Tommy Burns

Tommy Burns (June 17, 1881 – May 10, 1955) After starting his boxing career under his real name, Brusso took the Scottish-sounding name of Tommy Burns in 1904. Although only 5 feet 7 inches tall and about 175 pounds, size did not stop him from becoming the world heavyweight boxing

George Bell

George Bell was discovered in the Dominican Republic by Toronto Blue Jays scout Epy Guerrero. His first season as a regular was in 1984, when he teamed with Lloyd Moseby and Jesse Barfield to form a very successful outfield for the Blue Jays. That outfield, along with some solid starting

Sarah Burke

Sarah Burke, born on September 3rd, 1982, grew up in Midland, Ontario. She was a true pioneer in freestyle skiing. In 2004, she lobbied ESPN to add a women’s division for freestyle skiing in the following Winter X Games. Her perseverance and passion led to ESPN adding a women’s division

Father David Bauer

Father David Bauer has been described as an inspirational coach, a caring educator, a master motivator and a dreamer. Bauer was devoted to the concept that education and hockey could mix. He viewed hockey as a means to develop a better person.

Jack Bionda

Jack Bionda was the first true superstar of Lacrosse in Canada and many observers consider him to be the finest player that sport has ever produced. Bionda's accomplishments, which have included several Mann Cup victories and multiple Most Valuable Player awards are made all the more impressive when you consider

Paul Beeston

Paul Beeston was one of the first people through the door when the Toronto Blue Jays came into existence back in 1976. He is truly a pillar within the baseball team’s front office and brain trust.

Brian Budd

Born in Toronto and raised in Vancouver, ultra-competitive Brian Budd enjoyed widespread fame after winning three successive World Superstars championships (1977-79) in a U.S.-based, made-for-TV competition.