Notable alumni from Ontario private schools

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The alumni below attended private and boarding schools in Ontario. We explore the relationship between private education and successful careers here (where we also list alumni from schools nationwide).



Alum School & Accomplishment Year
Joseph
Tyrrell
Upper Canada College
Discoverer of dinosaur bones in Alberta. Canadian geologist, cartographer, and mining consultant.
1876
Gilbert de Beauregard
Robinson
St. Andrew's College
A Canadian mathematician most famous for the Robinson-Schensted algorithm.
1924
Jim
Chamberlin
University of Toronto Schools
Aerodynamicist and key player in the design of the Avro Arrow
1933
George
Grant
Upper Canada College
Internationally renowned Canadian philosopher and theorist. Had a major influence on subsequent Canadian scholars and political culture. Considered one of Canada's most original thinkers.
1936
Douglass
North
Ashbury College
Nobel Prize winner for Economics
1938
Beatrice Helen
Worsley
The Bishop Strachan School
First female computer scientist in Canada. MIT and Cambridge grad.
1939
Alexander Gordon
McKay
Upper Canada College
Award-winning Canadian academic and scholar of Virgil. Officer of the Order of Canada. President of the Royal Society of Canada.
1942
Ernest
McCulloch
Upper Canada College
Pioneering biologist and the co-discoverer of the existence of stem cells. Lasker award winner, member of the Orders of Canada and Ontario, and Canadian Medical Hall of Fame inductee
1943
William Morley
Kilbourn
Upper Canada College
Author, historian, and noted chronicler of Toronto. City councillor. Harvard Professor. Member of the Order of Canada. Founder of many philanthropic organizations and boards.
1944
John
Polanyi
University of Toronto Schools
Won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his research in chemical kinetics
1947
Charles
Taylor
Trinity College School
Award-winning and internationally-studied analytic philosopher. Domestically, Taylor was influential in debates around Quebec nationalism.
1949
Anne
Innis Dagg
The Bishop Strachan School
Zoologist and author.
1951
Stephen
Clarkson
Upper Canada College
Leading Canadian political scientist and Member of the Order of Canada.
1954
John
Ridpath
Upper Canada College
Award-winning professor, historian, and philosopher. Was a noted proponent of Objectivism, serving on the board of directors of the Ayn Rand Institute.
1955
Modris
Eksteins
Upper Canada College
Renowned and award-winning historian of Germany. Rhodes Scholar.
1961
Michael
Spence
University of Toronto Schools
Won the Nobel Prize in Economics for his work on information flows and market development
1961
Margaret
MacMillan
St. Clement's School
Historian, academic, and author
1961
James Greig
Arthur
Upper Canada College
World's leading mathematician in representation theory and creator of the General Trace Formula
1962
David
Staines
St. Michael's College School
Award-winning literary critic, writer, and professor. Member of the Order of Canada. Awarded the Order of Ontario.
1964
Gregory
Kealey
St. Michael's College School
Historian on Canada's working class, Professor Emeritus Department of History, vice president (Research) 2001–2021 University of New Brunswick
1966
Campbell
Harvey
Royal St. George's College
Economist
1977
Timothy
Endicott
Upper Canada College
Dean of Law at Oxford University. Legal scholar and philosopher.
1979
Molly
Shoichet
TFS - Canada's International School
Professor of Chemical Engineering, University of Toronto, Donnelly Centre for Cellular & Biomolecular Research, Ph.D., Polymer Science and Engineering, University of Massachusetts, Recipient of the Order of Ontario (2011).
1983
Molly
Shoichet
TFS - Canada's International School (West Campus)
Professor of Chemical Engineering, University of Toronto, Donnelly Centre for Cellular & Biomolecular Research, Ph.D., Polymer Science and Engineering, University of Massachusetts, Recipient of the Order of Ontario (2011).
1983
Sujit
Choudhry
University of Toronto Schools
Dean of the UC Berkeley School of Law. Rhodes Scholar.
1988
Jonathan
Baillie
Royal St. George's College
Zoologist
1990

Alum School & Accomplishment Year
Eugène-Étienne
Taché
Upper Canada College
Noted architect and engineer. Designer of the Quebec Parliament Building. Designed Quebec's coat of arms and motto, "Je me souviens".
1854
Archibald
Lampman
Trinity College School
The Canadian Encyclopedia says he is "generally considered the finest of Canada's late 19th-century poets in English."
1879
Stephen
Leacock
Upper Canada College
Celebrated writer, humourist and economist. The most widely read English-speaking author in the world between 1910 and 1925.
1882
Dora
Mavor Moore
Havergal College
Canadian actor, teacher and director and the pioneer of Canadian theatre. She was honoured with the Order of Canada in 1970 for her contributions to theatre in Canada.
1899
Marjorie
Pickthall
The Bishop Strachan School
Celebrated Canadian writer and poet
1901
Lawren
Harris
St. Andrew's College
Pioneering Canadian artist and Group of Seven painter. Companion of the Order of Canada.
1903
Raymond
Massey
Appleby College
Actor with two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
1914
Foster
Hewitt
Upper Canada College
Legendary broadcaster and Hockey Hall of Fame inductee
1921
Robertson
Davies
Upper Canada College
One of Canada's most internationally celebrated novelist, playwright, journalist, and essayists
1932
Alfred W.
Purdie
Albert College
Born in Wooler, Ontario in 1918, Alfred (Al) is best known (along with Milton Acorn, Alden Nowlan and Patrick Lane) as a “working class” or “poet of the people” writer.
1932
Elizabeth
Smart
Elmwood School
Author of 'By Grand Central Station I Sat Down and Wept'
1933
Galt
MacDermot
Upper Canada College
Grammy Award winning musician and co-author of the Broadway musical Hair
1942
Budge
Wilson
Branksome Hall
Award-winning Canadian author. Member of the Order of Canada. Received the Order of Nova Scotia.
1945
Peter C.
Newman
Upper Canada College
Peabody award-winning journalist and former editor of Macleans and the Toronto Star. Noted chronicler of the "Canadian Establishment"
1947
John Julius
Cooper
Upper Canada College
British historian, travel writer and television personality. Member of the British House of Lords.
1947
Michael
Snow
Upper Canada College
Internationally recognized modern artist, with public works featured prominently throughout Toronto. Exhibited around the world, including at MoMa.
1948
Ann
Southam
The Bishop Strachan School
Canadian composer and philanthropist. Member of the Order of Canada.
