Adam Elliot (missionary) Adam Elliot, (baptised 19 December 1802, – died 4 June 1878), was a 19th-century missionary for the Church of England in Canada.
Albert Lacombe Albert Lacombe (28 February 1827 – 12 December 1916), commonly known in Alberta simply as Father Lacombe, was a French-Canadian Roman Catholic missionary who lived among and evangelized th...
Alexandre-Antonin Taché Alexandre-Antonin Taché, O.M.I., (23 July 1823 – 22 June 1894) was a Canadian Roman Catholic priest, missionary of the Oblate order, author and the first Archbishop of Saint Boniface in th...
Antoine Daniel Antoine Daniel (May 27, 1601 – July 4, 1648) was a Jesuit missionary at Sainte-Marie among the Hurons, and one of the eight Canadian Martyrs.
Guillaume Bailly Guillaume Bailly (died 1696) was a Sulpician missionary to Canada from 1666 to 1691.
Heman C. Smith Heman Conomon Smith (September 27, 1850 – April 17, 1919) was a leader in and official historian of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (RLDS Church, now the Community of...
Henri Faraud Henri Faraud, (17 June 1823 – 26 September 1890), a bishop of the Roman Catholic Church, was the first Vicar Apostolic of Athabasca-Mackenzie in western Canada.
Henry Budd Henry Budd (circa 1812 – April 2, 1875), the first Native American ordained an Anglican priest, spent his career ministering to First Nations people.
Ignaz Trebitsch-Lincoln Ignatius Timothy Trebitsch-Lincoln (Trebitsch-Lincoln Ignác, Ignaz Thimoteus Trebitzsch; 4 April 1879 - 4 October 1943) was a Hungarian adventurer and convicted con artist.
Isaac Jogues St. Isaac Jogues, S.J. (January 10, 1607 – October 18, 1646) was a Jesuit priest, missionary and martyr who traveled and worked among the native populations in North America.
Jacques Bruyas Jacques Bruyas (13 July 1635 – 15 June 1712) was born in Lyon, France and entered the Jesuits as a novice in 1651.
Jacques Buteux Jacques Buteux (11 April 1600 – 10 May 1652) was a French-born Jesuit who became a missionary in Canada.
Jacques de Lamberville Jacques de Lamberville (1641 – 18 April 1710?) was a Jesuit missionary and the younger brother of Jean de Lamberville, also a missionary.
Jacques Gravier Jacques Gravier (17 May 1651 – 17 April 1708) was a French Jesuit missionary in the New World.
Jean-Claude-Léonard Baveux Jean-Claude-Léonard Baveux (6 November 1796 – 21 November 1865) was a Sulpician priest and a member of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate ministry.
Jean-Marie-Raphaël Le Jeune Jean-Marie-Raphaël Le Jeune (born Jean-Marie, 12 April 1855 – 21 November 1930) was a Canadian Roman Catholic priest, linguist, author, and newspaper publisher.
Jean-Nicolas Laverlochère Jean-Nicolas Laverlochère (December 6, 1812, St. Georges d'Espérance, Grenoble, France – October 4, 1884, Témiscaming, Quebec) was a French missionary in Canada.
Jean-Pierre Aulneau Father Jean-Pierre Aulneau de la Touche, S.J. was a Jesuit missionary priest who was briefly active in New France and killed before he could take part in his first major assignment which was to ...
Jens Haven Jens Haven (June 23, 1724, Vust, Denmark – April 16, 1796, Herrnhut, Saxony) was a Moravian missionary and the prime mover behind the founding of the Moravian missions in Labrador.
John Fordyce John Fordyce (died 1751) was a Church of England priest who was ordained in Pembrokeshire, Wales.
Joseph Le Caron Joseph Le Caron, O.M.R., was one of the four pioneer missionaries of Canada,, and was the first missionary to the Hurons.
Jérôme Lalemant Jérôme Lalemant was a French Jesuit priest who came to Canada in 1638.
Laurence Coughlan Laurence Coughlan was an Irish-born itinerant preacher who was active in Newfoundland during the period 1766–1773.
Louis André (Jesuit) Louis André (28 May 1631 – 19 September 1715) was a French born Jesuit priest and missionary who came to New France in 1669.
Louis André (priest) Louis André (28 May 1631 – 19 September 1715) was a French born Jesuit priest and missionary who came to New France in 1669.
Louis Babel Louis Babel (23 June 1826 – 1 March 1912) was an Oblate priest who might be considered multi-faceted in his career.
