Gaylord Powless

Gaylord Powless was a box lacrosse player who transcended the sport to become one of Canada’s most famous athletes. He lived most of his life in Six Nations of the Grand River, near Brantford, Ontario.

Sandra Post

Sandra Post, CM (born June 4, 1948) the first Canadian to play on the LPGA Tour. Born in Oakville, Ontario, she turned professional in 1968 after a very successful amateur career that included winning the Ontario and Canadian Junior Girl’s Championship three times.

Steve Podborski

Podborski grew up in the Toronto suburb of Don Mills on Foxden Road near Global TV, made the Craigleith Ski Club near Collingwood famous by training there and went on to become arguably Canada's finest male downhill skier.

Harvey Pulford

Harvey Pulford was a man for all seasons in Ottawa. They called him the Bytown Slugger, although he never gained fame in Ottawa on baseball or softball fields. Nonetheless, he was a world-class athlete before and after the turn of the 20th century and would have gained more stature in

Denis Potvin

Helping set the tone as the leader of the blueline for the New York Islanders dynasty of the late 1970s and early 1980s era, Denis Potvin was a true commander on the ice. Potvin surpassed all expectations and became the first NHL defenseman to score 1,000 career points. He was

Joe Primeau

Gentleman Joe Primeau was a playmaking wizard. He centered the 1930s famed “Kid Line” between Busher Jackson and Charlie Conacher. But Primeau got a late start as a hockey player.

Brad Park

While growing up in Scarborough, Ontario, future hockey star Brad Park often skated with and against older kids. He developed into a strong player and was part of the Scarborough Lions team that won the first Quebec Peewee Tournament in 1960.