For his contributions to the development and promotion of corporate governance and ethics standards.
Mary Boyd, C.M.
Blooming Point, Prince Edward Island
For her contributions to the social justice movement, notably by introducing community-based initiatives to fight homelessness, poverty and underemployment.
Rabbi Reuven P. Bulka, C.M.
For his dedicated service to the community, notably in promoting interfaith dialogue, health and humanitarian causes.
Paul J. J. Cavalluzzo, C.M., O.Ont.
For his dedication to the pursuit of social justice in Canada, as a constitutional and labour lawyer.
Edith Cloutier, C.M., C.Q.
Val d'Or, Quebec
For her contributions to improving the lives of urban Aboriginal people, notably through the Native Friendship Centre Movement.
Shelagh Day, C.M.
Vancouver, British Columbia
For her contributions as an advocate and legal scholar, notably in her commitment to women's rights issues in Canada.
Nathalie Des Rosiers, C.M., O.Ont.
For her contributions as a lawyer to the advancement of civil liberties, and for her commitment to promoting French within her profession.
Clare Drake, C.M., A.O.E.
For his contributions as a hockey coach whose innovative coaching techniques have since been applied at the national level.
N. Murray Edwards, C.M.
For his contributions as an entrepreneur, as co-founder and chair of Canadian Natural Resources, and as a philanthropist.
Louise Forand-Samson, C.M., O.Q.
For her contributions to the vitality of Quebec's music scene, as an administrator and concert organizer.
Gaetan Gervais, C.M.
For his contributions to the advancement of the French fact in Ontario, notably as a founder of organizations and as a historian.
Paul Gobeil, C.M.
For his involvement within his community and for his achievements in business.
Edward S. Goldenberg, C.M.
For his contributions to public policy in Canada and for his championing of innovation and research excellence.
Jacques Lacombe, C.M., C.Q.
For his contributions to music as a conductor, artistic director and promoter of works by Canadian composers.
Sylvain Lafrance, C.M.
For his contributions to the advancement of communications and the French language over the course of his career with Radio-Canada.
Diane Lamarre, C.M.
For her leadership within her profession, and for her contributions to the advancement of pharmaceutical care.
Bernard Lucht, C.M.
For his contributions to public broadcasting as a radio producer and for his commitment to providing a forum for intellectual discourse and debate.
Allister MacGillivray, C.M.
Albert Bridge, Nova Scotia
For his contributions as a musician and composer whose songs are widely known for their depictions of Cape Breton and its people.
Patricia Martens, C.M.
For her advancement of population health research and for her contributions to health policy in Manitoba.
Leslie McDonald, C.M.
North Vancouver, British Columbia
For his contributions to the discipline of triathlon, notably for establishing it as an Olympic sport, and for promoting the participation of women in sport.
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