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(1865-1941) J.S. Plaskett played a pivotal role in the establishment of astrophysical research in Canada and helped to confirm the rotation rate of the Milky Way. He was an active member of the Ottawa Centre between 1907 and 1918, acted as an Associate Editor of the Journal for 28 years, and Society President (1914-15).
(?-1985) An active member of the Hamilton Centre; received the Service Award in 1984.
(1925-91) An active observer and member of the Toronto Centre; founding editor of 'Scope; received the Service Award in 1972.
(1913-86) Piano teacher and author. An active member of the St. John's Centre; received the Service Award in 1977.
(1914-2005) A doctor and active Winnipeg Centre member; meteor and solar observer. Received Service Award in 1971.
(1900-84) Hamilton Centre member; received Service Award in 1972.
(1904-90) Observer and Toronto Centre member. Received the Service Award in 1979.
(1911-1997) Owner/operator of the Shinn Conservatory of Music; Planetarium Director at the Manitoba Museum of Man and Nature. Winnipeg Centre member; Service Award (1978); National Newsletter editor (1978-80).
(1922-73) Quebec/CFM member; received the Service Award in 1967, served as Society President (1970-72).
(1820-1905) D.C.L., Q.C. Served as Vice President of the Society (1892-94), and President (1895).