List of Upper Canada College alumni


List of Upper Canada College alumni

The following is a list of prominent Upper Canada College alumni; many notable Canadian men are graduates of the school. UCC's alumni are usually known simply as "Old Boys" (as is common with most all-male private schools). They include:

Academia

* Armstrong, Jackson (c. 1996) - historian
* Arthur, James Greig (1962) - World's leading mathematician in Representation Theory and creator of the General Trace Formula
* Bethune, Charles James Stewart (1856) - Headmaster of Trinity College School, co-founded Entomological Society of Canada
* Biggar, James H. (1926) - Founder of Visites Interprovinviales, later the SEVEC
* Clarkson, Stephen (1954) - FRSC, Rhodes Scholar, foreign policy and Canadian history expert, Governor General's Award winner
* Crooks, Adam - First Chancellor of the University of Toronto and Attorney General of Canada
* Cooper, John Julius (c. 1947) - 2nd Viscount Norwich, British historian, travel writer, and television personality
* Crean, John Gale (1932) - Founding President of the Ontario Science Centre, first Canadian director of International Chamber of Commerce
* Cruikshank, Ernest Alexander (1872) - Notable Canadian historian, founded Ontario Historical Society
* Denison (III), George Taylor (1856) - FRSC, Founder of Canada First and the Canadian National Association
* Eayrs, James (1938) - World renowned political scientist, Governor General's Award winner
* Eksteins, Modris (1961) - Rhodes Scholar, world renowned historian of Germany
* Ewart, John S. - QC, prominent lawyer, Canadian historian, and advocate of Canadian independence [http://www2.marianopolis.edu/quebechistory/encyclopedia/JohnS.Ewart-Wallace.htm]
* Fleming, James Henry (1892) - Top Canadian ornithologist
* Grant, George P. (1936) - OC, DPhil, FRSC, philosopher
* Grier, Terry (c. 1954) - former president Ryerson University, former New Democratic Party Member of Parliament
* Ignatieff, Nicholas - Warden of Hart House, University of Toronto
* Keefer, Thomas (1838) - Noted aquatics civil engineer, president of the American Society of Civil Engineers, founder of the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering
* Kilbourn, William (c. 1946) - FRSC, Oxford and Harvard graduate, author, historian, executive of Canada Council and Canadian commission for UNESCO
* Kilbourn, William Morley (1944) - Toronto historian, first president of Word on the Street
* Loudin, James (1858) - First physics professor at UofT, president of the Royal Society of Canada
* Macklem, Michael - CM, founder of Oberon Press
* McNaught, Kenneth (c. 1936) - OC, Historian
* Norwich, John Julius, 2nd Viscount Norwich (1942) - CVO, historian, travel writer and television personality
* Parmenter, Ross (1929) - Music editor at the "New York Times", expert on indigenous Mexican culture
* Rao, Vivek - Youngest Cardiac Surgeon and head of heart transplant programme at Toronto General Hospital
* Singer, Peter (1978) - Director of Joint Centre for Bioethics at UofT, Program Director at the Canadian Program on Genomics
* Stupart, Sir Robert Fredrick (1872) - Pioneered public weather forecasts, Director of the National Meteorological Society
* Tyrell, Joseph (1878) - FRSC, discovered dinosaur bones in Alberta, in whose honour the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology is named
* Wright, Sir Charles Seymour (1904) - Team physicist on Robert Scott's Antarctic expedition, developed "trench wireless" during World War I

