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Saskatchewan Order of Merit

Established in 1985, the Saskatchewan Order of Merit is a prestigious recognition of excellence, achievement and contributions to the social, cultural and economic well being of the province and its residents.  The Order recognizes individuals who have made their mark in such areas as the arts, agriculture, business and industry, community leadership, the occupations or professions, public service, research, and volunteer service.  It takes precedence over all other provincial honours and awards.


1. Saskatchewan Order of Merit

History and National Status

Established in 1985, the Saskatchewan Order of Merit is a prestigious recognition of excellence, achievement and contributions to the social, cultural and economic well being of the province and its residents. The Order recognizes individuals who have made their mark in such areas as the arts, agriculture, business and industry, community leadership, the occupations or progressions, public service, research, and volunteer service. It takes precedence over all other provincial honours and awards.

In 1991 the Government of Canada granted recognition to the Saskatchewan Order of Merit and a place in the national sequence of orders, decorations and medals; immediately after national orders and before national decorations.  By seniority of its establishment, it ranks after l'Ordre national du Québec and before the Order of Ontario, Order of British Columbia, Alberta Order of Excellence, Order of Prince Edward Island, Order of Manitoba, Order of New Brunswick, Order of Nova Scotia, and Order of Newfoundland and Labrador.

This means that recipients of Saskatchewan's Order of Merit are entitled to wear it on national occasions and recipients of Canada's national honours who also receive Saskatchewan honours may wear both in the sequence approved by the Governor General.

Saskatchewan Order of MeritInsignia

The insignia worn by members of the Saskatchewan Order of Merit includes

  • a silver and enamel medal representing a stylized western red lily bearing the Crown and Saskatchewan shield of arms,
  • the provincial motto, Multis e gentibus vires (From many peoples strength), and 
  • a gold and green ribbon, representing the provincial colours.

They also receive a lapel pin representing a stylized lily and bearing the Crown. Each member of the Order receives an official certificate in the form of Letters Patent, sealed with the Great Seal of the Province of Saskatchewan.

These are presented by the Lieutenant Governor at a formal investiture. Members of the Order are entitled to use the post-nominal letters S.O.M.

The Athabasca Gallery on the main floor of the Legislative Building contains the photographic portraits of the members of the Order and the citations read at their investiture.


2. Nomination Criteria and Process

Nomination criteria

Any Canadian citizen who is a current or former long-term resident of Saskatchewan is eligible for nomination for the Saskatchewan Order of Merit.

  • Nominations cannot be accepted for elected members of Parliament or the Legislature or members of the judiciary who are still holding office.
  • Organizations are not eligible, only individuals. 
  • Posthumous nominations are accepted within one year of the date of death.

While nominations are accepted for volunteer or community service, this is only one field of endeavour among many recognized by the Saskatchewan Order of Merit. If your nominee's activities are primarily in the area of community service as a volunteer, we recommend that you consider nominating them for the Saskatchewan Volunteer Medal.

Any individual or group can submit nominations. The Saskatchewan Honours Advisory Council recommends recipients based entirely on the information submitted with the nomination.

Completing the Nomination Form

Only one nomination form is required per nominee.

Please include:

  • Mailing address
  • Email address
  • Telephone number, as well as the nominee's. 
  • Summary statement - briefly explaining the reasons you are nominating this person.
Support letters

Please provide three to six letters from others in support of the nomination, explaining why your nominee is worthy of this honour. Do not exceed six letters. They must be on 8-1/2 x 11" paper, typed or clearly hand-written in dark ink.

Additional Information

You may provide material in support of your nomination. Please see below for acceptable and non-acceptable information.

  • An expanded statement of your reasons for the nomination
  • A biography of the nominee, and/or a list of his or her achievements.

Please ensure that this material is succinct and directly relevant to the nomination. All support materials must be on 8½ x 11" paper, typed, reproduced or clearly hand-written in dark ink.

  • Cassettes
  • Videotapes
  • compact discs
  • photographs
  • albums or newspaper clippings (unless photocopied onto 8-1/2 x 11" paper) as they will be discarded.

