulin), dies at 79

1978-04-13

Jack Chambers, Canadian artist (b. 1931)

1978-09-15

Robert Cliche, French Canadian politician and judge (b. 1921)

1979-02-23

W.A.C. Bennett, Canadian politician (b. 1900)

1979-03-23

Lee Valle, Canadian Pacific

1979-05-09

Cyrus S. Eaton, Canadian-American financier, industrialist and steel magnate, dies at 95

1979-06-09

Cyclone Taylor, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1884)

1979-07-11

Claude Wagner, French Canadian judge and politician (b. 1925)

1980-03-05

Jay Silverheels, Canadian actor (Tonto-Lone Ranger), dies at 60

1980-08-08

Paul Triquet, French Canadian army officer (b. 1910)

1980-10-27

Judy LaMarsh, Canadian politician, author and broadcaster (b. 1924)

1980-11-04

Elsie MacGill, Canadian aeronautical engineer (b. 1905)

1980-12-31

Marshall McLuhan, Canadian cultural philosopher, dies at 69

1981-05-23

David Lewis, Canadian labour lawyer and politician (b. 1909)

1981-05-30

Don Ashby, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1955)

1981-06-28

Terry Fox, Canadian one-legged marathoner, dies of cancer at 22

1981-07-19

Roger Doucet, French Canadian tenor (b. 1919)

1981-12-21

Allan Dwan, Canadian-born American director and screenwriter (b. 1885)

1981-12-28

Allan Dwan, Canadian-born film director (b. 1885)

1982-02-02

Paul Desruisseaux, French Canadian lawyer, businessman and politician (b 1905)

1982-03-28

William Giauque, Canadian chemist, Nobel laureate (b. 1895)

1982-05-08

Gilles Villeneuve, Canadian auto racer, dies in an accident

1982-07-18

Lionel Daunais, French-Canadian singer and composer (b. 1902)

1982-07-25

Hal Foster, Canadian-American cartoonist (Prince Valiant) (b. 1892)

1982-10-04

Glenn H Gould, Canadian pianist, dies at 50

1982-10-18

John Robarts, Canadian politician, Premier of Ontario (b. 1917)

1982-11-13

Hugues Lapointe, Canadian politician, lieutenant governor of Quebec (b. 1911)

1982-11-29

Percy Williams, Canadian athlete (b. 1908)

1983-03-16

Fred Rose, Canadian politician (b. 1907)

1983-05-25

Jean Rougeau, French Canadian professional wrestler (b. 1925)

1983-05-25

Black Jack Stewart, Canadian NHL hockey player (b. 1917)

1983-07-11

Ross Macdonald, American-Canadian writer (b. 1915)

1983-07-13

Gabrielle Roy, Canadian author (b. 1909)

1983-10-02

Gerald Strang, Canadian composer, dies at 75

1983-10-14

Willard Price, Canadian author and naturalist

1983-10-20

Yves Thériault, French Canadian author (b. 1915)

1984-01-19

Max Bentley, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1920)

1984-03-04

Ernest Buckler, Canadian novelist (b. 1908)

1984-04-17

Claude Provost, French Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1933)

1984-06-24

Clarence Campbell, Canadian NHL president, dies at 78

1984-07-25

Bryan Hextall, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1913)

1984-12-15

Frank Spedding, Canadian Chemist whose uranium extraction process helped make possible the first atomic bomb, dies at 82

1985-03-16

Eddie Shore, Canadian ice hockey player, dies of a lung infection at 82

1985-04-21

Foster Hewitt, Canadian radio pioneer (b. 1902)

1985-07-03

Frank Selke, Canadian ice hockey manager (b. 1893)

1985-10-19

Alfred Rouleau, French Canadian businessman (b. 1915)

1986-02-24

Tommy Douglas, Canadian politician and "Father of Medicare", dies of cancer at 81

1986-02-27

Jacques Plante, Canadian ice hockey goalie, dies of stomach cancer at 57

1986-03-04

Elizabeth Smart, Canadian author (By Grand Central Station I Sat Down and Wept), dies of a heart attack at 72

1986-05-19

Bernard Naylor, Canadian Landscape

1986-06-02

Aurel Joliat, Canadian hockey player (b. 1901)

1986-08-20

Milton Acorn, Canadian poet (b. 1923)

1986-09-25

Donald MacDonald, Canadian politician (b.1909)

1986-11-10

King Clancy, Canadian ice hockey player, coach, and referee (b. 1903)

