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Chris Hadfield will become an officer of the Order of Canada, according to an official announcement from Rideau Hall.

The Canadian astronaut says he s thrilled, and in an interview with the Citizen explained how he hasn t slowed down since he left orbit just over one year ago.

I m so delighted about the Order of Canada. That is such a privilege to be recognized that way, he said of honour, which is also being bestowed on comedian Rick Mercer, among other notable Canadians.

I had a nice conversation with the Governor General about it, and I ve known him for many years, and so it s just such an honourable thing to happen, and so important for family and friends and such. I m just thrilled.

It s delightful, and I m really looking forward to the investiture ceremony itself.

There s lot of stuff going on, said Hadfield, who was in Ottawa for Canada Day.

That s an understatement.

He has written and performed a new song.

Called A Canada Song, it was released on YouTube on July 1 (of course). He had kept it secret until then.

It s a gift from the Hadfields to you.

Brother Dave Hadfield wrote it and the family performed and produced it. I think people will find it really delightful, said Chris Hadfield.

It s a little self-mocking, self-congratulatory, tongue-in-cheek but quite nice tribute from the Hadfield family to the people of Canada.

He s working with a very old airplane, and flying in a slightly more modern one:

His father, Roger, built a machine that creates high compression in the engine of a vintage aircraft that can no longer start on its own.

A Royal Flying Corps officer named Hucks figured out long ago that he could drive an elderly Ford up to the aircraft and use the car s power to crank it and allow it to start. That became the Hucks starter.

Those were used for years, and because there are some of those airplanes around the Ottawa area, my Dad thought it would be fun to build one from scratch, his son said. And Chris Hadfield will show people how it works, using a Hawker Hind biplane from the 1930s.

Mike Potter helped finance it.

It s donated and on display permanently at the Aviation and Space Museum, and just as a fun thing to do on Canada Day I ll be there with my brother, Dave, and my father I will do a demonstration.

Hadfield also flew with the Snowbirds on Canada Day. Hadfield flew the CF-18 with the RCAF, then became a test pilot with the U.S. navy.

But this time he ll be a passenger. Hadfield flew over Ottawa many times in orbit. This time will be noisier.

He has a new book (coming soon) and a new job:

Hadfield will be teaching this fall at the University of Waterloo.

And his second book, called You Are Here, is scheduled for publication in mid-October.

It s an annotated photo book.

It s the best 150 photographs that nobody has ever seen yet, he said. NASA gives astronauts extensive training in photography, and Hadfield combined that talent with a natural tourist s curiosity as he shot images from orbit that captivated millions.

I ve annotated each one why this one is interesting, or what you can see. Some of them are quite technical and some are just whimsical.

We re really happy with that.

It s published in Canada by Random House.

Big surprise: He doesn t miss space.

I served 21 years as an astronaut In my class in Houston, out of the 24 of us, I think there were three of us left when I retired, he said.

I m really proud of the things I did (but) I don t look back and wish I was doing that still. I don t spend much time missing things.

There are all sorts of thing that are going to be worth doing, and my wife and I are looking at what to direct our energies towards, to try to be useful Canadians.

Chris and Helene Hadfield spent 26 years in the United States, first when he was a test pilot at Patuxent, Maryland, and later at NASA.

We haven t been back in Canada so we re just getting ourselves adjusted.

  • Piloted by his brother, David, right, retired astronaut Chris Hadfield arrived at Gatineau Airport Monday, June 30, 2014 in a Second World War P-40 Kittyhawk.

    Julie Oliver / Ottawa Citizen

  • Piloted by his brother, David, right, retired astronaut Chris Hadfield arrived at Gatineau Airport Monday, June 30, 2014 in a Second World War P-40 Kittyhawk.

    Julie Oliver / Ottawa Citizen

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    Former astronaut Chris Hadfield, centre, walks across the Gatineau airstrip with Captain Adam “Manik” Runger, far right, and others from the CF-18 Demo Team following the fighter jet’s arrival at the Vintage Wings of Canada event, held Monday, June 30, 2014 at the Gatineau Airport.

    Julie Oliver / Ottawa Citizen

  • 10.59 a.m. Snowbirds fly in formation over Gatineau Airport as part of a Vintage Wings of Canada event on Monday, June 30, 2014, but also in preparation for Canada Day.

    Julie Oliver / Ottawa Citizen

  • A CF -18, piloted by Captain Adam “Manik” Runge, flies low over the Gatineau Airport before landing for a Vintage Wings of Canada event Monday, June 30, 2014.

    Julie Oliver / Ottawa Citizen

  • Chris Hadfield explains the elements of a fighter jet to Vintage Wings founder, Mike Potter, and his 11-year-old daughter, Lilli, on Monday, June 30, 2014.

    Julie Oliver / Ottawa Citizen

  • Along with Vintage Wings founder, Mike Potter, left, and brother David, right, Chris Hadfield talks poetically about Canada Day to the media on Monday, June 30, 2014.