Submitting a Nomination

Nominations are accepted year-round; the deadline is November 1.  Nominations received after this date will be held over for consideration the following year. The person submitting the nomination must sign nomination forms.

All information provided to us is confidential and exclusively for the use of the Honours Advisory Council. We ask that you not inform the nominee of his or her nomination.

Submit signed nomination form and materials by:

  • Email
  • Mail
  • Courier; or
  • In-person

Saskatchewan Honours and Awards Program
Protocol Office
113 - 3085 Albert Street

Contact Us
Phone: 306-787-8965
Toll free: 1-877-427-5505
Fax: 306-787-1269

Acknowledgement of Nomination

You will be sent an acknowledgement email upon receipt of your nomination.  Please advise us if you do not receive this email within one month of sending your nomination.

3. Newest Recipients


Murad Al-Katib

Mr. Murad Al-Katib is a passionate entrepreneur and leader in the agriculture industry, with one of the greatest homegrown success stories in Saskatchewan.  Growing up in Davidson, Murad understood the importance of keeping jobs, values and profits at home.  Fifteen years later, as President and Chief Executive Officer of AGT Food and Ingredients, he has opened new and emerging world markets to Saskatchewan producers and created new Saskatchewan jobs.  A fierce advocate of the agriculture industry, his efforts helped pulses become an integral part of Saskatchewan’s economy.  Throughout his career he has stayed fixed on his vision of “From Producer to the World”.  He is a recipient of the 2017 Oslo Business for Peace Award, the 2017 EY World Entrepreneur of the Year, and the 2016 Global Citizen Laureate by the UN for food for Syrian refugees. 

Mr. Al-Katib’s philanthropic efforts and entrepreneurial spirit benefit people far beyond Saskatchewan’s borders.  Based on a corporate philosophy that he refers to as “compassionate entrepreneurialism”, Murad has demonstrated a genuine commitment to assisting countries struggling under political and social unrest.  Last year AGT Food and Ingredients, in partnership with the United Nations, the Red Cross and other non-governmental organizations provided food parcels to families in need in Syria, Iraq and other countries.  It is estimated these food parcels have fed approximately 15 million refugees.  Through his vision and innovation, his outstanding work will help Saskatchewan succeed in our efforts to achieve global food security.


June Avivi  

Mrs. June Avivi is an important role model for all Saskatchewan citizens.  She dedicates countless hours to various organizations and causes without any need for recognition.  Her dedication and commitment to creating a better quality of life for some of the province’s most vulnerable citizens is nothing short of admirable.  A retired teacher, Mrs. Avivi’s commitment has helped make it possible for Saskatchewan students to grow up learning about diversity and acceptance.  She continues to be a dedicated and committed leader and mentor for Holocaust education, the Jewish community, the Saskatchewan Association for Community Living, the Valley View Centre Family Group and the Transition Steering Committee.

Mrs. Avivi has worked with individuals with intellectual disabilities, Early Childhood Education Council, the Congregation Agudas Israel Synagogue and the Canadian Jewish Congress.  She has proven herself to be the finest example of a dedicated, caring, hard-working and proactive volunteer.  She has been involved in the Silver Spoon Dinner, a gala fundraising event for women whose efforts contribute to the Jewish Community, Saskatoon Interval House, Ronald McDonald House and the Saskatoon Crisis Nursery.  Mrs. Avivi is a career giver whose goodness and commitment have left indelible footprints on our community. 


Martha Cole

Ms. Martha Cole was born and raised in Saskatchewan.  Having traveled and studied world-wide, she has chosen to make her home in the province.  She defines herself as a landscape-based artist whose roots are deeply buried in Saskatchewan soil.  She immortalized iconic Saskatchewan elevators before they were torn down and lost forever.  By mentoring and teaching fellow artists, she is a testament to her unselfish dedication to the craft.  Widely exhibited and collected, Ms. Cole has established a significant reputation provincially, nationally and internationally as a master fibre artist.