1955
Peter
Jennings
Trinity College School
Journalist and news anchor, dominating American evening news through ABC's "World News Tonight"
1956
Jackie
Burroughs
Branksome Hall
Gemini-winning actress. Received a Governor General's Performing Arts Award for Lifetime Artistic Achievement.
1957
Brian
Stewart
Upper Canada College
Award winning Senior Correspondent for the CBC's "The National" . Distinguished Senior Fellow at the Munk School of Global Affairs at UofT. Member of the Order of Ontario.
1958
John
Fraser
Upper Canada College
Editor of Saturday Night Magazine and master of Massey College. Member of the Order of Canada. Chaired the Canadian Journalism Foundation until 2008. Multiple award winner for journalism. Published worldwide.
1963
Jeffrey
Simpson
University of Toronto Schools
Governor General's Award-winning journalist, commentator, and author. National affairs columnist for The Globe and Mail.
1967
David
Gilmour
Upper Canada College
Journalist and Governor General's Award for English language fiction winning novelist
1968
Margaret
Wente
The Bishop Strachan School
Popular columnist for The Globe and Mail. National Newspaper Award winner for column-writing.
1968
Peter
Raymont
Trinity College School
Award-winning Canadian filmmaker and producer. His documentary, "Shake Hands with the Devil: The Journey of Roméo Dallaire," won multiple awards, including a 2007 Emmy.
1968
Linda
McQuaig
Branksome Hall
Noted social critic, author (The Wealthy Banker's Wife), and journalist. The National Post described her as "Canada's Michael Moore".
1969
Nicholas
Campbell
Upper Canada College
Canadian film and television star. Two-time Gemini winner
1970
Valerie
Pringle
The Bishop Strachan School
Canadian television host and journalist
1971
Tom
Clark
Upper Canada College
Host of CTV's "Power Play". Chief political correspondent for Global News. Host of Global's "The West Block". Substitute anchor for CTV's National News.
1971
Estanislao
Oziewicz
St. Michael's College School
Canadian retired journalist
1971
Ian
Brown
Trinity College School
Award-winning Canadian journalist and author.
1972
Jim
Cuddy
Upper Canada College
Juno award–winning musician Jim Cuddy is one of Canada’s best-loved singer/songwriters and a founding member of Blue Rodeo
1974
Marjorie
Gross
Branksome Hall
Television writer and producer. Wrote for numerous shows including Seinfeld.
1974
Geraint Wyn
Davies
Upper Canada College
Stage, film and television actor (Forever Knight)
1975
Lawrence
Hill
University of Toronto Schools
Award-winning novelist and writer of "The Book of Negroes"
1975
Ann
Rohmer
Branksome Hall
Lead TV anchor of CP24, Toronto
1976
Marina
Endicott
The Bishop Strachan School
Award winning novelist and short story writer. Won the Commonwealth Writers Prize and was shortlisted for the Giller Prize and the Governor General's Literary Award.
1976
Matt
Frewer
Lakefield College School
Stand-up comedian, actor, singer, and voice artist. Best known for his roles in "Watchman" and "Orphan Black".
1976
Andrew
Nikiforuk
Royal St. George's College
Journalist
1976
Mark
McKinney
Trinity College School
Comedian and actor, best known for "The Kids in the Hall". Starred in Saturday Night Live.
1977
Martha
Baillie
TFS - Canada's International School
Bestselling author and Giller Prize nominee (2009), University of Edinburgh, l’Université Paris-Sorbonne and University of Toronto.
1977
Martha
Baillie
TFS - Canada's International School (West Campus)
Bestselling author and Giller Prize nominee (2009), University of Edinburgh, l’Université Paris-Sorbonne and University of Toronto.
1977
Colm
Feore
Ridley College
Feore honed his skills as a member of the Stratford Festival of Canada, has had notable roles on series, such as House of Cards, and has on performed on Broadway.
1977
Jeffrey
Kofman
Upper Canada College
Peabody Award winning ABC news correspondent, reporting for World News with Diane Sawyer, Nightline, and Good Morning America. Toured Iraq and Afghanistan as an embedded reporter. Two-time Emmy winner
1978
Carol
Welsman
Havergal College
An internationally acclaimed jazz singer and pianist and six-time Juno Award nominee (winning Best Female Vocalist at the 1996 National Jazz Awards).
1978
David
Frum
University of Toronto Schools
Journalist, political commentator, and speechwriter for George W. Bush.
1978
James
Carl
Royal St. George's College
sculptor
1979
Sharon
Riley
Crawford Adventist Academy
Juno Award - Best Gospel Album 1999, Sharon Riley & Faith Chorale; Canada's Premiere Gospel Group; Appeared in The Blues Brothers & HBO The Light to the Power of Two.
1980
John
Northcott
Royal St. George's College
Journalist
1980
John
Stackhouse
Upper Canada College
Editor-in-Chief of The Globe and Mail
1981
Yann
Martel
Trinity College School
Man Booker Prize-winning author. Best known for "The Life of Pi", the #1 international bestseller made into a Hollywood movie.
1981
Leonard
Dick
Upper Canada College
Emmy Award, Golden Globe, and Writers Guild Award winning producer and writer of Lost, House, The Good Wife and many other sitcoms
1982
David
Straiton
Rosseau Lake College
Freelance film director and producer, currently living in Beverly Hills. His productions include episodes of popular shows on American television, such as House, Hemlock Grove, and Star Trek: Enterprise.
1983
Gillian
Deacon
Havergal College
Bestselling author and an award-winning broadcaster and journalist. She is also the host of Here and Now on CBC Radio ONE.
1984
Kiefer
Sutherland
St. Andrew's College
Emmy award and Golden Globe award winning actor, best know for his role as Jack Bauer on the hit show "24".
1984
Andrew
Heintzman
Upper Canada College
Noted author and venture capitalist. President of Investico Capital, an environmental investment company. Co-founder of Shift magazine and editorial board member for The Walrus.
1986
Tim
Footman
Appleby College
Author and journalist. Editor of the Guinness Book of World Records.
1986
Avi
Lewis
Upper Canada College
Award winning journalist and documentary filmmaker. Host of CBC's "On the Map" and Al Jazeera's "Fault Lines".
1986
Adrienne
Arsenault
St. Clement's School
Foreign correspondent for CBC
1986
Eli
Langer
Royal St. George's College
Artist
1986
Brendan
Fraser
Upper Canada College
Hollywood actor
1987
Laurie
Holden
The Bishop Strachan School
Actress, producer, and human rights activist. Best known for her roles in "The X-Files", "Silent Hill", and "The Walking Dead", amongst others.
