|Born||April 16, 1910
|Died||April 16, 2004
Harry Mayerovitch (born on April 16, 1910 in Montreal, Canada, died there on April 16, 2004), was a Canadian architect, artist, illustrator, author and cartoonist. He was known for his propaganda posters designed during World War II for Canada's National Film Board. His final published work before his death on his 94th birthday in 2004 was Way to Go, a collection of wordless cartoons published that same year by Drawn and Quarterly Press. 
- Sarah Musgrave (March 2004). "Montreal's slickest senior, Harry Mayerovitch, reflects on his life as an artist, author, architect and accordion player". Montreal Mirror. Retrieved March 1, 2012.