Ms. Cole has presented skills-based workshops, positively impacting hundreds of individuals from across the province and nationally by her knowledge, openness and ability to engage and inspire.  Her work has been exhibited throughout Canada and internationally in both solo and group exhibitions, including venues in the United States and Japan.  Ms. Cole’s work is driven by her environmental concerns and by her connection to the Saskatchewan landscape.  In 2010, she was instrumental in the organization of a touring exhibition All Beings Confluence, a collaborative project consisting of 250 fabric panels submitted by numerous artists.  The exhibition has toured to 35 venues in Canada and the United States.


Roland Crowe

Mr. Roland Crowe was born a member of the Piapot First Nation – Treaty 4 Territory, later becoming Councillor and then spent six years as Chief.  He went on to be Vice-Chief and then Chief of the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations, today known as the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN).  Over his career, he worked to improve housing conditions and played a key role in the development of new training and employment strategies, securing new funding for First Nations people in Saskatchewan.

Mr. Crowe’s term as Chief resulted in completion of a “Hunting-Fishing-Gathering” Act of the FSIN, which was an important step in the application of First Nations Treaty rights, jurisdiction and management in the area of wildlife resources.  Roland spearheaded the historic 1992 Treaty Land Entitlement Agreement, resulting in the addition of 1.6 million acres to First Nations land base.  A foundational agreement on gaming with the province was one of his last achievements with the FSIN, resulting in 1,800 jobs, over 1,100 of which were First Nations people, in the gaming industry and major wealth creation for First Nations.  Mr. Crowe demonstrates one of the finest aspects of First Nations culture, which is to care and share.  His long service and tireless efforts have resulted in major, positive benefits for his people and for the First Nations of Saskatchewan and Canada, which will have a lasting impact on the lives of his people for generations to come.  Mr. Crowe truly exemplifies the values and aspirations of all Saskatchewan people.


Rod Gantefoer

Mr. Rod Gantefoer was born in Watson, is a long-time resident of Saskatchewan, and is proud to call the province home.  He has served on various boards and committees, was a founding member of the Saskatchewan Party, and served as the Minister of Finance and the Government House Leader.  STARS Air Ambulance would not be in Saskatchewan if it were not for his countless hours spent building partnerships, developing fundraising initiatives and working with the community, donors and government in order to bring STARS Air Ambulance to the province.  He has helped make it the successful program it is today, with bases in Regina and Saskatoon, providing the sick and injured with life-saving transport.  In addition to his work with STARS, Mr. Gantefoer is involved with Parkinson Canada, with the hope of advancing a comprehensive approach to care for those with the disease – a cause that is near and dear to his heart.

Mr. Gantefoer was the founding President and Chairman of Plains Poultry, today known as Lilydale Foods.  His work in agriculture, philanthropy and politics has allowed him to cultivate a strong community presence and directly impact and improve the health, safety and quality of Saskatchewan citizens.  He has dedicated his life to building a strong and prosperous Saskatchewan.  Mr. Gantefoer continues to play a key role in keeping families and communities together and helping save lives. 


Paul J. Hill, C.M.

Mr. Paul J. Hill has provided distinguished business and community leadership in Saskatchewan throughout his career.  As Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, he is the third generation in the Hill family to lead The Hill Companies in Regina.  He has uniquely focused his significant philanthropic effort on the importance of education to raise people out of poverty and give them a successful start in the world.  As a member of the Order of Canada, he embodies the Order’s motto DESIDERANTES MELIOREM PATRIAM (They desire a better country).  He gives his time, talent and financial support for the good of others, particularly in his local community.

In 1994, Mr. Hill chaired the first major fundraising campaign for the University of Regina, which raised more than $20 million.  In 2007, he made a major commitment to the Paul J. Hill School of Business at the University of Regina, which included an enhancement of many programs, student support and a partnership with The Ivey School of Business at Western University.  In 2011, together with the Jesuit community, he and his wife Carol as well as many others established the Mother Teresa Middle School in Regina which is focused on bringing under-privileged children out of poverty by giving them the tools to succeed in their lives.  The program is a full eleven year program which includes high school and post-secondary right up until the first job.  This is the first Nativity Miguel program in Canada and has inspired the same program to open in Winnipeg.  Additional support for students in need goes to those attending Campion College in Regina, the Hill Business School, The Ivey School of Business, The Athol Murray College of Notre Dame and teacher training at St. Mary’s University in Calgary. 