    Julie Oliver / Ottawa Citizen

  • Piloted by his brother, David, right, retired astronaut Chris Hadfield arrived at Gatineau Airport Monday, June 30, 2014 in a Second World War P-40 Kittyhawk.

    Julie Oliver / Ottawa Citizen

Photos: Chris Hadfield featured in Gatineau Airport event

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Piloted by his brother, David, retired astronaut Chris Hadfield arrived at Gatineau Airport on Monday, June 30, 2014 in a Second World War P-40 Kittyhawk.

The Canadian hero watched as a CF-18 roared above along with Canadian Forces Snowbirds, and later met with kids and fans as part of an event put on by Vintage Wings of Canada.

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Complete list of 2014 Orders of Canada

COMPANIONS OF THE ORDER OF CANADA

David Cronenberg, C.C., O.Ont., Toronto. For his unflagging contributions to Canadian film as a cinematic icon who has cemented his place within the world s top echelon of filmmakers.

Richard Leigh Cruess, C.C., O.Q., Montr al. For his numerous contributions as a world leader and pioneer in the field of medical professionalism in Canada and abroad.

Gen.

A. John G.D. de Chastelain, C.C., C.M.M., C.D., C.H. (Ret.), Ottawa.

For his distinguished public service, notably as a leader in the Northern Ireland peace process.

OFFICERS OF THE ORDER OF CANADA

Marion Bogo, O.C., Toronto. For her achievements in the field of social work as a scholar and teacher, and for advancing the practice in Canada and abroad.

Philip Branton, O.C., Saint-Lambert, Que. For his leadership in the development of a national cancer research framework, and for his contributions to our understanding of tumour viruses and cell division regulation.

James Carter, O.C., Spruce Grove, Alta.

For his contributions to industry and for helping to drive the economic development and prosperity of his province.

G. Raymond Chang, O.C., Toronto. For his achievements as a business leader and for his generosity in support of education, health care and entrepreneurship.

Harvey Max Chochinov, O.C., O.M., Winnipeg.

For his dedication to improving end-of-life care for Canadians.

Deborah Cook, O.C., Dundas, Ont. For her contributions to the improvement of global intensive care unit procedures, and for her leadership in the creation of a national network for critical care research.

Judson Graham Day, O.C., O.N.S., C.D., Q.C., Hantsport, N.S. For his contributions to the corporate sector, for his mentorship and for his active involvement in community initiatives throughout urban and rural Nova Scotia.

Jean-Marie De Koninck, O.C., C.Q., Lac-Beauport, Que.

For his contributions to popularizing mathematics and to improving road safety.

David F. Denison, O.C., Toronto. For his contributions to advancing financial security for Canadians from coast to coast and for his engagement with charitable causes.

Gerald Finley, O.C., Mark Cross, Crowborough, U.K.

and Montr al. For his achievements as an internationally renowned opera singer and cultural ambassador for our nation.

Susan French, O.C., Halifax. For her achievements in the field of nursing education in Canada and abroad.

David Goldbloom, O.C., Toronto.

For his national leadership as a mental health clinician, educator and advocate, and for his involvement in a range of community endeavours.

Frederick William Gorbet, O.C., Toronto. For his contributions to business education and public policy development, and for his leadership on various governmental panels and corporate boards.

Col. Chris Austin Hadfield, O.C., O.Ont., M.S.C., C.D. (Ret.), Sarnia, Ont.

For his commitment to promoting scientific discovery and for sharing the wonders of space exploration with the world.

Harold John Jennings, O.C., Ottawa. For his contributions to carbohydrate chemistry, notably in the development of a pediatric vaccine used internationally to prevent the most common strain of meningitis.

Norman B. Keevil, O.C., O.B.C., West Vancouver, B.C.

For his leadership in Canada s mining industry and for his philanthropy in education and community-building initiatives.

Richard Vincent Mercer, O.C., Toronto. For his ability to inspire and challenge Canadians through humour, and for his leadership in support of charitable causes.

Veena Rawat, O.C., Ottawa. For her contributions to telecommunications engineering and for her leadership in establishing the global regulatory framework for radio spectrum management.

Shirley Marie Tilghman, O.C., Toronto and Princeton, N.J.

For her contributions to molecular biology, for her leadership in university education and for her influential efforts to champion women in science and engineering.

MEMBERS OF THE ORDER OF CANADA

Mary Elyse Allan, C.M., Toronto. For her achievements as an innovative business leader and for her community engagement.

Kim Baird, C.M., Tsawwassen, B.C. For her contributions to the social and economic well-being of her people, notably in securing a historic urban treaty.

The Honourable Gordon L.

Barnhart, C.M., S.O.M., Saskatoon, Sask. For his contributions to democratic governance and to the legislative process in Saskatchewan and Canada.

James. W.

Borcoman, C.M., Ottawa. For his pioneering contributions to the art of photography and for his promotion of contemporary Canadian photographers.

Pierre G. Boutet, C.M., C.M.M., C.D. (Ret.), L vis, Que.

For his support of military law as judge advocate general and for his contributions to re-establishing a society based on justice as a judge for the Special Court for Sierra Leone.