1986-11-19

Donald Jamieson, The Canadian Federation

1987-01-05

Margaret Laurence, Canadian author, dies at 60

1987-01-05

Herman Smith-Johannsen, Norwegian-born Canadian cross-country skier (b. 1875)

1987-02-12

Lang Jeffries, Canadian actor (Skip-Rescue 8), dies at 55

1987-07-08

Lionel Chevrier, Canadian politician (b. 1903)

1987-11-24

Jehane Benoît, French Canadian culinary author (b. 1904)

1987-12-01

Punch Imlach, Canadian ice hockey coach and general manager (b. 1918)

1988-02-16

Jean Carignan, French Canadian fiddler (b. 1916)

1988-03-20

Gil Evans, Canadian/US jazz composer (Out of the Cool), dies at 75

1988-06-19

Fernand Seguin, Canadian biologist (b. 1922)

1988-11-09

Father David Bauer, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1924)

1988-12-20

Alphonse Ouimet, Canadian television pioneer (b. 1908)

1989-01-24

George Knudson, Canadian golfer (b. 1937)

1989-04-19

Mona Palma, The Canadian

1989-06-15

Maurice Bellemare, Canadian politician (b. 1912)

1989-06-22

Lucien Saulnier, Canadian politician (b. 1916)

1989-11-13

Victor Davis, Canadian swimmer (b. 1964)

1989-12-26

Doug Harvey, Canadian ice hockey player, dies of cirrhosis of the liver at 65

1990-02-04

Whipper Billy Watson, Canadian professional wrestler (b. 1917)

1990-02-17

Hap Day, Canadian ice hockey player and manager (b. 1901)

1990-03-22

Gerald Bull, Canadian engineer (b. 1928)

1990-04-11

Harold Ballard, Canadian ice hockey club owner and executive (b. 1903)

1990-07-31

Albert Leduc, French Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1902)

1990-08-25

Morley Callaghan, Canadian writer (b. 1903)

1990-10-31

Graig Russel, Canadian travel expert/transvestite, dies

1990-11-21

Dean Hart, Canadian professional wrestler (b. 1954)

1991-01-22

Robert Choquette, French Canadian novelist, poet and diplomat (b. 1905)

1991-01-23

Northrop Frye, Canadian writer and critic (b. 1912)

1991-02-20

Eugene Forsey, The Canadian Federation

1991-03-22

Léon Balcer, French Canadian politician (b. 1917)

1991-04-26

Richard Hatfield, Canadian politician (b. 1931)

1991-04-26

Richard Hatfield, The Canadian Federation

1991-08-06

Roland Michener, Canadian politician and governor general (b. 1900)

1991-09-06

Bob Goldham, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1922)

1992-03-26

Barbara Frum, Canadian journalist (b. 1937)

1992-04-25

Brian Macleod, Canadian musician, dies of cancer at 39

1992-07-24

Sam Berger, Canadian football owner (b. 1900)

1992-08-21

Dai Vernon, Canadian magician (b. 1894)

1992-09-14

Paul Joseph James Martin, Canadian politician (b. 1903)

1992-12-13

K.C. Irving, Canadian industrialist (b. 1899)

1993-02-24

Danny Gallivan, Canadian radio and television sportscaster (b. 1917)

1993-02-28

Ruby Keeler, Canadian actress, singer, and dancer (42nd Street, Dames), dies of cancer at 82

1993-04-15

John Tuzo Wilson, Canadian geologist (contributions to plate tectonics), dies at 84

1993-06-13

Gérard Côté, Canadian runner (b. 1913)

1993-09-28

Fraser MacPherson, Canadian jazz saxophonist (b. 1928)

1993-11-17

Gérard D. Lévesque, Canadian politician (b. 1926)

1993-11-28

Jerry Edmonton, Canadian drummer (Steppenwolf) (b. 1946)

1994-01-02

Sammy Taft, Canadian businessman (coined term "hat trick"), dies at 81

1994-02-12

Sue Rodriguez, Canadian assisted suicide advocate (b. 1950)

1994-03-09

Eddie Creatchman, Canadian wrestler manager (b. 1928)

1994-04-08

François Rozet, French Canadian actor (b. 1899)

1994-07-09

Bill Mosienko, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1921)

1994-12-07

J.C. Tremblay, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1939)

1994-12-10

Alexander Wilson, Canadian athlete (b. 1905)

1995-01-19

Gene MacLellan, Canadian composer and singer (b. 1938)