Businesspersons

* Beatty, David Ross (1961) - OBE, International business expert, diplomat and past Chairman of the Board of UCC
* Black, Montegu - Former controller of Hollinger Inc., and former director of the Toronto-Dominion Bank
* Cheesbrough, Gordon - chairman & CEO, Altamira and past Chairman of the Board of UCC
* Cumming, James (1861) - Chief Fur Trader, Hudson's Bay Company
* Davidson, Richard - President, Brewers Retail
* Eaton, George - CEO, T. Eaton Company of Canada
* Eaton, Sir John Craig (c. 1894) - chairman & CEO, T. Eaton Company of Canada
* Eaton, John Craig - OOnt, KStJ, chairman & CEO, T. Eaton Company of Canada, Chancellor of Ryerson University
* Eaton, Timothy (c. 1852) - founder of the now-defunct Eaton's department store
* Fejér, Bela (1963) - Developer, including Bank Centre and Four Seasons Hotel in Budapest
* Gentles, Roy A. - Chairman & CEO of Alcan
* Gillespie, Ian A. - Chairman & CEO, Export Development Corporation
* Gooderham, William George (1867) - Owner of Gooderham Worts Distilleries, president of the Bank of Toronto
* Gould, Stephen A. - Vice President, American Express
* Grafstein, Laurence S. - Managing Director, Lazard
* Hiller, Robert W. - former President and Chief Financial Officer, the Campbell Soup Company
* Macaulay, Hugh - Chairman & CEO, Canadian Tire Corporation
* Meredith, Gregory P. - Chairman & CEO, HSBC (USA)
* Pellatt, Henry - CVO, DCL, Canadian financier and builder of Casa Loma
* Phelan, Paul D. - Chairman & CEO, Cara Operations Limited
* Prichard, Robert - OC, OOnt, LLM, PhD, CEO of Torstar and former president of the University of Toronto
* Rogers, Ted (c. 1951) - Canada's ninth wealthiest man, Chairman of Rogers Communications, full owner of the Toronto Blue Jays, and eponym of the Rogers Centre
* Thomson, David (c. 1975) - Canada's wealthiest man, sixth wealthiest in the world, and Chairman of Thomson Corporation
* Thompson, John M. - Chairman, IBM
* The late Thomson, Kenneth (c. 1941) - Formerly Canada's wealthiest man and father of David Thomson
* Weston, Galen (c. 1958) Canada's second wealthiest man, and Chairman of the George Weston Foods Limited
* Weston, George - Founder, George Weston Ltd.
* Wright, Timothy Rogers - Former President, GlaxoSmithKline SGP

Doctors

* Barton, Eric (1957) - CM, founder of a leprosy treatment centre in India, Principal of UCC
* McCulloch, Ernest - OC, OOnt FRSC, Lasker Award winner, accredited with the discovery of the Stem Cell, Canadian Medical Hall of Fame inductee
* Montizambert, Frederick (1859) - Developed Canadian quarantine stations, first Director General of public health, Canadian Medical Hall of Fame inductee
*Bethune, Norman Sr. (c. 1840) - FRCS, prominent Canadian doctor and father of Norman Bethune
* Qaadri, Shafiq (1982) - Family Physician, Government of Canada Designated Medical Practitioner, medical journalist, Ontario Member of Provincial Parliament

Educators

* Barrett, Anthony (1964) - Founder, Pollution Probe (Canada's first environmental advocacy organisation) Parliament, Chancellor of the University of Toronto
* Best, Henry B.M. (1952) - Knight Italian Order of Merit, President of Laurentian University
* Connell, George (1947) - OC, PhD, DSc, LLD, FCIC, FRSC, President of the University of Toronto & the University of Western Ontario, Director of Allelix Biopharmaceuticals
* Crean, John Gale (1928) - Founder of the Ontario Science Centre, first Canadian director of the International Chamber of Commerce
* Cowan, John Scott - Principal of Royal Military College of Canada
* [http://www.biographi.ca/EN/ShowBio.asp?BioId=42041&query=Upper%20AND%20Canada%20AND%20College Dale, Williams] (c. 1866) - noted educationalist, mayor of St. Mary's.
* Eaton, Fred (1957) - OC, OOnt, FRSC, High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, Chancellor of the University of New Brunswick
* Grier, Terry (1953) - Member of Parliament, president of Ryerson University
* Lafferty, Alfred (1855) - UCC's first black student, headmaster of Guelph Collegiate Vocational Institute
*Merritt, Thomas Rodman (c. 1842) - Member of Parliament in the Canadian House of Commons and founder and President of Ridley College.
* Prichard, Robert (1967) - OC, OOnt, LLM, PhD, President of the University of Toronto, President of Star Media Group
* Ridpath, John (c. 1954) - Objectivist philosopher and retired York University associate Professor of Economics and Intellectual History
* Robertson, Lawrence Bruce (1902) - Indroduced blood transfusions for children at Hospital for Sick Children

