Hometown: London, Ontario
Sport: Ice Dance
Tessa Virtue and life-long ice dance partner Scott Moir leave PyeongChang as double gold medallists—they landed on top of the podium at both the team figure skating and individual ice dance events. With a total of five Olympic medals to their name, they also leave these games the most decorated figure skaters ever.
Hometown: Montreal, Quebec
Sport: Freestyle skiing - moguls
Justine Dufour-Lapointe was the first Canadian woman to earn a medal at these games. The youngest of three skiing sisters, her second-place finish also happens to be her second Olympic medal: she won gold at her first winter games in Sochi.
Hometown: Sherbrooke, Quebec
Sport: Short track speed skating
Medal: Silver and two bronze
Speed-skater Kim Boutin made a splash with her Olympic debut, winning three medals. Her awe-inspiring success made her the clear choice to be the flag bearer at the closing ceremonies.