OC (Officer of the Order of Canada)by Sylviastel | created - 07 Sep 2014 | updated - 7 months ago | Public
David Adams (dancer)(born 1928)Folio(LXXX)
David Anderson (British Columbia politician)
John Hall Archer
John Archibald Armstrong
Jean Paul Audet
Lorne Babiuk Alfred Bailey A. Charles Baillie Harry Bain David McCurdy Baird Patricia Baird Ronald James Baker Ged Baldwin Marc Baltzan Robert Bandeen Tommy Banks Andre Barbeau Victor Barbeau Clarence Barber Douglas Barber Maurice Baril Murray Barr Dave Barrett Matthew Barrett James Bartleman Douglas Bassett (media executive) Maurice Baudoux David Bauer (ice hockey) Gregory Baum Alex Baumann Donald Baxter Carlyle Smith Beals Gerald Beaudoin Charles Beaulieu Alan Beddoe Derek Bedson John Alan Beesley George Gray Bell Henry Pybus Bell-Irving Bernard Belleau Maurice Bellemare Francesco Bellini Helen Belyea Samuel Belzberg Gordon Lockhart Bennett W.A.C. Bennett C. Fred Bentley Peter Bentley (Businessman) Roloff Beny Andre Berard Thomas R. Berger Boris Berlin Alan Bernstein Carrie Best Reginald Bibby Wilfred Gordon Bigelow Gary Birch (electrical engineer) Bud Bird Heather Bishop Claude Bisson Pierre Andre Bissonnette Harry Black (Unicef) Vincent Bladen Clark Blaise Allan Blakeney Michael Bliss Hans Blumenfeld William R.C. Blundell Stewart Blusson William Brenton Boggs Pierre Boivin Roch Bolduc Malvina Bolus J. Richard Bond Harry Botterell Victor Bouchard Lionel Boulet Jocelyne Bourgon Arthur Bourns George Bowering Robert A. Boyd Leonard Boyle John Bragg (businessman) Robert Bringhurst Robin Broadway Edward Bronfman Peter Bronfman A.A. Bronson Arnold Brown (General of The Salvation Army) Audrey Alexandra Brown Rosemary Brown (politician) Judd Buchanan Manuel Buchwald Sidney Buckwold Derek Burney James Burns (businessman) Sharon Butala Esmond Unwin Butler George Butterfield (businessman) Lily Butters
Leo Cadieux Frank Arthur Calder John Callaghan Donald Calne Thomas Cameron Dalton Camp Iona Campagnolo Alex Campbell (politician) Douglas Lloyd Campbell Moran Campbell Pierre Camu Sharon Capeling-Alakija Douglas Cardinal Alexander Carter Arthur Carty Donald J. Carty A.J. Casson Jean Gabriel Castel Ranjit Chandra Thomas Chang John Leslie Charles Fulgence Charpentier Arthur Child Julien Chouinard Bruce Chown Michel Chretien (scientist) Raymond Chretien Greg Clark (journalist) Samuel Delbert Clark Bobby Clarke Larry Clarke John Cleghorn Leslie Cliff Kathleen Coburn William Arthur Cochrane Marshall A. Cohen George Cohon Henry Collingwood Charles Comfort William Commanda George Connell (biochemist) Martin Connell Margaret Conrad George Ramsay Cook William Harrison Cook Parzival Copes Ernest Cormier Jean Pierre Cote Gisele Cote Harper Irwin Cotler Douglas Coupland Tom Courchene Nellie Cournoyea Jean Coutu (pharmacist) Frank Manning Covert John Hubert Craigie David Crombie John Crow Richard Cruess Richard Currie Wilfred Curtis