Film, theatre, media and the arts

* Bassett, Douglas (1958) - OC, Oont, KStJ, member of the Canadian Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame, president of CTV, founder of CFTO-TV
* Beaubien, François de Gaspé (1981) - Co-owner of Telemedia Corp., President of Canadian Magazine Publishers' Association
* Brooks, Daniel (1976) - Playwright, winner of the Elinore & Lou Siminovitch Prize in Theatre
* Bruce, Addington (c. 1892) - Journalist, American historian
* Burke, Edmund W. (1891) - Architect of Prince Edward Viaduct, Simpson's (now Hudson's Bay Company) flaghip store in Toronto
* Campbell, Nicholas (1970) - Canadian film and television star
* [http://www.biographi.ca/EN/ShowBio.asp?BioId=40150&query=Upper%20AND%20Canada%20AND%20College Chewitt, William Cameron] (c. 1846) - prominent Canadian publisher, one of two members of the University of Toronto to graduate in medicine.
* Clark, Tom (1971) - Television journalist, anchorman, CTV Washington Bureau chief
* Cuddy, Jim (1974) - Founder and member of Blue Rodeo
* Dako, Del (1972) - Famed Jazz musician
* Daly, Thomas C. (1936) - OC, National Film Board of Canada leader, contributor to Oscar Award winning "Churchill's Island"
* Darling, Frank (1859) - Architect of the Centre Block on Parliament Hill, Convocation Hall, and Trinity College, winner of the Royal Gold Medal
* Davies, Geraint Wyn (1975) - Actor
* Dick, Leonard - Emmy Award, Golden Globe and Writer's Guild Award winning producer and writer of "Lost", "House", and many other Sitcoms
* Doherty, Brian (1922) - Founder of the Shaw Festival
* Douglas, Melvyn (1913) - Academy Award winning actor
* DuBois, Mark (1972) - World famous opera singer
* Taché, Eugène-Étienne (1849) - Architect of the Assemblée nationale du Québec building, designer of Québec's Coat of Arms and motto "Je me souviens"
* Felix, Enrique Alvarez (1954) - Mexican renowned actor
* Flaherty, Robert (1903) - Pioneer of documentary films, including "Nanook of the North"
* Fraser, Brendan (1987) - Actor (left school in final year)
* Fraser, Graham (c. 1964) - prominent Canadian journalist; recently appointed as Canada's Official Languages Commissioner.
* Gelber, Arthur (1934) - OC, founder of the Ontario Arts Council, chairman of National Arts Centre
* Gibson, Dan (1940) - OC, creator of Solitudes
* Gilday, Leonard (1967) - Producer of "The Nature of Things" and for the National Geographic Channel
* Gilmour, David (c. 1967) - Journalist and Governor General's Award for English language fiction winning novelist
* Gooderham, Albert Edward (1879) - Founder of the Canadian Academy of Music (later the [Royal Conservatory of Music), and president of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra
* Graham, Patrick W. (1984) - Journalist for "Harper's", the "New York Times Magazine", and television correspondent for the CBC
* Grier, Sir Edmund Wyly (1877) - Portraitist, president of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts
* Grossman, Loyd (c. 1967) - OBE, English-American television presenter and chef, host of "Masterchef"
* Hendrie, W. Brett - HotDocs festival director
* Hayhurst, Jim (1959) - Chairman of Outward Bound, member of the Canadian Mount Everest expedition, co-founder of Trails Youth Initiatives
* Hayhurst, Jim Jr. (1987) - Member of the Canadian Mount Everest expedition
* Hewitt, Bill (1949) - Broadcasting mogul, and Hockey Night in Canada announcer
* Hewitt, Foster (1921) - OC, broadcaster, Hockey Hall of Fame inductee
* Kane, Paul (1830) - Painter of the Canadian North and other pioneer landscapes
* Khemani, Rohin - Director of Jazz and World Music at the Youth Symphony for United Nations
* Koffman, Jeffrey (c. 1977) - Journalist, and ABC News Anchor/Bureau Chief
*Lancaster, John - reporter for CFTO news.
* Law, Charles Anthony (1935) - DSC, official war artist
* Lewis, Avi (c. 1986) - Journalist and television host
* MacDermot, Galt (1942) - Grammy Award winning musician and co-author of the Broadway musical "Hair"
* MacInnis, Dr. Joseph (1956) - CM, explorer, leader of "Titanic" dive for IMAX filming, first person to dive under the North Pole
* MacMillan, Michael - Academy Award winner and CEO of Alliance Atlantis
* Massey, Raymond Hart (1910) - Actor and Hollywood Walk of Fame inductee
* Massry, Hartland (1935) - Architect of Innis College, master planner of Carleton University
* McFee, Allan (1931) - CBC radio broadcaster, announcer for the "Royal Canadian Air Farce"
* McNaught, John (c. 1920) - Canadian radio broadcaster and writer
* Mettler, Peter - Genie, NFB, and other awards winning writer and director
* Moore, James Mavor (1929) - CC, OBC, D.Litt, founding head of Guild of Canadian Playwrights, founder of St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts
* Pettler, Levi - Founder of both Ontario Arts Council and the National Arts Centre
* Snow, Michael (1948) - OC, artist
* Walker, Alan - Executive editor, Maclean's magazine

