Dave Stieb

Born in Santa Ana, California, Dave Andrew Stieb played for the Toronto Blue Jays from 1979 to 1992 and again in 1998. On September 2, 1990, he pitched the first (and, to date, only) no-hitter in Blue Jays history, defeating the Cleveland Indians 3-0. Previously, Stieb had no-hitters broken up

Marlene Stewart-Streit

Marlene Stewart Streit, (born March 9, 1934) is a golfer and member of the World Golf Hall of Fame. She was born in Cereal, Alberta. She learned golf from Gordon McInnis Sr. at the Lookout Point Golf Club in Fonthill, Ontario.

Barbara Ann Scott

Barbara Ann Scott, OC, O.Ont (born May 9, 1928 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada) is a Canadian retired figure skater. She is the 1948 Olympic Champion.

Dick Shatto

Dick Shatto (1933, Springfield, Ohio – February 4, 2003, New Port Richey, Florida) was a professional Canadian football player for the Canadian Football League Toronto Argonauts.

Conn Smythe

Constantine Falkland Cary Smythe MC (February 1, 1895 – November 18, 1980) was a Canadian builder in the National Hockey League. He is best known as the principal owner of the Toronto Maple Leafs from 1927 to 1961 and as the builder of Maple Leaf Gardens. As owner of the

Red Storey

Roy Alvin "Red" Storey, CM (March 5, 1918 – March 15, 2006) was a Canadian football player and National Hockey League referee. Born in Barrie, Ontario, Storey was working in a rail yard when he received an offer to play football with the Toronto Argonauts. He was on the team

Carling Bassett-Seguso

At age 11, Carling moved to Florida to train at the fabled Nick Bollettieri Tennis Academy and from there, she began her ascent to fame. She captured the under-18 crown in the Orange Bowl junior event in Miami at age 15 in 1981 and turned pro a few months later.

Darryl Sittler

The best Toronto Maple Leafs’ player ever? The player who best epitomizes the franchise? Until someone like Mats Sundin finishes his career, many would have to say classy Darryl Sittler, the flashy London Knights’ junior star, who compiled 916 career points with the Leafs, most of any player in team

George Selkirk

George Alexander Selkirk (January 4, 1908 – January 19, 1987) was a Canadian outfielder and front office executive in Major League Baseball. In 1935, Selkirk succeeded the legendary Babe Ruth as the right fielder of the New York Yankees.

Elvis Stojko

Born March 22, 1972 in Newmarket, Ontario, Elvis is known as one of figure skating’s true innovators. Starting out at the age of 5 he was the Canadian National Junior Champion at 16. Mr. Stojko became the first person to land a quadruple-double jump combination at the 1991 World Championships.