Gustavo Da Roza Dominic D'Alessandro Maureen Kempston Darkes Paul Davenport Tirone E. David Jean Davignon Donald Deacon Adolfo J. De Bold Vianney Decarie Michael DeGroote L. Denis Desautels Jean Paul Desbiens Andre Desmarais Robert Despres Louis Deveau Jack Diamond (architect) Punch Dickins Walter Dieter Leon Dion Gordon Dixon David A. Dodge David Dolphin Paulina Donalda Roland Dore John Dossetor Vibert Douglas James Downey (academic) Keith Downey (agricultural scientist) Richard Doyle (politician) Stephen M. Drance Charles Drury Charles Dubin Alain Dubuc Henry Duckworth Louis Dudek
Fredrik Stefan Eaton Ralph Edwards (Conservationist) Jim Elder Frank H. Ellis Alfred John Ellis Jake Epp William Epstein Georges Erasmus Donald Ethell Trevor Eyton
Joe Fafard Barker Fairley Gordon Fairweather Sylvia Fedoruk Anthony S. Fell Ivan Fellegi Kathleen Fenwick Muriel McQueen Fergusson Herve Filion Gilbert Finn James Fleck Jacques Flynn Robert Folinsbee Phil Fontaine Kenneth Forbes Jean Forest Claude Forget D'Iberville Fortier Yves Fortier (geologist) Robert Fowler (diplomat) Margot Franssen Clarke Fraser John Allen Fraser Louise Frechette Samuel O. Freedman Laurence Freeman David French (playwright) Monique Frize Davie Fulton
John Gallagher (geologist) George R. Gardiner Louis Garneau Raymond Garneau Jake Gaudaur George E. Gauthier Paule Gauthier Richard Geren Don Getty Helen Glass Bill Glassco Constance Glube Peter Godsoe Alan B. Gold Richard Goldbloom Ruth Goldbloom Carl Goldenberg Klaus Goldschlag Edwin A. Goodman Betty Goodwin Percival Gordon Carl Goresky Clarence Gosse Howard Graham (Canadian Army Officer) Charles Granger John Maclachlan Gray Walt Grealis Nancy Greene Milton Fowler Gregg Scott Griffin Jean Grondin Pierre Grondin Phyllis Grosskurth Harry Gunning Raymond Gushue Gordon Guyatt Sandra Gwyn
Judith Goslin Hall Sydney Halter James Milton Ham Jean Marc Hamel Louis Edmond Hamelin William McLean Hamilton John Hamm Stephen Hanessian Arthur S. Hara Jules Hardy Douglas Harkness John Russell Harper Richard Harrington (photographer) Cole Harris Milton E. Harris Richard Haskayne Harry Hawthorn Frank Hawthorne Salter Hayden Saul Hayes Arden Haynes Robert Haynes Richard Hearn Jacques Hebert (Canadian politician) Roy Heenan George Hees Raymond Heimbecker Lawrence Heisey Maxim Hermaniuk Alexander Hickman Daniel G. Hill Donald Hillman William S. Hoar Peter Hochachka John Hodgetts Stuart Milton Hodgson Abby Hoffman Paul F. Hoffman Charles Hollenberg C.S. Holling John Wendell Holmes Beland Honderich John Hooper (sculptor) Wilbert Hopper John Alexander Hopps Cleeve Horne Myer Horowitz Norman Horrocks Chaviva Hosek Arthur Maxwell House James Archibald Houston William Lloyd Hoyt Monica Hughes John Peters Humphreys George Hungerford Helen Hunley Linda Hutcheon
Thomas Ide Keith Usherwood Ingold Norman Inkster Arthur Irving James K. Irving Bill Irwin (priest) Elmer Iseler Werner Israel
Wilbur Jackett Harry Jackman Roger Jackson Niels Jannasch Pierre Jean Jeanniot Harry Jerome Prabhat Jha (epidemologist) Harold E. Johns Walter H. Johns Donald J. Johnson F. Ross Johnson Frederick Johnson (politician) George Johnson (Manitoba politician) Don Johnston Serge Joyal Chantal Juillet