1995-02-02

Phillip Borsos, Tasmanian/Canadian director (Mean Season), dies

1995-03-14

John Peters Humphrey, Canadian jurist and human rights advocate, dies at 89

1995-07-03

Eddie Mazur, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1929)

1995-11-03

Gordon S. Fahrni, physician and president of the Canadian Medical Association (b. 1887)

1996-03-29

Bill Goldsworthy, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1944)

1996-04-23

Jean-Victor Allard, Canadian military officer (b. 1913)

1996-07-29

Ric Nordman, Canadian politician (b. 1919)

1996-08-01

Lucille Teasdale-Corti, Canadian physician and international aid worker (b. 1929)

1997-01-01

Hagood Hardy, Canadian composer and musician (b. 1937)

1997-01-14

Dollard Ménard, French Canadian general (b. 1913)

1997-06-09

Stanley Knowles, Canadian politician (b. 1908)

1997-08-03

Pietro Rizzuto, Canadian politician (b. 1934)

1997-12-01

Michel Bélanger, French Canadian businessman and banker (b. 1929)

1997-12-14

Kurt Winter, Canadian musician (The Guess Who) (b. 1946)

1998-03-13

Bill Reid, Canadian artist (b. 1920)

1998-04-27

John Bassett, Canadian publisher and media baron (b. 1915)

1998-04-29

Hal Laycoe, Canadian ice hockey player and coach (b. 1922)

1998-05-28

Phil Hartman, Canadian actor and comedian, murdered by his wife in his sleep at 49

1998-06-27

Gilles Rocheleau, French Canadian politician (b. 1935)

1998-07-12

Serge Lemoyne, French Canadian artist (b. 1941)

1998-09-13

Harry Lumley, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1926)

1998-10-01

Pauline Julien, French Canadian singer (b. 1928)

1998-10-12

Mario Beaulieu, French Canadian politician (b. 1930)

1998-10-31

Elmer Vasko, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1935)

1998-11-06

Marcel Gauthier, Canadian wrestler (b. 1928)

1998-11-13

Michel Trudeau, Canadian outdoorsman, son of Pierre Trudeau (b. 1975)

1998-12-09

Shaughnessy Cohen, Canadian politician (b. 1948)

1998-12-20

Chester P. Lyons, Canadian naturalist and author (b. 1915)

1999-01-12

Doug Wickenheiser, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1961)

1999-03-09

Harry Somers, Canadian composer (b. 1925)

1999-04-05

Paul David, French-Canadian cardiologist (b. 1919)

1999-04-16

Skip Spence, Canadian-born guitarist, singer and songwriter (Jefferson Airplane) (b. 1946)

1999-05-03

Steve Chiasson, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1967)

1999-05-17

Bruce Fairbairn, Canadian record producer and musician (b. 1949)

1999-05-23

Owen Hart, Canadian professional wrestler (b. 1965)

1999-07-01

Edward Dmytryk, Canadian-born film director (b. 1908)

1999-07-09

Robert de Cotret, Canadian politician (b. 1944)

1999-09-05

Bryce Mackasey, Canadian politician (b. 1921)

1999-09-06

René Lecavalier, French Canadian sportscaster (b. 1918)

1999-10-31

Greg Moore, Canadian race car driver (b. 1975)

1999-11-01

Jean Coutu, Canadian actor (b. 1925)

1999-12-10

Rick Danko, Canadian bassist and singer (The Band) (b. 1942)

1999-12-20

Hank Snow, Canadian singer (b. 1914)

2000-01-15

Georges-Henri Lévesque, Canadian Dominican priest and sociologist (b. 1903)

2000-01-22

Anne Hébert, French Canadian author and poet (Kamouraska) (b. 1916)

2000-01-26

A. E. van Vogt, Canadian-born author (b. 1912)

2000-02-07

Doug Henning, Canadian magician (b. 1947)

2000-02-08

Sid Abel, Canadian ice hockey player (Detroit Red Wings), dies at 81

2000-02-14

Walter Zinn, Canadian-American Nuclear-Physicist (invented the breeder reactor), dies at 93

2000-03-06

John Colicos, Canadian actor (b. 1928)

2000-03-20

Gene Eugene, Canadian actor and singer (b. 1961)

2000-04-19

Louis Applebaum, Canadian conductor and composer (b. 1918)

2000-05-27

Maurice Richard, Canadian hockey player (b. 1921)

2000-07-12

Charles Merritt, Canadian Army officer and recipient of the Victoria Cross during World War II (b. 1908)

