University of Toronto Schools logo
University of Toronto Schools:
The Our Kids Report > Notable Alumni
Grades Gr. 7 TO Gr. 12 — Toronto, ON (Map)

University of Toronto Schools:

University of Toronto Schools 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
Donald Agnew 1915 Brigadier-General and Commandant of Royal Military College (RMC)
Chris Alexander 1986 Ambassador to Afghanistan. Federal Minister of Citizenship and Immigration. Officer of the Order of Canada.
Alexander Charles Baillie 1957 CEO of TD Bank Financial Group. 12th Chancellor of Queen's University.
Ian Brodie 1985 Chief of Staff in Stephen Harper's Prime Minister's Office
Jim Chamberlin 1933 Aerodynamicist and key player in the design of the Avro Arrow
Sujit Choudhry 1988 Dean of the UC Berkeley School of Law. Rhodes Scholar.
John Robert Evans 1947 9th President of the University of Toronto. Helped create the MaRS Discovery District in Toronto. Member of the Order of Canada. Rhodes Scholar.
James Fleck 1949 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.
David Frum 1978 Journalist, political commentator, and speechwriter for George W. Bush.
John Tory 1972 Mayor of Toronto. Leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario. Radio talkshow host on CFRB. President and CEO of Rogers Media.
Harry Stinson 1971 Prominent real estate developer and president of Stinson Properties Inc. Has been called Toronto's "condo king".
Peter Godsoe 1956 President, Chairman and CEO of the Bank of Nova Scotia. Chancellor of the University of Western Ontario.
Lawrence Hill 1975 Award-winning novelist and writer of "The Book of Negroes"
Laurie Graham 1978 World Champion downhill skier and Member of the Order of Canada. Inducted into the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame.
Chris Giannou 1967 War surgeon: Chief Surgeon for the International Committee of the Red Cross. Member of the Order of Canada.
Peter George 1959 6th President and Vice-Chancellor of McMaster University. Member of the Order of Canada. Order of Ontario.
James Fraser Mustard 1945 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.
John Polanyi 1947 Won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his research in chemical kinetics
John Josiah Robinette 1924 Considering one of Canada's very best litigators. Companion of the Order of Canada. Chancellor of Trent University.
Robert Gordon Rogers 1937 24th Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia
Jeffrey Simpson 1967 Governor General's Award-winning journalist, commentator, and author. National affairs columnist for The Globe and Mail.
Michael Spence 1961 Won the Nobel Prize in Economics for his work on information flows and market development

What University of Toronto Schools says about their alumni network:

  • Branching Out is a mentoring program that brings together senior UTS students with a diverse selection of young, established alumni in one-on-one mentoring partnerships. The program supports students’ development as engaged, socially responsible leaders in their fields of interest by facilitating the exploration of career/university goals, personal passions and pursuits. For alumni, Branching Out strengthens their connection to the school community by encouraging them to share their knowledge and experience with a new generation of UTS students.

THE OUR KIDS REPORT: University of Toronto Schools

Next steps to continue your research:

 Add to shortlist

By logging in or creating an account, you agree to Our Kids' Terms and Conditions. Information presented on this page may be paid advertising provided by the advertisers [schools/camps/programs] and is not warranted or guaranteed by or its associated websites. By using this website, creating or logging into an Our Kids account, you agree to Our Kids' Terms and Conditions. Please also see our Privacy Policy. Our Kids ™ © 2023 All right reserved.