1987
Matthew
Perry
Ashbury College
Actor best known for his role as Chandler Bing on the popular NBC sitcom "Friends"
1987
David
Hewlett
Royal St. George's College
Actor
1987
Vincenzo
Natali
Royal St. George's College
Director
1987
Christophe
Beck
Crescent School
Emmy Award-winning composer for film and television
1987
Mani
Haghighi
Appleby College
Iranian film director.
1988
Duncan
Coutts
Ridley College
He joined the alternative rock band Our Lady Peace. Our Lady Peace has won four Juno Awards and ten MuchMusic Video Awards.
1988
Sarah
Richardson
Havergal College
Designer and Media Personality
1989
Jason
Beck
Crescent School
Grammy-nominated pianist, producer and songwriter who performs as Chilly Gonzales
1989
Ed
Hanley
Royal St. George's College
Fusion Musician, tabla player for Autorickshaw
1989
Colin
Ferguson
Appleby College
Actor (The Vampire Diaries), director, and producer.
1990
Sergio
Di Zio
St. Michael's College School
Actor, starred in the television show Flashpoint
1990
Thea
Andrews
The Bishop Strachan School
Journalist and TV personality. Has been correspondent and host for ESPN, TSN, Entertainment Tonight, and other programs.
1991
Claudia
Dey
St. Clement's School
Novelist and playwright
1991
Bryan
Baeumler
Appleby College
Gemini award winning television host to HGTV/HGTV Canada shows such as "Disaster DIY", "Disaster DIY: Cottage Edition", "Leave it to Bryan", and "House of Bryan".
1992
Lin
Chi-ling
The Bishop Strachan School
Taiwanese model and actress. Official spokesperson for China Airlines and Longines.
1992
Jesse
Wente
Crescent School
First Nations Canadian Arts journalist, author of Unreconciled: Family, Truth & Indigenous Resistance, and, Chairperson of the Canada Council of Arts
1992
Kristen
Booth
Rockway Mennonite Collegiate
Professional Actress
1993
Alex
Dobson
Royal St. George's College
Opera Singer
1993
Andrew
Ferns
Royal St. George's College
Producer and Director
1993
Gabe
Radford
Royal St. George's College
Classical Musician
1993
Christian
Pavey
Royal St. George's College
Handyman/television persanlity
1994
Jonathan
Estabrooks
OMS Montessori
Jonathan is a successful opera singer. He has performed for Presidents and Prime Ministers and has worked with great conductors such as Steven Reineke and Pinchas Zuckerman.
1995
Larysa
Kondraki
The Bishop Strachan School
Film Director and Sportswritier
1995
Waubgeshing
Rice
Rosseau Lake College
Waubgeshig Rice is an Anishinaabe writer and journalist from the Wasauksing First Nation near Parry Sound, Ontario. Waub has published four books and won several awards for his writing.
1997
Rob
Stewart
Crescent School
Photographer, filmmaker and conservationist. He was the producer and director of the documentary films, Sharkwater, Revolution and Sharkwater Extinction
1997
Dan
Levy
Montcrest School
Daniel Levy is a Canadian actor, writer, director, comedian, and producer.
1997
Evanka
Osmak
Appleby College
Sports anchor for Rogers Sportsnet.
1998
Thomas
D'Arcy
Royal St. George's College
Alternative musician
1998
John
Ortved
Royal St. George's College
Writer
1999
Tim
Pyper
Royal St. George's College
Organist & Composer
1999
Stephen
Amell
St. Andrew's College
Actor
2000
Mikey
Bustos
St. Michael's College School
Entertainer and finalist in Canadian Idol
2000
Ben
Barry
Ashbury College
Founder and CEO of the Ben Barry Agency, a modelling agency known for its use of diverse models. High profile author and women's health advocate.
2001
Brad
Smith
St. Andrew's College
Actor, reality TV star, Show Host, entertainment reporter
2002
Lara
Baldesarra
Appleby College
TSN and CNN sports anchor.
2003
Robert
Gleadow
Royal St. George's College
Opera Singer
2003
Stacey
Farber
Branksome Hall
Actress best known for her role as "Eleanor" on the TV show, "Degrassi: The Next Generation"
2005
Devon
Bostick
Montcrest School
Devon Bostick is a Canadian actor best known for playing Rodrick Heffley in the first three Diary of a Wimpy Kid movies and the lead role of Simon in the Atom Egoyan-directed film Adoration.
2005
Holly
Deveaux
Montcrest School
Holly Deveaux is a Canadian actress. She is known for starring in the television series Baxter, Less Than Kind, and Spun Out.
2006
You Ming
Tan
Columbia International College
You Ming Tan (谭佑铭) is a successful creative singer songwriter in China. In 2010, he won the 4th place in China’s Super Boy Singing Competition, a popular reality TV talent show in China.
2007
Kai
(Alessia De Gasperis Brigante)
The Bishop Strachan School
Singer and songwriter signed to Warner Music Canada, with her first EP expected to be released in 2015.
2008
Lauren
Margison
The Linden School
Accomplished singer and song-writer Lauren Margison has shared the stage with Gordon Lightfoot, Rufus Wainwright, Louise Pitre, Sheila McCarthy, the Canadian Tenors and Richard Margison, her world-famous father. More... http://www.timescolonist.com/singing-is-the-margison-family-business-1.1394832
2010

Alum School & Accomplishment Year
Timothy
Eaton
Upper Canada College
Founder of the now-defunct Eaton's department store
1852
Sir Henry
Pellat
Upper Canada College
Financier, Major General, and builder of Toronto's Casa Loma
1876
Conn
Smythe
Upper Canada College
Owner of the Toronto Maple Leafs, founder of Maple Leaf Gardens, and coach of the 1928 Winter Olympics gold medal winning team. Namesake to the NHL's Conn Smythe Trophy
1909
Graham
Towers
St. Andrew's College
First Governor of the Bank of Canada. Governor for Canada at the IMF. Chairman of the National War Finance Committee. Order of Canada.
1915
E.P.
Taylor
Ashbury College
Business tycoon and breeder of thoroughbred race horses.
1919
Harold
Ballard
Upper Canada College
Owner of the Toronto Maple Leafs, Hamilton Tiger-Cats, and Maple Leaf Gardens. Hockey Hall of Fame inductee.
1921
Frank C.
Buckley
St. Michael's College School
Former president and spokesperson of Buckley's cough syrup
1944
Henry (Hal)
Jackman
Pickering College
His Honour Henry Jackman is a well-known figure in Canadian business and entrepreneurial circles. Additionally, "Hal" Jackman, as he is more widely known, was the 25th Lieutenant Governor of Ontario.