2000-07-15

Louis Quilico, Canadian baritone (b. 1925)

2000-08-11

Jean Papineau-Couture, Canadian composer (b. 1916)

2000-08-31

Patricia Owens, Canadian actress (b. 1925)

2001-01-13

Michael Cuccione, Canadian actor and singer (b. 1985)

2001-01-18

Al Waxman, Canadian actor (b. 1935)

2001-01-31

Gordon R. Dickson, Canadian writer (b. 1923)

2001-02-17

Bob Geary, Canadian football player and manager (b. 1933)

2001-03-16

Norma MacMillan, Canadian actress (b. 1921)

2001-03-21

Norma MacMillan, Canadian voice actress (b. 1921)

2001-03-28

Moe Koffman, Canadian musician (b. 1928)

2001-04-02

Charles Daudelin, Canadian artist (b. 1920)

2001-06-23

Yvonne Dionne, one of the Canadian Dionne quintuplets (b. 1934)

2001-07-03

Mordecai Richler, Canadian author (b. 1931)

2001-07-24

Georges Dor, Canadian author, composer, singer and playwright (b. 1931)

2001-08-21

Calum MacKay, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1927)

2001-08-25

Carl Brewer, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1938)

2001-08-26

Louis Muhlstock, Canadian painter (b. 1904)

2001-09-11

Garnet Bailey, Canadian hockey player and scout (b. 1948)

2001-09-18

Ernie Coombs, Canadian entertainer (b. 1927)

2001-10-01

Guy Beaulne, French-Canadian actor and theatre director (b. 1921)

2001-10-07

Roger Gaudry, French Canadian chemist, businessman and corporate director (b. 1913)

2001-11-09

Niels Jannasch, Canadian historian and museum curator (b. 1924)

2002-01-13

Frank Shuster, Canadian comedian (b. 1916)

2002-01-24

Peter Gzowski, Canadian broadcaster, writer and reporter (b. 1934)

2002-01-29

Harold Russell, Canadian-born actor (b. 1914)

2002-03-06

Bryan Fogarty, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1969)

2002-05-11

Renaude Lapointe, French Canadian journalist and senator (b. 1912)

2002-06-25

Jean Corbeil, Canadian politician (b. 1934)

2002-07-10

Jean-Pierre Côté, French Canadian politician and Lieutenant Governor of Quebec (b. 1926)

2002-09-28

Hartland Molson, Canadian businessman (Molson family), senator and sports executive (Montreal Canadiens) (b. 1907)

2002-10-05

Chuck Rayner, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1920)

2002-10-08

Jacques Richard, French Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1952)

2002-12-13

Zal Yanovsky, Canadian musician (The Lovin' Spoonful) (b. 1945)

2003-01-20

Bill Werbeniuk, Canadian snooker player (b. 1947)

2003-01-21

Paul Haines, American-born Canadian poet (b. 1933)

2003-02-04

Charlie Biddle, Canadian jazz bassist (b. 1926)

2003-03-14

Jack Goldstein, Canadian-born artist (b. 1945)

2003-03-19

Émile Genest, Canadian actor (b. 1921)

2003-04-06

Gerald Emmett Cardinal Carter, Canadian religious figure (b. 1912)

2003-04-15

Erin Fleming, Canadian actress (b. 1941)

2003-04-16

Graham Jarvis, Canadian actor, dies of multiple myeloma at 72

2003-04-26

Rosemary Brown, Canadian politician (b. 1930)

2003-05-17

Frank "Pop" Ivy, American and Canadian football coach (b. 1916)

2003-05-18

Barb Tarbox, Canadian anti-smoking crusader (b. 1961)

2003-06-15

Hume Cronyn, Canadian actor (b. 1911)

2003-06-16

Pierre Bourgault, French Canadian politician (b. 1934)

2003-06-21

Roger Neilson, Canadian ice hockey coach (b. 1934)

2003-07-14

François-Albert Angers, French Canadian economist (b. 1909)

2003-07-16

Carol Shields, Canadian author (b. 1935)

2003-09-05

Gisele MacKenzie, Canadian-born singer (b. 1927)

2003-09-07

The Great Antonio, Canadian eccentric (b. 1925)

2003-09-08

Jaclyn Linetsky, Canadian voice actress (b. 1986)

2003-10-05

Dan Snyder, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1978)

2003-10-07

Izzy Asper, Canadian tax lawyer (b. 1932)

2003-10-13

Bertram Brockhouse, Canadian physicist, Nobel laureate (b. 1918)

