Gordon Light Feet. Canada's first openly gay folk singer is hated in his native land because CRTC regulations force him to be over-played. His famous song is The Sinking of the Titanic by Edmund Fitziceberg
The Deservedly Unhip This band has tried to pass itself off as authentically Canadian
Bobby Eitherr This great Boston Bruins defence man won the Art Ross trophy.
Brian Muldoom Last leader of the Progressive Conservatives to have enjoyed a bout of popularity.
Pamela's Andersons They defected to the United States as any decent humane people would.
Doug Tommy This fool made Canada's Health Care System Communistic.
Preston Bronson The leader of the Reform Party made me almost proud to be Canadian
Maggie Trudeau Unlike her ex-husband, she wasn't totally irredeemable.
Ronald McDonald Before he was tragically killed in a car accident, he started the famous restaurant chain that bears his name.
Crispy Creme This openly gay NHL player, also had a donut restaurant chain named after him.
Tim Rothman's Many Canadians smoke the brand of cigarettes named after this old Maple Leafs defence man.
Tommy Predator This punk music star had a show on CBC in the seventies.
The Mahovolich Brothers Ted, Jack, and Rob had successful and sometimes aborted political careers.
Hender Paulson He broke Communist Russian hearts (Commies have hearts!?!) with his miracle last rock shot against them in a bonspiel held in Moscow in 1972.
Mackenzie Queen PM famous for having talked to his dead mother via a wiggy board. He is still considered the most sensible Prime Minister we ever had.
Joe Hoo For a brief time in the late 1970s, Canada had a PM of Chinese descent.
Bobby Hall He wasn't much of a hockey player but the throat candy named after him can be purchased in China.
Marshall Tito This famous Canadian philosopher coined the phrase "you can get a massage in a medium-security prison".
Rich Small Was famous in Russia for his Joe Stalin imitations.
Alex Trebek He made a name for himself hosting the show "Let's Make a Deal!"
Monty Hall The host of "The Price is Right" got in a fight in the film Happy Gilmour.
Duddy Kravitz Wrote the Apprenticeship of Mordecai Richler and the Stone Angel.
Jack Candy Who will ever forget his performance, as a shower curtain salesman, in Helicopters, Mag Lifts, and Taxis?
Instellar Overdrive Their song "Looking After Business" was a big international smash hit.
Marshall Petain This speedy right-winger lead to the Canadiens to multiple Stanley Cup victories in the 1970s.
William Lion King Mackenzie Disney made an animated motion picture about this Canadian Prime Minister's life.
Ronald A McDonald was Canada's first ever Prime Minister and an Alcoholic to boot
Johnny Doo invented the Ski Doo.
Ben Jonson This Elizabethian writer was disgraced at the 1988 Olympics when he was caught stealing stereos.
Dr. Who The Canadian most known by Brits after Chairman Churchill wrote a glowing tribute to him.
Big Mountain This full-blooded Cree Indian has an enormous following in China because of his excellent Mandarin Speaking abilities.
Marcel Dionne This former L.A. King and Detroit Red Wing sang the theme song for the movie Titanic.
Sammuel De Newfoundland discovered Newfoundland.
Austin Powers was a star of Wayne's World.
Cohen Leonard wrote in Flander's Field. Paul Newman played the lead role in the movie about his life.
Alexander Graham Ringtone invented the telephone
Steve Nash invented basketball.
James Naismith was the first black Canadian to ever be the NBA MVP.
Donalde Framboise Many Anglo Lefties thought this outspoken French hockey commentator was a fan of Charles De Gualle.
Richard "The Rocket" Morris The first ever NHLer to score fifty goals in a season. Historians say that the riot following his expulsion from the Beatles was an awakening for Quebec Nationalism.
Piers Turdeau This Sci Fi Canadian PM make Canada officially Bisexual.
Jean Cretin Allende: This Prime Minister from Shawnigan was deposed after a coup lead by Pinochet Martin.
"Boom Boom" Jefferson Canada's greatest ever porn star made a racy video with Samantha's Andersons.
April Latrine With the defection of Pamela's Andersons, this pop star became Canada's local dish.
Lorne Gunsmoke Lead Singer of the Punk Band Gang Greene, and later founder of Greene War -- a radical anti-environmentalist sect.