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Trinity College School NOTABLE ALUMNI

Many private schools in Canada have numerous graduates who have gone on to great things. Learn about a school’s most influential, important, successful, and famous alumni.

List of Alumni

Alumnus Grad Year Accomplishment
Ian Binnie 1957 Puisne Justice (Associate Justice) of the Supreme Court of Canada
William Bridges 1879 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.
Edgar Bronfman, Sr. 1947 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.
Peter Jennings 1956 Journalist and news anchor, dominating American evening news through ABC's "World News Tonight"
Archibald Lampman 1879 The Canadian Encyclopedia says he is "generally considered the finest of Canada's late 19th-century poets in English."
Yann Martel 1981 Man Booker Prize-winning author. Best known for "The Life of Pi", the #1 international bestseller made into a Hollywood movie.
Mark McKinney 1977 Comedian and actor, best known for "The Kids in the Hall". Starred in Saturday Night Live.
Lew Cirne 1988 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).
Peter Raymont 1968 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.
Ian Brown 1972 Award-winning Canadian journalist and author.
William Osler 1867 Physician and one of four founding professors of John Hopkins Hospital, (John Hopkins University School of Medicine).
Charles Taylor 1949 Award-winning and internationally-studied analytic philosopher. Domestically, Taylor was influential in debates around Quebec nationalism.
Ben Chapdelaine 1997 Quarterback for the McMaster University Marauders. Recipient of the Hec Creighton Trophy awarded to the most outstanding Canadian football player in Canadian University Sport.
Sebastian Goulet 1989 Canadian national swim team member and former captain of the Syracuse University varsity swim team.
Sydney Kidd 2010 Member of the Western University women's varsity hockey team which won the CIS national championship in 2015. Currently rostered with the New York Riveters of the NWHL.
Kyle Nichols 1994 Canadian national rugby team member from 1996-2002. Played in 27 international matches scoring a total of 10 tries.
Toni Soderholm 1997 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.
Samantha Widmer 2004 An eight time Cayman Islands national golf champion, she also won a coveted America’s trophy at the Junior British Open (2001).

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