Sol Kanee George Karpati Malak Karsh Leon Katz (physicist) Wilbert Keon Bruce Kidd Michael J.L. Kirby Lawrence Kirk Watson Kirkconnell Philippe Kirsch Roy Kyooka Ernest Klein (inventor) Carl Klinck Bartha Knoppers Stanley Knowles Murray Koffler Leo Kolber Henry Kreisel Kresimir Krnjevic Anton Kuerti Anita Kunz
Arthur Labatt Gilbert LaBine Fernand LaBrie Paul Lacoste (academic) David Lam Bernard Lamarre William Kaye Lamb Allen Lamber Gilles Lamontagne Otto Lang Daniel Langlois Fenwick Landsdowne Andre Laplante Hugues Lapointe Maryse Lassonde Allan Leal William Lederman Leonard Legault Heinz Lehmann William Leiss Douglas LePan Rita Letendre Evelyn Lett Walter Frederick Light Daniel Ling Victor Ling Richard Lipsey Dorothy Livesay Kenneth Lochhead Jonathan Lomas (researcher) Leon Lortie Louis Lortie Frederick Lowy Dorothy Ludwig Arthur Lundrigan Kevin G. Lynch Sterling Lyon
Augustine A. MacDonald H. Ian MacDonald John B. MacDonald John S. MacDonald William Ross MacDonald Grant MacEwan Elsie MacGill Grace MacInnis Colin B. McKay Donald MacKay (scientist) Harold MacKay J. Ross MacKay Henry Poole MacKeen Walter Mackenzie Peter MacKinnon Angus MacLean Anne McLellan David MacLennan Kenneth McNaught Alan MacNaughton Jim MacNeill Marnie McBean Ernest McCulloch Piers McDonald Barbara McDougall Pat McGeer James McEwen (engineer) Patrick McGrath (psychologist) Alexander Gordon McKay Darcy McKeough Digby McLaren Audrey McLaughlin Earle McLaughlin Stuart McLean Katharine McLennan James Chalmers McRuer Peter McTaggart-Cowan Ian McWhinney Karen Magnussen Gerald Maier John Manion Thomas Henry Manning Leo Margolis Seraphin Marion Allan Markin Paul Marmet Jacob Masliyah Yoshio Masui Roger Matton Arthur Mauro Margaret Meagher Jonathan Larmonth Meakins Harry Medavoy Roy Megarry Pierre Michaud Valentine Milvain Henry Mintzberg Douglas Mitchell W. Thomas Molloy Hartland Molson Robert Moncel Lorraine Monk Alfred Monnin Gilbert Monture Robert Moody Arthur B.B. Moore Dora Davor Moore Pierre Morency Renee Morisset Desmond Morton (historian) W.L. Morton Louis Muhlstock Heather Munroe-Blum Athol Murray William Thornton Mustard
Arnold Naimark Jean Jacques Nattiez David Naylor E.R. Ward Neale Alex Neve W.H. New Ted Newall Eric Newell Leonard Nicholson Robert Noble Bruce Nodwell
David P. O'Brien John O'Brien (Canadian Admiral) Cornelia Oberlander Frank O'Dea Robert Ogle Philip Oland Victor De Bedia Oland Michael Kelway Oliver Paul O'Neill (author) Toni Onley Jessie Oonark James Orbinski Philip Orsino Walter Stewart Owen Kenneth Ozmon
Charles Pachter William Anthony Paddon Patrick Parfrey Alice Parizeau John Havelock Parker Jon Kimura Parker Timothy R. Parsons Daniel N. Paul Howard Pawley Anthony Pawson Landon Pearson George Pedersen Jack Pelech Jean Pelletier Mary Percy Jackson David Peregrine Vera Perlin Isaac Phills Lloyd Montgomery Pidgeon Jean Pigott Jean Guy Pilon Martha Piper Joseph Aurele Plourde Jean Marie Poitras Jack Poole Carl Pollock Sharon Pollock Barry Posner (physician) Arthur Edward Potts D. Gregory Powell Alfred Powis Neville Poy Andre Prevost (composer) Robert Prevost Raymond A. Price Robert Prichard Richard J. Puddephatt
