Born July 4, 1816 Died January 12, 1899 Hiram Walker built the Windsor Distillery and Flouring Mill in 1859 later to become Hiram Walker and Sons Ltd. He introduced Canadian Club whisky in 1884.
aka R.B. Bennett R.B. Bennett served as the 11th Prime Minister of Canada during the worst of the Great Depression years. Following his defeat as prime minister, Bennett moved to England, and was elevated to the House of Lords.”;” June … Continued
Born: 1 February 1923 Died: 17 October 2008 (Jewish General Hospital, Montreal) Interred: Victorian Cemetery Association, de la savane WEIDER, BEN February 1, 1923 – October 17, 2008Ben Weider, sports leader, scholar, businessman, and philanthropist, known and honored worldwide for … Continued
aka Bob Probert Born June 5, 1965 Windsor, ON. Died July 5, 2010 Windsor ON “He was tough guy who played smart hockey.”“The long-time Detroit Red Wing – who happens to have been the last player to have scored a … Continued
Ernest Armstrong McCulloch was a cellular biologist, co-discoverer of the existence of stem cells. Born in Toronto, Ontario April 27, 1926; died there January 20, 2011. McCulloch was educated at the University of Toronto. He is interred at Mount Pleasant … Continued
Date of Birth1897-04-23Place of birth:Newton Brook (Toronto), Ontario Date of Death1972-12-27Place of death:Ottawa, Ontario Also known as Mike Pearson Lester B. Pearson was the fourteenth Prime Minister of Canada from 1963 to 1968. He was also awarded the Nobel Prize … Continued
Peter Zezel spent 15 years in the NHL from 1984 to 1999. He finished his career playing 873 games, scoring 219 goals and 389 assists, with a total of 608 points. Zezel was laid to rest in Pine Hills Cemetery, … Continued