1945
Edgar
Bronfman, Sr.
Trinity College School
Businessman and noted philanthropist. Awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom from U.S. President Bill Clinton, and the Legion of Honour from the Government of France.
1947
James
Fleck
University of Toronto Schools
Chairman and CEO of Fleck Manufacturing Inc. Chairman of ATI Technologies Inc. Harvard Business School professor. Noted philanthropist and activist. Officer of the Order of Canada.
1949
Hal
Jackman
Upper Canada College
Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, philanthropist, and financier. Chancellor of the University of Toronto, chairman of National Trust Company and The Empire Life Insurance Company. Member of the Order of Canada.
1950
Ted
Rogers
Upper Canada College
Visionary entrepreneur and Canada's ninth wealthiest man. Founder and Chairman of Rogers Communications.
1951
Peter
Godsoe
University of Toronto Schools
President, Chairman and CEO of the Bank of Nova Scotia. Chancellor of the University of Western Ontario.
1956
Alexander Charles
Baillie
University of Toronto Schools
CEO of TD Bank Financial Group. 12th Chancellor of Queen's University.
1957
Galen
Weston
Upper Canada College
Chairman of George Weston Limited and Canada's second wealthiest man. Grandson of George Weston and father of Galen Weston Jr., also UCC graduates
1958
Doug
Bassett
Upper Canada College
Founder of CFTO-TV. President of the CTV Television Network. Member of the Canadian Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame.
1958
Anthony S.
Fell
St. Andrew's College
Chairman of RBC Capital Markets. CEO of RBC Dominion Securities Limited. Officer of the Order of Canada
1958
Conrad
Black
Upper Canada College
Notorious newspaper magnate and accomplished historian. At one point controlled the third-largest media empire in the word as Chairman and controlling shareholder of Hollinger International. (Did not graduate).
1959
David R.
Beatty
Upper Canada College
Noted international businessman and diplomat with extensive board experience, serving on 29 boards (and Chairing 5). Honorary Consul General for Papua New Guinea. University of Toronto professor
1961
John
Thomson
Upper Canada College
Chairman of Toronto-Dominion Bank Financial Corporation. Vice Chairman of IBM. 20th Chancellor of The University of Western Ontario.
1961
Robert
Deluce
St. Michael's College School
President and CEO of Porter Airlines
1968
Rob
McEwen
St. Andrew's College
Chairman and CEO of McEwen Mining Inc. Chairman of Lexam VG Gold Inc. Founder, Chairman and CEO of Goldcorp Inc.
1968
Sergio
Marchionne
St. Michael's College School
Chairman and CEO of Chrysler Group LLC. Corporate turnaround artist. Credited with saving Fiat (automotive group).
1970
Tom
Wright
Upper Canada College
Commissioner of the Canadian Football League (CFL). President of Adidas Canada. Director of Operations for UFC Canada
1971
Gordon
Cheesbrough
Upper Canada College
Prominent Canadian investment banker. Chairman and CEO of Scotia Capital Markets. Co-founder of Blair Franklin Capital Partners
1971
Harry
Stinson
University of Toronto Schools
Prominent real estate developer and president of Stinson Properties Inc. Has been called Toronto's "condo king".
1971
Paul
Desmarais, Jr.
Lakefield College School
Chairman and co-CEO of Power Corporation of Canada. Officer of the Order of Canada. Officer of the National Order of Quebec.
1972
Robert
Young
Hillfield Strathallan College
Robert "Bob" Young is the founder of open source software company, Red Hat Inc., and the owner of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Canadian Football League.
1972
Michael
MacMillan
Upper Canada College
Founder and executive chairman of Alliance Atlantis Communications. Academy Award winner. Member of the Order of Canada.
1974
David
Thomson
Upper Canada College
Chairman of Thomson Reuters. Canada's wealthiest man, and sixth wealthiest in the world. Son of Kenneth Thomson, also a UCC graduate
1975
Greg P.
Meredith
Upper Canada College
Chairman and CEO of HSBC Bank USA. Professional NHL hockey player (Calgary Flames)
1976
Jeff
Dennis
Upper Canada College
Noted serial entrepreneur, best-selling author ("Lessons from the Edge"), public speaker, and public company director.
1976
Eugene
Melnyk
St. Michael's College School
Founder, chairman, and CEO of Biovail Corporation. Sole-owner and chairman of the Ottawa Senators hockey team.
1977
Steven
Paikin
Hillfield Strathallan College
Mr. Paikin is a Canadian journalist, author, and documentary producer and current host of TVO's "The Agenda with Steve Paikin".
1978
Blake
Hutcheson
Upper Canada College
Canadian real estate icon: has been called the Warren Buffet of Canadian real estate. President and CEO of Oxford Properties Group.
1980
Michael
Evans
Upper Canada College
Chairman of Goldman Sachs Asia. Gold medal-winning Olympic rower (Los Angeles 1984).
1984
Mark
Cohon
Upper Canada College
Commissioner of the Canadian Football League (CFL). Director of corporate and game development for MLB. VP of business development for the NBA. Chair of the Ontario Science Centre.
1985
Emilio
Azcárraga Jean
Lakefield College School
Chairman and CEO of Televisa, the largest Latin-American media company in the world.
1986
Brad
Schlegel
Rockway Mennonite Collegiate
Professional Hockey Player and Business Leader
1986
Reeza
Satchu
Royal St. George's College
Financier
1987
Lew
Cirne
Trinity College School
Silicon Valley-based entrepreneur and tech pioneer. Founder and CEO of Wily Technology and, later, New Relic. Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year 2013 Finalist (California).
1988
Theo
Caldwell
Upper Canada College
President of Caldwell Asset Management. TV and radio commentator and host. Author, journalist.
1991
Galen
Weston, Jr.
Upper Canada College
Executive Chairman and President of Loblaws Companies Limited
1992
Anthony
Di Iorio
St. Michael's College School
Billionaire Canadian entrepreneur, co-founder of Ethereum, early investor in Bitcoin, founder and CEO of the blockchain company Decentral, first chief digital officer of the Toronto Stock Exchange
1994
Moez
Kassam
Bayview Glen
With over a decade of experience as a successful entrepreneur, fund manager, philanthropist and board member, Moez brings a wealth of experience and creative energy to all that he does.