Royden Rabinowitch Nina Raginsky John Erskine Read Ernie Regehr Simon Reisman Grant Reuber John Richard Bill Ricker Clay Riddell Edouard Rinfret John Risley Cedric Ritchie Rod Robbie J.J. Michel Robert Hedard Robichaud Douglas Roche Edward Samuel Rogers Harold A. Rogers Robert Gordon Rogers Richard Rohmer Roy Romanow Allan Ronald Malcolm Ross (Literary Critic) Murray G. Ross Phyllis Ross Joseph Rotman Harry Rowsell Louise Roy (administrator) Francois Rozet Jaroslav Rudnyckj Frederick Russell
Laura Sabia David Sackett Indira Samarasekera Camille Sandorfy Allen Sapp John Savage (politician) Felix Antoine Savard Donald J. Savoie Henry Saxe Tito Scaiano David Schindler William G. Schneider Seymour Schulich Irving Schwartz Ian Scott (Ontario politician) Marianne Scott Daryl Seaman Philip Seeman Alvin Segal Gordon Walter Semenoff James Sewid Doris Shadbolt Bernard Shapiro J.R. Shaw Walter Russell Shaw Jennifer Shay Leslie Shemilt Joseph J. Shoctor Gordon Shrum Morris Shumiatcher Robert Simmonds Mary Simon Adelaide Sinclair Gordon Slemon Arnold Smith Arthur Ryan Smith Muriel Smith Wilfred I. Smith Frank Sobey Nahum Sonenberg Raymond Souster Raymond Speaker Irene Spry Charles Perry Stacey Steven Staryk Robert Steadward Baldur R. Stefansson Sam Steinberg Ralph Steinhauer Charles R. Stelck Bette Stephenson Carol Stephenson William Stevenson (Judge) Ian Stirling (biologist) David Strangway Barry Strayer Marlene Streit Guy Sylvestre Stefan Sznuk
Elaine Tanner Claude Taylor (Transportation executive) Kenneth D. Taylor Eric Teed Wiliam Teron Gordon Thiessen Ronald Thom Audrey Thomas Richard M. Thomson Raymond Thornsteinsson Richard H. Tomlinson Claude Tousignant Peter Towe Arthur Tremblay Gilles Tremblay (composer) Marilyn Trenholme Counsell Bruce Trigger Albert Trueman Tsui Lap-Chee Endel Tulving
Cardinal Jean Claude Turcotte (awarded in the 1996 Queen's Honours List).(Resigned in 2010 to protest Henry Morgentaler's appointment to the Order).
William Ferdinand Alphonse Turgeon Yuli Turovsky W.T. Tutte
Irene Uchida Robert Uffen Frank Underhill
Sidney Van Den Bergh Maury Van Vliet Gerard Veilleux Michel Vennat Richard Verreau Annette Verschuren Andre Viger Arthur Vineberg Erich Vogt George Volkoff Bernard Voyer Mladen Vranic
Juhn Atsushi Wada Norman Wagner Mark Wainberg Peter Busby Waite Carolyn Waldo Jeff Wall Jean Pierre Wallot Harry Walsh Phyllis Webb W. Garfield Weston Bill White (Canadian politician) Bob White (trade unionist) Martin Will Lynn R. Williams Percy Williams (sprinter) Lynton Wilson William Winegard Gordon Arnaud Winter Clarence Wiseman Stephen Worobetz James Worrall Clifford Wright Douglas Tyndall Wright
Leo Yaffe Daniel Yanofsky
Eberhard Zeidler George Zukerman
1. Bryan Adams
Soundtrack | Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves
Canadian singer-songwriter Bryan Adams rose to fame with the release of his third album, "Cuts Like a Knife" (1983). The album made him popular throughout the United States. However, it was his fourth album "Reckless" (1984), which is referred to as one of the best albums of the decade that made ...
