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Top people from Halifax Regional Municipality: All

Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 Ellen Page (born 1987), Academy Award-nominated actress 9607
2 Sidney Crosby (born 1987), hockey player, Stanley Cup champion, Olympic gold medalist (hockey) 6732
3 Sarah McLachlan (born 1968), singer, songwriter, pianist 4060
4 Scott Storch (born 1973), rap/pop superproducer 2004
5 April Wine (band), formed in 1969 963
6 Leslie Hope (born 1965), actress 775
7 Denny Doherty (1940–2007), singer, songwriter 766
8 Classified (rapper), active since 1995 674
9 Sir Charles Tupper (1821–1915), Prime Minister of Canada 561
10 Buck 65 (born 1972), hip hop artist and MC 532
11 Sloan (band), formed in 1991 519
12 John Paul Tremblay (born 1968), actor and writer 439
13 Oswald Avery (1877–1955), physician and medical researcher 397
14 Alexander Keith (1795–1893), brewmaster, and former mayor of the city of Halifax First Grand Master Mason for Nova Scotia 391
15 Joseph Howe (1804–1873), journalist, politician and public servant 278
16 John Sparrow David Thompson (1845–1894), Prime Minister of Canada 266
17 Michael Jackson (born 1970), actor 251
18 Ruby Keeler (1909–1993), actress, dancer 246
19 Joel Plaskett (born 1974), singer, songwriter 243
20 Murray Langston "AKA The Unknown Comic" (born 1945), actor/comedian 240
21 Mike Clattenburg (born 1968), TV and film director 177
22 Matt Mays (born 1979), singer, songwriter 166
23 Holly Cole (born 1963), singer 149
24 Joey Comeau (born 1980), author and co-creator of the Webcomic, A Softer World 120
25 Erik Demaine (born 1981), computer scientist and professor 120
26 Robert MacNeil (born 1931), former PBS anchorman, journalist 120
27 George Elliott Clarke (born 1960), writer and academic 114
28 Samuel Cunard (1787–1865), steamship line founder 114
29 Kirk Johnson (born 1972), boxer 107
30 Ian Millar (born 1947), show jumper 104
31 Alexa McDonough (born 1944), former Member of Parliament and past leader of the provincial and federal New Democratic Party 97
32 Nikki Payne, comedian 94
33 Colleen Jones (born 1959), curler 85
34 Jenn Grant 71
35 Melanie Doane (born 1967), singer, songwriter 66
36 Tanya Davis 63
37 William Fenwick Williams (1800–1883), British military leader of the Victorian era 61
38 Walter A. Bell (1889–1969), geologist and paleontologist 59
39 Chuck Campbell (born 1969), actor 59
40 Alexander Keith, Jr. (1827-??), American Civil War secret agent and later mass manslaughterer 54
41 George Dixon (1870–1908), boxer 52
42 Charles Peter McColough (1922–2006), former chairman and CEO of the Xerox Corporation 51
43 Gary Beals (born 1982), singer 50
44 Thom Fitzgerald (born 1968), filmmaker 47
45 Mark Farrell (born 1968), comedian, writer, producer 38
46 Joe DiPenta (born 1979), Stanley Cup champion, hockey player 35
47 Ernest Lawson (1873–1939), artist 32
48 Rebekah Higgs 29
49 Wendell Young (born 1963), hockey player 24
50 Ryan MacGrath 24
51 Owen McCarron (1929–2005), cartoonist 20
52 George Steeves (born 1945), contemporary photographer 20
53 William Grant Stairs (1863–1892), Victorian-era explorer 15
54 John Fitzwilliam Stairs (1848–1904), entrepreneur and statesman 11
55 William Machin Stairs (1789–1865), merchant, banker, and statesman 8
56 William Dennis (1922- CEO of Halifax Herald, Red Cross Humanitarian award 7
57 Peter North (born 1957), actor < 5
58 Kirk Logan (1921–1997), fiddler < 5

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