1999
Tom
Szaky
Upper Canada College
Co-founder of TerraCycle, an innovative recycling company
2001
Ben
Gulak
Fern Hill School - Oakville
Inventor of the Uno motorized unicycle 2006 Inventor of DTV Shredder portable all-terrain vehicle 2010 Founder and Chairman of BPG Motors 2008-present
2003
Caroline
Cameron
The Bishop Strachan School
Television Sportscaster for Sportsnet
2008
Vitalik
Buterin
The Abelard School
Vitalik Buterin is a programmer, writer, founder of Ethereum and co-founder of Bitcoin Magazine. In 2014, he won the World Technology Award for the co-creation and invention of Ethereum.
2013

Alum School & Accomplishment Year
Prescott F.
Cogswell
Albert College
Born in Thamesford, Ontario on October 23, 1859, Prescott moved to El Monte, California in 1882. Here he would distinguish himself in public service, business and industry.
1882
George
Connell
Upper Canada College
President of the University of Toronto, President of the University of Western Ontario. Officer of the Order of Canada.
1947
John Robert
Evans
University of Toronto Schools
9th President of the University of Toronto. Helped create the MaRS Discovery District in Toronto. Member of the Order of Canada. Rhodes Scholar.
1947
Thomas
Symons
Upper Canada College
Founding president and chancellor of Trent University. Chairman of the Ontario Human Rights Commission. Companion of the Order of Canada. Order of Ontario. Governor General's Award for Canadian Studies
1947
Dr. Ronald
Sider
Niagara Christian Collegiate
Dr. Sider is the Distinguished Professor of Theology, Holistic Ministry and Public Policy at Palmer Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. A theologian, social activist, and founder of Evangelicals for Social Action.
1953
Terry
Grier
Upper Canada College
President of Ryerson University. Transformed Ryerson from a college to a university. NDP Member of Parliament
1954
Peter
George
University of Toronto Schools
6th President and Vice-Chancellor of McMaster University. Member of the Order of Canada. Order of Ontario.
1959
Robert Joseph
Birgeneau
St. Michael's College School
Ninth Chancellor of the University of California, Berkeley. Fourteenth President of the University of Toronto.
1960
Joseph
Pivato
St. Michael's College School
Doctor of Philosophy, professor, Emeritus of Literary Studies Athabasca University
1966
Robert
Prichard
Upper Canada College
President of the University of Toronto, President and CEO of Torstar, Chairman of Bank of Montreal. Officer of the Order of Canada and Member of the Order of Ontario.
1967
George
Rutherford
Royal St. George's College
Holy Trinity School (Richmond Hill)
1971

Alum School & Accomplishment Year
Andrew
Hutchison
Upper Canada College
Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada (Archbishop)
1956
Phillip
Poole
Royal St. George's College
Anglican Diocese of Toronto and President emeritus of the Compass Rose Society
1970
Peter
Dalglish
Upper Canada College
Founder of Street Kids International and recipient of the Outstanding Young Persons of the World award
1976
Rocco
Rossi
Upper Canada College
President and CEO of Prostate Cancer Canada. CEO of the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario. National Director of the Liberal Party of Canada. Princeton graduate
1981
Dr. Jean
Chamberlain-Froese
Peoples Christian Academy (PCA)
Founding director of Save the Mothers and founder and director of McMaster University’s International Women’s Health Program. Member of the Order of Canada.
1984
Samantha
Nutt
TFS - Canada's International School
Founder & Executive Director of War Child Canada and bestselling author. Recipient of the Order of Ontario (2010) and Order of Canada (2011). M.D., McMaster University.
1987
Samantha
Nutt
TFS - Canada's International School (West Campus)
Founder & Executive Director of War Child Canada and bestselling author. Recipient of the Order of Ontario (2010) and Order of Canada (2011). M.D., McMaster University.
1987
Neil
Hetherington
Royal St. George's College
CEO of Daily Bread Food Bank
1991
Rachel
Parent
Aurora Preparatory Academy
Rachel is an activist who has become the face for the GMO labelling debate in Canada.
2013

Alum School & Accomplishment Year
Lewis
Wallbridge
Upper Canada College
Chief Justice of Manitoba.
1834
John Robert
Cartwright
Upper Canada College
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada
1912
John Marshall
Harlan II
Appleby College
Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court.
1916
John Josiah
Robinette
University of Toronto Schools
Considering one of Canada's very best litigators. Companion of the Order of Canada. Chancellor of Trent University.
1924
John Black
Aird
Upper Canada College
Founder of Aird & Berlis LLP and 23rd Lieutenant Governor of Ontario
1941
Roy
McMurtry
St. Andrew's College
Judge
1950
Ian
Binnie
Trinity College School
Puisne Justice (Associate Justice) of the Supreme Court of Canada
1957
Bruce
Patterson
Royal St. George's College
Deputy Chief Herald of Canada
1986
Jameel
Jaffer
Upper Canada College
Deputy legal director of the American Civil Liberties Union. Litigated Freedom of Information Act request on U.S. torture of prisoners. Served as law clerk to the Supreme Court of Canada.
1990

Alum School & Accomplishment Year
William
Osler
Trinity College School
Physician and one of four founding professors of John Hopkins Hospital, (John Hopkins University School of Medicine).
1867
James Fraser
Mustard
University of Toronto Schools
Medical pioneer. Founder of the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research. Companion of the Order of Canada. Order of Ontario. Inducted into the Canadian Medical Hall of Fame.
1945
Chris
Giannou
University of Toronto Schools
War surgeon: Chief Surgeon for the International Committee of the Red Cross. Member of the Order of Canada.
1967
Irving
Bell
Ridley College
Founder of the Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics[10]
1971
Rob
Beanlands
Royal St. George's College
Cardiologist
1977
Vivek
Rao
Upper Canada College
Youngest faculty member ever to join UofT's cardiac surgery division. Second youngest Chair of cardiac surgery ever in Toronto's University Health Network. Made Canada's Top 40 under 40.
1986
Gabriel
Leung
Crescent School
World leading epidemiologist, Dean of La Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine at University of Hong Kong; Helen & Francis Zimmern Professor in population health & Chair Professor of Public Health Medicine.
1990

Alum School & Accomplishment Year
Alexander Roberts
Dunn
Upper Canada College
First Canadian to receive the Victoria Cross, the highest honour recognizing gallantry in the face of the enemy awarded in the British Commonwealth
1844
Sir Charles
Kingsmill
Upper Canada College
Admiral. Considered the father of the Royal Canadian Navy.
