Robert Brandenberger, McGill University,
for his pioneering contributions in the area of theoretical cosmology especially the interplay of particle physics and cosmology.
Ervin Podgorsak, McGill University Health Centre,
for his outstanding service to Canadian Physics reflected, in particular, by his leadership in developing and enhancing the Medical Physics profession at the national and international level. Known for his kindness and hospitality, he has served his community with wisdom, enthusiasm and integrity.
Wayne Hocking, University of Western Ontario,
for his outstanding achievements. Not only has he made significant advances in the science of radar studies of the atmosphere but he has also transformed these into commercial products that have won wide international acceptance.
Bruce D. Gaulin, McMaster University,
for his internationally recognized contributions to the field of collective phenomena in magnetic, superconducting and structural systems using X-ray and neutron scattering techniques.
Joanne O'Meara, University of Guelph,
for her outstanding and innovative work in the classroom, impressive range of engagement in physics education research, and her broad reaching impact beyond the walls of her own classes, from the primary school level on up to the development of a national university-level physics curriculum.
Alexandre Blais, Université de Sherbrooke,
for his outstanding contributions to the field of quantum information processing particularly the concept of superconducting qubits based on circuit quantum electrodynamics.
See L. Chin, Université Laval,
for his outstanding contributions to ultrafast intense laser science.
David Sinclair, Carleton University and TRIUMF,
for his exceptional vision and contributions to the study of neutrino physics in the pioneering SNO experiment, and for exemplary leadership in establishing the SNOLab facility.