C.M. (Member of the Order of Canada)by Sylviastel | created - 03 Oct 2014 | updated - 6 days ago | Public
Michael Adams (XXX)
David Ahenakew (resigned or removed)
Madeline Ann Akisc
Norman z. Alcock
Anne Marie Alonzo
Michael M. Ames
Doris Margaret Anderson
Gerald Smedley Andrews
John Bartlett Angel
Tony Anselmo (Canadian football)
Sally Wishart Armstrong
Lewis H.M. Ayre
Lise Bacon Leone Bagnall Elizabeth Bagshaw Michael Baker (Physician) George Balcan Eric Balcom Geoffrey Ballard Michael Barnes (Canadian author) Joseph J. Barnicke Jean Ashworth Bartle William Hickson Barton
Bernard Norman Barwin (awarded in the 1996 Queen's Honours List).(resigned in 2013 to avoid being removed after being found guilty of professional misconduct).
Maxwell Bates Manuel G. Batshaw Aba Bayefsky Robert Beamish Bruce W. Beatty Patricia Beatty Margaret Becklake John Beckwith (composer) Charles Thomas Beer Paul Beeston Morton Beiser Allan Gordon Bell Douglas Bell (politician) Jenny Belzberg Charles H. Belzile Jalynn Bennett Norbert Berkowitz Louise Bessette Lois Betteridge Claire Bice Charlie Biddle Alfred J. Billes Ferdinand Biondi Leonard Birchall Michel Biron Louis Bisson John Bitove Sr. Duncan Gordon Blair Phyllis Blakeley Marjorie Blankstein Francis John Blatherwick Margaret Bloodworth Bruno Bobak Molly Bobak Renato Giuseppe Boisiso Jacques J. Bouchard Jocelyne Bourassa Clement Bowman Bill Brady (journalist) Leonard Braithwaite Dee Brasseur Elizabeth Brewster Barry Broadfoot Claude Broche Alexander Brott Fred Bruemmer Harold Buchwald Remi Bujold Ellen Burka Ron Burnett
Francis Cabot Larry Cain Michelle Cameron Silver Donald Cameron Marjorie Wilkins Campbell Neil Campbell (rower) Ronald Caplan Herb Carnegie Pat Carney Allan Carswell Carlo Cattarello Robert Cauchon Simon Chang (designer) Stephen Chatman
Frank Chauvin (awarded in in the 1987 Queen's Honours List for his services to charity).(Resigned in 2010 to protest Henry Morgentaler's appointment to the Order).
Lawrence Cherney Saul Cherniak Jack Chiang Julia Ching Ione Christensen W. Edmund Clark Ian D. Clark (public servant John Clarke (mountaineer) Jean Paul Cloutier Ronald M. Clowes Janet Cochrane Fred Cogswell Erminie Cohen Harry B. Cohen Joseph H. Cohen Martha Cohen Morley Cohen Samuel N. Cohen Edgar Andrew Collard F. Anthony Comper Gail Cook Bennett Ronald Corey Gerard Cote Helen Creighton Maxwell Cummings Tagak Curley Gordon Gray Currie Max Cynader
Paul Emilien Dalpe Leslie Dan Ken Danby Sylvia Daoust Dashan Raymond Daveluy Alan Garnett Davenport True Davidson Victor Davis Jean Marie De Koninck Thomas De Koninck Dora De Pedery Hunt Michael De Pencier Jan De Vries (soldier) Jon Dellandreau Hugh Dempsey Ivor Dent Sudi Devanesen Rita Deverell George Dewar Naranjan Dhalla Terence Dickinson William Dimma Arthur J. Dixon Catherine Doherty Laverna Katie Dollimore Joseph Aubin Doiron Murray Dryden Shannie Duff Edward Arunah Dunlop Jr. Jean Dussault Marcel Dutil O. P. Dwivedi Phil Dwyer (musician) Howard Dyck Shirley Dysart
Alan Eagleson (removed or resigned) Dorothy Harley Eber Marlys Edwardh James Francis Edwards John George Egnatoff Ronald Eland Fraser Elliott John English (Canadian Politician) Johnny Esaw Bernard Etkin Mark Evaloarjuk Gregory Evans
Frank Fagan Kenneth Farmer Judy Feld Carr Robert Ross Ferguson Hugh Fisher (canoeist) Aida McAnn Flemming Fred Fountain Edith Fowke Waldron Fox-Decent Colin Franklin (engineer)
Etienne Gaboury Gaetano Gagliano Sheldon Galbraith David A. Ganong R. Whidden Ganong William Garden Helen Gardiner Yves Gaucher (artist) Jean Robert Gauthier Peter George (professor) Irving Gerstein Samuel Gesser Albert Gilbert Harry Giles Ronald Gillespie Judy Gingell Hans Gmoser Tony Golab Edgar Gold Michael Goldbloom Anne Golden Larry Goldenberg J. King Gordon Mary Gordon (child advocate) Calvin Gotlieb Laurie Graham Bernard Grandmaitre James H. Gray
Stanley G. Grizzle Chan Gunn Donna Gurr May Gutteridge
Walter Hachborn Gerald Hagey Israel Halperin John Borden Hamilton Stuart Hamilton Marsha Hanen Dan Hanganu Robert D. Hare Conrad Harrington Walter Edgar Harris Ted Harrison Michael R. Hayden Anne Heggtveit Paul Henderson Donald Hings Jack Hirsh Jack Hodgins Elizabeth Bradford Holbrook Greg Hollingshead Derek Holman John Honderich Michael Hornstein Jim Horsman Dezso J. Horvath Harold Horwood E.J. Hughes Raoul Hunter
Edward A. Irving Avrom Isaacs
Donald Jackson Leslie Jaeger
Roberta Jamieson Mary John Sr. William Johnson (author) Diane Jones Konihowski Edith Josie Franc Joubin Ron Joyce
Zbigniew Kabata Helen Kalvak Lorie Kane Ricky Kanee Schachter David L. Kaplan Kalmen Kaplansky Josef Kates Vicki Keith Maryvonne Kendergi Garry Kennedy William Kilbourn Marie Claire Kirkland George Knudson Wanda Koop Vern Krishna Leo Kristjanson Richard Kroft Norman Kwong
Gisele Lalonde Gisele Lamoureux Aldea Landry J. Spencer Lanthier
Father Lucien Larre (awarded in 1983 Queen's Honours List for his services to Catholicism). (Resigned in 2010 to protest Henry Morgentaler's appointment to the Order).