1873
William
Bridges
Trinity College School
Major General for the Australian Army. Key to the establishment of Austrailia's Royal Military College. Served as Chief of General Staff. Killed in action in WWI.
1879
Charles S.L.
Hertzberg
St. Andrew's College
Major General, Chief Engineer of the First Canadian Army, and commander of the Canadian Engineering Corps during the Second World War. Prominent structural engineer with many works
1901
Harry
Crerar
Upper Canada College
Military General, and Canada's leading field commander during World War II
1904
H.F.H.
Hertzberg
St. Andrew's College
Major General and Commandant of Royal Military College (RMC) during the Second World War. Quartermaster General and Adjutant General. Companion of the Order of Bath.
1904
Sir Arthur Edward
Grasett
Upper Canada College
Canadian born Lieutenant-General in the British Army. Field Commander during WWII. Military Cross; Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire; Companion of the Order of the Bath.
1906
Donald
Agnew
University of Toronto Schools
Brigadier-General and Commandant of Royal Military College (RMC)
1915
Guy
Simonds
Ashbury College
Lieutenant General. Commanded the II Canadian Corps during World War II. Appointed Chief of the General Staff.
1921
Bruce
Matthews
Upper Canada College
Commander of the 2nd Canadian Infantry Division during the Second World War. Major General. President of Argus Corporation. President of the LIberal Party of Canada.
1927
Ben
Dunkelman
Upper Canada College
Israeli war hero and commander of the 7th Brigade, one of Israel's most celebrated armored brigades. Also known as Benjamin Ben-David.
1931

Alum School & Accomplishment Year
James
Cockburn
Upper Canada College
Father of Confederation and first Speaker of the Canadian House of Commons
1833
Edward
Blake
Upper Canada College
2nd Premier of Ontario. Leader of the Liberal Party of Canada. Founder of Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP (law firm).
1851
Oliver Aiken
Howland
Upper Canada College
31st Mayor of Toronto. Member of the Order of St. Michael and St. George.
1865
John Strathearn
Hendrie
Upper Canada College
11th Lieutenant Governor of Ontario.
1875
William Johnston
Tupper
Upper Canada College
12th Lieutenant Governor of Manitoba.
1880
Emily
Murphy
The Bishop Strachan School
Famous Canadian women's rights activist: member of "The Famous Five". The first female judge in the British Empire.
1886
George Stewart
Henry
Upper Canada College
10th Premier of Ontario
1889
John Alexander Douglas
McCurdy
St. Andrew's College
20th Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia and Canadian aviation pioneer.
1904
Vincent
Massey
St. Andrew's College
18th Governor General of Canada
1905
Humphrey Hume
Wrong
Upper Canada College
Canadian ambassador to the United States. Key architect of the North Atlantic Treaty, (later giving rise to NATO). Professor of history at University of Toronto.
1912
Alan
Macnaughton
Upper Canada College
Speaker the Canadian House of Commons. Canadian Senator
1921
Allan
Lamport
Upper Canada College
Mayor of Toronto, member of the Order of Canada
1923
Walter L.
Gordon
Upper Canada College
Canada's Minister of Finance. President of the Privy Council. Chancellor of York University. Companion of the Order of Canada. Commander of the Order of the British Empire.
1924
Herbert
Norman
Albert College
Born on September 1, 1909 in Karuizawa, Japan to Methodist missionary parents, Herbert was to become a scholar, author, foreign service officer and a career diplomat.
1929
Margaret
Campbell
The Bishop Strachan School
Liberal Member of Provincial Parliament (Ontario) for the St. George riding, (Toronto).
1930
Arnold Cantwell
Smith
Upper Canada College
Canadian diplomat and the first Commonwealth Secretary-General. Rhodes Scholar. Officer of the Order of Canada.
1933
Robert Gordon
Rogers
University of Toronto Schools
24th Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia
1937
Daniel
Lang
Upper Canada College
Canadian Liberal Senator
1938
Jean
Pigott
Albert College
Born on June 3, 1924, Jean is a woman whose career has spanned business, government, education and politics.
1943
John
Turner
Ashbury College
Prime Minister of Canada. Rhodes Scholar.
1946
John
Crosbie
St. Andrew's College
12th Lieutenant Governor of Newfoundland and Labrador. Federal Minister of: Fisheries and Oceans, International Trade, Transport, Justice, and Finance.
1949
Walter D.
Baker
Albert College
Born in Ottawa, Ontario in 1930, Walter was a Canadian parliamentarian and a lawyer. He was first elected to the Canadian House of Commons in 1972 and was re-elected three times.
1950
Frank
Moores
St. Andrew's College
The second Premier of Newfoundland
1951
Darcy
McKeough
Ridley College
Darcy is the former CEO of Union Gas and former Treasurer of the Province of Ontario. He has also been appointed an Officer of the Order of Canada.
1951
Norman
Atkins
Appleby College
Canadian Senator.
1953
Michael
Cassidy
Upper Canada College
Leader of the Ontario New Democratic Party. Federal Member of Parliament
1954
Michael
Wilson
Upper Canada College
Federal Minister of Finance and Canadian Ambassador to the US. Co-architect of NAFTA. Chairman of Barclays Capital Canada. Order of Canada recipient. Chancellor of UofT.
1955
Bill
Graham
Upper Canada College
Leader of the Opposition and Interim Liberal Party of Canada Leader. Foreign Affairs Minister, National Defense Minister
1957
Daniel
Hays
Appleby College
Canadian Senator. Speaker of the Canadian Senate. Liberal Leader in the Senate. Leader of the Opposition in the Senate.
1958
Edward
Roberts
St. Andrew's College
11th Lieutenant Governor of Newfoundland and Labrador
1958
Norm
Kelly
Upper Canada College
Federal Member of Parliament and Toronto's Deputy Mayor (and unofficial acting mayor). Governor General's Award winner for historical writing. Also taught history at Upper Canada College
1959
Alan
Tonks
Upper Canada College
Mayor of Toronto and Liberal MP
1959
Nancy
Ruth
Branksome Hall
Canadian Senator
1960
John
Godfrey
Upper Canada College
Federal Minister of State for infrastructure and communities. Editor of the Financial Post. Oxford graduate
1961
John William
Bosley
Upper Canada College
Speaker of the Canadian House of Commons
1964
Gord
Hunter
Lakefield College School
Ottawa City councillor representing Knoxdale-Merivale Ward
1964
Carl
Zehr
Rockway Mennonite Collegiate
Former Mayor of City of Kitchener
1964
Michael
Colle
St. Michael's College School
Toronto City Councillor; former Minister of Citizenship and Immigration
1964
Michael
Ignatieff
Upper Canada College
Leader of the Liberal Party of Canada and Her Majesty's Loyal Opposition. Noted Harvard historian and journalist. Gemini Award winner. Lionel Gelber Prize winner. Shortlisted for Booker Prize.