2003-10-15

Ben Metcalfe, Canadian environmental activist (b. 1919)

2003-10-15

Bertram N. Brockhouse, Canadian physicist, Nobel Prize laureate (b. 1918)

2003-10-16

Stu Hart, Canadian professional wrestler (b. 1915)

2003-11-15

Ray Lewis, Canadian athlete (b. 1910)

2003-12-15

Keith Magnuson, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1947)

2004-02-09

Claude Ryan, Canadian newspaper director and politician (b. 1925)

2004-02-21

Guido Molinari, Canadian artist (b. 1933)

2004-02-23

Carl Liscombe, Canadian hockey player (b. 1915)

2004-02-25

Donald Hings, Canadian inventor (b. 1907)

2004-03-18

Harrison McCain, Canadian businessman (b. 1927)

2004-03-19

Mitchell Sharp, Canadian politician (b. 1911)

2004-03-20

Pierre Sévigny, Canadian military officer and politician (b. 1917)

2004-04-14

Micheline Charest, French Canadian television producer (b. 1953)

2004-04-15

Ray Condo, Canadian musician (b. 1950)

2004-04-29

Sid Smith, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1925)

2004-05-24

Milton Shulman, Canadian author and critic (b. 1913)

2004-06-17

Gerry McNeil, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1926)

2004-07-09

Chuck Cadman, Canadian politician (b. 1948)

2004-07-22

George Kidd, Canadian diplomat (b. 1917)

2004-07-30

Andre Noble, Canadian actor (b. 1979)

2004-08-22

Daniel Petrie, Canadian television and movie director (b. 1920)

2004-09-04

Moe Norman, Canadian golfer (b. 1929)

2004-09-15

Walter Stewart, Canadian journalist (b. 1931)

2004-09-18

Norman Cantor, Canadian historian (b. 1929)

2004-09-23

Billy Reay, Canadian ice hockey player and coach (b. 1918)

2004-10-01

Bruce Palmer, Canadian musician (Buffalo Springfield) (b. 1946)

2004-11-15

John Morgan, Canadian comedian (b. 1930)

2004-11-15

John Morgan, Royal Canadian Air Farce

2004-11-20

David Grierson, Canadian radio host (b. 1955)

2004-11-30

Pierre Berton, Canadian author, dies of heart failure at 84

2004-12-16

Agnes Martin, Canadian-American abstract painter dies aged 92

2005-01-04

Bud Poile, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1924)

2005-01-13

Earl Cameron, Canadian broadcaster (b. 1915)

2005-01-15

Dan Lee, Canadian animator (b. 1969)

2005-01-30

Martyn Bennet, Canadian musician (b. 1971)

2005-02-01

John Vernon, Canadian actor (b. 1932)

2005-02-07

Bob Turner, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1934)

2005-03-12

Bill Cameron, Canadian journalist (b. 1943)

2005-03-17

Royce Frith, The Canadian Federation

2005-03-27

Wilfred Bigelow, Canadian heart surgeon (b. 1913)

2005-04-01

Alexander Brott, Canadian violinist and composer (b. 1915)

2005-04-04

Edward Bronfman, Canadian businessman (b. 1924)

2005-04-05

Saul Bellow, Canadian born writer, Nobel laureate (b. 1915)

2005-04-08

Onna White, Canadian choreographer (b. 1924)

2005-04-22

Robert Farnon, Canadian-born composer and conductor (b. 1917)

2005-06-12

Scott Young, Canadian sportswriter, novelist, and journalist (b. 1918)

2005-06-14

Mimi Parent, Canadian painter (b. 1924)

2005-07-06

Richard Verreau, Canadian tenor (b. 1926)

2005-07-09

Alex Shibicky, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1914)

2005-07-18

Bill Hicke, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1938)

2005-07-20

James Doohan, Canadian-born actor (b. 1920)

2005-07-26

Gilles Marotte, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1945)

2005-08-07

Peter Jennings, Canadian-born news anchor (b. 1938)

2005-08-23

Ninjalicious, Canadian author and urban explorer (b. 1973)

2005-08-26

Denis D'Amour, Canadian guitarist (Voivod) (b. 1960)

2005-08-26

Ed White, Canadian professional wrestler (b. 1949)

2005-09-07

Hope Garber, Canadian actress (b. ca. 1924)

2005-11-16

Henry Taube, Canadian-born chemist, Nobel Prize laureate (b. 1915)

2005-12-15

Stan Leonard, Canadian golfer (b. 1915)