Marcia Ann Boyd, C.M., Vancouver, B.C. For her contributions to the field of dentistry and for her stewardship of the profession.

Guy Breton, C.M., Montr al. For his contributions to the evolution of medical radiology and to the advancement of higher education as a university administrator.

Vickie Cammack, C.M., M.S.M., and Allan B.

Etmanski, C.M., M.S.M., Surrey, B.C. For their success in empowering persons with disabilities to participate in and contribute to Canadian society.

Norman Campbell, C.M., Calgary, Alta. For his contributions as a researcher and public health advocate and for his commitment to improving the well-being of Canadians.

Timothy Casgrain, C.M., Toronto.

For his civic engagement and for his dedication to promoting literacy, culture and sport in Canada.

Jean Chamberlain Froese, C.M., Hamilton. For her efforts to advance maternal health, notably through the creation of an academic program based in Uganda that promotes safe motherhood.

Earlaine Collins, C.M., Toronto. For her efforts as a volunteer and philanthropist who supports cultural institutions and emerging artists.

Eleanor Collins, C.M., Surrey, B.C.

For her pioneering achievements as a jazz vocalist, and for breaking down barriers and fostering race relations in the mid-20th century.

Victor Davies, C.M., Toronto. For broadening the appeal of contemporary Canadian music and for supporting the legal rights of Canada s composers.

Denise Desautels, C.M., Montr al. For her contributions to Quebec literature and to the development of literary life as a poet.

Fran ois Dompierre, C.M., Sutton, Que.

For his contributions to music as a composer who is known in particular for his film compositions.

Terrence Donnelly, C.M., O.Ont., Toronto. For his philanthropic contributions to health care and medical research.

Anthony Doob, C.M., Toronto. For his scholarship in the field of criminology and for his role in shaping Canadian justice policy.

David K.

Elton, C.M., Calgary, Alta. For his contributions to enhancing public policy debates in Western Canada and for his leadership in facilitating effective philanthropy.

Lucinda Flemer, C.M., Toronto and Saint Andrews, N.B. For her philanthropy in support of those in need and for her engaged leadership in promoting the well-being of her community.

Cyril Basil Frank, C.M., Calgary, Alta.

For his contributions to advancing orthopedic health care services in Alberta, and for his scientific contributions to bone and joint repair research.

Irene Fraser, C.M., Millet, Alta. For her work as a social justice advocate who champions the fair treatment of First Nations and M tis people in the justice system.

Ross Gaudreault, C.M., O.Q., Qu bec City. For contributing to the growth of the port industry and of the maritime domain as an administrator.

Christiane Germain, C.M., C.Q., Montr al.

For her innovative contributions to the development of the hotel industry in Canada.

Jean Gigu re, C.M., Winnipeg. For her voluntary service in promoting the arts and Canadian culture.

Karen Goldenberg, C.M., Toronto. For her role in advancing research and practice in occupational therapy, and for her leadership of social service organizations.

Dorothy Grant, C.M., Delta, B.C.

For her contributions to the fashion industry as a Haida artist, designer and mentor.

Jocelyn Greene, C.M., St. John s, N.L. For her achievements in developing services to help disadvantaged adults overcome homelessness and poverty, and become included in their communities.

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Wayne Hambly, C.M., Charlottetown. For his contributions to the development of the business, voluntary, community and cultural sectors of Prince Edward Island.

Antony Holland, C.M., Gabriola Island, B.C. For his achievements as an actor and teacher, notably for founding Langara College s Studio 58 to cultivate the next generation of Canadian performers.

The Honourable James Knatchbull Hugessen, C.M., Almonte, Ont.

For his contributions to the advancement of disability law and for his dedication as a jurist.

James D. Irving, C.M., Saint John, N.B. For his transformative contributions as a corporate leader who has advanced economic development in rural and urban New Brunswick.

Ronald L.

Jamieson, C.M., O.Ont., Ohsweken, Ont. For his pioneering contributions to the finance industry, notably in improving access to financial services for First Nations people across Canada.

Guy Gavriel Kay, C.M., Toronto. For his contributions to the field of speculative fiction as an internationally celebrated author.

Ricardo Larriv e, C.M., Chambly, Que.

For having put cooking within everyone s reach and for his support of various social causes.

James William Leech, C.M., Toronto. For his contributions as an innovator in pension management, for his writings on the subject of retirement funding, and for his community involvement.

Jack Long, C.M., Toronto. For his engagement as a pioneer in Canada s music retail industry who is committed to musicians, customers and employees across the country.

James Low, C.M., Kingston, Ont.

For his contributions as an academic and as the founder of the Museum of Health Care, which preserves the history and artifacts of Canada s health care pioneers.

The Honourable Edward Lumley, P.C., C.M., Lancaster, Ont. For having served his community and country, notably as the federal minister of Industry.

Ramona Lumpkin, C.M., Halifax, N.S. For her leadership in post-secondary education as an administrator, and for her promotion of community-based learning initiatives.

Joseph B.

Marshall, C.M., O.N.S., Eskasoni, N.S. For his contributions to the preservation and promotion of Nova Scotia s Mi kmaq language and culture.