William Laskin Phil Latulippe J. Conrad Lavigne Trudi Le Caine Mary Jo Leddy Philip S. Lee Robert H. Lee Arlette Lefebvre William C. Leggett Harry Lehotsky Zebulon Lewis Leigh Patrick LeSage Jean Louis Levesque Daurene Lewis Scoop Lewry Peter M. Liba
Camille Limoges (awarded in 2011 Queen's Honours List for her services to science and academia).(Resigned in 2013 for reasons unknown).
Fernand Lindsay Johnny Lombardi Ronald Lou Poy Sandra Lovelace Nicholas Jean B. Lumb Cliff Lumsdon Harold Lundrigan Janet Lunn
Donald C. MacDonald John Keiller Mackay Pearl McGonigal John H.C. McGreevy Dan McIvor (aviator) Don McKay William John McKeag Peggy McKercher Isabel McLaughlin Grant McLean (film producer) Carleton L. MacMillan John A. MacNaughton Lloyd MacPhail Marion MacRae Garfield Mahood Silas McLellan Gerald McMaster Marilou McPhedran Tak Wah Mak Helen Maksagak Donald Malinowski (politician) Judith Mappin George Mara Charles Eugene Marin Lorna Marsden
Nathan Mendelsohn Ruby Mercer Pat Messner John Metcalf (writer) Art Miki Roy Miki William Milroy (Canadian Army Officer) Ken Mitchell Masajiro Miyazaki Eric Molson David Lee Moroni Norval Morrisseau Virgil P. Moshansky Doug Mowat Phyllis Munday Lawrence Mysak
Alfred Needler Roger Neilson Pierre Nepveu Hanna Newcombe Cindy Nicholas Ron Northcott Harold Nutter
Clairette Oddera Daphne Odjig Val O'Donovan Marianna O'Gallagher Kelvin Ogilvie Abe Okpik Marion Alice Orr Earl Orser Sean O'Sullivan (priest) Adrien Ouellette
Gilles Paquet Marie Therese Paquin Elizabeth Parr Johnston Tom Pashby Peter Lewis Paul Ross H. Paul Trevor W. Payne Kenneth Peacock David Pecaut Evelyn Pepper Clayton Oscar Person David Phillips (climatologist) Herb Pinder Suzanne Pinel Charles Albert Poissant Douglas Pollard George Porteous Timothy Porteous Sandra Post Gilles Potvin Mark J. Poznansky John Primrose (sport shooter) Walter Prystawski Uriash Puqiqnak
Louis Joseph Quinn Taamasi Qumaq
Leonard Ratzlaff Marion Loretta Reid Dorothy Reitman
Kati Rekai Gil Remillard Dal Richards Ernie Richardson (curler) Donald Rix Mike Robinson (Alberta politician) Suzanne Rochon Burnett Stephen Boleslaw Roman Harry Rosen James W. Ross Stubb Ross Susan Ross (artist) Wayne Rostad Calvin Ruck Bob Rumball
Lino Saputo Guylaine Saucier Doris Saunders Charles Sauriol Ezra Schabas Otto Schaefer Erwin Schild Albert Schultz Alfred Scow Sydney Segal Nabil Seidah Yoshio Senda Raymond Setlakwe Lloyd Shaw (socialist) Ken Shields (basketball) Mamdouh Shoukri Haroon Siddiqui Angela Sidney Andrew Simone T. Sher Singh (resigned or removed). Charles Sirois David Chadwick Smith Ernest Smith Jori Smith Tricia Smith Herman Smith-Johannsen Ann Southam Herbert O. Sparrow Lawrence Spitzig Gerald Squires Raymond Squires Edna Staebler Mavis Staines Ethel Stark Steve Stavro Savella Stechishin Harold R. Steele Dave Steen H. Arnold Steinberg Kent Stetson John Bertram Stirling Grant Strate Sam Sullivan Beth Symes Emoke Szathmary
Yvon Tasse Angella Taylor Issajenko Lucille Teasdale Corti Mark Tennant David Thauberger Bing Thom Linda Thom Clarence Tillenius Albert Ross Tilley Georg Tintner Roger Tomlinson Jacques De Tonnancour Gerald R. Tremblay Jean Noel Tremblay Peter Troake Lorne Trottier Otto Tucker Gilles Turcot E.K. Turner David H. Turpin John Turvey
Sandy Van Ginkel George Vari Roy Henry Vickers Marq De Villiers Herman Voaden
Paul Walfish Ronald Wallace (politician) Dorothy Walton Dora Wasserman Norman Webster Boyd Wettlaufer Lucile Wheeler James Austin Whelihan Denis Whitaker Doreen Wicks Cornelius Wiebe Austin Willis Peter Wing Hugh Winsor Kirk Wipper Arthur Wishart Jeanne Wolfe Milton Wong Walter Wood Don Wright (Composer) Esther Clark Wright Richard B. Wright W. Robert Wyman
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29. Carroll Baker
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