5. Paul Almond
Director | Isabel
Paul Almond's television and movie productions have won numerous awards, including: 12 Canadian Film Awards (Genies), 3 Ohio State Awards and other international awards
In 2001, Paul Almond was appointed an Officer of the Order of Canada for having "demonstrated an outstanding level of talent and ...
Philippe De Gaspe Beaubien was recipient.
17. Paul Anka
Soundtrack | No Way Out
Canadian-born Paul Anka first achieved success in the 1950s as a teenage singing star (and, for the times, an unusual one in that he wrote many of his own songs). Although he appeared in several films, and was quite believable as a nervous, hyper young soldier in The Longest Day (1962) (for which ...
18. Bluma Appell
Bluma Appell was born on September 4, 1919 in Montreal, Québec, Canada. She was a writer, known for The 4th Annual Canadian Comedy Awards (2003), The 5th Annual Canadian Comedy Awards (2004) and The 3rd Annual Canadian Comedy Awards (2002). She was married to Brian. She died on July 14, 2007 in ...
19. Peter Appleyard
Music_department | Nightcap
Peter Appleyard was born on October 25, 1928 in Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire, England. He is known for his work on Nightcap (1963), Peter Appleyard Presents (1977) and The Chevy Showroom Starring Andy Williams (1958). He died on July 17, 2013 in Eden Mills, Ontario, Canada.
21. Angèle Arsenault
Actress | Au nom du père et du fils
Angèle Arsenault was born on October 1, 1943 in Abram-Village, Prince Edward Island, Canada. She was an actress, known for Au nom du père et du fils (1993), Maria Chapdelaine (1983) and Le temps de l'avant (1975). She died on February 25, 2014 in Quebec, Canada.
22. Louis Audette
24. Thomas Axworthy
He was awarded the 2002 Queen Elizabeth II's Golden Jubilee Medal from the Canadian Governor General in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
25. Charles Aznavour
Actor | Tirez sur le pianiste
Beloved French chanson entertainer Charles Aznavour, who wrote more than 800 songs, recorded more than 1,000 of them in French, English, German and Spanish and sold over 100 million records in all, was born Shahnour Vaghinag Aznavourian on May 22, 1924, in Paris, the younger of two children born to...
27. Frédéric Back
Art_department | L'homme qui plantait des arbres
Frédéric Back was born on April 8, 1924 in Saarbrücken, Germany. He is known for his work on The Man Who Planted Trees (1987), Crac (1980) and The Mighty River (1993). He was married to Ghylaine Paquin. He died on December 24, 2013 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
28. Jacques Beaulieu
Sound_department | Y'a du bois dans ma cour
Jacques Beaulieu is known for his work on Y'a du bois dans ma cour (1976), Richard Rohmer and His Referendum: A View from Quebec (1979) and The National Scream (1980).
34. Earle Birney
Writer | David
Earle Birney was born in Calgary, Alberta, in 1904, and was educated at the University of British Columbia, University of Toronto, Berkeley and University of London.
At the age of twelve he became the editor of a realistic underground newspaper. When a teacher saw a copy of the paper, she deemed it...
35. Donald Brittain
Writer | Fields of Sacrifice
Donald Brittain was born on June 10, 1928 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. He was a writer and director, known for Fields of Sacrifice (1963), Canada's Sweetheart: The Saga of Hal C. Banks (1985) and Memorandum (1967). He died on July 21, 1989 in Montréal, Québec, Canada.
36. Dave Broadfoot
Writer | Bye-Bye
Dave Broadfoot was born on December 5, 1925 in North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. He was an actor and writer, known for Bye-Bye (1968), Royal Canadian Air Farce (1981) and The Unforeseen (1958). He was married to Diane Simard and Jean Templeton. He died on November 1, 2016 in Canada.