2005-12-17

Marc Favreau, French Canadian humourist (Sol) (b. 1929)

2005-12-27

William Doody, Canadian politician (b. 1931)

2006-01-04

Irving Layton, Canadian poet (b. 1912)

2006-01-13

Marc Potvin, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1967)

2006-01-17

Pierre Grondin, French Canadian cardiac surgeon (b. 1925)

2006-01-23

Chris McKinstry, Canadian scientist (b. 1967)

2006-01-26

Len Carlson, Canadian actor (b. 1937)

2006-02-24

John Martin, Canadian broadcaster (b. 1947)

2006-03-11

Bernie "Boom Boom" Geoffrion, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1931)

2006-03-15

Red Storey, Canadian football player and hockey referee (b. 1918)

2006-04-24

Steve Stavro, Canadian businessman and sports team owner (b. 1927)

2006-04-25

Jane Jacobs, American-born Canadian urbanist (b. 1916)

2006-04-29

John Kenneth Galbraith, Canadian economist (b. 1908)

2006-05-06

Lorne Saxberg, Canadian television journalist (b. 1958)

2006-05-17

Captain Nichola Goddard, Canadian soldier (b. 1980)

2006-05-22

Heather Crowe, Canadian activist (b. 1945)

2006-06-07

John Tenta, Canadian professional wrestler (b. 1963)

2006-06-12

Kenneth Roy Thomson, 2nd Baron Thomson of Fleet, Canadian businessman and art collector (b. 1923)

2006-07-30

Al Balding, Canadian golfer (b. 1924)

2006-08-18

Fernand Gignac, Canadian singer and actor (b. 1934)

2006-08-20

Claude Blanchard, French-Canadian singer, comedian and actor (b. 1932)

2006-08-23

Maynard Ferguson, Canadian jazz trumpeter and bandleader (b. 1928)

2006-08-24

Léopold Simoneau, French Canadian tenor (b. 1916)

2006-08-28

Benoît Sauvageau, French Canadian politician (b. 1963)

2006-08-30

Glenn Ford, Canadian-born American actor (b. 1916)

2006-09-16

Floyd Curry, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1925)

2006-09-29

Louis-Albert Cardinal Vachon, French Canadian Catholic archbishop of Quebec (b. 1912)

2006-10-01

André Viger, French Canadian wheelchair marathoner (b. 1952)

2006-10-10

Ian Scott, Canadian politician (b. 1934)

2006-10-16

Lister Sinclair, Canadian broadcaster and playwright (b. 1921)

2006-10-22

Arthur Hill, Canadian actor (b. 1922)

2006-11-04

Frank Arthur Calder, Canadian politician (b. 1915)

2006-12-01

Bruce Trigger, Canadian archaeologist (McGill University) (b. 1937)

2006-12-16

Don Jardine, Canadian professional wrestler (b. 1940)

2006-12-30

Michel Plasse, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1948)

2007-01-03

Earl Reibel, Canadian ice hockey forward Detroit Red Wings (b. 1930)

2007-01-08

Yvonne De Carlo, Canadian-born actress (b. 1922)

2007-01-14

Barbara Kelly, Canadian-born actress (b. 1924)

2007-01-15

James Hillier, Canadian inventor of electron microscope (b. 1915)

2007-01-19

Denny Doherty, Canadian singer (The Mamas and the Papas) (b. 1940)

2007-01-26

Gump Worsley, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1929)

2007-02-06

Len Hopkins, Canadian politician (b. 1930)

2007-02-08

Ian Stevenson, Canadian-American professor and reincarnation expert (b. 1918)

2007-02-14

Ryan Larkin, Canadian animated film maker. (b. 1943)

2007-02-17

Dermot O'Reilly, Irish-born Canadian musician, producer and songwriter (b. 1943)

2007-03-09

Glen Harmon, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1921)

2007-04-14

June Callwood, Canadian journalist, author and social activist (b. 1924)

2007-04-16

Gaetan Duchesne, Canadian hockey player (b. 1962)

2007-05-09

Dwight Wilson, second-to-last Canadian WWI veteran (b. 1901)

2007-05-29

Dave Balon, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1938)

2007-06-18

Georges Thurston, Canadian singer (b. 1951)

2007-06-24

Chris Benoit, Canadian professional wrestler (b. 1967)

2007-06-27

William Hutt, Canadian stage and film actor (b. 1920)

2007-07-11

Ed Mirvish, Canadian businessman and philanthropist (b. 1914)