1965
Stockwell
Day
Ashbury College
Leader of the Canadian Alliance Party. Federal Minster for: Public Safety; International Trade. President of the Treasury Board
1968
John
Tory
University of Toronto Schools
Mayor of Toronto. Leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario. Radio talkshow host on CFRB. President and CEO of Rogers Media.
1972
Alexy
Boggian
Royal St. George's College
Swiss politician and environmentalist
1974
Paula
Cox
Havergal College
Premier of Bermuda from 2010 to 2012.
1976
David
Miller
Lakefield College School
Mayor of Toronto
1976
Matthew
Cartwright
Upper Canada College
Current US Democratic Congressman. Assigned to Committee on Natural Resources and Committee on Oversight and Government Reform
1979
Jim
Harris
Lakefield College School
Leader of the Green Party of Canada
1979
Michael
Tibollo
St. Michael's College School
A politician, currently serving as Associate Minister of Mental Health and Addictions.
1979
Linda
Frum
Havergal College
The Honourable Linda Frum is the first Havergal graduate to be appointed to the Senate of Canada. She is also a distinguished Canadian journalist, author and philanthropist.
1981
Andrew
Saxton
Upper Canada College
Conservative Member of the Canadian Parliament for North Vancouver
1982
Shafiq
Qaadri
Upper Canada College
Ontario Member of Provincial Parliament for Etobicoke North. Medical doctor and popular writer on Andropause.
1983
Ian
Brodie
University of Toronto Schools
Chief of Staff in Stephen Harper's Prime Minister's Office
1985
Felipe
VI
Lakefield College School
The King of Spain. Succeeded to the throne on 19 June 2014.
1986
Chris
Alexander
University of Toronto Schools
Ambassador to Afghanistan. Federal Minister of Citizenship and Immigration. Officer of the Order of Canada.
1986
Evan
Solomon
Crescent School
Canadian columnist, political journalist and radio host. He is the current host of CTV's national political news program, Question Period.
1987
Jaggi
Singh
St. Michael's College School
A Canadian anti-globalization and social justice activist.
1990
Andrew
Bennett
Royal St. George's College
Ambassador for Religious Freedom
1991
Catherine
Clark
Elmwood School
Host of CPAC's Sunday Sound Off and Beyond Politics
1995
Patrick
Brown
St. Michael's College School
Mayor of Brampton; former MPP; former Ontario Leader of the Official Opposition (PCC)
1997
Stephen
Lecce
St. Michael's College School
King—Vaughan MPP, Ontario Minister of Education
2004

Alum School & Accomplishment Year
Alexandrine
Gibb
Havergal College
Professional female basketball player, manager of the Canadian Women’s Olympic team in 1928, sports reporter and assistant sports editor for the Toronto Daily Star.
1908
Red
Kelly
St. Michael's College School
Winner of eight Stanley Cups (NHL hockey). Federal Liberal Member of Parliament.
1945
Fr. Les
Costello
St. Michael's College School
Fr. Costello was a Canadian ice hockey player and Catholic priest. Fr. Costello and colleague Brian McKee founded the Flying Fathers, a group of Catholic priests who played exhibition hockey.
1946
Joe
Primeau
St. Michael's College School
Primeau won the Stanley Cup in his first year as head coach of the Maple Leafs and is the only coach to lead teams to Memorial Cup, Allan Cup and Stanley Cup championships.
1948
Tim
Horton
St. Michael's College School
Horton was a defenceman, playing 24 seasons in the NHL. He played for the Toronto Maple Leafs, New York Rangers, Pittsburgh Penguins, and Buffalo Sabres. Horton was the co-founder of the Tim Hortons.
1949
Bill
Dineen
St. Michael's College School
Dineen was a Canadian professional hockey player and head coach.
1952
Murray
Costello
St. Michael's College School
Costello played four seasons in the NHL. Costello was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame, the IIHF Hall of Fame, Canada's Sports Hall of Fame, and is an Officer of the Order of Canada.
1953
Dick
Duff
St. Michael's College School
Duff won six Stanley Cups, two with Toronto and four with Montreal. Duff was inducted into Hockey Hall of Fame and into the Ontario Sports Hall of Fame.
1955
Frank
Mahovlich
St. Michael's College School
Winner of six Stanley Cups with the Toronto Maple Leafs. Hockey Hall of Fame inductee. Liberal Senator in the Canadian Senate.
1956
Brian
Conacher
Upper Canada College
All-Star NHL hockey player. Was on the 1967 Stanley Cup winning Leafs team. Olympian.
1959
Gerry
Cheevers
St. Michael's College School
Cheevers a former goaltender playing in the NHL and WHA between 1961 and 1980. Cheevers won the Stanley Cup in 1970 and 1972 with the Boston Bruins, He was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame.
1959
Dave
Keon
St. Michael's College School
Keon played in the NHL for 15 seasons. He was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame and the Ontario Sports Hall of Fame. Keon was named one of the 100 Greatest NHL Players in history.
1960
Stuart
Lang
Upper Canada College
Member of the Canadian Football League Edmonton Eskimos and winner of four Grey Cups
1970
Laurie
Graham
University of Toronto Schools
World Champion downhill skier and Member of the Order of Canada. Inducted into the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame.
1978
Leo
Rautins
St. Michael's College School
A broadcaster, former professional basketball player and the former head coach of the Canadian men's national basketball team.
1978
John
Millen
Royal St. George's College
Olympic Bronze Medalist for Sailing
1979
Andrew
Podnieks
Royal St. George's College
Hockey Historian
1980
Peter
Thomson
Royal St. George's College
Race car driver
1985
Glen
Young
St. Michael's College School
Young played linebacker for eight seasons in the CFL for the Argonauts, Montreal Alouettes, and Edmonton Eskimos, from 1998 to 2005.
1988
Elvis
Stojko
The Country Day School
Elvis Stojko is a three-time World champion (1994, 1995, 1997), two-time Olympic silver medalist (1994, 1998), and seven-time Canadian champion (1994, 1996–2000, and 2002).
1991
Sean
Black
Royal St. George's College
Olympic Boxer & Model
1993
O.J.
