Alain Bergeron (born February 11, 1950) is a Québécois science fiction author and political scientist.
Alfred Perry was a prominent Montrealer and fire marshal who, with a group of Protestant clergy and Montréal citizens, founded the Douglas Hospital (originally named the “Protestant Hospital for the Insane.") in Montreal, Quebec, Canada on July 19, 1881 .
Alphonse-Marie Parent, CC (April 2, 1906 – October 7, 1970) was a Canadian priest, educator and academic administrator. He is best known for having given his name to the Parent Report on the reform of Quebec's education system.
André Duval (born 1920) is a French-Canadian author and historian. He is a regular contributor to Revue Sainte Anne, a Catholic magazine.
Anne Joseph Hippolyte de Maurès, Comte de Malartic (3 July 1730, Montauban - 28 July 1800, Port-Louis, Mauritius) was a French colonial governor and general, notable for his service in Canada and Mauritius. The Canadian town of Malartic is named after him.
Antonin Nantel (17 September 1839 – 30 July 1929) was a Canadian Roman Catholic priest, teacher, school administrator, and author.
Arlette Cousture, OC CQ (born April 3, 1948) is a Canadian writer.
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