Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame will induct its Class of 2016 on Tuesday, November 1 during a gala in Toronto, Ontario presented by Canadian Tire.
The day’s celebrations will begin with the official presentation of the inductees’ Honored Member jacket, a symbol of Canada’s highest sporting honor, after which the inductees will give short remarks.
The Class of 2016 includes:
- Bryan Trottier, seven-time Stanley Cup winner, Ice Hockey
- Sue Holloway, four-time Olympian and the first woman to represent Canada at both the Summer and Winter Olympic Games in the same year, Canoe-Kayak and Cross Country Skiing
- Annie Perreault, three-time Olympian and double Olympic Gold medalist, Speed Skating
- Frank Hayden, creator of the worldwide Special Olympics Movement, Builder
- Stephanie Dixon, 19-time Paralympic medalist and world record holder, Para-swimming
- Colleen Jones, two-time World Champion and youngest skip to ever win a Canadian Women’s Championship, Curling
- Michael “Pinball” Clemons, four-time Grey Cup Champion with the Toronto Argonauts, Football