(1948-) Possibly the RASC's most famous member and most active observer. Received the Chant Medal in 1980 and the Simon Newcomb Award in 2002.
(1902-) An active observer in the Montreal Centre; received the Service Award in 1966.
(1892-1970) An active Montreal Centre member and observer (meteor/solar). Received the Chant Medal in 1955. AAVSO president (1967-69).
(1892-1973) A Montreal/Winnipeg/Calgary Centre member with an interest in radio; received the Society's Service Award in 1968.
(1890-1988) An active member of the Montreal and Victoria Centres.
(1904-80) An active observer and Montreal Centre member. Received the Service Award in 1960.
(1936-1999) An active observer and Edmonton Centre member; received the Chant Medal in 1959 at age 23.
(1907-2000) An active member of the Montreal Centre and the driving force behind the observing programs there from the 1940s through the 1960s.
(1894-1988) Professor of Astronomy and Dean of Women at Queen's University (1939-63). She studied Physics under Sir Arthur Eddington and later wrote his biography. President of the Society (1943-44) and founder of the RASC Kingston Centre in 1961.
(1907-76) Director of the David Dunlap Observatory (1951-65), RASC President (1953-54).
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