Lawyers

* Armour, John Douglas (c. 1848) - QC, Chief-justice of Ontario, Justice of Supreme Court of Canada
* Biggar, Oliver Mowat (1894) - Canada's first Chief Electoral Officer and Chief Canadian Legal Advisor to the Treaty of Versailles
*Boyd, Sir John Alexander (c. 1855) - KCMG, QC, chancellor of the Court of Chancery and president of the High Court of Ontario.
* Cameron, John Hillyard (1833) - QC, Member of Parliament, co-founded Canada Life Assurance Company, and Solicitor General of Upper Canada
* Cameron, Sir Matthew Crooks (1838) - Chief Justice of Ontario and Father of Confederation
* Cartwright, John Robert (1912) - CC, MC, PC, LLD, Chief Justice of Canada
* Ewart, J. S. (c. 1867) - QC, advocate of Canadian independence
* Harlan, John Marshall II (1911) - Rhodes Scholar, Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court
* Macleod, James Farquharson (1848) - Colonel, pioneer of Alberta and third Commissioner of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police
* McTavish, Wilson (1956) - Director of the Ontario Office of the Children's Lawyer
* Howland, William (1932) - Chief Justice of Ontario, treasurer of the Law Society of Upper Canada
* McMurtry, Roy (c. 1950) - Chief Justice of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, and High Commissioner to the United Kingdom
* Moss, Thomas (1854) - Chief Justice of Ontario
* Robinson, Christopher (c. 1846) - Attorney General of Canada
* Wallbridge, Lewis (c. 1834) - QC, Chief Justice of Manitoba, Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Canada, and Director of the Bank of Upper Canada