2007-07-14

Bluma Appell, The 4th Annual Canadian Comedy Awards

2007-07-23

Tor Kamata, American/Canadian professional wrestler (b. 1937)

2007-08-15

Sam Pollock, Canadian sports executive (b. 1925)

2007-09-15

Brett Somers, Canadian-born American actress and Match Game panelist (b. 1924)

2007-09-29

Lois Maxwell, Canadian actress (b. 1927)

2007-11-21

Tom Johnson, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1928)

2007-11-29

James Barber, Canadian chef and writer (b. 1923)

2007-12-04

Norval Morrisseau, Canadian artist (b. 1932)

2007-12-10

Aqsa Parvez, Canadian victim of an honor crime (b. 1991)

2007-12-11

Ashleigh Aston Moore, Canadian Actress (b. 1981)

2007-12-18

Gerald Le Dain, Canadian Supreme Court judge (b. 1924)

2007-12-23

Oscar Peterson, Canadian jazz pianist and composer (b. 1925)

2007-12-31

Milton L. Klein, Canadian politician (b. 1910)

2008-01-19

Don Wittman, Canadian sportscaster for CBC (b. 1936)

2008-01-21

Pam Barrett, Canadian politician (b. 1953)

2008-02-18

Mickey Renaud, Canadian professional ice hockey player (b. 1988)

2008-03-02

Jeff Healey, Canadian musician (b. 1966)

2008-04-22

Ed Chynoweth, Canadian ice hockey executive (b. 1941)

2008-05-05

Irv Robbins, Canadian-American entrepreneur (b. 1917)

2008-05-11

John Rutsey, Canadian drummer, formerly for Canadian progressive rock band Rush (b.1953)

2008-05-29

Luc Bourdon, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1987)

2008-07-03

Oliver Schroer, Canadian fiddler and composer (b. 1956)

2008-08-22

Gladys Powers, Canadian World War I veteran (b. 1899)

2008-08-30

Killer Kowalski, Canadian professional wrestler (b. 1926)

2008-12-02

Edward Samuel Rogers, Canadian entrepreneur (b. 1933)

2008-12-30

Dick Green, Canadian actor

2009-01-08

Richard John Neuhaus, Canadian-American Christian writer and editor (b. 1936)

2009-01-20

Stan Hagen, Canadian politician (b. 1940)

2009-03-04

Yvon Cormier, Canadian professional wrestler (b. 1938)

2009-03-13

Andrew Martin, Canadian professional wrestler (b. 1975)

2009-03-20

Mel Brown, American/Canadian Blues Guitarist (b. 1939)

2009-03-21

Walt Poddubny, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1960)

2009-05-01

Danny Gans, Canadian-born Las Vegas entertainer (b. 1956)

2009-05-20

Arthur Erickson, Canadian architect (b.1924)

2009-05-26

Peter Zezel, Canadian professional hockey player (b. 1965)

2009-07-06

Leo Mol, Ukrainian Canadian artist and sculptor (b. 1915)

2009-07-11

Arturo Gatti, Italian-Canadian professional boxer (b. 1972)

2009-10-06

Douglas Campbell, Scottish born Canadian actor (b. 1922)

2009-10-19

Joseph Wiseman, Canadian actor (b. 1918)

2009-11-22

Haydain Neale, Rise Up: Canadian Pop Music in the 1980s

2009-11-28

Gilles Carle, Canadian screenwriter and film director (b. 1928)

2010-01-21

Paul Quarrington, Canadian novelist, playwright, screenwriter, filmmaker, musician and educator (b. 1953)

2010-02-18

John Babcock, Last known Canadian veteran of World War I (b. 1900)

2010-03-07

Mary Josephine Ray, Canadian supercentenarian (b. 1895)

2010-03-10

Corey Haim, Canadian actor (b. 1971)

2010-05-01

Rob McConnell, Canadian jazz composer/arranger and valve trombonist (b. 1935)

2010-05-26

Art Linkletter, Canadian-American radio and television personality (b. 1912)

2010-05-30

Duff Roblin, Canadian politician (b. 1917).

