Glenn Hawley (b. 1951) has demonstrated leadership over decades in Canadian amateur astronomy. He served in many capacities in the Calgary Centre of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada (RASC) and then on the national RASC Executive, culminating as President (2013–2014).
Harriet Tubman (c. 1822-1913) was a "conductor" on the Underground Railroad. After escaping from slavery herself in Maryland, she escorted more than 300 slaves to freedom in Canada, despite numerous risks to her own life.
Robert J. Weryk (b. 1981) is a researcher at Mount Allison University in Sackville, New Brunswick, who has performed fundamental work on radar and optical measurements of meteors. In particular, his techniques for automatic real-time video detection of meteors are widely used.
Sara Seager (b. 1971) is a professor of physics and planetary science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. An expert and textbook editor in the field of exoplanets, she is also dedicated to innovative and satellite technologies for exoplanet transit and asteroid detections.
Wayne N. Edwards (b. 1977) is a research scientist with the Canadian Hazards Information Service. An expert on seismic and atmospheric infrasound analysis of bolides, he helped analyze the ﬂux and energy of the Chelyabinsk airburst.