Being an engaged citizen who cares about the disadvanted, Paul Hill embodies the values that we all seek to promote in building a just and compassionate society. 


The Honourable Robert Laing

The Honourable Robert Laing, former Chief Justice of the Court of Queen’s Bench, is recognized for his many contributions to the justice system in the province of Saskatchewan.  A former member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police following graduation from the University of Saskatchewan, College of Law, he quickly rose to the top of the legal profession where he was known as a “lawyers’ lawyer”.  Mr. Laing was inducted as a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, a distinction which is by invitation only.

As Chief Justice, Mr. Laing played a leadership role in promoting access to justice, including spearheading a total overhaul of the Queen’s Bench Rules of Court to make court proceedings more efficient and understandable.  While Chief Justice, he was responsible for the long-needed renovation of the Saskatoon Court of Queen’s Bench Court House.  In addition to his contribution to the legal community, he supports the people of Saskatoon through his work with numerous boards and committees.  During his years of practice, he was one of the most well-respected litigation lawyers in the province.  He is a former Bencher and served as the President of the Law Society of Saskatchewan.


Dr. Roberta McKay

Dr. Roberta McKay is the epitome of a highly-engaged community leader who demonstrates excellence, achievement and significant contribution to the social, cultural and economic well-being of Saskatchewan residents.  She has dedicated a lifetime, as a leader in the Saskatchewan medical community as well as a keen advocate for the arts.

Dr. McKay is a respected dermatologist and renowned as a patron of the arts and cultural community in Regina and southern Saskatchewan.  Her philanthropic efforts generously support the Hospitals of Regina Foundation, the Saskatchewan Health Excellence Awards, Regina Transition House, Regina Rescue Mission, the Salvation Army Waterston House, the Salvation Army Grace Hospice, the Mayor’s Arts and Business Awards, the Regina Symphony Orchestra, the Regina Music Festival, the Moustache Bash for the Prostate Assessment Centre, the College Avenue Renewal Project for the University of Regina, and the Emerging Designer Award for Saskatchewan Fashion Week. 

Dr. McKay’s passion for the well-being, cultural growth, and diversity of Saskatchewan people is borne from her belief that it is her responsibility to give back to community.


Robert Mitchell, Q.C. (Posthumous)

Mr. Robert Mitchell, former Attorney General of Saskatchewan, was one of the province’s most distinguished citizens.  He served the people of Saskatchewan as a member of the Legislative Assembly and a member of Cabinet.  Mr. Mitchell served as a labour arbitrator and a negotiator of First Nations Self-Government agreements.  Prior to his retirement, he served as Chair of the Province’s Public Complaints Commission.  He was highly regarded for his thoughtful, respectful approaches to governance, as well as understanding the needs of the people of Saskatchewan.  He was mindful of his responsibilities as a citizen and aspired to create a stronger, more inclusive and caring society. Mr. Mitchell’s achievements as Attorney General in developing timely, less contentious ways of resolving disputes were national “firsts”.  His effort to expand capacity and create programs and services for First Nations within the justice system was groundbreaking.  His leadership style, which emphasized collaboration and a “cross departmental” approach on Indigenous issues, was recognized nationally.  Mr. Mitchell’s work with the Public Complaints Commission was recognized by the Canadian Association for Civilian Oversight of Law Enforcement naming its national award in his honour and making him its inaugural recipient.  Robert Mitchell worked tirelessly throughout his career, with civility and consideration of others and with patience and humility, to build a better province.

Brigadier General (Ret'd) Clifford Walker, C.D.

Brigadier General (Ret’d) Cliff Walker represents one of the finest examples of leadership that our province has produced, a leader from whom the people of Saskatchewan and Canada have benefitted greatly.  He has served as educator, soldier, businessman, volunteer, supporter of the First Nations community and champion of military veterans.  Brigadier General Walker was one of only a few generals in the Canadian military from Saskatchewan.  He has trained and mentored people to become leaders themselves and is a role model for the ‘servant-leader’ – putting others first and devoting himself to others’ welfare.

