Order of Canada

Improving Health Care, the Arts, and Access to Public Records Earns Order of Canada Honours

Former Chief Librarian and Archivist of Canada Ian Wilson, Arts’67, MA’74, LLD’09, and well-known Queen’s benefactors Britton Smith, LLD’09, and Aubrey Dan are among the 83 recipients.

Five Alumni Named to the Order of Canada

Brent Belzberg, Lyse Doucet, Ross D. Feldman, Gordon Gray, and Gregory Zeschuk will receive one of the country’s highest honours.

A National Honour

Three Queen’s faculty members, two of whom are alumni, are now invested as Officers of the Order of Canada.

Nine Alumni Among Order of Canada Appointments

Former Supreme Court of Canada Justice Thomas Cromwell, Mus'73, LLB'76, among the appointees. 

Thirteen Alumni – Including Members of The Tragically Hip – Named to Order of Canada

Order of Canada appointments “are proof that Queen’s produces some of the nation’s top innovators and leaders.” 

Three Alumni Named to Order of Canada

Michael Ondaatje, MA’67, Michael Adams, Arts’69, and William “Mac” Evans, Sc’64, LLD’14, are among 100 people to be appointed to one of our country’s highest civilian honours.

Six Alumni And One Professor Named To The Order Of Canada

Toronto International Film Festival CEO and ex-Ontario Minister of Citizenship, Culture and Recreation among alumni honoured.

‘Queen’s Is My Community, My Family, My Life,’ Says Padre Laverty Award Recipient

Professor Emeritus John Meisel to be honoured by Kingston Branch of the QUAA on May 26.

Former Globe And Mail Columnist "Humbled" To Receive Agnes Benidickson Award

Hugh Winsor, Arts’64, will receive the Agnes Benidickson Award, the highest honour bestowed by the Ottawa Branch, on April 26.

Former Globe and Mail columnist to be honoured by Ottawa Branch

Hugh Winsor, Arts’64, is this year's recipient of the Agnes Benidickson Award, the highest tribute given by the Ottawa Branch.

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