2013 Stars 


Barenaked Ladies  – Jim Creeggan, Kevin Hearn, Ed Robertson, Tyler Stewart – Entertainment

Christine Bentley – Community

Dwayne Morgan – Arts and Culture

Judie Oliver – Sports

Gerry Phillips – Community

Scarborough Historical Society – Lionel Purcell, Richard Schofield – Community

Monika Schnarre – Arts and Culture




2011 Stars 


Peter Appleyard – Entertainment

Dr. Vicki Bismilla – Education

Lawrence Gowan – Entertainment

Jay C. Hope –  Community

Dr. Dhun Noria – Health and Science

Dr. Harold Stein – Health and Science

Ron Watson – Community




2009 Stars


Marilyn Denis – Entertainment

Dwayne De Rosario – Sports

Gordon Deval – Sports

Lois James – Environment

Debra McGrath – Entertainment

Don Montgomery – Community (awarded posthumously)




2008 Stars


Dr. Sheela Basrur – Health and Science

Earl Campbell – Education

Deborah Cox – Entertainment

Ben Heppner – Entertainment

Rick Middleton – Sports

John Wimbs – Community




2007 Stars


James Bamford – Community

Johnny Cowell – Arts and Culture

Dr. Ming-Tat Cheung – Community

Bob Hunter – Environment

Cindy Nicholas – Sports

Anson Taylor – Education




2006 Stars


Dr. Lloyd Carlsen – Health and Science

Dr. R. H. King – Education

Dr. Charles C. Macklin – Science

Jamaal Magloire – Sports

Doris McCarthy – Arts and Culture  *new bio for McCarthy see below

David Onley – Community

Vicky Sunohara – Sports

David Thomson – Pioneer

Wes Williams – Entertainment

Dr. Joseph Y. K. Wong – Community

Lifelong Scarborough resident, Judie Oliver has been a Masters Swimmer since 1975. She has set one or more world records in eight age groups, winning countless Ontario, Canadian, American and World Championships. As one coach put it, “Judie doesn’t just break records, she smashes them.” During her career, Ms. Oliver has held over 27 world records. Currently, in the 80–84 age category, she holds6 world records in 5 different events. Judie has earned more than30 gold or silver medals from Masters World Championships.


In 2010 Judie was inducted into the Masters Swimming Canada Hallof Excellence. She has received the City of North York Mayor’s Medal, the Key to the City of North York, the Ontario Sports Awards Recognition Award, the Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Medal,the Royal Lifesaving Society of Canada Medal and she is a memberof the Scarborough Honour Roll. 


Judie Oliver has dedicated her life to aquatics excellence as a competitor, instructor, mentor, coordinator, meet official and coach. A tireless volunteer, Judie officiated at the 1976 Olympiad for the Physically Disabled (the precursor to the current Para Olympic Games) as well as at the 2000 Special Olympics. During the 1985 Masters Games in Toronto, she served as head of the committee for awards. She’s earned a place on the Swim Ontario Roll of Honour for 30 yearsof service as a swim meet official. 


Currently, the International Swimming Hall of Fame has placedJudie Oliver on the short list for induction.