Literature

* Bacque, James - notable author
* Black, Conrad, Baron Black of Crossharbour (did not graduate) - PC, OC, KCSG, author and newspaper baron
* Davies, Robertson (1932) - CC, OOnt, FRSC, FRSL, notable author
* Fraser, John (1963) - CM, editor, Saturday Night Magazine, Master of Massey College
* Gilmour, David (1968) - Novelist and television journalist
* Glazebrook, G.P. de T. - FRSC, Oxford University graduate, Canadian historian
* Heintzman, Andrew - Founder and editor of Shift magazine
* Leacock, Stephen (1882) - PhD, FRSC, writer and economist
* Macklem, Michael (1946) - CM, founder and owner of Oberon Press
* Newman, Peter C. (1947) - CC, Peabody award-winning journalist, former editor of Macleans and the Toronto Star
* Robertson, John Ross (1850) - Noted journalist, founded "Toronto Evening Telegram", in whose honour John Ross Robertson Public School is named
* Scadding, Henry (1833) - Noted educator, rector and writer
* Symons, Thomas (1942) - CC, OOnt, founding president of Trent University, notable Canadian Studies author

Military Service

* Boulton, Charles Arkoll (c. 1859) - Leader of militant opposition against rebellion by Louis Riel, Canadian Senator
* Cockburn, Hampden Zane Churchill (1881) - Recipient of the Victoria Cross
* Cowan, John Scott - PhD, Principal, Royal Military College of Canada
* Crerar, Henry Duncan Graham (1904) - General, CH, CB, DSO, KStJ, CD, PC, HDG, Chief of the General Staff and Commander, First Canadian Army, war hero
* Douglas, Ian - CM, KStJ, CD, QC, founding President of the Canadian Epilepsy Association, Chairman of the National Board of Governors of the Canadian Corps of Commissionaires
* Dunkelman, Ben (1930) - Israeli war hero
* Dunn, Alexander Roberts (1844) - First Recipient of the Victoria Cross
* Geary, George Reginald (c. 1891) - Lt. Colonel, OBE, MC, PC, Cabinet Minister, Commander of the Royal Grenadier Regiment, and Mayor of Toronto
* Little, Charles Herbert (1926) - CD, FRCGS, Rhodes Scholar, Director of Naval Intelligence during the Second World War
* Matthews, Albert Bruce - Major General, AB, Commander, II Canadian Corps
* Pettler, Levi - Major General, OBE, CB, DSO, acclaimed War Hero and Commander of the Royal Engineers

Politics and current affairs

Ambassadors

* Crean, Gordon Gale (1932) - Ambassador to Yugoslavia, West Germany and the Vatican Ecumenical CouncilF. S. Eaton, Canadian High Commissioner to the Court of St. James [United Kingdom]
* George, James (1936) - Rhodes Scholar, Ambassador to Iran, High Commissioner to India, and world renowned activist.
* Lewis, Stephen (c. 1955) - CC, Canadian Ambassador to the UN Security Council, and UN Representative to Africa
* McCordick, John Alexander (1933) - Ambassador to Austria, Canadian representative to the International Atomic Energy Agency
* Smith, Arnold Cantwell (1932) - CH, OC, Rhodes Scholar, Canadian Ambassador to Moscow, Cambodia, and Secretary-general of the Commonwealth Secretariat
* Wrong, Hume (1909) - Canadian ambassador to Washington, helped draft the North Atlantic Treaty

Lieutenant Governors

* Aikins, James Albert Manning (1871) - Founder of Canadian Bar Association, Member of Parliament, Lieutenant Governor of Manitoba
* Aird, John Black (1941) - CC, OOnt, QC, LLD, founder of Aird & Berlis LLP, Lieutenant Governor of Ontario
* Jackman, Henry (c. 1950) - OC, OOnt, BA, LL.D, Lieutenant Governor of Ontario