During his teaching career he led and inspired students at the high school and university level to excel; many of his former students are teachers today.  Brigadier General Walker is a founding partner of the Bold Eagle Program, developing leadership in First Nations youth and helping them to create a vision for their futures.  He was the Chief Executive Officer and later Chairman of the Board of the Corps of Commissionaires, and is President of the Saskatchewan War Memorial Committee.  As a senior commander in Canada’s military and a long-time educator, Brigadier General Walker has set the example and contributed enormously to Saskatchewan’s youth and the leadership of young Canadians.


4. Previous Recipients


  • Hilda Allen, S.O.M., C.D.A. (1906-1986)
  • Dr. Mildred Baldwin, S.O.M. (1908-1999) 
  • Jacob A. Brown, C.M., S.O.M. (1926-1992) 
  • The Honourable T.C. Douglas, P.C., C.C., S.O.M. (1904-1986) 
  • Dr. Frederick J. Gathercole, S.O.M. (1908-1993) 
  • Allen Sapp, O.C., S.O.M. (1928-2015)
  • George C. Solomon, C.M., S.O.M., LL.D. (1913-1994) 
  • Dr. Phyllis L. Steele, C.M., S.O.M. (1910-1988)


  • Dr. Saul Cohen, S.O.M. (1921-2008)
  • The Honourable Sylvia O. Fedoruk, O.C., S.O.M., D.Sc., LL.D., D.Hum.L. (1927-2012) 
  • Lyell A. Gustin, S.O.M., LL.D. (1895-1988) 
  • Christian T. Sutter, C.M., S.O.M. (1919-2014) 
  • Phyllis Tinney, S.O.M. (1942-2004)


  • Dr. John H. Archer, O.C., S.O.M. (1914-2004)
  • Angus Bear, S.O.M. (1907-1988) 
  • Dorothy Knowles, C.M., S.O.M., LL.D. 
  • Ted Ohlsen, S.O.M.
  • Lillian Seifert, S.O.M. (1911-1998)


  • The Honourable E.M. Culliton, C.C., S.O.M.,Q.C., D.C.L. (1906-1991)
  • Marguerite Gallaway, C.M., S.O.M., LL.D. 
  • Violet Margaret Jackson Hoag, S.O.M. (1911-2000) 
  • W. Harold Horner, S.O.M., LL.D. (1911-2007) 
  • Alpha Lafond, S.O.M. (1926-2000) 
  • George H. Morris, O.C., S.O.M., LL.D. (1904-1989)


  • E.N. (Ted) Azevedo, S.O.M. (1916-2004)
  • Willa A. Haughton, S.O.M. (1908-2004) 
  • Edward A. Rawlinson, S.O.M., F.C.A. (1917-1992) 
  • Anne Szumigalski, S.O.M. (1922-1999) 
  • Arthur L. Wallman, S.O.M. (1928-2011)


  • Dr. Frederick T. Cenaiko, C.M., S.O.M. (1926–2012)
  • Reta Cowley, S.O.M. (1910-2004) 
  • Dr. Burton M. Craig, S.O.M. (1918-1997) 
  • Walter C. Nelson, S.O.M. 
  • Ann M. Sudom, S.O.M.


  • Dr. Ronald DePauw, C.M., S.O.M.
  • Yvonne Hassett, S.O.M. 
  • Dr. Louis Horlick, O.C., S.O.M., F.R.C.P.(C) (1921-2012) 
  • The Honourable F.W. Johnson, O.C., S.O.M., Q.C. (1917-1993) 
  • Annie Johnstone, S.O.M. (1899-1994) 
  • Emmie Oddie, C.M., S.O.M. (1916- 2013)


  • George R. Bothwell, S.O.M. (1916-1996)
  • Chief Samuel Bunnie, S.O.M. (1945-2004) 
  • John V. Hicks, S.O.M., D.Litt. (1907-1999) 
  • Dr. C. Stuart Houston, O.C., S.O.M., D.Litt., F.R.C.P.(C) 
  • Ida M. Petterson, S.O.M. (1912-1999)


  • Marjorie Sinclair Butterworth, S.O.M. (1902-2004)
  • David G. Greyeyes, C.M., S.O.M. (1914-1996) 
  • Dr. Orville K. Hjertaas, C.M., S.O.M. (1917-1998) 
  • Ruth Pawson, S.O.M. (1908-1994)
  • Earl W. Peters, S.O.M. (1910-1993) 
  • Dr. Ali H. Rajput, O.C., S.O.M.


