Find out how this U of T Cinema Studies grad became a film critic for CBC Radio and an advocate for the representation of Indigenous people.
Margaret McCain likes people to call her Margie, but thousands of Canadians call her something else - a champion of children.
Mark Rowswell, a.k.a. Dashan, might be the most famous foreigner in China. His fluent Mandarin used to surprise - no longer.
Mark Slade says U of T is like an ocean. "If you swim, it will provide as many opportunities as you could want to build a global view."
Soprano Measha Brueggergosman quickly became an international star in opera, classical and contemporary music.
Michael Ondaatje would probably growl at you if you called him a literary lion. But he would have a hard time denying it.
Wilson became U of T’s 33rd Chancellor on July 1, 2012, succeeding David Peterson. He had also served as Chancellor of Trinity College from 2003 until 2006. Michael Wilson is a respected public servant and businessman, but he may be most admired for shining a light on mental illness.
Hard work, skill and perseverance have all played their part in Mike Wilner’s success as a member of the Toronto Blue Jays baseball broadcast team.
Morgan Wyatt and Jackson Wyatt
Lots of people have interesting ideas, said Morgan Wyatt, but entrepreneurs are those individuals who act on them.
From Moneyball to Life of Pi, Mychael Danna has put his composing talents to evocative use in a wide array of acclaimed films.
A sense of wonder, plus intellectual excellence, has driven people to call Natalie Panek the Roberta Bondar of her generation.
On the world stage, Dr. Norman Bethune is one of Canada’s most famous, best known for his medical work in China in the 1930s.
Norman Jewison directed variety shows at U of T in the late 1940s, spawning a career as one of the greatest filmmakers in history.
After spending years in far-flung locales such as Saudi Arabia, radio journalist Pacinthe Mattar is exploring Canadian concerns.
When eighteen-year-old Patrick Fung arrived at U of T in 1967, the warmth of the Canadian people helped him settle in.
When Paul Martin addressed the class of 2011 at Convocation, he joked about the time he lost his case at moot court in law school.
Preet Banerjee’s route from UTSC neuroscience student to TV finance personality took a detour through Bridgestone Racing Academy.