Carol Martin, C.M., Thomasburg, Ont. For her contributions to the development of the Canadian independent publishing industry, notably as a founding member of the Association of Canadian Publishers.

Allison McCain, C.M., Florenceville, N.B.

For his contributions as a business and community leader whose philanthropy has sustained cultural, educational and civic initiatives.

Frank L. McKinnon, C.M., Calgary, Alta. and Carman, Man.

For his role in fostering amateur sport in his province, notably as commissioner of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League.

Malcolm Bruce McNiven, C.M., Montr al. For his broad and sustained commitment to the preservation and flourishing of Montr al culture and heritage.

James Armstrong Munro, C.M., Victoria. For his vital championship of countless Canadian writers and for his sustained community engagement as an independent bookseller.

Mona Nemer, C.M., C.Q., Ottawa.

For her contributions to our understanding of specific genes related to heart health and for her leadership in the academic research community.

Kimberly Pate, C.M., Ottawa. For advocating on behalf of women who are marginalized, victimized and incarcerated, and for her research on women in the criminal justice system.

Alexander Peter Pauk, C.M., Toronto. For his contributions to the development of contemporary Canadian orchestral music and for his promotion of Canada s composers.

Michel Phaneuf, C.M., Mont-Royal, Que.

For his contributions to making the world of wine better known to the general public as a writer and commentator.

Kari Polanyi Levitt, C.M., Outremont, Que. For her contributions to the establishment of international development studies as an interdisciplinary academic field, and for her research on political economy in the Caribbean.

Shana Poplack, C.M., Ottawa, Ont. For her groundbreaking contributions to our understanding of the sociolinguistic evolution of language.

Marcia Hampton Rioux, C.M., Toronto.

For her scholarship in the field of social justice and for her advancement of the rights of persons with disabilities.

Denise Robert, C.M., Montr al. For her role in asserting and helping to develop Quebec cinema as one of the most respected producers in Canada.

Ronald Rosenes, C.M., Toronto. For improving access to health care and social justice resources for people living with HIV and AIDS through his advocacy, fundraising and community leadership.

Roy Shephard, C.M., Brackendale, B.C.

For his pioneering work in the field of exercise science and for promoting the health benefits of physical activity to Canadians.

Karl Siegler, C.M., Powell River, B.C. For his tireless promotion of Canada s small publishing houses and for his efforts to safeguard their interests and welfare.

Ren Simard, C.M., Lorraine, Que. For his contributions to the development of Quebec culture as a performer, host and director.

Donna Eileen Stewart, C.M., Toronto.

For her contributions to women s health as a nationally renowned leader in the field.

Constance Sugiyama, C.M., Toronto. For her achievements as a lawyer and for her extensive civic engagement.

Alan Robert Twigg, C.M., Vancouver, B.C. For his countless contributions to the promotion of British Columbian literature and publishing.

Fawn Wilson White, C.M., Rome, Italy and Saint John, N.B.

For her contributions to promoting Canadian arts and culture, notably by creating performance and exhibition opportunities for Canadian artists abroad.

Norman Willis, C.M., Ottawa.

For his leadership in veterinary science and for his contributions to the development of national research centres that study disease vectors between animals and humans.

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Order of Canada Appointments

June 30, 2014

Governor General Announces 86 New Appointments to the Order of Canada

Ottawa – His Excellency the Right Honourable David Johnston, Governor General of Canada, announced today 86 new appointments to the Order of Canada. The new appointees include 3 Companions (C.C.), 19 Officers (O.C.) and 64 Members (C.M.). These appointments were made on the recommendation of the Advisory Council for the Order of Canada.

Recipients will be invited to accept their insignia at a ceremony to be held at a later date.

The Order of Canada, one of our country s highest civilian honours, was established in 1967, during Canada s centennial year, to recognize outstanding achievement, dedication to the community and service to the nation.

Over the last 45 years, more than 6 000 people from all sectors of society have been invested into the Order.

The list of recipients, with short citations, and a backgrounder on the Order of Canada are attached. For more information on the Canadian Honours System, please consult our website at www.gg.ca/honours1.

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Recipients

Companions of the order of Canada

David Cronenberg, C.C., O.Ont.This is a promotion within the Order.Toronto, Ont.Richard Leigh Cruess, C.C., O.Q.This is a promotion within the Order.Montr al, Que.General A. John G.