  • Robert R. Ferguson, C.M., S.O.M., LL.D. (1917-2006)
  • Christine (Willy) Hodgson, C.M., S.O.M. (1935-2003) 
  • Dr. George F. Ledingham, S.O.M., LL.D. (1911-2006) 
  • William Perehudoff, C.M., S.O.M. (1918- 2013) 
  • Dr. William A. Riddell, O.C., S.O.M. (1905-2000) 
  • Carole Sanderson, C.M., S.O.M. (1939-2013)


  • Dr. Lloyd I. Barber, C.C., S.O.M. (1932-2011)
  • Dr. Elisabeth H. Pasztor Brandt, S.O.M. (1922-1999) 
  • The Reverend Robert Ogle, O.C., S.O.M. (1928-1998) 
  • Victor H. Pearsall, S.O.M. (1915 – 2011) 
  • Theresa Stevenson, C.M., S.O.M. 
  • Edward K. (Ted) Turner, C.M., S.O.M., LL.D.


  • Angus Campbell, C.M., S.O.M. (1917-2002)
  • Dr. Howard Leyton-Brown, C.M., S.O.M., D.F.C. (1918-2017)
  • Dr. Morris C. Shumiatcher, O.C., S.O.M., S.J.D., Q.C. (1917-2004) 
  • Dr. J.W.T. Spinks, C.C., S.O.M., M.B.E. (1908-1997) 
  • Tillie Taylor, S.O.M.(1922-2011)


  • Boyd M. Anderson, C.M., S.O.M., LL.D. (1920-2016)
  • Margaret Belcher, S.O.M. (1920-2003) 
  • Carol Gay Bell, C.M., S.O.M. 
  • Victor Cicansky, C.M., S.O.M. 
  • Dr. Stirling McDowell, S.O.M. (1931-2002) 
  • R. Ross Pinder, S.O.M. (1918-2004)


  • Isabelle Butters, C.M., S.O.M.
  • Dr. Constantine A. Campbell, C.M., S.O.M. 
  • Roger C. Carter, O.C., S.O.M., Q.C., LL.M., LL.D. (1922-2009) 
  • John Green, C.M., S.O.M., Q.C. (1915-2007) 
  • Savella Stechishin, C.M., S.O.M., D.C.L. (1904-2002)


  • Dr. Marc A. Baltzan, O.C., S.O.M. (1929-2005)
  • Frederick W. Hill, C.M., S.O.M., D.F.C. (1920-2008) 
  • Gordon S. MacMurchy, S.O.M. (1925-2005) 
  • H. Frances Morrison, S.O.M. (1918 – 2011) 
  • The Honourable Pamela Wallin, O.C., S.O.M., D.Litt. 
  • The Honourable Dr. Stephen Worobetz, O.C., S.O.M., M.C., LL.D. (1914-2006) 
  • Clifford E. Wright, O.C., S.O.M., LL.D. (1927-2014)


  • The Honourable Allan E. Blakeney, P.C., O.C., S.O.M., Q.C., D.C.L.,F.R.S.C. (1925-2011)
  • Lorne Dietrick, S.O.M. (1915-2005) 
  • Bill Hanson, S.O.M. (1925-2012) 
  • Robert N. Hinitt, C.M., S.O.M. (1926-2011) 
  • Ruth Horlick, S.O.M. (1919-2015)
  • Dr. Krishna Kumar, C.M., S.O.M. (1931-2014) 
  • Sandra Schmirler, S.O.M. (1963-2000) (posthumous) 
  • Fred L. Wagman, S.O.M.