2010-07-05

Bob Probert, Canadian professional ice hockey forward. (b. 1965)

2010-07-27

Maury Chaykin, American-born Canadian actor (b. 1949)

2010-07-30

Otto Joachim, The Canadian Pavilion, Expo 67

2010-08-21

Nancy Dolman, Canadian actress and comedienne (b. 1950)

2010-10-03

Ben Mondor, Canadian-born American baseball executive (b. 1925)

2010-11-03

Jim Clench, Canadian bassist (April Wine and Bachman-Turner Overdrive) (b. 1949)

2010-11-10

Nicolo Rizzuto, Sicilian-born Canadian organized crime figure (b. 1924)

2010-11-19

Pat Burns, Canadian hockey coach (b. 1952)

2010-11-28

Leslie Nielsen, Canadian actor (b. 1926)

2010-12-06

Mark Dailey, Canadian television journalist and announcer (b. 1953)

2011-03-03

May Cutler, Canadian politician and publisher (b. 1923)

2011-03-26

Roger Abbott, Canadian comedian (Air Farce Live) (b. 1946)

2011-03-26

Roger Abbott, Royal Canadian Air Farce

2011-05-13

Derek Boogaard, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1982)

2011-06-21

Robert Kroetsch, Canadian author (b. 1927)

2011-06-22

Harley Hotchkiss, Canadian businessman (b. 1927)

2011-07-10

Pierrette Alarie, Canadian operatic soprano (b. 1921)

2011-08-15

Rick Rypien, Canadian hockey player (b. 1984)

2011-08-22

Jack Layton, Canadian politician (b. 1950)

2011-08-31

Wade Belak, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1976)

2011-09-15

Frances Bay, Canadian actress (b. 1919)

2011-10-13

Barbara Kent, Canadian born - U.S. silent film actress and WAMPAS Baby Stars (b.1907)

2011-10-14

Reg Alcock, Canadian politician (b. 1948)

2012-01-02

Ian Bargh, Canadian jazz pianist and composer, dies from lung cancer at 76

2012-01-04

Rod Robbie, Canadian architect and planner, dies at 83

2012-02-08

Gunther Plaut, German-Canadian rabbi, dies at 99

2012-02-10

Geoffrey Cornish, Canadian golf course architect, dies at 97

2012-02-21

Pierre Juneau, Canadian film and broadcast executive, dies at 89

2012-02-24

Istvan Anhalt, Hungarian-Canadian composer, dies at 92

2012-04-14

Émile Bouchard, Canadian ice hockey player, dies at 92

2012-06-11

Ann Rutherford, Canadian actress, dies from heart disease at 94

2012-06-22

Fernie Flaman [Ferdinand], Canadian Hall of Fame NHL player, dies at 85

2012-09-06

Jake Eberts, Canadian film producer, dies from cancer at 71

2012-09-30

Barbara Ann Scott, Canadian figure skater, dies at 84

2013-01-08

Kenojuak Ashevak, Canadian Inuit artist, dies from lung cancer at 85

2013-01-14

Conrad Bain, Canadian-born American actor, dies from natural causes at 89

2013-03-06

Stompin' Tom Connors, Canadian country artist, dies from natural causes at 77

2013-03-29

Ralph Klein, WWF in Your House 16: Canadian Stampede

2013-04-30

Deanna Durban, Canadian singer and actress, dies at 91

2013-07-11

Gregory Shepherd, Canadian Muscle

2013-07-13

Cory Monteith, Canadian actor and musician, dies of heroin and alcohol overdose at 31

2013-07-17

Peter Appleyard, British-born Canadian musician, dies from natural causes at 84

2013-08-05

Shawn Burr, Canadian ice hockey player, dies from complications from a fall at 47

2013-08-15

Gerry Arbeid, Canadian Bacon

2013-09-22

David Hubel, Canadian-born American neurologist and Nobel laureate, dies at 87

2013-10-18

Allan Stanley, Canadian ice hockey player, dies at 87

2013-12-11

Barbara Branden, Canadian writer, dies from a lung infection at 84

2014-01-06

Larry D. Mann, Canadian actor, dies at 91

2014-01-12

John Button, The Canadian Grand Prix

2014-01-16

Dave Madden, Canadian-born American actor, dies from heart and kidney failure at 82

2014-03-06

Ron Murphy, Canadian NHL player, dies at 80

2014-05-06

Virginia Belmont, Dangers of the Canadian Mounted

2015-12-15

Ken Pogue, Canadian actor, Died at 81

2016-05-30

Canadian journalist Stanley Burke dead at 93

2016-06-11

Canadian Ice Hockey legend Gordie Howe dies aged 88

2016-09-18

Legendary Canadian skating coach Burka dies aged 95

2017-12-12

Oscar-Winning Canadian Animator Grant Munro Dies Age 94

2018-03-19

Canadian Stand-Up Comic Mike MacDonald Dies at 63


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