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Gigantic Book of Famous Canadians Brought to you by the 804 class of 2005 ___________________________ Celebrating Our People
Index 1)LLord Stanley of Preston 2)Tommy Douglas 3)Wayne Gretzky 4)Pierre Elliot Trudeau 5)David Suzuki 6)James Cameron 7)Billy Bishop 8)James Naismith 9)Peter Gzowski 10)Sir John A. MacDonald 11)Nellie McClung 12)Rene Levesque 13)The Group of Seven 14)Tim Horton 15)Joseph Howe 16) Sir Sanford Fleming 17) Don Cherry 18) Jean Vanier 19) Terry Fox 20) John Candy 21) Dr. Wilder Penfield 22) K.C. Irving 23) Elizabeth Arden 24) Roberta Bondar 25) Leonard Cohen 26) Stompin Tom Connors 27) Louis Riel 28) Glenn Gould 29) Farley Mowat 30) Geddy Lee
Lord Stanley of Preston ( ) Sir Frederick Arthur Stanley Image courtesy of Library and Archives Canada Image is in the public domain
Lord Stanley of Preston Sir Frederick Arthur Stanley, the 16th Earl of Derby, (Lord Stanley of Preston) was born in London, England on January 15, Was schooled at famous Eton College and Sandhurst. Married Lady Constance Villiers, daughter of the Earl of Clarendon and had ten children. Many of them became fond of the game of hockey in Canada. He died June 14, 1908
Governor General ( ) The Governor General serves as the representative of the Canadian Monarch (king or queen). The queen at the time was Queen Victoria. Since the establishment of the Dominion of Canada in 1867; the Governor General has remained as a symbolic representative of the Crown and of the British Government, while actual political power is given to the Prime Minister of Canada. Since Canada is a constitutional monarchy, the Governor General's role is almost always limited to ceremonial and public relation functions but the position is also a significant symbol and reminder of Canadas connection to Great Britain. The monarch appoints the Governor General on the advice of the Prime Minister of Canada. From 1867 to 1952, every Governor General was a subject of the United Kingdom. After this date the position was filled by Canadians and became officially the Canadian Governor General and now the Prime-Minister forwards one recommended name and is appointed.
Stanley Peak Stanley Peak is a mountain located in the Northeastern section of Kootenay National Park 3,155 metres (10,352 feet) Image courtesy of Wikipedia Photographer: RedWolf Permission granted under Creative Commons
Lifetime Accomplishments Lord Stanley was ranked 95th in the 100 Greatest Canadians survey done by the CBC in 2004 as a nationwide poll He was knighted in the Most Noble Order of the Garter He was a Knight Grand Cross in the Order of the Bath Was a Knight Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order The famous Stanley Park in Vancouver, British Columbia is named after him. Stanley Peak in British Columbia (mountain) is also named after him Member of the British House of Commons ( ) Appointed as the Secretary of State for the Colonies ( ) Became Baron Stanley of Preston in 1886 Served as the Governor General of Canada ( ) Donated the most famous trophy in hockey in 1892, the Stanley Cup. Succeeded his father as 16 th Earl of Derby in April, 1893 and left Canada Was voted into the Canadian Hockey Hall of Fame as a Builder in 1945.
Stanley Park Stanley Park is a 4 km² (1 000 acres) park located near downtown Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The park is the third largest urban park in North America, featuring many huge Douglas-fir, Western Redcedar, and Western Hemlock trees. On September 27, 1888 the park was officially opened Image courtesy of GoogleEarth
The Stanley Cup "I have for some time been thinking that it would be a good thing if there were a challenge cup which should be held from year to year by the champion hockey team in the Dominion of Canada. There does not appear to be any such outward sign of a championship at present, and considering the general interest which matches now elicit, and the importance of having the game played fairly and under rules generally recognized, I am willing to give a cup which shall be held from year to year by the winning team." Images courtesy of Library and Archives Canada Images are in the public domain
The Stanley Cup In 1892, Lord Stanley donated a decorative silver cup to be presented to the best team in Canadian amateur hockey. It was originally called the Dominion Hockey Challenge Cup. This cup is now known as the Stanley Cup and is the most important award in professional hockey. It was awarded for the first time in 1893 to the Montreal Wanderers of the Montreal AAA system of the Amateur Hockey Association (AHA) Prior to the 1917 the Stanley Cup was a challenge cup. After 1917 it was awarded to the champions of the National Hockey League. The first winner of the Stanley Cup as NHL champions were the Toronto Arenas in when they defeated the Vancouver Millionaires Lord Stanley's name is a fitting tribute to his encouragement and love of outdoor life and sport in Canada. In recognition of this, Lord Stanley was inducted into the Canadian Hockey Hall of Fame in the Honoured Builders category Image courtesy of Wikipedia Photographer: Alexey Chernyadyev Permission granted under Creative Commons
Lord Stanley made some rules for the trophy and how the winner was to be decided. Here are some of those rules: The Cup acted as the league championship of the league that the champion belonged in The Cup was not the property of any given team at any given time. The Cup champions have the responsibility to return the Cup in good condition when required by the trustees. The Cup champions could add a silver ring to the Cup to commemorate their Cup victory Images courtesy of Library and Archives Canada Images are in the public domain
Reference List Hockey Hall of Fame (04/11/05) The Earl of Derby (Lord Stanley of Preston) (04/11/05) Legends of Hockey–The Legends-Honoured Builder–Lord Stanley of Preston (04/11/05) age=bio Lord Stanleys Cup (04/11/05) Frederick Stanley, 16 th Earl of Derby – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (04/11/05) Governor General of Canada - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (04/11/05) Greatest Canadian Top 100 (04/11/05) CBC.ca – the Greatest Canadian Top 100 N-Z (04/11/05) Images courtesy of Library and Archives Canada Images are in the public domain