List of people from Caledon, Ontario

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This list of people from Caledon includes people born, raised, or residing later in life in Caledon, Ontario, as well as people whose business in the area is of note. The page includes not only residents of the Town of Caledon, established in 1974, but northern Chinguacousy, Albion Township, Caledon Township, the village of Bolton, and the village of Caledon East.

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William Algie, VC

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Samuel Calvert

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Andrew Evans

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Ray Farquharson

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Jordan Gavaris

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John Houston (left)

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Norman Jewison

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Hiram E. McCallum
Farley Mowat

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  • Organik, Travis Fleetwood, rap battle league owner, Bolton

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Kyle Quincey

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  • Jason Saggo, UFC mixed martial artist
  • Dave Seglins, journalist, Town of Caledon
  • Sever (b. 1988, Skye Sweetnam), singer, Cedar Mills
  • Conn Smythe, sports businessperson, Town of Caledon Walk of Fame inductee
  • Alexey Stakhov, mathematician, inventor, engineer, Bolton
  • John Stevens, hockey player and coach, Town of Caledon
  • Alfred Stork, British Columbia MP, Bolton
  • William Stubbs, veterinarian and MP, Caledon Township
  • Bill Symons, football player, Caledon farm owner
  • Gordon Symons (1921-2012), Lord of Whitehouses, author, poet, painter, and pioneer in the Canadian insurance industry

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Wanless

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Team training for Olympics". The Toronto Star. Toronto ON. 7 February 1984. p. 19 West.
  2. ^ Sokol, Al (28 March 1984). "Some have quit jobs in their quest for an Olympic gold". The Toronto Star. Toronto ON. p. B2.
  3. ^ https://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=1946&dat=19830418&id=5kMwAAAAIBAJ&sjid=OKUFAAAAIBAJ&pg=3733,3220747
  4. ^ Bull, William Perkins (1934). From rattlesnake hunt to hockey : the history of sports in Canada and the sportsmen of Peel, 1798 to 1934. Toronto: The Perkins Bull Foundation. pp. 46–47.
  5. ^ Whitbread, Steve (2 December 2016). "Rick Hansen's Man in Motion tour comes to Caledon". Caledon Enterprise. Retrieved 5 December 2016. Adam Mitchell of Bolton, along with three other musicians called 'The Paupers' have produced a new record which is gaining popularity over several Toronto radio stations. Their hit song is called 'If I Call You By Some Name.'
  6. ^ "Brampton goes to the Games". The Brampton Guardian. Brampton ON. 11 February 2010. Retrieved 7 February 2014.