Removal From The Order Of Canada
Recipients of the Order of Canada can have their honour revoked if the Order's Advisory Council feels that a recipient's actions have brought dishonour to the Order. As of 2010, only four people have been removed from the Order of Canada: Alan Eagleson, David Ahenakew, T. Sher Singh, and Steve Fonyo. Eagleson was removed from the Order after being jailed for fraud in 1998, Ahenakew was removed in 2005 after being convicted of promoting anti-Semitic hatred in 2002, Singh was removed after the revocation of his law licence for professional misconduct, and Fonyo was removed due to numerous criminal convictions. The formal removal process is performed by the Advisory Council of the Order of Canada, though it can be initiated by any citizen of Canada.
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