Mayors and Premiers

* Allan, George William (1835) - PC, FRCGS, Mayor of Toronto, Canadian Senator
* Beaven, Robert (1844) - Premier of British Columbia [http://www.biographi.ca/EN/ShowBio.asp?BioId=41318]
* Coleman, Michael - Mayor of Duncan, British Columbia, President of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities
* Drew, George (1913) - CC, PC, QC, LLD, Premier of Ontario, and High Commissioner to the United Kingdom
* Hendrie, Sir John Strathearn (1874) - KCMG, CVO, and Lieutenant Governor of Ontario
* Howland, Oliver (1863) - Member of the Ontario Parliament, Mayor of Toronto
* Jackman, Henry N.R. (1950) - OC, OOnt, LLD, CEO National Trust, Empire Life Insurance, and Lieutenant Governor of Ontario
* Lamport, Allan (1923) - CM, Mayor of Toronto
* Robinson, John Beverley (1836) - PC, President of the Queen's Privy Council for Canada, Mayor of Toronto, and Lieutenant Governor of Ontario [http://webhome.idirect.com/~griffish/gene/ucpeople.html]
* Tonks, Alan (1959) - Member of Parliament, Mayor of Toronto
* Tupper, William Johnston (c. 1880) - Lieutenant Governor of Manitoba

Members of Parliament

* Boulton, D'Arcy (c. 1843) - Grandmaster of the Grand Black Chapter of British America
* Bosley, John William (1964) - PC, Speaker of the House of Commons
* Cameron, John Hillyard (c. 1835) - Conservative member of the Canadian House of Commons and solicitor general for Upper Canada
* Cassidy, Michael (1954) - Member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario, Member of the Canadian Parliament, leader of the Ontario New Democratic Party
* Cockburn, James (1833) - QC, Father of Confederation, and Canada's first Speaker of the House of Commons
* Crooks, Adam (1846) - QC, member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario, first Ontario Minister of Education
* Dunlop, Edward (1937) - Founding Chairman of the "Toronto Sun", Member of the Ontario Legislature
* Harrison, Alexander Robert (c. 1851) - QC, DCL, Member of Parliament in the 1st Canadian Parliament as a Conservative member
* Heap, Dan (1943) - NDP Member of Parliament
* Ignatieff, Michael (1965) - Member of Parliament, PhD, noted historian, journalist and analyst
* Kelly, Norm (c. 1959) - Member of Parliament, and Toronto City Councillor
* Lang, Dan - Canadian Senator
* Macaughton, Alan (1921) - OC, PC, QC, LLD, former Speaker of Parliament and Canadian Senator
* McDonald, Donald (1830) - Liberal member of the Senate of Canada from 1867 to 1879
* Wrzesnewskyj, Borys (c. 1978) - Canadian Member of Parliament, owner of Future Bakery restaurants

Ministers

* Agnew, John Hume (c. 1881) - Manitoba Cabinet Minister
* Beatty, Perrin (1968) - PC, Cabinet Minister, and President of the CBC
* Blake, Edward (1850) - PC, Premier of Ontario, Cabinet Minister, Member of the Canadian Parliament, Member of the British Parliament
* Cameron, Matthew Crooks (1838) - OBE, cabinet member of Premier John Sandfield Macdonald andProvincial Secretary and Registrar of Ontario.
* Gordon, Walter L. (1922) - PC, CC, LLD, Minister of Finance, and Chancellor of York University
* Godfrey, John (1961) - PC, PhD, MPhil, Oxford graduate, Minister of State for Infrastructure and Communities, editor of the "Financial Post"
* Graham, Bill (1957) - PC, QC, LLD, former interim Liberal leader.
* Hughes, Sir Samuel (c. 1871) - PC, KCB, Minister of Militia during World War I
* Wilson, Michael (1955) - PC, OC, Minister of Finance, Chairman and CEO of UBS AG, Chancellor of the University of Trinity College, ambassador to the USA

Other

* Conacher, Duff (1982) - Founder of Democracy Watch, and best selling author
* Dalglish, Peter - Founder of Street Kids International
* Douglas, Ian - CM, KStJ, CD, QC, founding President of the Canadian Epilepsy Association, Chairman of the National Board of Governors of the Canadian Corps of Commissionaires
* Druckman, Miles (1982) - Founder of SOS International, named "Global Leader of Tomorrow" by the World Economic Forum
* Gelber, Lionel (1926) - Oxford University graduate, advisor to Prime Minister John Diefenbaker, founder of the Lionel Gelber Prize
* Ibbs, Sir Robin (1942) - KBE Chairman of Lloyd's Bank, senior adviser to British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher
* Lubbock, Eric (c. 1946) - 4th Baron Avebury, Member of the British House of Lords, member of the Liberal Democrats Foreign Affairs Team
* Woods, Ian (1968) - Social activist and publisher
* Ryerson, Stanley Brehaut (c. 1929) - Historian and Communist activist