D. de Chastelain, C.C., C.M.M., C.D., C.H. (Ret d)This is a promotion within the Order.Ottawa, Ont.

Officers of the order of Canada

Marion Bogo, O.C.Toronto, Ont.Philip Branton, O.C.Saint-Lambert, Que.James Carter, O.C.Spruce Grove, Alta.G. Raymond Chang, O.C.Toronto, Ont.Harvey Max Chochinov, O.C., O.M.Winnipeg, Man.Deborah Cook, O.C.Dundas, Ont.Judson Graham Day, O.C., O.N.S., C.D., Q.C.Hantsport, N.S.Jean-Marie De Koninck, O.C., C.Q.This is a promotion within the Order.Lac-Beauport, Que.David F. Denison, O.C.Toronto, Ont.Gerald Finley, O.C.Mark Cross, Crowborough, U.K. and Montr al, Que.Susan French, O.C.Halifax, N.S.David Goldbloom, O.C.Toronto, Ont.Frederick William Gorbet, O.C.This is a promotion within the Order.Toronto, Ont.Colonel Chris Austin Hadfield, O.C., O.Ont., M.S.C., C.D. (Ret d)Sarnia, Ont.Harold John Jennings, O.C.Ottawa, Ont.Norman B. Keevil, O.C., O.B.C.West Vancouver, B.C.Richard Vincent Mercer, O.C.Toronto, Ont.Veena Rawat, O.C.Ottawa, Ont.Shirley Marie Tilghman, O.C.Toronto, Ont.

and Princeton, NJ, U.S.A.

Members of the order of anada

Mary Elyse Allan, C.M.Toronto, Ont.Kim Baird, C.M.Tsawwassen, B.C.The Honourable Gordon L. Barnhart, C.M., S.O.M.Saskatoon, Sask.James. W. Borcoman, C.M.Ottawa, Ont.Pierre G. Boutet, C.M., C.M.M., C.D.L vis, Que.Marcia Ann Boyd, C.M.Vancouver, B.C.Guy Breton, C.M.Montr al, Que.Vickie Cammack, C.M., M.S.M.Surrey, B.C.Norman Campbell, C.M.Calgary, Alta.Timothy Casgrain, C.M.Toronto, Ont.Jean Chamberlain Froese, C.M.Hamilton, Ont.Earlaine Collins, C.M.Toronto, Ont.Eleanor Collins, C.M.Surrey, B.C.Victor Davies, C.M.Toronto, Ont.Denise Desautels, C.M.Montr al, Que.Fran ois Dompierre, C.M.Sutton, Que.Terrence Donnelly, C.M., O.Ont.Toronto, Ont.Anthony Doob, C.M.Toronto, Ont.David K. Elton, C.M.Calgary, Alta.Allan B. Etmanski, C.M., M.S.M.Surrey, B.C.Lucinda Flemer, C.M.Toronto, Ont. and Saint Andrews, N.B.Cyril Basil Frank, C.M.Calgary, Alta.Irene Fraser, C.M.Millet, Alta.Ross Gaudreault, C.M., O.Q.Qu bec, Que.Christiane Germain, C.M., C.Q.Montr al, Que.Jean Gigu re, C.M.Winnipeg, Man.Karen Goldenberg, C.M.Toronto, Ont.Dorothy Grant, C.M.Delta, B.C.Jocelyn Greene, C.M.St.

John’s, N.L.H. Wayne Hambly, C.M.Charlottetown, P.E.I.Antony Holland, C.M.Gabriola Island, B.C.The Honourable James Knatchbull Hugessen, C.M.Almonte, Ont.James D. Irving, C.M.Saint John, N.B.Ronald L. Jamieson, C.M., O.Ont.Ohsweken, Ont.Guy Gavriel Kay, C.M.Toronto, Ont.Ricardo Larriv e, C.M.Chambly, Que.James William Leech, C.M.Toronto, Ont.Jack Long, C.M.Toronto, Ont.James Low, C.M.Kingston, Ont.The Honourable Edward Lumley, P.C., C.M.Lancaster, Ont.Ramona Lumpkin, C.M.Halifax, N.S.Joseph B. Marshall, C.M., O.N.S.Eskasoni, N.S.Carol Martin, C.M.Thomasburg, Ont.Allison McCain, C.M.Florenceville, N.B.Frank L. McKinnon, C.M.Calgary, Alta. and Carman, Man.Malcolm Bruce McNiven, C.M.Montr al, Que.James Armstrong Munro, C.M.Victoria, B.C.Mona Nemer, C.M., C.Q.Ottawa, Ont.Kimberly Pate, C.M.Ottawa, Ont.Alexander Peter Pauk, C.M.Toronto, Ont.Michel Phaneuf, C.M.Mont-Royal, Que.Kari Polanyi Levitt, C.M.Outremont, Que.Shana Poplack, C.M.Ottawa, Ont.Marcia Hampton Rioux, C.M.Toronto, Ont.Denise Robert, C.M.Montr al, Que.Ronald Rosenes, C.M.Toronto, Ont.Roy Shephard, C.M.Brackendale, B.C.Karl Siegler, C.M.Powell River, B.C.Ren Simard, C.M.Lorraine, Que.Donna Eileen Stewart, C.M.Toronto, Ont.Constance Sugiyama, C.M.Toronto, Ont.Alan Robert Twigg, C.M.Vancouver, B.C.Fawn Wilson White, C.M.Rome, Italy and Saint John, N.B.Norman Willis, C.M.Ottawa, Ont.

Recipients citations

Companions of the order of Canada

David Cronenberg, C.C., O.Ont.Toronto, Ontario

For his unflagging contributions to Canadian film as a cinematic icon who has cemented his place within the world s top echelon of filmmakers.

