Forward Jayna Hefford grew up playing ice hockey in Ontario and was a star player on the University of Torontoʼs squad prior to joining the Canadian national team and winning her first international gold medal at the 1997 World Championships.
Jeff Adams is a Canadian Paralympian and world champion in wheelchair racing.
One of Canada’s most decorated track and field athletes, Perdita Felicien is a two-time Olympian, two-time World Champion and 10-time National Champion in the 100-metre hurdles.
Summer McIntosh started her impressive 2022 season with a preparatory 400-metre event in March. She finished the race in a record time of 4:29:12, setting a record.
Dr. Charles Tator is an eminent scientist, neurosurgeon, professor, and administrator.
Marilyn Bodogh is a two-time World Champion curler, best known for her two World Curling Championships in 1986 and 1996 and her two Tournament of Hearts championships to go with them.
Brendan Shanahan played for five NHL teams in his 21-year NHL career including the New Jersey Devils (two stints), St. Louis Blues, Hartford Whalers, Detroit Red Wings, and New York Rangers.
Longtime NHL referee Bryan Lewis was born in Alliston, Ontario. His first NHL experience came during the 1967-68 NHL season.
Sudbury’s Joe Bowen is a Canadian sportscaster and he is affectionally known as “The Voice of the Toronto Maple Leafs”, having broadcast over 3,000 Leafs games.
Steve Ludzik had a distinguished junior career with the Ontario Hockey League’s Niagara Falls Flyers, amassing 125 goals and 233 assists, for a total of 358 points.