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‘Indian Horse’ Actor Stripped of Prestigious Order of Canada

  • Johnny Issaluk terminated from country’s second-highest honor
  • Issaluk apologized in 2020 after sexual misconduct accusations
Johnny Issaluk

Johnny Issaluk

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Johnny Issaluk, an athlete and actor known for his roles in Clint Eastwood’s “Indian Horse” and AMC’s “The Terror,” has been stripped of Canada’s second-highest civilian honor.

Governor General Mary Simon took the rare step of terminating Issaluk’s appointment to the Order of Canada, according to a Saturday regulatory filing. No reason was given for the decision, which the filing said was made Aug. 31.