This is a promotion within the Order.

Richard Leigh Cruess, C.C., O.Q.Montr al, Quebec

For his numerous contributions as a world leader and pioneer in the field of medical professionalism in Canada and abroad.

This is a promotion within the Order.

General A.

John G. D. de Chastelain, C.C., C.M.M., C.D., C.H. (Ret d)Ottawa, Ontario

For his distinguished public service, notably as a leader in the Northern Ireland peace process.

This is a promotion within the Order.

Officers of the order of Canada

Marion Bogo, O.C.Toronto, Ontario

For her achievements in the field of social work as a scholar and teacher, and for advancing the practice in Canada and abroad.

Philip Branton, O.C.Saint-Lambert, Quebec

For his leadership in the development of a national cancer research framework, and for his contributions to our understanding of tumour viruses and cell division regulation.

James Carter, O.C.Spruce Grove, Alberta

For his contributions to industry and for helping to drive the economic development and prosperity of his province.

G. Raymond Chang, O.C.Toronto, Ontario

For his achievements as a business leader and for his generosity in support of education, health care and entrepreneurship.

Harvey Max Chochinov, O.C., O.M.Winnipeg, Manitoba

For his dedication to improving end-of-life care for Canadians.

Deborah Cook, O.C.Dundas, Ontario

For her contributions to the improvement of global intensive care unit procedures, and for her leadership in the creation of a national network for critical care research.

Judson Graham Day, O.C., O.N.S., C.D., Q.C.Hantsport, Nova Scotia

For his contributions to the corporate sector, for his mentorship and for his active involvement in community initiatives throughout urban and rural Nova Scotia.

Jean-Marie De KoninckLac-Beauport, Quebec

For his contributions to popularizing mathematics and to improving road safety.

David F. Denison, O.C.Toronto, Ontario

For his contributions to advancing financial security for Canadians from coast to coast and for his engagement with charitable causes.

Gerald Finley, O.C.Mark Cross, Crowborough, United Kingdom and Montr al, Quebec

For his achievements as an internationally renowned opera singer and cultural ambassador for our nation.

Susan French, O.C.Halifax, Nova Scotia

For her achievements in the field of nursing education in Canada and abroad.

David Goldbloom, O.C.Toronto, Ontario

For his national leadership as a mental health clinician, educator and advocate, and for his involvement in a range of community endeavours.

Frederick William Gorbet, O.C.Toronto, Ontario

For his contributions to business education and public policy development, and for his leadership on various governmental panels and corporate boards.

This is a promotion within the Order.

Colonel Chris Austin Hadfield, O.C., O.Ont.

M.S.C., C.D. (Ret d)Sarnia, Ontario

For his commitment to promoting scientific discovery and for sharing the wonders of space exploration with the world.

Harold John Jennings, O.C.Ottawa, Ontario

For his contributions to carbohydrate chemistry, notably in the development of a pediatric vaccine used internationally to prevent the most common strain of meningitis.

Norman B. Keevil, O.C., O.B.C.West Vancouver, British Columbia

For his leadership in Canada s mining industry and for his philanthropy in education and community-building initiatives.

Richard Vincent Mercer, O.C.Toronto, Ontario

For his ability to inspire and challenge Canadians through humour, and for his leadership in support of charitable causes.

Veena Rawat, O.C.Ottawa, Ontario

For her contributions to telecommunications engineering and for her leadership in establishing the global regulatory framework for radio spectrum management.

Shirley Marie Tilghman O.C.Toronto, Ontario and Princeton, New Jersey, U.S.A For her contributions to molecular biology, for her leadership in university education and for her influential efforts to champion women in science and engineering.

Members of the order of Canada

Mary Elyse Allan, C.M.Toronto, Ontario

For her achievements as an innovative business leader and for her community engagement.

Kim Baird, C.M.Tsawwassen, British Columbia

For her contributions to the social and economic well-being of her people, notably in securing a historic urban treaty.

The Honourable Gordon Barnhart, C.M., S.O.M.Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

For his contributions to democratic governance and to the legislative process in Saskatchewan and Canada.

James W. Borcoman, C.M.Ottawa, Ontario

For his pioneering contributions to the art of photography and for his promotion of contemporary Canadian photographers.

Pierre G. Boutet, C.M., C.M.M., C.D.L vis, Quebec

For his support of military law as judge advocate general and for his contributions to re-establishing a society based on justice as a judge for the Special Court for Sierra Leone.

Marcia Ann Boyd, C.M.Vancouver, British Columbia

For her contributions to the field of dentistry and for her stewardship of the profession.

Guy Breton, C.M.Montr al, Quebec

For his contributions to the evolution of medical radiology and to the advancement of higher education as a university administrator.

Vickie Cammack, C.M., M.S.M. and Allan B. Etmanski, C.M., M.S.M.Surrey, British Columbia

For their success in empowering persons with disabilities to participate in and contribute to Canadian society.

Norman Campbell, C.M.Calgary, Alberta

For his contributions as a researcher and public health advocate and for his commitment to improving the well-being of Canadians.