Louis-François Richer Laflèche Louis-François Laflèche, (September 4, 1818 – July 14, 1898), was a Catholic bishop of the diocese of Trois-Rivières, in the province of Quebec, Canada.
Lucy Margaret Baker Lucy Baker (1836 – 30 May 1909) was a teacher who became involved in teaching and missionary work the region of present day Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.
Marie Guyart Marie Guyart, known latterly as Marie de l'Incarnation,, was an Ursuline nun who was the religious foundress of the Ursuline order in New France.
Marie of the Incarnation (Ursuline) The Blessed Marie of the Incarnation, O.S.U., was an Ursuline nun who was the leader of the group of nuns sent to establish the Ursuline Order in New France, which founded the oldest educational...
Michel Barthélemy Michel Barthélemy (1638 – 11 April 1706) was born in France, became a Sulpician priest and came to New France in 1665.
René de Bréhant de Galinée René Bréhant de Galinée was a member of the Society of Saint-Sulpice (Sulpician Order) at Montreal and an explorer and missionary to the Native Americans.
René Goupil René Goupil, S.J. (15 May 1608 – 29 September 1642), was a French Jesuit lay missionary, who became a lay brother of the Society of Jesus shortly before his death.
René-Charles de Breslay René-Charles de Breslay (June 1658 – 4 December 1735) was born and educated in France where he spent a number of years as “gentleman in waiting of the privy chamber of the king”.
Robert B. Thompson Robert Blashel Thompson (October 1, 1811 – August 27, 1841) was an associate of Joseph Smith, Jr., a Danite and leader in the Latter Day Saint movement, and an official historian of the Church o...
Robert Cunningham (entrepreneur) Robert Cunningham was a British-Canadian lay missionary turned entrepreneur who founded the town of Port Essington, British Columbia.
Robert Machray Robert Machray (May 17, 1831 - March 9, 1904) was an Anglican bishop and missionary and the first Primate of the Church of England in Canada (now called the Anglican Church of Canada).
Robert McDonald (missionary) Robert McDonald (November 7, 1829 – August 20, 1913) was an Anglican missionary among First Nation peoples, particularly in the northwest Arctic.
Robert Terrill Rundle Robert Terrill Rundle was a Cornish Wesleyan Methodist missionary from Cornwall, UK. His most noteworthy activities relate to his missionary work in Western Canada between 1840 and 1848.
Robert Tomlinson Robert Tomlinson (1842–1913) was an Irish Anglican medical missionary, known for his work with the indigenous peoples of British Columbia.
Simon Le Moyne Father Simon Le Moyne, S.J. was a Jesuit priest in Lower Canada who was involved in the mission to the Hurons.
Thierry Beschefer Thierry Beschefer, sometimes given as "Theodore", (Châlons-en-Champagne 25 March 1630 – Reims 4 February 1711), was a Jesuit missionary and became the superior of the Canadian mission.
Thomas Crosby The Rev. Thomas Crosby (21 June 1840 – 13 January 1914) was an English Methodist missionary known for his work among the First Nations people of coastal British Columbia, Canada.
Umik Umik (alternately Uming) was an Inuit angakkuq (shaman) who proclaimed himself a Christian evangelist and began to preach to the Igloolik Inuit in the 1920s.
Vital-Justin Grandin Father Vital-Justin Grandin (8 February 1829 – 3 June 1902) was a Roman Catholic priest and bishop who served the Church in the western parts of what is now Canada both before and after Con...
William Henry Collison William Henry Collison (1847-1922), also known as W. H. Collison, was an Anglican missionary among First Nations people in coastal British Columbia, Canada.
William Henry Pierce William Henry Pierce (1856-1948), also known as W. H. Pierce, was a Canadian First Nations missionary for the Methodist church and a member of the Tsimshian nation in northwestern British Columbia.
Émile Grouard Émile Jean-Baptiste Marie Grouard was born at Brulon, France February 2, 1840 and died in Grouard, Alberta on March 7, 1931.
Émile Petitot Father Émile-Fortuné Petitot (also known as Émile-Fortuné-Stanislas-Joseph Petitot) (Inuk name, Mitchi Pitchitork Tchikraynarm iyoyé, meaning "Mr. Petitot, son of the Sun") (Dece...
Énemond Massé Énemond Massé was a French Jesuit missionary, one of the first Jesuits sent to New France.
Étienne de Carheil Étienne de Carheil (20 November 1633 – 27 July 1726) was a French Jesuit priest who became a missionary to the Iroquois and Huron Indians in the New World.