42. Paul Buissonneau
Actor | La guêpe
Paul Buissonneau started his career as a singer with french chorus "Les Compagnons de la Chanson". While the chorus was touring North America with Édith Piaf, Paul left the "Compagnons" and stayed in Canada. He became actor, put on stage many plays and revues, particularly for children (Quebec ...
48. George Bain
He was awarded O.C. (Officer of the Order of Canada) on November 17, 1988 and Invested on April 12, 1989 by the Canadian Governor General in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Former chairman of the Southam Press Limited, President of The Canadian Press and Vice- Chairman of the Council of the Commonwealth ...
56. Norman Campbell
Producer | NET Festival
Born in Los Angeles to Canadian parents in February 1924, Campbell grew up in Vancouver, where from a very young age he began to write songs. He met Elaine Leiterman in 1947, and they married in 1949. Although he took a degree in meteorology from the University of British Columbia, he began his ...
59. Gilles Carle
Director | Les Plouffe
Advertising studies at the Ecole des Beaux-arts de Montreal. Start the book edition company 'Les Editions de l'hexagone' with the poet Gaston Miron where he wrote litterature and cinema's reviews. In 1955, he began working in graphic arts at Radio-Canada still writing reviews in some newspaper. He ...
61. Roch Carrier
Writer | Le martien de Noël
Roch Carrier was born on May 13, 1937 in Sainte-Justine, Québec, Canada. He is a writer and actor, known for Le martien de Noël (1971), Appuis et suspensions (1964) and The Ungrateful Land: Roch Carrier Remembers Ste-Justine (1972).
62. Richard Cashin
Writer | Monsieur le ministre
Solange Chaput-Rolland was born on May 14, 1919 in Montréal, Québec, Canada as Solange Chaput. She was a writer, known for Monsieur le ministre (1982), Le Québec est au monde (1979) and Carrefour (1955). She was married to André Rolland. She died on October 31, 2001 in ...
69. Roméo Dallaire
Writer | Shake Hands with the Devil
Roméo Dallaire was born on June 25, 1946 in Denekamp, Overijssel, Netherlands. He is a writer, known for Shake Hands with the Devil (2007), Shake Hands with the Devil: The Journey of Roméo Dallaire (2004) and The Last Just Man (2002).
75. Colm Feore
Actor | Chicago
Colm Feore was born on August 22, 1958 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. He is an actor and writer, known for Chicago (2002), The Chronicles of Riddick (2004) and Thor (2011). He has been married to Donna Feore since August 8, 1994. They have two children. He was previously married to Sidonie Boll.
83. Bruce Cockburn
Soundtrack | Goon
Bruce Cockburn was born on May 27, 1945 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. He is known for his work on Goon (2011), Radio Arrow (1998) and Summerhood (2008). He has been married to M.J. Hannett since 2011. They have one child. He was previously married to Kitty Macaulay.
84. Albert Cohen
Writer | Mangeclous
Albert Cohen was born on August 16, 1895 in Corfu, Greece. He was a writer, known for Mangeclous (1988), Belle du Seigneur (2012) and Entretiens (1973). He was married to Bella Berkowich, Marianne Goss and Elisabeth Brocher. He died on October 17, 1981 in Geneva, Switzerland.
93. Shirley Douglas
Actress | Dead Ringers
Shirley Douglas was born on April 2, 1934 in Weyburn, Saskatchewan, Canada as Shirley Jean Douglas. She is known for her work on Dead Ringers (1988), Wind at My Back (1996) and Lolita (1962). She was married to Donald Sutherland and Timothy Emil Sicks. She died on April 5, 2020 in Toronto, Ontario,...
98. Timothy Findley
Writer | The Wars
Timothy Findley was born on October 30, 1930 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada as Timothy Irving Frederick Findley. He was a writer and actor, known for The Wars (1983), Don't Let the Angels Fall (1969) and Dieppe 1942 (1979). He was married to Janet Reid. He died on June 20, 2002 in Brignoles, Var, ...