Timothy Casgrain, C.M.Toronto, Ontario

For his civic engagement and for his dedication to promoting literacy, culture and sport in Canada.

Jean Chamberlain Froese, C.M.Hamilton, Ontario

For her efforts to advance maternal health, notably through the creation of an academic program based in Uganda that promotes safe motherhood.

Earlaine Collins, C.M.Toronto, Ontario

For her efforts as a volunteer and philanthropist who supports cultural institutions and emerging artists.

Eleanor Collins, C.M.Surrey, British Columbia

For her pioneering achievements as a jazz vocalist, and for breaking down barriers and fostering race relations in the mid-20th century.

Victor Davies, C.M.Toronto, Ontario

For broadening the appeal of contemporary Canadian music and for supporting the legal rights of Canada s composers.

Denise Desautels, C.M.Montr al, Quebec

For her contributions to Quebec literature and to the development of literary life as a poet.

Fran ois Dompierre, C.M.Sutton, Quebec

For his contributions to music as a composer who is known in particular for his film compositions.

Terrence Donnelly, C.M., O.Ont.Toronto, Ontario

For his philanthropic contributions to health care and medical research.

Anthony Doob, C.M.Toronto, Ontario

For his scholarship in the field of criminology and for his role in shaping Canadian justice policy.

David K. Elton, C.M.Calgary, Alberta

For his contributions to enhancing public policy debates in western Canada and for his leadership in facilitating effective philanthropy.

Lucinda Flemer, C.M.Toronto, Ontario and Saint Andrews, New Brunswick

For her philanthropy in support of those in need and for her engaged leadership in promoting the well-being of her community.

Cyril Basil Frank C.M.Calgary, Alberta

For his contributions to advancing orthopedic health care services in Alberta, and for his scientific contributions to bone and joint repair research.

Irene Fraser, C.M.Millet, Alberta

For her work as a social justice advocate who champions the fair treatment of First Nations and M tis people in the justice system.

Ross Gaudreault, C.M., O.Q.Qu bec, Quebec

For contributing to the growth of the port industry and of the maritime domain as an administrator.

Christiane Germain, C.M., C.Q.Montr al, Quebec

For her innovative contributions to the development of the hotel industry in Canada.

Jean Gigu re, C.M.Winnipeg, Manitoba

For her voluntary service in promoting the arts and Canadian culture.

Karen Goldenberg, C.M.Toronto, Ontario

For her role in advancing research and practice in occupational therapy, and for her leadership of social service organizations.

Dorothy Grant, C.M.Delta, British Columbia

For her contributions to the fashion industry as a Haida artist, designer and mentor.

Jocelyn Greene, C.M.St. John s, Newfoundland and Labrador

For her achievements in developing services to help disadvantaged adults overcome homelessness and poverty, and become included in their communities.

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Wayne Hambly, C.M.Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

For his contributions to the development of the business, voluntary, community and cultural sectors of Prince Edward Island.

Antony Holland, C.M.Gabriola Island, British Columbia

For his achievements as an actor and teacher, notably for founding Langara College s Studio 58 to cultivate the next generation of Canadian performers.

The Honourable James Knatchbull Hugessen, C.M.Almonte, Ontario

For his contributions to the advancement of disability law and for his dedication as a jurist.

James D. Irving, C.M.Saint John, New Brunswick

For his transformative contributions as a corporate leader who has advanced economic development in rural and urban New Brunswick.

Ronald Jamieson, C.M.Ohsweken, Ontario

For his pioneering contributions to the finance industry, notably in improving access to financial services for First Nations people across Canada.

Guy Gavriel Kay, C.M.Toronto, Ontario

For his contributions to the field of speculative fiction as an internationally celebrated author.

Ricardo Larriv e, C.M.Chambly, Quebec

For having put cooking within everyone s reach and for his support of various social causes.

James William Leech, C.M.Toronto, Ontario

For his contributions as an innovator in pension management, for his writings on the subject of retirement funding, and for his community involvement.

Jack Long, C.M.Toronto, Ontario

For his engagement as a pioneer in Canada s music retail industry who is committed to musicians, customers and employees across the country.

James Low, C.M.Kingston, Ontario

For his contributions as an academic and as the founder of the Museum of Health Care, which preserves the history and artifacts of Canada s health care pioneers.

The Honourable Edward Lumley, P.C., C.M.Lancaster, Ontario

For having served his community and country, notably as the federal minister of Industry.

Ramona Lumpkin, C.M.Halifax, Nova Scotia

For her leadership in post-secondary education as an administrator, and for her promotion of community-based learning initiatives.

Joseph B. Marshall, C.M., O.N.S.Eskasoni, Nova Scotia

For his contributions to the preservation and promotion of Nova Scotia s Mi kmaq language and culture.

Carol Martin, C.M.Thomasburg, Ontario

For her contributions to the development of the Canadian independent publishing industry, notably as a founding member of the Association of Canadian Publishers.

Allison McCain, C.M.Florenceville, New Brunswick

For his contributions as a business and community leader whose philanthropy has sustained cultural, educational and civic initiatives.

