George Knudson

George Alfred Christian Knudson, CM (June 28, 1937 – January 24, 1989) was a Canadian professional golfer, who along with Mike Weir holds the record for the Canadian with the most wins on the PGA Tour, with eight career victories.

Joe Krol

Joe "King" Krol (February 20, 1919 – December 16, 2008) was a Canadian Football League quarterback, running back, defensive back, and placekicker/punter from 1942 to 1953 and 1955.

Ted “Teeder” Kennedy

Theodore Samuel "Teeder" Kennedy (December 12, 1925 – August 14, 2009) was a professional ice hockey centre who played his entire career with the Toronto Maple Leafs from 1942 to 1957 and was captain of the team for eight seasons.

Leonard “Red” Kelly

Leonard Patrick "Red" Kelly, CM (born 9 July 1927 in Port Dover, Ontario), is a retired Canadian hockey player in the NHL. He played on more Stanley Cup winning teams (eight) than any player who never played for the Montreal Canadiens.

Kathy Kreiner

Kathy Kreiner stood at the mountain top of the ski hill and as she was about to make her way out of the starting gate, she said to herself, "They don't know it but I am going to win." And wouldn't you know it, Kreiner did win this giant slalom

Werenich, Savage, Kawaja, Harrison Rink

Skipped by Ed Werenich, this curling team dominated in all levels of curling winning provincial and national titles and capping off their team record with World Championships in 1983 and 1990.

Dave Keon

Dave Keon was born on March 22, 1940 in Noranda, Quebec. A clever skater and stick handler, Keon left St. Michael's College to play professional hockey and joined the Toronto Maple Leafs for the 1960-61 season, scoring 20 goals to win the Calder Cup as the NHL's rookie of the

Sharif Khan

Sharif was born in Pakistan, and is the son of the legendary squash player Hashim Khan. Sharif settled in Canada in 1968, and came to dominate the professional hardball squash circuit for well over a decade.

Brian Kilrea

Brian Kilrea hockey career, is most notable for his 35 year association with the Ottawa 67’s of the Ontario Hockey League. Kilrea nicknamed “Killer” has made an impact throughout his career as a player, general manager and coach.