  • The Honourable Dr. Lynda M. Haverstock, C.M., S.O.M., LL.D. (Ex-Officio)
  • His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales, K.G., K.T., G.C.B., O.M., S.O.M., C.D., A.D.C. (Honorary Membership) 
  • Neil Jahnke, S.O.M. (1942-2012) 
  • M.L. (Peggy) McKercher, C.M., S.O.M., LL.D. 
  • Dr. Lalita Malhotra, C.M., S.O.M. 
  • Kenneth Mitchell, C.M., S.O.M. 
  • Dr. Geoffrey Pawson, C.M., S.O.M. (1938-2012) 
  • Jacqui Shumiatcher, S.O.M., LL.D. 
  • Dr. Ernest G. Walker, C.M., S.O.M.


  • Nahid Ahmad, S.O.M.
  • Joseph (Joe) Fafard, O.C., S.O.M. 
  • Claude Petit, C.M., S.O.M., C.D. 
  • Roger Phillips, O.C., S.O.M., F.Inst.P. (1939-2013)
  • William (Bill) Small, S.O.M. (1927-2010) 
  • Dr. Charles (Red) Williams, C.M., S.O.M. (1925-2018)


  • Dr. Lorne Babiuk, O.C., S.O.M.
  • Margaret Cugnet, S.O.M. 
  • Bernard Michel, S.O.M. 
  • The Honourable Roy Romanow, P.C., O.C., S.O.M., Q.C., LL.B., LL.D., D.U. 
  • Jack Sures, C.M., S.O.M. 
  • Guy Vanderhaeghe, O.C., S.O.M.


  • Byrna Barclay, S.O.M.
  • Lorne Carrier, S.O.M. 
  • Dr. Dennis Kendel, S.O.M. 
  • Dr. John McLeod, S.O.M. 
  • Suzanne Claire Olaski, S.O.M. (1944-2016)
  • Dr. Rajendra Sharma, S.O.M. 
  • Gordon W. Staseson, C.M., S.O.M., LL.D.


  • Freda Ahenakew, C.M., S.O.M., LL.D. (1932-2011)
  • Donald W. Black, C.M., S.O.M. 
  • Maria Campbell, O.C., S.O.M., LL.D. 
  • Irène Fournier Chabot, C.M., S.O.M. (1931-2018)
  • Dr. James Dosman, O.C., S.O.M., F.R.C.P. (C), F.R.S.C., F.C.A.H.S. 
  • Dr. Bryan L. Harvey, O.C., S.O.M., F.R.A.I.C. 
  • Lusia Pavlychenko, S.O.M. (1933-2012) 
  • Joseph Pettick, S.O.M., LL.D., F.R.A.I.C. (1924-2010) 
  • Garnet (Sam) Richardson, S.O.M. (1933-2016)
  • John Francis (Frank) Roy, S.O.M., LL.D. 
  • Dr. Aruna (Annu) Lakdawala Thakur, S.O.M. 
  • The Most Reverend V. James Weisgerber, S.O.M., O.M., D.D.


  • The Honourable Dr. Gordon L. Barnhart, S.O.M. (Ex-Officio)
  • His Royal Highness The Earl of Wessex, K.G., K.C.V.O., S.O.M., A.D.C. (Honorary Membership) 
  • Calvin Abrahamson, O.C., S.O.M., C.D.A. 
  • Anna Ingham, C.M., S.O.M. (1911 - 2013) 
  • Dr. David Kaplan, C.M., S.O.M. (1923-2015)
  • Lester Lafond, S.O.M. 
  • Dr. William Waiser, S.O.M., F.R.S.C.


  • The Very Reverend Dr. Walter H. Farquharson, S.O.M., D.D.
  • Dr. D. Michael Jackson, C.V.O., S.O.M., C.D. 
  • Donald C. Kerr, S.O.M. 
  • Dr. Reuben John Mapletoft, S.O.M. 
  • James V. Scarrow, S.O.M. 
  • Cora F. Thomson, S.O.M. 
  • Brian D. Towriss, S.O.M.


  • The Honourable Edward D. Bayda, S.O.M., Q.C., LL.D. (1931-2010)
  • Dr. Eli Bornstein, S.O.M. 
  • Dr. Elizabeth Brewster, C.M., S.O.M. (1922-2012) 
  • Elder Antoine (Tony) E. Cote, S.O.M. 
  • L. Irene Dubé, S.O.M., LL.D. 
  • Leslie D. Dubé, S.O.M., LL.D. 
  • Bob Ellard, S.O.M. 
  • Gavin Semple, S.O.M.