Frank L. McKinnon, C.M.Calgary, Alberta and Carman, Manitoba

For his role in fostering amateur sport in his province, notably as commissioner of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League.

Malcolm Bruce McNiven, C.M.Montr al, Quebec

For his broad and sustained commitment to the preservation and flourishing of Montr al culture and heritage.

James Armstrong Munro, C.M.Victoria, British Columbia

For his vital championship of countless Canadian writers and for his sustained community engagement as an independent bookseller.

Mona Nemer, C.M.Ottawa, Ontario

For her contributions to our understanding of specific genes related to heart health and for her leadership in the academic research community.

Kimberly Pate, C.M.Ottawa, Ontario

For advocating on behalf of women who are marginalized, victimized or incarcerated, and for her research on women in the criminal justice system.

Alexander Peter Pauk, C.M.Toronto, Ontario

For his contributions to the development of contemporary Canadian orchestral music and for his promotion of Canada s composers.

Michel Phaneuf, C.M.Mont-Royal, Quebec

For his contributions to making the world of wine better known to the general public as a writer and commentator.

Kari Polanyi Levitt, C.M.Outremont, Quebec

For her contributions to the establishment of international development studies as an interdisciplinary academic field, and for her research on political economy in the Caribbean.

Shana Poplack, C.M.Ottawa, Ontario

For her groundbreaking contributions to our understanding of the sociolinguistic evolution of language.

Marcia Hampton Rioux, C.M.Toronto, Ontario

For her scholarship in the field of social justice and for her advancement of the rights of persons with disabilities.

Denise Robert, C.M.Montr al, Quebec

For her role in asserting and helping to develop Quebec cinema as one of the most respected producers in Canada.

Ronald Rosenes, C.M.Toronto, Ontario

For improving access to health care and social justice resources for people living with HIV and AIDS through his advocacy, fundraising and community leadership.

Roy Shephard, C.M.Brackendale, British Columbia

For his pioneering work in the field of exercise science and for promoting the health benefits of physical activity to Canadians.

Karl Siegler, C.M.Powell River, British Columbia

For his tireless promotion of Canada s small publishing houses and for his efforts to safeguard their interests and welfare.

Ren Simard, C.M.Lorraine, Quebec

For his contributions to the development of Quebec culture as a performer, host and director.

Donna Eileen Stewart, C.M.Toronto, Ontario

For her contributions to women s health as a nationally renowned leader in the field.

Constance Sugiyama, C.M.Toronto, Ontario

For her achievements as a lawyer and for her extensive civic engagement.

Alan Robert Twigg, C.M.Vancouver, British Columbia

For his countless contributions to the promotion of British Columbian literature and publishing.

Fawn Wilson White, C.M.Rome, Italy and Saint John, New Brunswick

For her contributions to promoting Canadian arts and culture, notably by creating performance and exhibition opportunities for Canadian artists abroad.

Norman Willis, C.M.Ottawa, Ontario

For his leadership in veterinary science and for his contributions to the development of national research centres that study disease vectors between animals and humans.

Order of Canada backgrounder

Established in 1967 by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the Order of Canada is the cornerstone of the Canadian Honours System, and recognizes outstanding achievement, dedication to the community and service to the nation. The Order recognizes people in all sectors of Canadian society. Their contributions are varied, yet they have all enriched the lives of others and made a difference to this country.

Motto and Levels

The Order of Canada s motto is desiderantes meliorem patriam(They desire a better country).

Her Majesty The Queen is the Sovereign of the Order, and the governor general is the chancellor and Principal Companion of the Order.

Companion Post-nominal: C.C.

recognizes national pre-eminence or international service or achievement;

Officer Post-nominal: O.C.

recognizes national service or achievement; and

Member Post-nominal: C.M.

recognizes outstanding contributions at the local or regional level or in a special field of activity.

Insignia Description

The insignia of the Order is a stylized snowflake of six points, with a red annulus at its centre, which bears a stylized maple leaf circumscribed with the motto of the Order, desiderantes meliorem patriam(They desire a better country), surmounted by St. Edward s Crown.

Eligibility

All Canadians are eligible for the Order of Canada, with the exception of federal and provincial politicians and judges while in office. The Order s constitution permits non-Canadians to be considered for honorary appointments.

Members of the Royal Family, governors general and their spouses are appointed in the extraordinary category. There are no posthumous appointments.

Officers and Members may be elevated within the Order in recognition of further achievement, based on continued exceptional or extraordinary service to Canada. Usually, promotions are considered five years after the first appointment.

Nominations

Any person or group is welcome to nominate a deserving individual as a candidate for appointment to the Order of Canada.

Appointments are made on the recommendations of the Advisory Council for the Order of Canada, an independent council chaired by the chief justice of Canada.

Members of the Advisory Council on the Order of Canada reflect the diversity and excellence in Canadian society.

Certain members are appointed by virtue of their office; others are appointed for a fixed term to achieve a balanced representation of the various regions of the country.

For more information about the Order of Canada or to nominate someone, visit our website at www.gg.ca/honours3

References

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