Donateurs

Des donateurs publics et privés, toujours plus nombreux, ont contribué à faire de l’Institut Périmètre ce qu’il est aujourd’hui : un chef de file mondial de la recherche fondamentale, de la formation scientifique et de la diffusion des connaissances.

Nous n’aurions pu réaliser cela sans leur vision et leur appui.

ENDOWMENT FUND

  • FOUNDER ($150M+)  Mike Lazaridis
  • $25M+  Doug Fregin
  • $10M+  Jim Balsillie

ENDOWED INITIATIVES

  • BMO Financial Group Isaac Newton Chair in Theoretical Physics ($4M)
  • Stavros Niarchos Foundation Aristarchus Chair in Theoretical Physics ($4M)
  • The Peter and Shelagh Godsoe Family Foundation Award for Exceptional Emerging Talent ($1M)

PERIMETER RESEARCH MAJOR GIFTS

  • Mike and Ophelia Lazaridis Niels Bohr Chair in Theoretical Physics ($4M)
  • Gluskin Sheff Freeman Dyson Chair in Theoretical Physics ($2M)
  • John Templeton Foundation - Templeton Frontiers Program at Perimeter Institute ($2M)
  • Krembil Galileo Galilei Chair in Theoretical Physics ($2M)
  • Krembil William Rowan Hamilton Chair in Theoretical Physics ($2M)
  • Clay Riddell Paul Dirac Chair in Theoretical Physics ($1M)
  • Delaney Family John Archibald Wheeler Chair in Theoretical Physics ($500,000)
  • Power Corporation of Canada ($500,000)
  • Cenovus Energy James Clerk Maxwell Chair (Visiting) in Theoretical Physics ($300,000)
  • Daniel Family Richard P. Feynman Chair (Visiting) in Theoretical Physics ($300,000)

CORPORATE AND SPONSORSHIP PARTNERS ($100,000+)

  • BMO Financial Group, Presenting Sponsor, Perimeter Public Lecture Series
  • Maplesoft, Perimeter Educational Outreach Champion
  • RBC Financial Group, Presenting Partner, International Summer School for Young Physicists

AWARDS ($50,000+)

  • The Savvas Chamberlain Family Foundation Anaximandros Fellowship
  • The Joanne Cuthbertson and Charlie Fischer Graduate Student Award
  • The Scott Griffin Foundation Honorary PSI Scholarship Award
  • The Hellenic Heritage Foundation Anaximandros Fellowship
  • The Brad and Kathy Marsland Honorary PSI Scholarship Award
  • The Margaret and Larry Marsland Honorary PSI Scholarship Award

ACCELERATORS CIRCLE ($50,000+)

  • The Cowan Foundation
  • Jon and Lyne Dellandrea
  • Corinne Squire and Neil Turok
  • Mac Van Wielingen, Viewpoint Foundation

DIRECTORS CIRCLE ($10,000-$49,999)

$25,000+

  • Donald and Eleanor Seaman Family Foundation

$10,000+

  • The Boardwalk
  • Harbir and Monica Chhina
  • The Kitchener and Waterloo Community Foundation
  • The Musagetes Fund
  • The John A. Pollock Family Fund
  • Robin and Robert Ogilvie
  • Ildiko and Peter Paulson
  • Robert and Pearl Radnitz
  • The TRH Foundation
  • Alex White

FRIENDS (UP TO $9,999)

$5,000+

  • Andrew and Lillian Bass
  • Jerome Bolce
  • Mary and Ted Brough
  • Mark Caplan and Claire Angus
  • Compugen Inc.
  • J. DesBrisay and M. Cannell
  • Michael Duschenes
  • Dorian Hausman
  • Stephen Lister and Dr. Molly Rundle
  • Renee Schingh and Robert Myers