Santiago
St. Michael's College School
Santiago a former tight end in the NFL for the Atlanta Falcons, Dallas Cowboys, Oakland Raiders and Cleveland Browns and a member of the Montreal Alouettes in the CFL.
1993
Morgan
Williams
Albert College
Born in Kingston, Ontario in 1976, Morgan debuted in world rugby at age 23, scoring two tries for Canada in the 1999 World Cup.
1995
Barney
Williams
Upper Canada College
Silver medal winning Olympic rower (Athens 2004) and Oxford University graduate
1996
Carmen
Douma-Hussar
Woodland Christian High School
Carmen Douma-Hussar (born March 12, 1977) is a Canadian middle-distance runner. 2004 Olympics Games.
1996
Toni
Soderholm
Trinity College School
Long time European professional hockey player from Helsinki, Finland. Won a silver medal with the Finnish national team at the 2007 IIHF world championships in Moscow.
1997
Dominic
Moore
St. Michael's College School
NHL hockey player currently playing for the New York Rangers
1998
Mike
Cammalleri
The Country Day School
Mike Cammalleri is a professional ice hockey player currently playing in the NHL for the New Jersey Devils.
1999
Michael
Labinjo
St. Michael's College School
Labinjo was a Canadian professional gridiron football player who played as a defensive end. He was a member of the Calgary Stampeders, Philadelphia Eagles, Indianapolis Colts and Miami Dolphins.
1999
Jason
Spezza
St. Michael's College School
NHL hockey player for the Dallas Stars. Drafted #2 overall in the 2001 NHL Entry Draft.
2000
Gillian
Apps
Havergal College
Olympic Winter Games gold medal winner in 2006, 2010 and 2014 on the Canadian Women's Hockey Team.
2001
Katie
Tsuyuki
Rosseau Lake College
Athlete, consultant, and motivational speaker. Named to Canadian Olympic Snowboard Team in Sochi 2014 and Pyeongchang 2018.
2001
Mark
Wilkins
Royal St. George's College
Race car driver
2002
Michael
Lambert
Royal St. George's College
Olympic snowboarder
2004
Colin
Greening
Upper Canada College
Current NHL hockey player for the Ottawa Senators
2005
Alexandra
Orlando
Havergal College
Member of the 2008 Canadian Women's Olympic Rhythmic Gymnastics Team
2005
Phil
Mackenzie
Appleby College
Canadian rugby union player, and member of the national rugby team.
2005
Luke
Gazdic
St. Michael's College School
NHL hockey player for the Edmonton Oilers.
2005
Andrew
Cogliano
St. Michael's College School
NHL hockey player.
2005
Jeff
Batchelor
Appleby College
Canadian professional snowboarder and Olympian.
2006
Matthew
Halischuk
St. Michael's College School
Halischuk a former right winger. He played in the National Hockey League (NHL) with the New Jersey Devils, Nashville Predators and Winnipeg Jets.
2006
Michael
Del Zotto
St. Andrew's College
NHL hockey player
2007
Tyler
Seguin
St. Michael's College School
NHL hockey star currently playing for the Dallas Stars. Drafted #2 overall in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft.
2008
Alex
Pietrangelo
Villanova College
Alex Pietrangelo (VC'08) is an NHL hockey player and olympian winning a gold medal with the Canadian men's hockey team in Sochi in 2014.
2008
Nolan
MacMillan
St. Michael's College School
MacMillan plays offensive lineman for the Ottawa Redblacks of the Canadian Football League (CFL).
2008
Brianne
Jenner
Appleby College
A member of Canada's national women's hockey team, an Olympic gold medalist, and a member of Cornell's Big Red women's ice hockey program.
2009
Cody
Ceci
Lakefield College School
NHL hockey player for the Ottawa Senators
2010
Adriana
Leon
The Country Day School
Adriana Leon is a Canadian professional soccer player for the Chicago Red Stars in the National Women's Soccer League and member of the Canada women's national soccer team.
2010
Derek
Wiggan
St. Michael's College School
Wiggan plays as defensive lineman for the Calgary Stampeders of the Canadian Football League (CFL).
2010
Duane
Notice
St. Michael's College School
Professional basketball player for Raptors 905
2012
Nicholas
Latifi
Crescent School
F1 race driver for the Williams Racing Team .
2013
Justyn
Knight
St. Michael's College School
2017 NCAA DI Men's Cross Country National Champion (Syracuse University), distance runner with Reebok, 2020 Tokyo Olympics
2014
Kaion
Julien-Grant
St. Michael's College School
Wide receiver for the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League (CFL). Julien-Grant played college football at St. Francis Xavier.
2014
Jake
Evans
St. Michael's College School
Evan a current player for the Montreal Canadiens of the NHL. He was selected in the seventh round, 207th overall by the Canadiens in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft.
2014
Victor
Mete
The Country Day School
Victor Mete is a Canadian professional ice hockey defenceman currently playing for the Montreal Canadiens of the National Hockey League (NHL).
2016
Travis
Konecny
Blyth Academy The Glebe, Ottawa
NHL Hockey Player— Philadelphia Flyers
2016
Gabrielle
Daleman
Pickering College
Gabrielle "Gabby" Daleman, a Canadian figure skater, was the 2017 World bronze medalist and represented Canada at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi.
2016
Kota
Sakurai
Fieldstone School
Kota was the first ever Japanese soccer player to join Toronto FC II. During his time at Fieldstone, he was a dedicated athlete, scholar, and student leader.
2017
Owen
Tippett
Blyth Academy Downsview Park
Drafted 10th Overall to NHL. Plays for the Florida Panthers.
2017
Marcus
Carr
St. Michael's College School
Canadian basketball player. Carr played college basketball for the Pittsburgh Panthers and the Minnesota Golden Gophers.
2017
Danilo
Djuricic
St. Michael's College School
Canadian college basketball player for the Santa Clara Broncos of the West Coast Conference (WCC). He previously played for the Harvard Crimson.
2017
Akil
Thomas
St. Michael's College School
Thomas plays centre for the Ontario Reign in the American Hockey League and as a prospect to the Los Angeles Kings.
2017
Julian
Dunn
Blyth Academy Downsview Park
MLS soccer player. Signed with Toronto FC's First Team.
2018
Jamie
Drysdale
St. Michael's College School
Drysdale is currently a defenceman for the Anaheim Ducks of the NHL. He was selected sixth overall by the Anaheim Ducks in the 2020 NHL Entry Draft
2020
Joshua
Primo
Royal Crown School
Joshua Primo is a professional basketball player. He currently plays in the NBA, as a shooting guard for the San Antonio Spurs.
2020
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