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Five Killam Prizes, each having a value of $100,000, are annually awarded by the Canada Council to eminent Canadian researchers who distinguish themselves in the fields of social, human, natural, or health sciences.
This list is incomplete.
- Werner Israel, University of Alberta, Natural Sciences
- Harry Arthurs, Osgoode Law School at York University, Social Sciences
- Nicolas Georganas, University of Ottawa, Engineering
- Ian Hacking, University of Toronto, Humanities
- Robert Moody, University of Alberta, Natural Sciences
- Lap-Chee Tsui, Hospital for Sick Children/University of Toronto, Health Sciences
- James Arthur, University of Toronto, Natural Sciences
- Will Kymlicka, Queen’s University, Social Sciences
- Jean-Jacques Nattiez, Université de Montréal, Humanities
- Janet Rossant, Samuel Lunenfeld Research Institute, Mount Sinai Hospital and the University of Toronto, Health Sciences
- R. Kerry Rowe, Queen’s University, Engineering
- Ming Li, University of Waterloo, Engineering
- Andreas Mandelis, University of Toronto, Center for Advanced Diffusion-Wave Technologies, Engineering
- Sajeev John, University of Toronto, Natural Sciences
- J.R. (Jim) Miller, University of Saskatoon, Humanities
- Francis Plummer, Public Health Agency of Canada and University of Manitoba, Public Health
- D. R. Fraser Taylor, Carleton University, Social Sciences
- Top Canadian scholars awarded over $1 million. Killam Prize Winners 2015 Canada Council for the Arts. Killam Program.