$2,500+

  • Don Campbell
  • David Cook
  • John Matlock

$1,000+

  • Debbie and Ian Adare
  • Dan and Robin Benson
  • Neil Bresolin
  • Doug Brock
  • Ben and Mona Davies
  • Greg Dick
  • Edward Goldenberg
  • Michael Horgan
  • Frederick Knittel
  • Carol A. Lee
  • Doug Powrie and Sandra Herd
  • Stefan and Shani Pregelj
  • W. Michael Roche
  • David Tovell
  • Jiecheng Zhang

$250 to $999

  • John Attwell
  • Michael Birch
  • Matt Douglas
  • Chris and Chryssa Geddes
  • Jane G. Hill
  • Stephanie, Robert, and Aaron Hilson
  • Colin Hunter
  • Sheri and David Keffer
  • Ed Kernaghan
  • Robert G. Lake
  • Mario Lourenco
  • George Meierhofer
  • Neil Steven Rieck
  • Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada (TMMC)
  • Kim Tremblay
  • Dale Vaillancourt
  • Jacqueline Watty
  • Natasha Waxman
  • Gerry Wisnoski

...plus 3 anonymous Friends donors

EMMY NOETHER CIRCLE

Emmy Noether was a brilliant scientist whose work underpins much of modern physics. Perimeter's Emmy Noether Initiatives - funded by Emmy Noether Circle donors - support and encourage women in science. 

FOUNDING DONOR ($105,000)

  • The Bluma Appel Community Trust

$25,000+

  • Anne-Marie Canning
  • Linamar Corporation
  • Dr. Scott and Sherry Vanstone

$10,000+

  • Burgundy Asset Management Ltd.
  • Patrice E. Merrin

$5,000+

  • Jennifer Scully-Lerner

$2,500+

  • Maria Antonakos and Harald Stover
  • Heather and John Clark

$1,000+

  • Andrea Grimm
  • Beth S. Horowitz
  • Lisa Lyons Johnston
  • Vicki Saunders
  • Steven and Suzan Wilson - Rebel Homes Inc.

$250 to $999

  • Chelsea and Keegan Arnott
  • Alexandra Brown
  • KPMG Management Services LP

GIFTS OF CELEBRATION, HONOUR AND MEMORY

  • Carolyn Crowe Ibele, in memory of Dr. Richard A. Crowe
  • Simon Haysom, in memory of Elsie Haysom

IN-KIND SUPPORT

  • Shaw Communications
  • Steinway Piano Gallery Toronto

This list reflects gifts received between August 1, 2016 and October 23, 2017, and multi-year commitments of $50,000 and more. 

To download the most recent PDF copy of the Donor List, please click here.

PUBLIC PARTNERS:

Government of Canada

  • $25 million grant through NSERC (2002)
  • $5.6 million grant from the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) (2002)
  • $1.7 million grant from CFI Infrastructure Operations Fund (CFI-IOF) (2004)
  • $59,900 grant from PromoScience for ISSYP program (2005)
  • $50,700 grant from PromoScience for EinsteinPlus program (2006)
  • $50 million commitment from Government of Canada (2007)
  • $10 million commitment from Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) for research facility expansion (2009)
  • $50 million commitment from Government of Canada (2011)

Government of Ontario

  • $15 million grant through Ministry of Economic Development and Trade (2002)
  • $5.95 million grant from the Ontario Research and Development Challenge Fund (ORDCF), shared equally with the Institute for Quantum Computing (2002)
  • $5.6 million grant from the Ontario Innovation Trust (OIT) (2002)
  • $20,000 for 2003 Summer Institute (2003)
  • $150,000 grant through Ministry of Economic Development and Trade for outreach programming (2005)
  • $120,000 grant from the provincially administered Research Performance Fund (RPF) (2005)
  • $50 million commitment through Ministry of Research and Innovation (2006)
  • $10 million commitment from Ministry of Research and Innovation for research facility expansion (2009)
  • $50 million renewal from Ministry of Research and Innovation (2011)

« L’Institut Périmètre redéfinit la philanthropie comme investissement stratégique à long terme. » [traduction]

Mike Lazaridis, fondateur et président du conseil d’administration de l’Institut Périmètre