(1912-99) An active 75-year member of the Toronto Centre. He received the Service Award in 1960.
(1886-1963) Mathematician at U of Manitoba and Western U. Involved with Winnipeg and London Centres.
(1906-67) First President of the Centre Français de Montreal (1947) and an active observer. Received the Chant Medal in 1951.
(1872-1965) An longtime active Victoria Centre member; Service Award 1961.
(1889-1955) Mathematics Professor at U of Alberta; founder of the Edmonton Centre; Society President (1947-48).
(?-1946) Engineer and telescope maker; Edmonton Centre member; Chant Medal 1943.
(1892-1973) A Montreal/Winnipeg/Calgary Centre member with an interest in radio; received the Society's Service Award in 1968.
(1884-1959) Methodist minister and mathematician. He was a Hamilton Centre member and Society President (1945-46).
(1902-97) DO astronomer and Ottawa Centre member; received the Service Award in 1963.
(1861-1937) Professor of Engineering at U of T; Society President (1912-13).
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