  • Casimir J. Broda, S.O.M. (1929-2016)
  • Dr. Sharon A. Butala, O.C., S.O.M., LL.D. 
  • Dr. Donald Grant Devine, S.O.M., F.A.I.C. 
  • Elder Alma Kytwayhat, S.O.M. (1942-2011) 
  • Harold H. MacKay, O.C., S.O.M., Q.C., LL.B., LL.D., F.AIC 
  • Jack MacKenzie, S.O.M. 
  • Dr. David Millar, S.O.M. 
  • Arne F. Petersen, S.O.M. 
  • Linda K. Rudachyk, S.O.M. 
  • Lorne Scott, C.M., S.O.M. 
  • William Shurniak, S.O.M., LL.D. 
  • Geoffrey Ursell, S.O.M.


  • Maurice (Mo) Bundon, S.O.M.
  • Donald E. Kramer, S.O.M., LL.D. 
  • Dr. Janice MacKinnon, C.M., S.O.M. 
  • Dr. J.D. (Jack) Mollard, O.C., S.O.M. (1924-2017) 
  • Elizabeth Raum, S.O.M. 
  • Dr. Douglas A. Schmeiser, S.O.M., Q.C. 
  • Myrna F. Yuzicapi, S.O.M.


  • Chief Darcy M. Bear, S.O.M.
  • Joseph L. Bourgault, S.O.M. 
  • Dr. Edward F. G. Busse, S.O.M., F.R.C.P.S.(C) 
  • Ronald Carson, S.O.M.
  • Malcolm Jenkins, S.O.M. 
  • Courtney Milne, S.O.M. (1943-2010) posthumous 
  • Dr. Karim W. Nasser, S.O.M. 
  • Shirley Schneider, S.O.M. 
  • Ruth Smillie, S.O.M.


  • The Honourable Vaughn Solomon Schofield, S.O.M., S.V.M (Ex-Officio)
  • Raymond E. Ahenakew, S.O.M. 
  • Bruce W. Beatty, C.M., S.O.M., C.D. (1922-2011) posthumous 
  • Sandra L. Birdsell, C.M., S.O.M. 
  • Dr. Barbara Keirnes Young, S.O.M. 
  • W. Thomas Molloy, O.C., S.O.M., Q.C., LL.B., LL.D. 
  • Dr. Brian G. Rossnagel, S.O.M. 
  • David A. Thauberger, C.M., S.O.M.
  • Brett Wilson, C.M., S.O.M., LL.D.


  • Dr. Richard B. Baltzan, O.C., S.O.M., F.R.C.P. (C)
  • John V. Cross, S.O.M. 
  • May Henderson, S.O.M. 
  • Grant J. Kook, S.O.M., C.Dir. 
  • Dr. J.R. (Jim) Miller, S.O.M., F.R.S.C. 
  • Dr. George R. Reed, C.M., S.O.M., LL.D. 
  • Arthur Tsuneo Wakabayashi, C.M., S.O.M.


  • Jack Brodsky, S.O.M.
  • The Reverend Lorne Calvert, S.O.M.
  • Dr. Wilfred Arthur Keller, S.O.M.
  • Anne Luke, M. Ed., S.O.M., LL.D.
  • The Honourable William (Bill) McKnight, P.C., S.O.M., LL.D.
  • Yvette Moore, S.O.M.
  • Maestro Victor Sawa, S.O.M.
  • Ellen Schmeiser, S.O.M., Q.C.
  • Dr. David E. Smith, O.C., S.O.M., F.R.S.C.
  • Henry Woolf, S.O.M., LL.D.


  • Jo Anne Bannatyne-Cugnet, S.O.M.
  • Valerie Creighton, S.O.M.
  • Steve Dechka, S.O.M.
  • Keith Downey, O.C., F.R.S.C., S.O.M.
  • Isabelle Impey, S.O.M.
  • George Lafond, S.O.M.
  • Eldon McIntyre, S.O.M.
  • Wilf Perreault, S.O.M.
  • Gordon Rawlinson, C.M., S.O.M.

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