Religion

* Hutchison, Andrew (1956) - Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada
* McLeod, Dr. Bruce (1946) - Moderator of the United Church of Canada, President of the Canadian Council of Churches

ports

* Allen, Mac (2003) - Professional lacrosse player, NLL Edmonton Rush team member
* Ballard, Harold (c. 1921) - Owner of the Toronto Maple Leafs, Hamilton Tiger-Cats, Maple Leaf Gardens, and Hockey Hall of Fame inductee
* Barry, Michael (1993) - Professional cyclist, member of Lance Armstrong's Discovery Channel Pro Cycling Team
* Cohon, Mark - Director of Corporate and Game Development for MLB International, NBA Vice-President of Business Development, Chair of Ontario Science Centre [http://www.audienceview.com/company/bios.html#mark] [http://ogov.newswire.ca/ontario/GPOE/2005/11/14/c4676.html?lmatch=%E2%8C%A9=_e.html] [http://www.ucc.on.ca/podium/default.aspx?t=204]
* Conacher, Brian (1961) - Member of the 1967 Stanley Cup Toronto Maple Leafs, member of 1964 Olympic Canadian hockey team
* Brown, Sir George McLaren (1880) - Member of the International Olympic Committee
* Elder, James (1953) - OC, 1956 and 1968 Olympics Equestrian gold medalist
* Elkinson, Kilian (2008) - professional soccer player, reserve member of Toronto FC [http://www.theroyalgazette.com/siftology.royalgazette/Article/article.jsp?articleId=7d845d330030031&sectionId=117]
* Evans, Michael (1984) - 1984 Olympics Men's Eight Gold medalist, and Chairman of Goldman Sachs Asia
*Faust, Andre (c. 1987) - Professional hockey player, NHL Philadelphia Flyers team member
* Greening, Colin (2005) - Professional hockey player, NHL Ottawa Senators team member
* Kerr, John (1970) - 1984 Olympics sailing double Bronze medalist
* Lang, Stuart (1970) - Member of the Edmonton Eskimos, winning four Grey Cups
* Mara, George (1941) - CM, captain of the 1948 Olympic gold medal winning Canadian hockey team, Director of Maple Leaf Gardens, and Canada's Sports Hall of Fame inductee
* [http://www.legendsofhockey.net:8080/LegendsOfHockey/jsp/SearchPlayersByTeam.jsp?team=Upper+Canada+College#S McKee, Mike] - Professional hockey player, NHL Quebec Nordiques team member
* [http://www.legendsofhockey.net:8080/LegendsOfHockey/jsp/SearchPlayersByTeam.jsp?team=Upper+Canada+College#S Meredith, Greg] - Professional hockey player, NHL Calgary Flames team member
* Rumble, John Mitchell (1953) - 1956 Olympics equestrian Bronze medalist
* Smythe, Con (1909) - Architect of the NHL, founder of Maple Leaf Gardens, coach of the 1928 Winter Olympics gold medal winning team
* Sokolowski, Howard - Co-Owner, Toronto Argonauts football team
* Spencer, Vic - Founding director of the British Columbia Lions, CFL Hall of Fame inductee, Canadian Football League fullback, founding partner and director of Delta Hotels
* Turner, Pat (1980) - 1984 Olympics mens' eight rowing gold medalist
* Williams, Barney (1996) - 2004 Olympic Games Mens Coxless Four silver medalist
* Willson, Montgomery (1927) - 1932 Winter Olympics figure skating bronze medalist
* Wright, Tom E.S. (1971) - Commissioner of the Canadian Football League, former President of adidas Canada


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